FILTREXX SOXX TECHNOLOGY
Filtrexx® Soxx™ technology was born when we invented the compost filter sock.
Filtrexx Soxx technology was born with our first tubular mesh sock — SiltSoxx™ —, originally designed for a variety of sediment & erosion control applications, and it became the superior alternative to replace silt fence and straw wattles. Since then, Filtrexx Soxx technology has expanded into other stormwater management, pollutant removal, living walls, agriculture and gardening applications. Our Soxx contain composted and non-composted media encased in Filtrexx® Mesh™ with different geometries and configurations and available with natural additives for pollutant removal or vegetation for stabilization, agriculture and gardening applications.
LET NATURE DO IT®
Our experts have built a large portfolio of sustainable solutions for each specific application. Our Let Nature Do It® attitude has helped us push the limits of our technology and create compost filter socks designed to Mimic Nature®. This simple but ingenious system provides valuable ecosystem services by harnessing the following natural design principles:
- Energy dissipation
- Vegetation establishment
For more detailed information about our technology, product specifications and applications, explore the core courses on our Filtrexx University section, visit our Filtrexx Research Library, register for a webinar or seminar, or contact us to collaborate on your next project.
FILTREXX SOXX TECHNOLOGY FORMULA
Despite the numerous applications, product designs and performance requirements in diverse industries, our Soxx technology can be easily understood by the addition of these three elements; we call it the Filtrexx Soxx Technology Formula:
Filtrexx Mesh + Filtrexx Media + Sorbents or Vegetation
Our portfolio has evolved to the point of including more than 100 different types of mesh, varying in size, aperture, tensile strength and raw materials. All Filtrexx compost filter socks meet or exceed all federal and state specifications.
We offer selected media and custom media blends to achieve the desired filtration and/or plant growth for any environmental, landscape, or agricultural application. Explore the features different media can bring to your project.