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Compost Socks For Erosion Control & Filtration - 8" x 200'


SKU P08-200

Filtrexx filtration silt socks also commonly known as “compost socks for erosion control” are filled with a natural fiber that helps to hold sediment back while allowing water to flow though. Available in both a polypropylene and cotton outer netting the socks are a high-performance alternative to traditional erosion control material such as straw wattles and silt fences.

Silt socks are easier to install than the traditional methods and require less maintenance over time. The socks are available in varying widths ranging from 4” to 18” and lengths from 10’ to 200’ to suit nearly any application. Silt socks can be installed in virtually any climate, do not require trenching and can even be installed in freezing temperatures.

Silt Socks Per Pallet: 1

Gross pallet weight: Approximately 1,500 lbs

Includes: 21 stakes per pallet


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  Model: P08-200

  Pallet Weight: 1,500 lbs

  Size: 8" x 200' long (1 Unit)

  Number of Stakes: 21

  Available Colors:
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  • Lower maintenance with the lowest overall project cost
  • Superior & consistent results—SiltSoxx is an industry leading sediment removal BMP
  • Meets specs & performs better than even larger diameter off-spec filter sock
  • Installs 3X faster than silt fence—no trenching required
  • 50% greater flow-through rate compared to silt fence
  • Original compost filter sock with 15+ years of peer-reviewed research & field use
  • SiltSoxx don’t fall down
  • Made in the USA

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