How does the flood protection barrier FLOODSTOP work?
The majority of FLOODSTOP units (pods) actually fill with the rising flood water. This, combined with the weighted connections keys, means that an assembled barrier will always be denser than the flood water.
Each flood protection pod incorporates a unique foam gasket base. When the foam gasket is placed under pressure by the self-filling units a seal with the ground is created.
The beauty of this patented flood protection system is that no bolting to the ground is required.
It also means that when the flood waters recede, the pods empty themselves and become light enough to be carried away. They are also a much more cost effective and reliable alternative to flood sandbags.
Get a Quote & Free Deployment Plan
To get a quotation and deployment plan showing how Floodstop would be arranged at your location please contact us with the measurement(s) of the opening, delivery postcode and any photos you may have to hand.
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"We are using the system and it is working great; Floodstop is keeping our platform and car park open and safe to our customers and colleagues during recent extreme weather and associated flooding"
Matthew Lee, First Great Western
“The system we purchased from you for use at our house in Downton has proved invaluable over the last couple of months."
“The barriers were severely tested with flood water during Storm Imogen. Everything worked fine and the house remained dry throughout. We were very impressed.“
Mr Hancock, private householder
“We have had to use the Floodstop over the weekend and what a GREAT job it did for us!"
Mr Hunt, private householder
"We discovered that FLOODSTOP barriers are a fraction of the cost of alternative flood prevention products on the market. Knowing we have effective prevention from the threat of flooding is a great weight off our minds. They are easy and simple to use and when the job is done they can be simply picked up and put back in the garage."
A.Pulford, private householder