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The AquaFence technology is harnessed in the Integrated FloodShield for covering openings and exposures of buildings, as well as any other critical asset needing protection.

The Integrated FloodShield is not just a temporary barrier but a customized solution designed to provide easy deployment with a specific preset plan. 

 

When purchasing Integrated FloodShield, the team at AquaFence will work with the property owners to create a detailed deployment and response plan. Each property owner will be trained annually on installation, and AquaFence will issue a certificate for employees or contractors who participate. The AquaFence team will also create a detailed deployment plan with itemized panels and components including setting expectations on the timing to deploy based on flood warning areas. 


 FloodWall V1800

FloodWall V1800

Standard panels

  • 1,2 m (4 ft) High Flood Barrier (Model V1200)
  • 1,8 m (6 ft) High Flood Barrier (Model V1800)
  • 2,1 m (7 ft) High Flood Barrier (Model V2100)
  • 2,4 m (8 ft) High Flood Barrier (Model V2400)

 V1200 Inside Corner 45 Degrees

V1200 Inside Corner 45 Degrees

Corners

Corners Corner panels of 30°, 45, 60° and 90° allow for sharp turns from one direction to another. Special corner panels can be produced upon request to accommodate unique angular requirements.

  • V1200 Inside Corner 45 Degrees
  • V1200 Outside Corner 90 Degrees
  • V1800 Outside Corner 90 Degrees
  • V2100 Inside Corner 90 Degrees

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Side closure

Side closure panels provide an effective tie-in to a fixed surface and a starting point for a string of panels in a barrier system. They can be used in multiple configurations and are fully removable after a flood event. Where architecturally necessary, side closers can be customized to the building surface.


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Protective Shield

Protective Shield The AquaFence system is designed to withstand impact from moving debris. Damage to individual components may occur but without system failure. In order to minimize damage, some customers choose to purchase systems with installed protective shields.


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