Dewatering Bags and Filter Socks
Silt and Sediment Filtration with Dewatering Products
Dewatering bags, socks are designed to provide an economical solution to dewatering and sludge removal processes. They are often used on construction sites, lagoons, waste water treatment plants, power plants and dredging locations. Dewatering products provide a quick way to remove sediment, sand, sludge, and other dredging materials.
Dewatering bags, also known as the silt bags or sediment filter bags, are smaller dewatering options made from nonwoven materials. A geotextile bag is available in sizes ranging from 6' x 6' to 15' x 25.'
- Nonwoven Geotextile Fabric (typically 8 or 10 oz.)
- Available Fitting for a Discharge Port
- Ideal for Construction Site Runoff or Small Dewatering Projects
Dewatering Filter Socks
- Nonwoven Geotextile Fabric
- Fits on the Ends of Pipes and Hoses
- Smaller and narrower Size
Dewatering products have also been used by companies as a way to successfully stay in compliance with clean water regulations such as NPDES Phase II and the Clean Water Act. A dewatering bag is an excellent way to filter out sediment and allow a clean water flow from your site.
Dewatering Products Placement
Placement of dewatering bags varies based on application, available space, and specifications on your site. In general, these materials have been placed in some of the following locations:
- On the Ground - This is a great option for either the dewatering sludge bag or the dewatering bag. Runoff from bags should be directed to the nearest inlet.
- Along Shores - Dewatering products are often placed along shorelines to act as a breakwater structure and protect against erosion.
- Drop Boxes or Dump Trucks - Smaller dewatering products can be placed in these containers for dewatering, transportation and disposal.