THE FLOOD PREVENTION BARRIER
Cold Flood Prevention is a unique modular system, which consists of a series of elongated sections that are attached to each other and thereby the length is easily adaptable to suit the extent of the flood. The barrier is filled with water, which creates a massive pressure that seals the surface and enables the barrier to withstand and divert floodwater.
The barrier’s cellular construction ensures that it remains stable on any surface irrespective of external conditions making the barrier extremely robust and highly effective in preventing flooding.
Used to control and protect against rising water levels in exposed areas such as housing, commercial buildings, infrastructure and airports etc. It can be used as a straight line, to form an arc or to encircle a building.
Used as temporary or permanent collection and storage of large amounts of water, waste water or contaminated liquids during construction or in areas with forest fires or extreme drought etc.
REPLACE 9000 SANDBAGS, MAXIMIZE YOUR RESPONSE TIME AND AVOID FLOODING
When comparing the Cold Flood Prevention system to the traditional sandbag dam, the barrier is both far more effective in preventing flooding and a cost-effective flood management solution, especially in the longer term.
AREAS OF APPLICATION
The mobile barrier has many applications in emergency flood response and can be used by emergency management, business owners and individuals. The barrier is easy to handle and requires no special skills or equipment. The mobile barrier has many applications and can be used as a straight line, to form an arc or to encircle a building:
- Protect the landscape
- Protect whole buildings
- Protect property
- Hold back & divert water
- Storage of water, select chemicals or contaminated liquids
MODELS FOR ANY FLOOD SCENARIO
The barrier’s flexible design allows it to adjust to local conditions and the sectional design makes it the ideal solution to eliminate almost any flood risk.
|Standard length (per section)
|Water consumption (per section)
|Weight without water (per section)
|Weight with water (per section)