Taurus Filter Sock
Dewatering Socks that Fit Directly on Pipes & Hoses
The Taurus Filter Sock, also known as a dewatering sock or pipe sock, is a flexible, low cost way to filter runoff and discharge from a construction site. Designed to easily connect to the end of a pipe or hose, these socks create an easy way for runoff to filter and leave your site. Taurus silt socks are made from an 8 oz. nonwoven filter fabric that provides filtration for discharge items that are six, eight, twelve or sixteen inches (6", 8", 12" or 16") in size.
- Dia. Sizes: 6", 8", 12", or 16"
- Standard Length: 60"
- Model Options: Silt Only
- Fits Various Pipe and Hose Sizes
Dewatering Socks Installation: One of the largest advantages to dewatering socks is their quick and easy installation to end of a pipe or hose. When the sock arrives to your location, it will be completely open on both ends. The first step to installing the sock is securing/tying one end. This is usually done with a zip tie to create a tight and closed off end. Once this is complete, the open end can then be attached to the hose or pipe via a securing clamp.
- Runoff Filtration
- End Pipe Filtration
- Sediment Removal
- Silt Removal
- Construction Site Filtration
- Stormwater Runoff Filtering
Filter Sock Typical Specifications
|Specifications||Filter Sock Specifications|
|Standard Fabric Options||8 oz. or 10 oz. Geotextile Filter Fabric|
|Model Options||Sediment Only Models|
(Large Sizing Also Available On Request)
Economical Dewatering Solutions
When site dewatering or filtration is a requirement, machinery and equipment can be high in cost and difficult to operation. Though our Dewatering and Filtration Product Line, GEI Works provides an economical alternative that is easy to use, fast to set up and low in cost. In addition to pipe socks, Solhutec, a division of GEI Works also offers the following items:
- Sediment Only Dewatering Bags
- Large Dewatering Tubes
- Pipe Socks
- Storm Drain Inserts
See all our Taurus Dewatering & Filtration Products.