Engineering Assessment

Do your flood protection barriers work well? Do they make you feel safe? If not, you might have missed getting an Engineering Assessment, which can ensure a very satisfying operation of your barrier. 

How does Engineering Assessment do that? You could answer that yourself as we go into details. 


 A place in Zhengzhou was submerged underwater after torrential rains, west Germany and central China
A place in Zhengzhou was submerged underwater after torrential rains

It was July 14, 2021, when raging floodwaters came rushing through parts of Rhineland-Palatinate and North Rhine-Westphalia in West Germany. The floodwaters carried with them trees, cars, houses, animals, and hundreds of humans. A week later, torrential rains brought flooding to Zhengzhou, Henan Province, central China, trapping commuters in a subway. Why do we experience flooding even during summer? Let’s look into the matter.



The Inconvenience Sunny Day Flooding Causes

Posted by Andreas Klippe | July 27, 2021
Sunny day flooding

There’s no tropical cyclone. It is not raining. The sun is out. But why is there flooding? You may not know but you can still get flooded even on a scorchingly hot day.  This flooding is called tidal flooding or sunny day flooding. In this blog, get to know what it is, what worsens it, and what are the effects.



5 Characteristics of an Ideal Flood Protection Barrier

Posted by Andreas Klippe | July 13, 2021
Flood protection barrier

Is it your first time to hear that there is a modern solution to flooding? Do you intend to get one, but you are not yet aware of the basics? Don’t worry, if you don’t know anything about this, we’ll keep you in the loop. In this week’s blog, I will show you the characteristics of an ideal flood protection barrier.


2nd quarter weather recap

As early as the described weather recap for the 1st Quarter of 2021, numerous disasters had already overwhelmed some Asian countries. Then, in the following months, a set of calamities, once again, took place and caused disturbance. For this blog, the RS Flood Experts would like to give you a recapitulation of the 2nd quarter Asia weather. 


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