FloodSax® are endorsed by the National Disabled Fire Association and discover for yourself how easy they are to lift, handle and deploy to protect your property. Anyone can do it!
Imgine you own a business with equipment worth £360,000 at the mercy of torrential floodwater heading your way. What do you do? Find out what happened to this firm.
FloodSax® helped a family save their home from water damage caused by frightening flash flooding in suburban Moonee Ponds in Australia. Luckily they had a supply of FloodSax® on hand as they had no time to call for assistance. Old drainage systems were unable to cope with the extreme deluge, turning streets and lanes into rivers in a matter of minutes. The entire family helped to build a wall of FloodSax® by using the floodwater itself to ‘energise’ each bag and they stopped the torrent from wrecking their home.
Video shows how effective FloodSax® are at soaking up water and fluid spills
Our Australian partner Grantley Reed demonstrates how it’s done Down Under
Presenters prove how FloodSax® beat sandbags when it comes to dealing with floods in the aftermath of a disaster as they prove on TV’s Disaster House
Here’s how Germany is finding out how FloodSax® are so effective at halting water in its tracks
Amazed audience watches as FloodSax® is energised in minutes
Watch how a TV crew captures the moment FloodSax® are used to halt torrential floods in Colombia
München TV crew discovers how a small wall of neatly-packed FloodSax® sandless sandbags can save a business from floodwater
Doctors of the USA Show profile FloodSax® in the studio
Bill Kerber, emergency management co-ordinator for the city of Kemah on the Texan Gulf Coast, reveals that FloodSax® are the way forward for dealing with the flood risks from heavy rain
News report shows just how quickly FloodSax® can be energised and in action to stop floods
ABC 13 news bulletin reveals how sandless sandbags keep rising floodwater at bay
Green Cross Australia chief executive Mara Brun talks to Grantley Reed from FloodSax® about how they are replacing traditional sandbags. The organisation helps people adapt to changing climate in ways that embrace sustainability and community resilience.
Major feature on FloodSax by American TV weather show Weather Proof
Watch how FloodSax work to hold back torrential floodwater, protecting homes from massive damage
The American Red Cross has spent about $30,000 buying FloodSax for Northern Colorado’s flood-stricken communities.
Fire Chief Kurt Vogel said: “I think it’s awesome. I love technology and this is just amazing.”
Make sure you always have FloodSax ready for flash flooding and hurricanes
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