Drainiac Stormwater Oil & Sediment Filter DamSock

$59.00

Drainiac Stormwater Oil & Sediment Filter DikeDrainiac Stormwater Oil & Sediment Filter Dike

The sock that will not blow away in heavy wind or wash away in the rain, absorbs oil, and filters out sediments and debris.

Recycled

Recycled

UV-Resistant

UV-Resistant

Made in the USA

Made in the USA

Filters Oil from Water

Filters Oil from Water

Watch Husky DamSock filter mineral oil sheen from water.

Description

Description

The story goes like this.  One of our customers is a large airline.

They requested a product that would do the following:

  • Be heavy enough to make sure the wind or jet engines on the runway, taxiway and apron did not blow it away.
  • Hug the contours of the ground and effectively dam up a spill.
  • Should it be raining, be able to filter the rain water and hold onto any oil or fuel.
  • Once they were satisfied, we discovered that it also:
    • Filters oils, fuels, sheen, silts, sediments, trash and debris out of stormwater.
    • Very moldable and flexible.
    • Great for reducing Total Suspended Solids (TSS) at or around outfalls.
    • Made from 100% recycled content.
    • UV Resistant and ideal for outdoor use.

Additional information

Additional information

Weight 18 lbs
Dimensions 3 × 42 × 10 in

Product Specifications

Product Specifications

Substance Filtered:  Oils, Sediments, Debris and Trash

Dimensions:  3”W x 42”L

Sold as:  3 socks/case

Absorbency:  1.78 gallons/case

Absorbency Each:  75.8 fl. oz./sock

Max Flow Rate:  1 gal./min.

Weight:  18 lbs./case

Weight Each:  5.8 lbs.

Recycled Content: Spilltration® Husky fibers are 100% recycled content.

UV Resistant:  Yes

Compliance and Restrictions

Compliance and Restrictions

  • DO NOT use with acids, basis or other caustic liquids.
  • Dispose of used product in compliance with local, state & federal regulations

California Proposition 65 Warning

California Proposition 65 Warning

WARNING:  This product can expose you to chemicals, including silica, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer.  For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.