USE ONLY THE ORIGINAL PATENTED BEAVERCONE!
BEWARE OF CHEAP BOLT TOGETHER KNOCK-OFFS!
- No More Beaver Problems!
- Installed properly it is almost impossible for a beaver to plug this device, no ice ups.
- If a cone ever gets damaged it is easily repaired on site.
- Cut out damaged bars and weld in new.
- If a road is shut down it only takes 15 minutes to remove the cone.
- The cones stack together, cones lift for cleaning.
- There is no other culvert device on the market that can make these claims.
- On smaller sizes, we recommend a perforated inner liner pipe as shown under product pictures.
PROPER INSTALLATION OF ALL SMALLER CONES:
Excavate a small hole in front of the culvert.
One length of perforated steel or hard plastic pipe (holes down) inserted through the cone and about one foot into the culvert to hold the 6” pipe level with the water, push a piece of 2 x 4 wood through the cone bars at the culvert over the 6” pipe.
In remote areas we recommend this on all cones and put in a larger perforated pipe to fit the cone.
THIS IS A PATENTED SYSTEM
Canadian Patent # 2 518 572
U.S. Patent # US 7,441,989 B2
The Beavercone becomes a life preserver if someone (especially a child) falls into fast moving water.
CONE IT FIRST! “It is better to have and not need than to need and not have”
This railway had been flooded out for the last few years and was taken over by short haul operator Mobil Grain from Regina Sask. The rail runs from Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan to Churchill, Manitoba to haul grain and serve many native communities along the route. They chose the Beavercone to protect their culverts from being plugged by beavers. The above delivery was made at the end of November 2018.
Installation as follows:
The cones will be installed this winter, ice will be removed in front of the culverts and they will be cleaned and an excavation will be done in front of the culverts and the cones will be installed. Inner pipes will be installed on the smaller cones after ice out in the spring.