Inflatable Bladder Dams: A Better Solution for Temporary Water Control

Why are contractors and construction crews all over the world turning to inflatable bladder dams for their dewatering needs? Inflatable bladder dams, also know as water-filled cofferdams, are a better solution when it comes to temporary water control.

Sandbags and other traditional dewatering methods can be costly, time-consuming, and messy.

Once you experience the ease of using inflatable bladder dams for your dewatering project, you won’t want to go back!

The Aqua-Barrier® Advantage

The Aqua-Barrier® inflatable bladder dam has gained a worldwide reputation for:

Safety – a patented internal baffle system keeps the bladder dam from rolling

Strength – made of a flexible PVC material with scrim reinforcement

Versatility – comes in various sizes and conforms to the boundaries of your worksite, creating a seal that prevents the passage of water into your worksite

Cost Effectiveness – cheaper when compared to other traditional methods such as sandbags, earthen dams, and sheet pile cofferdams

Enviro-friendly – uses any water available on your worksite (either fresh or saltwater ok), introducing no foreign materials to your worksite

Easy installation – easily installed in both moving and static water, providing a time-saving advantage to help you finish projects faster

A Powerful Dewatering Solution for Various Projects

An inflatable bladder dam is a powerful dewatering solution for drying out your worksite quickly. The Aqua-Barrier® has a proven success rate for various projects, including:

Learn More About Inflatable Bladder Dams

At Hydrological Solutions, we are dedicated to supporting our clients to help you achieve your project goals timely and efficiently. We have dedicated time and resources to provide you with the best dewatering solution on the market and are committed to ongoing research and development to stay ahead of industry changes. Contact us to learn more about how our inflated bladder dams can help you with your next dewatering project.