SILTmasta Economy Silt Bag - 50pk

Product Code: 30-ECSB

SILTmasta silt bag with tie strap, supplied as a pack of 50. Flow rate: 15Lt/m2/min

Description

Made from high strength filter fabric, designed to go around drains and trap any silt but allow water to flow through. High strength design with a flow rate of 15 litres of water per metre square per minute. Bag measures 230mm wide x 860mm long. The SILTmasta silt bag comes complete with a tie strap to easily secure the top.

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  • Silt bag supplied with tie strap
  • Supplied as a pack of 50
  • Size: 230 x 860mm
  • Flow rate: 15Lt/m2/min
  • Weight: approximately 1.8kg per pack
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    Description

    Made from high strength filter fabric, designed to go around drains and trap any silt but allow water to flow through. High strength design with a flow rate of 15 litres of water per metre square per minute. Bag measures 230mm wide x 860mm long. The SILTmasta silt bag comes complete with a tie strap to easily secure the top.

    Features:

  • Silt bag supplied with tie strap
  • Supplied as a pack of 50
  • Size: 230 x 860mm
  • Flow rate: 15Lt/m2/min
  • Weight: approximately 1.8kg per pack
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