Sediment Filter Bags
Dewatering Bags are a small and economical solution for any site dealing with storm water runoff, dewatering, or filtration. Easy to install, use, and empty, these bags help remove sediment so that flows from your site remain clear and free from debris. Bags have been effectively used on construction sites, dredging locations, ponds, or in other areas dealing with polluted water.
Silt bags are constructed from an eight ounce (8 oz.) or ten ounce (10 oz.) non-woven filter fabric that effectively removes items as water filters through the material. Each bag features a single port that can accommodate hoses up to 4" in diameter. View Sizing Information for options on bag size, capacity and more.
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- Material: Non-Woven Geotextile (8 oz. or 10 oz.)
- Inlet: Accommodates Pipes or Hoses up to 4 inches
- Standard and Custom Sizes Available
- Quick and Easy Set Up
- Cost Effective
- Reliable Filtration for Storm Water Runoff
- Folds up for Shipping and Storage
- Small and Easy to Handle
- Effectively Contains Sediment and Silt
Typical Erosion Control Applications:
- Site Dewatering
- Pumping in Trenches
- Sediment Removal in Small Ponds
- Dewatering on Municipalities or Power Plants
- Construction Site Runoff Filtration
Have a large dewatering or sludge removal project? Need extra containment in your bags? Check out the Dewatering Geotextile Tube. Larger in size and capacity, these tubes are able to store significant amounts of material in a single storage container.
Non Woven Filter Fabric
|Filter Properties*||Capacity Guide**
|6' x 6'||8 oz.||80 gpm/sq.ft.||1.44|
|6' x 6'||10 oz.||60 gpm/sq.ft.||1.44|
|15' x 10'||8 oz.||80 gpm/sq.ft.||6|
|15' x 10'||10 oz.||60 gpm/sq.ft.||6|
|15' x 15'||8 oz.||80 gpm/sq.ft.||9.6|
|15' x 15'||10 oz.||60 gpm/sq.ft.||9.6|
|15' x 20'||8 oz.||80 gpm/sq.ft.||12|
|15' x 20'||10 oz.||60 gpm/sq.ft.||12|
|15' x 25'||8 oz.||80 gpm/sq.ft.||15|
|15' x 25'||10 oz.||60 gpm/sq.ft.||15|
**Capacity is estimated only and is intended as a guide to users. Volume per bag is dependant on soil composition,
Dewatering Bag Disposal
Standard procedure for disposing of dewatering bags involves a process of cutting open the bag and remove/disposing of the sediment. If soil contents are contaminated or should not be disposed of in the area, bags can also be placed in dump trucks, box trucks or dumpsters for easiest transportation to a disposal site.