ADIS2020-01-19T09:06:02+04:00January 19th, 2020|Flooding|
The barrier is folded into the crate in a concertina style. It needs to be repacked correctly in order to be ready for the next deployment. We recommend completing the e-learning for this use. [...]
ADIS2020-01-19T09:05:31+04:00January 19th, 2020|Flooding|
Yes, the use of sump pumps is highly recommended. No matter what type of barrier you use, a certain amount of water will always seep into the protected area. This is particularly true in the [...]
ADIS2020-01-19T09:04:58+04:00January 19th, 2020|Flooding|
The usage of wooden dowels, styrofoam, and sandbags are required to meet the FM Approved installation due to the measured leakage rate during testing.
ADIS2020-01-19T09:04:24+04:00January 19th, 2020|Flooding|
All WL models with a height exceeding 39″ (1 m) are FM approved.
ADIS2020-01-19T09:03:46+04:00January 19th, 2020|Flooding|
It all depends on the model you choose. We provide barriers from 6-79 inches. The dam is effective from the first inch of water.
ADIS2020-01-19T09:03:11+04:00January 19th, 2020|Flooding|
The WL barrier has a weighted ballast bag that is sewn directly onto the front bib. This ballast bag creates a uniform weight across the length of the dam and molds to the shape of [...]
ADIS2020-01-19T09:02:33+04:00January 19th, 2020|Flooding|
Yes, the barrier is incredibly resilient and was designed to resist different waves, winds, and objects in the water. It absorbs the energy collision and returns to its original shape. The wave movement can cause [...]
ADIS2020-01-19T09:01:56+04:00January 19th, 2020|Flooding|
Yes, any flood carries a more or less quantity of sediment. Mud does not modify the dam stability or efficiency, even in large quantities.