AquaDam the Product
AquaDams were first developed in the United States around 1985 by David Doolaege. David holds multiple worldwide patents for water filled cofferdams.
Over time AquaDam and its associated techniques have evolved into a highly effective temporary dam system.
When filled with water an AquaDam adopts the properties of a semi rigid body with the ability to contour rough and uneven surfaces to form a temporary dam. The principal applications for AquaDam are temporary dams for construction and flood control.
Joining collars allow AquaDams to be connected to create flood barriers of unlimited length. The longest AquaDam to date is in Manitoba, Canada where two 8km flood barriers run in parallel to keep a road open vital to the commercial life of the city of Brandon.