Flip-up Flood Barriers


Ariel Arcebido no responses August 18, 2017

Flooding can occur anytime be it during day or night. By day, everyone can be warned for impending flood so they setup barriers.

Flooded car garage basement

But what if it were to happen at night time when everybody is asleep? Who would set up the flood protection barriers? An automated system would be the best option for such a scenario. The barrier would be programmed such that a single touch of a button can set it up.

Also its sensor can detect the rising water. Also, the complete reliability and barriers must be setup discreetly in keeping with the surroundings.

Unrestricted access

Some buildings require unrestricted access to pedestrians and vehic

Automatic Flip-up Barriers

Automatic flip-up flood barriers can rise unmanned as flood waters rises or by pushing button from a certain control room. Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) and manual backups allow these barriers function even when there is a power outage.

Super Typhoon Yolanda

It can be used for public areas flood protection schemes, underground garage or car park entrances — anywhere where unrestricted access is required with integrated into new developments for full time unobtrusive defense.

Single System

A single system can protect openings as wide as 12m while multiple systems can be linked with intermediate posts to create a flood defense run of almost any length. Depending on span, flood defense heights of up to 2m are available. Movement and weight sensors prevent the barriers from closing in if the entrance is obstructed while optional audio/visual alarms sound prior to and during operation.

Super Typhoon Yolanda

Benefits of Flip-up Barriers

Barriers of this type is fully hidden when not in use, to avoid restrictions. Theses flip-up barriers can be operated automatically with no restrictions to openings or access. Also, the installation of these barriers do not require deep excavations. They are also resistant to vandalism and dead stops activated by movement sensors.

Flip-up barrier prevent flooding

Ariel Arcebido

About the author

Ariel is a retired US Navy veteran. Was a Radio station manager at DWAU104.1FM at the Angeles University Foundation for 11 years. Wrote for the newsletter of the University called the AUFGAZETTE.

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