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Use & Purposes

  • Slow The Velocity Of Runoff Flow & Retain Suspended Sediment

Highlights

  • Made From High Quality Geotextile
  • Available In Roll Form (Sock)

General Information

ProFab® Silt Socks are factory fabricated from high quality geotextile into a tube of various lengths. ProFab Silt Socks can be purchased in roll form and cut to length on site to suit the application or may be purchased as a single item of short fixed length.

Application 

Silt Socks are filled with sand or gravel and laid around various site storm water inlets or across open drains to slow the velocity of runoff flow and retain suspended sediment.  The aim is to minimise this silt or sediment  loss from sites and the entry of these particles into storm water systems and ultimately protecting the natural waterways.

ProFab® Silt Socks are used to compliment  the requirements of local, state and federal government authorities for erosion and sediment  control on construction sites.

We have the following other Erosion Control products available:

  • Erosion Geologs
  • Jutelok Soil Blanket
  • Soilsaver Jutemesh
  • Geocell
  • Retaining Pins
  • Silt Fence
  • Premium Silt Bags
  • Silt Curtain

For more information please refer to the technical document located on the right.



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