Argus Fluidhandling: ALFA Sentry Dams

ALFA Sentry Dams are reusable, repairable, and sustainable.

No pump needed! Simply set the system up, then make sure the lower part is anchored and the compression legs are on a solid surface.

Black and blue dam full of water

The patent-pending, self-supporting design is available in two heights. Both sizes can achieve a working water depth up to the product height of either: 0.6 m (24”) or 1.06 cm (42”). Full working water depth requires firm subsoil.

Supplied in 7.62 meter (25′) long sections, assembled with a combination zip/hook and loop coupling, allowing the barrier to be extended to the required length.

ALFA Sentry Dam Material

Made from high quality recyclable materials.

  • Repairable – Accidents happen, but our industrial coated PVC fabrics are repairable.
  • Responsible – No environmental impact during installation. No filler material is required. This eliminates the need to filter or dispose of used and/or contaminated filler materials.
  • Secure – Integrated stabilizing structural components prevent sliding or tipping.
  • Durability – Polyester-based fabric with high tensile strength is coated with flexible PVC that is resistant to the effects of chemicals, UV radiation, mold, and mildew.

Blue dam holding back water

Product Specification

  • High tensile strength woven polyester, PVC coated fabric.
  • Aluminum components integrated.
  • Standard section length is 7.6 m (25′).
  • Standard section heights are 0.6m (24”) and 1.06m (42”).

This article was originally published by Argus Fluidhandling.

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