6x6 Dewatering Bags
Dewatering Filter Bags
Designed for effectiveness and reliability, all dewatering bags are constructed from a nonwoven filter fabric that works to contain silt and sediment while allowing for water to flow through your bag. This provides an easy way to filter, remove, and dispose of silt from your site.
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Dewatering Bags Specifications
One of our smallest dewatering bag options is a 6 ft. by 6 ft. sized bag made from 8 oz nonwoven fabric. These smaller bags are extremely economical and are perfect for small dewatering or silt removal jobs.
Product: 6' x 6' Dewatering Bag, 8 oz.Buy Online Now
Description: The 6' x 6' dewatering bag is designed as a dewatering filter fabric used to help filter our silt, sediment, and other materials. Bags feature a single fill port that is 6" in size.
|Dimensions||6' x 6'|
|Material||8 oz. Nonwoven|
|Fill Port||(1) 6" Fill Port|
In addition to the 6 ft. x 6 ft. bag, we also offer dewatering bags in several larger sizes including the following standard sizes:
- 15 ft. x 10 ft.
- 15 ft. x 15 ft.
- 15 ft. x 20 ft.
- 15 ft. x 25 ft.
Each bag can be additionally made in either an 8 oz. or 10 oz. nonwoven geotextile filter fabric, depending on your site requirements. To view our complete range of dewatering filter products, please check out our Dewatering Bags Page.
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To place an order for one or more of these 6x6 dewatering bags, please feel free to contact us through any of the following methods:
Dewatering projects can range anywhere from small pond silt removal to large sludge removal. In order to accommodate this wide range of dewatering jobs, products are available in both small-size filter fabric bags a large dewatering tubes.
Often equipped for larger project requirements, the Dewatering Tubes will be built slightly larger in size and feature a woven geotextile fabric. More information on both of these items can be found on our Dewatering Overview Page.