In the presence of water In Flood Bags, there is a super absorptive polymer at the core that expands when water enters and form a heavy and solid
Easy to handle and compact Put in an area prone to flooding Whenever you know water is coming, you should evacuate the prone areas
There are (5) 2' x 1' flood bags included in the package. Activated by water, this ball swells to 3" in height when filled
By eliminating the hassle of lifting and filling standard sandbags, sandless sandbags save you time and effort
A non-profit organization A toxic or non-toxic substance Contains toxic and biodegradable ingredients
You can stack and stagger the bags up to three rows high for maximum flood protection. Building walls based on a pyramidal arrangement is possible even for high walls
The following are special features It applies to the skin. The polymer polypropylene and the filler polypropylene It is composed of polymer
A list of components is included below The Packet) There are five boxes in each It was 2 feet long, 1 foot wide, and it was 0 inches thick. It measures 25" in height
It may take several weeks or months for an object to dry out due to evaporation It is imperative that they be kept in a cool, dry environment away from direct sunlight if they are to last a long time. They will feel crunchy once fully dried, but once they are exposed to water a second time, they will swell again
Questions & Answers
How does a frozen product affect the user?
Activating Sandless Sand Bags for Flood Protection (PM50415) will cause them to freeze in temperatures below 32F. In order to avoid damage to the exterior fabric of the PM50415, do not move it when it is frozen. As soon as the temperature rises above 32F, the water will thaw within the super absorbent polymer and continue to work. Seawater should not be exposed, as it will cause a chemical reaction and cause the water to leak back into the surrounding area. We would be happy to help you further if you need it.
Is it possible to reuse them?
Generally, the Sandless Sand Barriers / Garage Water Barrier (PM50417) may not be re-used once activated, but they can be left in place and placed back into service when flood control is needed. It is possible for the Sandless Sandbags to last up to five years if they are not activated and stored in a cool dry place out of direct sunlight. They last 6 to 7 years if they are placed outdoors after they are filled with sand It has been eight Leave the Sandless Sandbags outside, and they will dry out and absorb the water depending on the weather conditions. For these Flood Protection Bags to fully dry out, it may take weeks or months. You can reach us at 1-486-498-5790 if we can provide you with further assistance The 866-number I am 434.
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How will these prevent erosion and water from going downhill on freshly graded dirt areas?
Thanks for taking the time to review Rarely! You are most welcome to contact Thank you for asking that. If you need assistance, I will be happy to help you. A Sandless Sand Barrier would be a good option for preventing erosion, as well as downhill flow of water. It is a barrier that is water-based As soon as they are exposed to water, they swell to create a barrier. If you want to make this easier, you can pre-order these once you've put them in the right place Use a hose to activate these because it can take several minutes for them to fully expand. As a result, the barriers will be ready for use in the case of a downpour. Several months can be spent with these deployed. When you pull the barriers apart, you will find that they shrink as water evaporates from them, and then swell again once more water falls on them. Alternatively, these can be dried out fully and stored again for use at a later time. Barriers are capable of drying out fully for up to a few weeks. Here are some tips I hope help! Whenever you have further questions, don't hesitate to let us know!
Selected User Reviews For Sandless Sand Bags by New Pig | Garage Water Barrier | Water Barriers for Flooding | Flood Protection & Control with Water Activated Barrier | 2' L (5-Pack)
It gets the job done! I was able to get just what I had wanted from them
One is placed on each side of our wide driveway, and the two are placed together when it is raining heavily. As soon as they are activated, they instantly expand and channel water to our chosen area, preventing rushing water from flooding our garden and newly-planted trees. Our plants are growing. Every time there is a heavy rain, we set up the barriers on the side of the driveway for easy setting up.
| May 26, 2021
I really like how easy it is This was a great idea! When my nephew in college had to evacuate due to a hurricane, I sent them to him
Despite having converted his garage into a bedroom, water did not make its way in.
| Mar 04, 2021
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You may also like It is light when it isn't It absorbs water and becomes a physical barrier as it expands.
I'm not a fan of -- A drying out process I left the clothes in a heated shed for a week and they're only halfway This is not something I am complaining about, since it is doing its job. When wet, they can be very heavy. As they are drying, they are becoming lighter because I had someone move them for me.
| Mar 07, 2021
Although they appear to expand to cover a volume, it's not actually the case
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| Dec 26, 2020
Please find if you would like it to be used permanently
You don't have to worry about them drying out after each I have them two months after they have been wet and they are still not drying. They weigh 5 pounds once they are wet.
| Apr 29, 2021
We had a garage flooding problem, so we solved it! As a result of this product, our garage no longer flooded occasionally
Although very absorbent, this material does carry some of the weight of the job after it has been A short period of time is needed for the substance to dry out and to be moved away from its original place. While maneuverability may be considered a problem, the job it does in preventing water from entering our garage during rainstorms makes up for this shortcoming. It worked like a charm and I am very pleased with the.
| Apr 09, 2021
There is a high probability that they will float their sandbags
Their floating caused them to float. * As a resident of Washington, DC, I experienced flooding during a torrential downpour so the sandbags floated across the drain and blocked it, causing my basement to flood. The problem I had with the bags was that I had so much water that maybe it was the water that caused it, but the bag was the problem.
| Dec 28, 2020
The water flow was not stopped
Water got close to shop door despite the door being closed. Even so, there was still water in the.
| Feb 15, 2021