How does it work?

By using the force of the water the Lenoir Flood Barrier rises automatically and can be connected to another length to create lengths of several hundred meters.

Preventive use before the rise of water, usable after flooding possibly to divide the flooded zone in order to decrease pumping or draining time. Alternate uses: to divert the water, to stop the water, to drain water. The barrier can be used on grass, gravel chips, concrete, tarmac, paving. The barrier will mould to most gentle undulating surfaces due to the flexibility of the fabric.


The Lenoir Flood Barrier is designed to rise automatically with the flood water as such it does not need any external power source or pre-inflation. The weight of the flood water provides stability and inflation. The barrier will deflate with falling flood water. Heavy duty pegs can, where the ground allows be used to provide extra support during inflation.
After flood waters have subsided, the barrier can be hosed down, rolled again and stored in 10 m sections.

Each 10 m section of the barrier will require a 3 man lift from a standard vehicle. It can quickly and easily be deployed on site in 10m lengths. Each 10 m length can be joined to other 10 m lengths to form a 50 m barrier (5 x 10m section) or a 100 m barrier (10 x 10m section). Connection is made using integral industrial standard Velcro fasteners on each end of the 10 m barrier.


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