Tigerfloc Tube & Dewatering Bag

Tigerfloc Tube & Dewatering Bag

A new water treatment alternative that is being used very successfully on many construction sites now is the combination of a Tigerfloc Belt that is placed inside of a small mixing tube, which then empties out into a micro-pored dewatering bag. The Tigerfloc Tube and Dewatering Bag combination works well  immediately; filtering out most of the sediment from the discharge water.

The Tigerfloc Tube and Dewatering Bag unit has proven useful in all soil types: sand, silts, and even clays. After having passed over the Tigerfloc Tube and Dewatering Bag unit, incoming water measured at >1000 NTUs dropped to under 25 NTUs. 

Another option on sites that already have a sediment control pond (which still exceeds the allowable discharge limits), is to re-circulate the pond’s water through the Tigerfloc Tube and Dewatering Bag system and then empty the clean water into the sediment control pond prior to it discharging down the drain pipe. By re-circulating the water through the Tigerfloc Tube and Dewatering Bag system, it will help speed-up the process of sedimentation.

The Tigerfloc Tube and Dewatering Bag system is extremely effective, has a small footprint on site (approximately 18’ x 18’), and is much cheaper than other alternatives which may compete with these results. It is something to think about the next time you have a site where there might not be enough space for a sediment pond, and you don’t require something as heavy-duty (or as expensive) as a mechanical ‘pump-and-treat’ system.

Please call All-Terrain Consulting Ltd. at (778) 230-4174 or email us at info@atconsulting.ca if you would like to order the Tigerfloc Tube and Dewatering Bag system, wish to enquire about pricing, or if you have questions to whether this may be an option for your site. We ship across Canada and the United States.

Contact us as well if you are interested in becoming a distributor for the Tigerfloc flocculant product line.

 

All Tigerfloc products are manufactured in Canada by Floc Systems Inc.