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 and they have even been known to hold back the sea.
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 in this canal lock that was being restored by British Waterways workers.
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.
1 Floodsack holds 22 litres
Floodsax dimensions: L 490 +/- 5mm, W 400 +/- 5mm uninflated