Dewatering bags are also popularly known as dewatering sediment, bags, silt, or sediment filter bags. The reason is that these bags are available in various styles and sizes that you can adapt to your project.

The bag uses a sturdy non-woven geotextile filter fabric. So it has been designed to capture and accommodate sediment deposits that have been pumped from rainwater disposal sites at your work site effectively.

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One Clarion silt bags are available in a variety of versatile models. That way you can use it for construction sites, dredging areas, and power plants. To be able to determine which bag model is suitable for your location.

You can adjust this to some conditions at the location. There are project factors that you can consider. These include permittivity, amount and type of sediment, pump flow rate, and volume of material that requires containment.

The size of the dewatering filter bag that you will use can be determined by the location where it is placed and the volume of sediment that you will filter. For example, in some areas, there may be a size limit to determine the size of the sediment bag in the water drainage that will be used.

Using dewatering bags in areas where the slope is quite steep is not recommended. This is because the bags can roll away from the project site. After all, they are filled with sediment. You mustn’t overfill your pockets. Later the coating can break and cause damage to the pump.

Dewatering filter bags have been specially manufactured to help your workplace comply with federal and local stormwater regulations to a large extent. This is because all available components meet the erosion and sediment filtering requirements of the US Department of Transportation.

How to Use Dewatering Bags

Using sediment dewatering bags is a relatively simple process. However, when using it, you need to pay special attention to ensure the process is carried out correctly.

The First Step

For the first step, when installing the bag, you can choose a suitable place to place the bag. This location could be a dump truck or drop box. You can also, if you wish, place the bag on the ground.

If you decide to place the dewatering bags on the ground, then you need to use ground cloth to protect the bags. So that it doesn’t get dirt that could make holes in it.

Second Step

The second stage is installing the hose in the bag. This is because all bags have been designed to control sediment or mud. Generally has accommodation for hoses up to 6 inches.

You can tie it securely around the hose when you insert it. After the hose is installed, you can pump the mud into the bag for filtering.

Third Step

The third or final step involves pumping water containing sediment into the bag. After starting the pumping process, water will flow from the bag out. The flow of water occurs with a design using fabric with needle holes. This allows water to flow, while sediment and mud will be trapped inside.

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