Dewatering Bags and Silt Filtration Products
Sediment, Silt, and Sludge Dewatering Filter Bags
Buy Taurus dewatering bag and dewatering products direct from the manufacturer! With Taurus dewatering filter bags, pipe socks, and sludge tubes, we save you money and you get an easy solution that works for filtering site discharge, wastewater, and runoff. Taurus dewatering products have a long field use life versus others that aren't as rugged and need frequent replacement.
Most Taurus dewatering products are made from needle punched, nonwoven geotextile fabric. We manufacture both small and large filtration models, and can accommodate custom requests for our dewatering products. Common uses for dewatering products include: construction sites, wastewater treatment plants, and job sites to control the amount of sediment or pollution leaving the site. Taurus dewatering socks, tubes, and bags are Stormwater BMPs and will help your site stay in compliance with local and federal stormwater regulations.
Dewatering products also offer an easy solution to filter non-stormwater that must be removed from job sites such as ground water, water from cofferdams, water diversions, and water used during construction. Ask for Taurus Dewatering Filter Bags, Dewatering Socks, and Dewatering Tubes for your water filtration needs.
Are you a Florida builder or contractor? Read through our Florida Dewatering page.
Dewatering and Filtration Options
Taurus Dewatering Bags: Dewatering and Sediment Filter Bags are the most common option for removing unwanted materials from discharge or stormwater runoff. These types of Silt Filter Bags are smaller in size, making them ideal for dumpsters, drop boxes, or other small dewatering areas.
Concerned about copper? Read about how to use Dewatering Bags to Remove Copper. One customer found that their dredge job was made easier using the Taurus Dewatering Bags. Read about Dredging with Dewatering Bags for a golf course in Nevada. Sediment Filter Bags are often needed for areas dealing with significant amounts of sludge. Get more information about Sludge Dewatering Bags.
Learn about Dewatering Bag Filtration Levels. You can also view specific dewatering products by visiting:
- 6 x 6 Dewatering Bags
- 10 x 15 Inch Silt Filter Bags
- 15 x 10 Dewatering Bag
- 15 x 25 Dewatering Bag For Pumping a Pond
- Dewatering Bag 15 x 15
- Dewatering for Septage
- Dewatering Bags to Remove Copper
- Dewatering Bag Specifications
Dewatering Filter Sock: The Dewatering Sock is designed as a quick and easy alternative to large dewatering bags or filters. Simply place the sock at the end of a discharge hose or pipe and allow the sock to filter materials. Sizes include 8", 12", and 16" diameters.
Geotextile Dewatering Tube: For demanding jobs, the Geotextile Dewatering Tube is one of the most reliable options available and is made from an extra strong fabric that accommodates larger sediment requirements, higher flows, and more demanding products. Dewatering Tubes can also help to remove and dewater material from a pond.
Breakwater Geotube: The breakwater tube uses the technology of the dewatering bag and installs it along shores for bank support. This bag will allow water to flow back and forth out of the bag while also retaining sediment for extra shore support. Tubes can be used along the shore for erosion control or further out to act as breakwater device.
Dewatering Products Applications
- Power Plants
- Hydro Excavation
- Water Treatment
- Sludge from Oil Drilling*
- Sludge Removal
*If used for filtering oil, use an absorbent also as part of your dewatering process.
Dewatering Bags vs. Dewatering Tubes Differences
The main difference between Dewatering Filter Bags and Dewatering Tubes is the size and construction. Dewatering Bags are a small storage option and are typically designed for areas with limited space or small Sediment Bags for Filtering Ponds. By contrast, dewatering tubes will be significantly larger in size and are typically used for wastewater projects such as lagoon dewatering or sludge removal.
Dewatering Products Geotextile Fabric Differences
While all Taurus dewatering products are constructed from a filter fabric, larger tubes will typically require a higher strength material to accommodate larger amounts of sediment disposal. For this reason, dewatering bags will typically use a nonwoven fabric, while dewatering tubes will use a woven monofilament.
Both dewatering products have helped companies avoid shut downs or fines. Products can help remove sediment/organics from pumped water and reduce TSS levels from a runoff flow. See other Dewatering Filter Bags.
Other Geotextile Tube Uses
In recent years, geotextile tubes have been developed and implemented along storm prone coastlines. These tubes act as a form of shoreline stabilization or breakwater tube, giving added support to shores constantly hit with waves andwinds. Learn more about Sludge Dewatering Tubes.
This erosion control measure helps to protect real estate and natural resources in the area. Call about our in-stock and custom BMP products and sediment bags. Dewatering products and stormwater BMPs are in stock and ready to ship!
Sediment Control BMPs
Effective Stormwater Management often involves a combination of products, BMPs, and devices to accommodate various drains, projects, or work. For this reason, GEI Works offers several additional Best Management Practices (BMPs) including drain guards, inlet logs, gravel bags, silt fencing, and filter socks. Please check out our variety below for more information on these materials:
For protection on construction sites, we also offer a wide variety of BMPs including geotextile gravel bags, Drain Guards, catch basin inserts, and more.
View all Construction Site BMPs.
When looking for sediment control, many customers enjoy our coir products including construction BMPs, coir wattles, geotubes, coir mats, and more.
View all Erosion Sediment Control Products.
You can also learn more about the importance of dewatering and proper stormwater pollution control by checking out our pages on Ash Ponds and Watershed Protection. Read here about a customer who asked about a dewatering bag project in Canada, dewatering bags to dewater sludge in a mine.
Read the following blog posts for more information.
Also, you can read Dewatering Products Can Keep Your Project Free of Costly Fines.