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FloodSax® are endorsed by the National Disabled Fire Association (NDFA).
They are lightweight, just 200 grams (7 ounces) before they are activated.
FloodSax® absorb water to become taut weighing 20kg (44lbs) in just over 3 minutes after absorbing 20 litres of water.
Can be expanded in water in a bath, a sink, a bucket, a hosepipe or even the floodwater
Can be used to divert water away from a building and down a drain.
FloodSax® expand evenly, unlike other similar products in the market.

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Easy to store and are vacuumed-packed to save even more room.
FloodSax® last for 5 years in storage.
Have them ready in the house all the time for burst pipes or accidental floods.
Can be used by people who would not be able to lift sandbags and inflated right next to where you need them.
Biodegradable and so can be dumped in landfill sites.
Makes an ideal gift for people in flood-risk areas
Every home and business is potentially at risk from floods – even if it is a burst pipe. FloodSax® can be used anywhere from professional offices to building sites and from granny’s ground–floor flats to the top of skyscrapers.But they can also be vital in those little domestic emergencies. If you have a cracked pipe, your toilet has a blockage and is overflowing or water is pouring out of your bath, pop a FloodSax® under and it’ll soak up the water.  If your washing machine has sprung a leak put a FloodSax® in front to stop it spreading. And after the flood has finished FloodSax® can play a vital role in the clean-up and recovery stage. Pop them on the floor and they will soak up all the flilthy floodwater with each bag absorbing 22 litres.

FloodSax® diverting swift-running floodwater away from a Huddersfield business and preventing collosal damage

FloodSax® are exceptionally tough and can stop a powerful torrent of water in its tracks. Just look at the video of how they saved a Yorkshire company from being flooded and check out how this powerful water jet fails to shift FloodSax®. They have even been known to hold back the sea.

And then there are times when you might want to divert water such as on this road where it was being pumped out of a flooded residential area and back into a pond or deep. British Waterways use them in canal locks undergoing renovation to keep water seeping in away from its staff carrying out the work. People use FloodSax®  outside their homes to divert water away from airvents and directly down open manhole covers in to the sewers.