How The Process Works

Step 1: The rolled-up Dam is delivered to the job site on a truck or trailer

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portable cofferdam delivered

Step 2: The Dam is lifted from the trailer and placed at the shoreline

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dropping off cofferdam

Step 3: Two identical pumps are hooked up to fill the internal tubes with onsite water
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Hooking up water pumps to portale cofferdam

Step 4: As the pumps fill the Dam, the Dam unrolls and is guided into place
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water fiils cofferdam

Step 5: The Dam is nearly fully inlated as it reaches the opposite shore
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temporary cofferdam is nearly fully inflated

Step 6: The water is pumped from the dry side to the wet side of the Dam
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water is pumped from one side of the cofferdam to the other

Step 7: The work for the project at hand can now get done on the dry side
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portable cofferdam

Step 8: Empty the dam, roll it up, put it on the trailer and move it to the next job

 

      portable cofferdam      
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Step 5: The Dam is nearly fully inlated as it reaches the opposite shore
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      portable cofferdam      
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Step 6: The water is pumped from the dry side to the wet side of the Dam
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      temporary cofferdam      
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Step 7: The work for the project at hand can now get done on the dry side
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      temporary cofferdam      
upleft   upright
Step 8: Empty the dam, roll it up, put it on the trailer and move it to the next job
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