Sediment Filter Bag
Dewatering Bag for Construction Site
Hello. I am looking for a dewatering sediment filter bag that I can use to help filterout some of the materials on my site. Do you have these types of bags?
Thank you for contacting us! We do offer several different sized Dewatering Bags that I can be used to filter out materials such as soils, sediment, and several other site requirements.These bags have often been used to filter out small lakes and ponds, Buy Online Now!allowing only clean water to leave or be removed from the site.
The dewatering bag is created from a non woven geotextile material. This needle-punched fabric offers high permittivity, while still remaining secure enough to retain fine soils. Bags come in either an eight or ten ounce (8 or 10 oz) fabric depending on the strength needed for filtering and sediment removal on your site.
Sizes for these bags include:
- 6' x 6': Capacity of 1.44 cubic yards/bag
- 15' x 10': Capacity of 6 cubic yards/bag
- 15' x 15': Capacity of 9.6 cubic yards/bag
- 15' x 20': Capacity of 12 cubic yards/bag
- 15' x 25': Capacity of 15 cubic yards/bag
- Custom sizes available on request.
Questions? We can help! Call our team at +1-772-646-0597 or submit a form.
As a filtering material, bags contain a different filtering rate depending on the size fabric that is being used. The 8 oz. fabric typically offers a filtering of 80 gpm per square foot. The 10 oz. fabric offers 60 gpm per square foot.
Choosing a Dewatering Bag
Choosing a the right dewatering bag for your location can depend on several different factors including:
- Volume of Water being Pumped
- Type of Sediment you need Retain
- How much Sediment needs to be Retained
- Permittivity of your Bag
These sediment filter bags are typically placed in level locations so prevent the bag from sliding or moving during a filtering process. Depending on the size of your bag, they may also be placed in containment units such as a 20 foot drop box, a dump truck or other similar items. If placed on a ground location, runoff from these tanks should be guided to the nearest inlet.
When using these bags, dewatering units are typically hooked up to an available discharge hose. Each bag can typically handle a discharge hose that measures either two, three or four inches.
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