Filter Sock for Pipes and Hoses

Easy to Use: Dewatering Socks Filter Water

pipe sock filtering waterBuy Taurus Dewatering Filter Socks direct from the manufacturer! Dewatering Socks are one of the easiest ways to filter water runoff as it leaves your site. Designed to attach directly to the end of vertical dewatering pipes or hoses, these filter socks contain sediment, debris, and other pollutants as the water discharges from your site. Taurus filtration products are DOT qualified. Their components meet or exceed minimum DOT Erosion and Sediment Control requirements. These pipe socks help keep runoff clean and to keep your site in compliance with local and federal stormwater regulations.

Pipe Socks are built in diameters of either 8," 12", or 16" to accommodate various pipe and hose diameters. All drain filter socks are secured to the connection hose via clamps, which allows them to work with multiple size diameters. Additional sizes can be constructed as needed.

Questions? Call us at 1-772-646-0597 for more information.

Pipe Sock Typical Specifications

dewatering tube sockDewatering Socks (Pipe Socks) are available in both 8 oz. and 10 oz. Nonwoven Geotextile Material fabric. If you're not sure which fabric weight your your project needs, call us! We can help you pick the right dewatering sock for your job.

Common sizes* for Pipe/Dewatering Socks are:
  • 4" diameter x 60" (5 feet) Long
  • 6" diameter x 60" (5 feet) Long
  • 8" diameter x 60" (5 feet) Long
  • 12" diameter x 60" (5 feet) Long
  • 16" diameter x 60" (5 feet) Long

*Custom sizes are also available. Contact us for more information

For more detail, see: Dewatering Sock Product Flyer (pdf)

Filter Pipe Sock Benefits

  • Filters Out Silt and Sediment
  • Attaches Directly to a Discharge Hose or Pipe
  • Fits Multiple Pipe/Hose Diameters
  • Installs Quickly and Easily
  • Easy to Ship & Store on Site
  • Helps Sites Stay in Compliance with Stormwater Regulations

Installation

Installation of the dewatering socks is designed to be a simple process and can be achieved through the following steps:

  1. dewatering socksSecure one end of the pipe sock with zip ties.
  2. Place the other end of the pipe sock around your hose/pipe.
  3. Slide the clamp over both the sock and the hose.
  4. Tighten the clamp.
  5. Start your flow into the sock.

For more help with installations, see: Dewatering Sock Installation Instructions

How Does the Filter Pipe Sock Keeps You in Compliance?

  • Helps Sites Comply with NPDES, 40 CFR 122.26 (1999)
  • Filters Sediment out of Stormwater
  • Can be Implemented as a SWPPP Solution
  • This Filter Sock is a Stormwater BMP
  • Meets or exceeds DOT Erosion and Sediment Control requirements

Questions? We can help! Call our team at 1-772-646-0597 or fill out our quote request form to discuss your requirements.

Additional Dewatering Products

dewatering filter bagsIn addition to this filter sock, we also offer several other Dewatering Products that can help with filtration in your location. One of the most common products for this type of filtration is known as the Dewatering Bag. Similar to the pipe sock, dewatering bags feature a geotextile filter fabric (usually 8 oz. or 10 oz. nonwoven) that works to filter out silt and sediment from your site runoff.

Dewatering Bags vs. Dewatering Socks

While both products can be implemented on sites to filter and remove sediment, Dewatering Bags are specifically designed for areas dealing with higher flows or increased silt containment requirements. This often includes areas where a large amount of silt has collected with water.

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Questions? We can help! Call our team at 1-772-646-0597 or fill out our quote request form to discuss your requirements.