High Strength Dewatering Tubes
Geotextile tubes are one of the largest and most cost effective options for dewatering a large site, lagoon, or waste water treatment plant. Constructed from a robust woven geotextile material, dewatering tubes are able to effectively remove and contain sludge or sediment from a water flow. With increased size, strength, and durability, sludge tubes are an ideal choice for demanding jobs or heavy containment requirements.
Similar to dewatering bags, geotextile dewatering tubes are made from permeable fabrics that allow water to pass and filter through the bag. Standard geotube sizes include lengths from 50' to 250' feet and circumferences up to 90'. Custom sizes are also available.
Geotextile Tube Features
- Fabric: High Strength Geosynthetic Woven Fabric
- Length: up to 250 ft.
- Circumference: up to 90 ft.
- UV Stabilized
- Available in Black or Tan
- Geotextile Tubes Flyer
- Installation Instructions
Geotextile Tube Benefits
- Designed for Large Dewatering Requirements
- High Strength Woven Fabrics
- Large Sizes and Capacities
- Effectively Filters out Silt, Sediment, and Waste
- Easy to Size to your Specific Requirements
- Rated to Handle Various Chemicals and Contaminated Water
Standard Erosion Control Applications
- Sludge Removal
- Agricultural Compost
- Breakwater for Hotels and Beach Side Homes
- Dewatering in Waste Water Plants, Coal Plants, and More
Geotextile Tube Technical Specifications
|Length||50', 100', 150', 200', 250'||Other Lengths by Special Order|
|Circumference||15', 22.5', 30', 45', 60', 75', 90'||-|
|Filling Port Spacing||1 - 5 ports||One Port for Every 50' of Length|
|Size and Estimated Capacity per Tube|
|Circumference (ft)||Tube Volume (y³/LF)|
|Fabric||Woven Geotextile||Weight/Unit Area oz/y² (gr/m²)||Color|
Have a smaller dewatering job? In addition to the large sludge tubes, we also offer several small Dewatering Bags to help filter out sediment and materials. These bags typically include sizes between 6' x 6' and 15' x 20'.
In order to determine the right option for your location, consider several factors:
- Type of solids you are filtering
- How many geotextile dewatering tubes are required for the amount of solids you are dewatering
- Areas available for placement of the dewatering tubes
- Clear understanding of where the filtered water will flow
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