Sediment & Silt Filter Bags
Taurus Dewatering Bags are a water filtration product designed to filter out sediment, silt and debris from storm water runoff, ponds, and ditches. Manufactured with high-level filtration fabrics, these bags have been frequently used on construction sites and dredging areas to contain and filter silt. Dewatering bags are designed in sizes that can hold anywhere from 1 to 15 cubic yards of materials.
- Geotextile Filter Fabric
- Intake Accommodates Hoses up to 4"
- Custom & Standard Sizing
- Fits Dump Trucks, Trailers and Transport Vehicles
Dewatering Filter Bags
The dewatering filter bag is an economical filtration product most commonly used for storm water runoff, dredging, and construction site filtering. Filter fabrics used on the bags allow for sediment and silt to settle inside of the bag, while clear water drains out of the bag's needle punched pores. This has helped clear out settling ponds and contain silt during dredging operations.
Filter Bag Applications
- Construction Site Dewatering
- Dumpster Dewatering
- Silt Filtration
- Stormwater Runoff Dewatering
- Small Sludge Dewatering
Dewatering Bag Specifications
|Specifications||Dewatering Bags Specifications|
|Standard Fabric Options||8 oz. or 10 oz. Geotextile Filter Fabric|
|Typical Sizing||6' x 6'
15' x 10'
15' x 15'
15' x 20'
15' x 25'
|Hoses||Accommodates Hoses up to 4"
(Large Sizing Also Available On Request)
Each Dewatering Filter Bag features one intake that can accommodate hoses up to 4". For larger intake or custom sized bag, please do not hesitate to contact us with your requirements.
Silt & Sediment Filter Bags
The silt and sediment dewatering filter bags are a manufactured filtration product designed to help with the retention of debris and contaminants in multiple water collection sites. Bags have been used for both large and small jobs to help keep runoff clean and filter materials from your site. These products are often used as part of a Best Management Plan (BMP) to keep runoff clean and meet NPDES clean water requirements.
As part of a site dewatering plan, filter bags are often placed in dump trucks and transport vehicles while sediment is being retained. Once complete, trucks can be drained of clean, excess water and sediment-filled bags can be moved to dump locations.
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