Beaver photo Beaver twin-tube 800mm high 20m long used as a coffer dam in a water drain for major road construction works, NSW. Water outlet sealed with a 100% water tight clamping plate. Filling the Beaver with air Using an airblower. Can also be done with a simple garden leaf blower. One Beaver tube blown up connected to another one showing connection straps. Very easily portable and storable flood barrier. Air and water inlet with Storz coupling. Available as single and double elements, increase hold-back capacity by adding an element. Very simple and quick filling of orange tubes. A truly portable flood break. Air and water outlet on top of tube. Practising emptying the flood dam-open the clamping plates and the water drains away. The easy orange sausage solution -fight water with water. Connecting the inflatable tubes to each other with straps for added water hold back. The connecting straps between the 2 tubes are shown. Tubes of different diameters are available and have their own sized straps. Tubes of different diameters are available and have their own sized straps. Tubes of different diameters are available and have their own sized straps. Preparing the straps for the other single element. Preparing the straps for the other single element. Preparing the straps for the other single element. Flood tube draining opening with clamping plate. Here the flood barrier is set up by the Swiss military. Note changes of direction are possible at any point without additional special elements. A solid water outlet. A solid water outlet. Opening the simple and strong water outlet. Securing the third tube on top. Swiss handiwork. The filling hose. Beaver connecting straps for multiple tube use. Beaver is used widely in Switzerland and has local sponsors. Water and air inlet on the Beavers are Storz couplings. Phase 1 of the Beaver deployment is rolling out the tubes. When filled it conforms to the ground surface very well. Securing two lengths of Beaver flood dam tubing for a watertight seal.