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Dewatering Tubes DT

Dewatering Tube

FabriFlex DT dewatering tubes are engineered tubes specially designed for large scale industrial dewatering of municipal wastewater, industrial pond dredging, agricultural waste dredging, etc. They can be customized with different materials and sizes, depending on the application’s requirements.

The filter textile used for dewatering allows dissipation of water through its opening while retaining sediment and sludge within the tube. Upon completion of dewatering process, filter cake inside the tube can be easily removed from site, providing an environmentally friendly solution  for the project.

  • Industrial dewatering
  • Wastewater treatment plant
  • Sludge pond dredging
  • Mining application
  • Municipal wastewater
Filtration, Sealing, Separation, Containment

Factory Controlled Quality

FabriFlex DT undergone extensive quality control. Ensuring the quality of each component.

High filling capacity

FabriFlex DT are manufactured with engineered design material and fabricated with high seam strength hence can provide a higher sludge fill volume compared to others.

High Flexibility

FabriFlex DT dewatering tubes are highly flexible, able to conform to deformation without jeopardizing the system. 

Fast Installation

Filling of dewatering tubes is achieved by in-situ material, accelerating the desludging process.

Highly Versatile

FabriFlex DT is highly customisable to suit the site condition. It’s versatile arrangement ensures different configuration possibilities.   

Cost Effectiveness

FabriFlex DT are used to improve the effectiveness of sludge management. Dewatered waste can significantly reduce the total volume sent to landfill for disposal. 


What is Dewatering Bag?

Dewatering tubes, also called geotextile or sediment tubes, are large cylindrical containers used across industries for dewatering. Made of robust geotextile fabric, they filter sediment-laden water, removing solids and contaminants.

Common in construction, mining, and wastewater treatment, they’re favored for their effectiveness and eco-friendliness. Especially in scenarios where traditional methods aren’t viable, like mechanical dewatering, they provide a cost-effective solution. Ultimately, dewatering tubes play a vital role in managing sediment and wastewater, aiding regulatory compliance and environmental sustainability.

Differences Between Dewatering Bags and Geotextile Tubes

Dewatering bags and geotextile tubes differ notably in size, shape, and operational considerations. Dewatering bags resemble large, industrial sandbags, being smaller and bag-shaped with wider openings, making them suitable for confined spaces or smaller projects. In contrast, geotextile tubes take on a long, sausage-like shape, being larger and elongated, catering to extensive dewatering operations and handling significant material volumes.

While both operate on the same principle—where slurry or liquid waste is pumped in and water filters through the geotextile fabric—filling dewatering bags is generally easier due to their wider openings, especially in confined spaces. However, deploying geotextile tubes may necessitate specialized equipment owing to their larger size.

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