Dandy Curb Sack®
Most Popular in Gutter and Curb Inlet Filtration
For trusted results in storm drain inlet protection, the rugged, patented Dandy Curb Sack is extremely popular because it can handle jobs of all sizes and be reused. With an open-top design, the Curb Sack fits to any size gutter and curb inlet. Its unique design allows it to filter sediment-laden water with ease. Suspended solids are allowed to settle out of the slowed flow and are captured quickly before entering the inlet. Once you’ve tried the durable Dandy Curb Sack, you will want them on every job.
- Unique patented design keeps silt, sediment and debris out of storm systems
- Conforms to shape of curb and delivers regulatory-compliance performance
- Fabricated from a high-visibility monofilament geotextile
- Reduces the need to flush/clean inlets for greater convenience
- Sizes to fit any curb inlet for optimal storm drain inlet protection across the job site
- Available with optional oil absorbents
- Easy to install, inspect and reuse
- Saves you time and money
Exceptional Performance, Built to Last
Dandy Curb is made of high-quality, domestically-sourced raw materials and features design innovations that enhance performance. Because it’s fabricated from a super-strong, bright orange monofilament geotextile, it’s highly visible in any type of weather. Inspectors like it because they can see that your curb inlet is securely protected without getting out of their car. You’ll like it because it can be reused, delivering optimal performance job after job.
Made in America, Shipped Fast
Like all Dandy products, Dandy Curb Sack is made at our manufacturing facility in Ohio. It’s always in stock and we can get it to you in 5 days or less, regardless of where the job site is located. If you need a custom size, we’ll make it for you and ship it within 5 days for rapid receipt. Fast turnaround times are standard operating procedure for us. We only use U.S. vendors, do our own manufacturing and have a large distribution network — so you get your products fast.
Remove the grate from the catch basin and stand it on end.
Move the top by lifting the strap out of the way, then place the grate into the Dandy Curb Sack so that the grate is below the top straps and above the lower straps.
Position the top straps back in place so that they are on top of the grate.
Grab top straps and carefully insert the Dandy Curb Sack into the grate frame.
Make sure the cylindrical portion is up against the curb to prevent silt, sediment and debris from entering the inlet here.