Louisiana, 2011 Demonstrations
Flood and Rain Protection for Junction Boxes

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A 3' tall, 190' long AquaDam has been installed in a circle around these junction boxes. The AquaDam will prevent flood waters from disturbing the junction boxes. Louisiana, 2011 Demonstrations
The AquaDam begins and ends here. The fill tubes at the open end of the AquaDam are pulled through the connection collar present at the closed end, creating a continuous flood barrier. Louisiana, 2011 Demonstrations
Overview. AquaDams should only be filled until the lowest point of the AquaDam is at its maximum height. In this case, 3'. The down hill side has much more water in it, because water flows downhill. However, All sides are level with each other. Louisiana, 2011 Demonstrations
The down hill side is significantly fuller, but will still conform to the uneven ground to minimize seepage. Louisiana, 2011 Demonstrations
At least 4 junction boxes are protected by this AquaDam. Pumping time was 90 minutes; water from a nearby fire hydrant was used to fill the AquaDam. Louisiana, 2011 Demonstrations
AquaDam Flood Barrier protecting valuable infrastructure. Louisiana, 2011 Demonstrations
Louisiana, 2011 Demonstrations
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