PORTABLE WEIR

  • Portable weir flow control - water channel
  • Portable weir flow control - sandbags flood protection
  • Portable weir flow control - alternative to sandbags
  • Portable weir flow control - sandbags flood protection
  • Portable weir flow control - alternative to sandbags
  • Portable weir flow control - alternative to sandbags
  • Portable weir flow control - sandbags flood protection
  • Portable weir flow control - sandbags alternative
  • Portable weir flow control - alternative to sandbags
  • Portable weir flow control - water channel
  • Portable weir flow control - sandbags flood protection
  • Portable weir flow control - sandbags alternative
  • Portable weir flow control - sandbags alternative
  • Portable weir flow control - alternative to sandbags
  • Portable weir flow control - sandbags flood protection
  • Portable weir flow control - sandbags flood protection
  • Portable weir flow control - alternative to sandbags
  • Portable weir flow control - alternative to sandbags
  • Portable weir flow control - water channel
  • Portable weir flow control - sandbags alternative
  • Portable weir flow control - sandbags alternative

Description

The portable weir  – an ALTERNATIVE SOLUTION to PUMPS 

Designed to channel the water.

The weir, also known as a spillway or transition duct is entirely made of unbreakable polyethylene. They are installed on top of the water barrier and allow you to manage the water surplus downstream while creating a dry area.

This system replaces a high flow pump and removes up 90 liters/second (1200 Imperial gallons or 1440 US gallons per minute). A plus for the environment.

The portable weir can be installed on all Water-Gate Series and becomes an effective tool for aquatic work when paired with the WA Series.

A maximum of 2 weirs per barrier is recommended. They can be installed either center or on the sides.

On top of it, it’s Eco-friendly!

Advantages

Use types

Filling maneuver

Available models

Medias

Determine the flood dam you need

1

ASSESS RISK

Determine the nature of the flood
Take note of the flood level of your locality

2

DEFINE THE TRACE

Define the potential protection perimeter
Identify the presence of obstacles (trees, walls, etc.)

3

CALCULATE HEIGHT

Identify the lowest point of the protection path

4

DETERMINE LENGTH

Allow extra length when resting on a wall
Take into account the footprint of the soil

5

SELECT MATERIAL

Complete the response plan with pumps, quick deployment box, additional ballast, special anchorage, etc.

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