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The In-stock Hydro1® Flood Door provides passive flood protection that has passed Florida Product Approval, including the High Velocity Hurricane Zone (Miami-Dade and Broward counties) – Certificate of Product Approval FL #39631. This door features a patented design, is easy to install, provides the lowest leakage rate in the industry and is independent-party-witness tested to the ANSI/FM Approvals 2510-2020 4.3.3 standard up to 8 feet of water protection. It also has a 90-minute fire rating and is ADA compliant.

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PS FLOOD BARRIERS™ : SOLUTIONS THAT HOLD WATER

Flood concerns shouldn’t erode your confidence. At PS Industries® Incorporated, we learned about the incredible power of water firsthand during the Red River’s devastating flood of 1997 in our hometown of Grand Forks, North Dakota. We’ve put those lessons to good use, and the resulting flood doors and flood barriers are much more than just protection against water, they are protection against fear. This allows you to do business with confidence, which in turn allows your business to thrive.

PS Industries’ products are made from structural materials that are engineered to meet the requirements of the International Building Code – the same structural expectations as your building itself. The dependability of each of our flood protection products is thoroughly proven by structural engineering calculations, stringent physical testing standards, and thousands of validated customer applications.

Whether you’re dealing with coastal flooding from hurricanes or flash flooding from heavy rainfall, we have passive-, active- and rapid-deployment products designed to handle virtually every type of flooding situation. Choose an application with proven performance and give us a call today.

PS Flood Barriers Product Line Brochure (PDF)

Recommended Flood Testing Procedures (PDF)

Due to the success with the doors we purchased from your company a couple of years ago, I am looking into additional flood protection for other doors we have.
– Timothy Fink, Chrysler Museum Facilities Management
Chrysler Museum Of Art, Norfolk, VA

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PROVEN SOLUTIONS: Understanding The Organizations Involved In Flood Protection And How They Relate To Products
PROVEN SOLUTIONS: Understanding The Organizations Involved In Flood Protection And How They Relate To Products
Flood protection is serious business, and rightly so. If a company claims that a product will perform a certain way under flooding conditions, failing to live up to those claims can be disastrous for everyone involved. As a result, various organizations have evolved in North America over the past century with the purpose of standardizing, testing and certifying manufactured flood protection measures. However, each of these entities approaches this critical task in a slightly different way, and that can lead to confusion on the part of those purchasing and installing the products. Here's a brief overview of the most important organizations in flood control – and what each of them views as their responsibility in making sure that flood products live up to their promise.

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PROVEN SOLUTIONS: Preparing For Industrial Spills
PROVEN SOLUTIONS: Preparing For Industrial Spills
All production facilities, from manufacturing to agriculture to food preparation, deal with industrial spills. These accidents range from inconvenient (like an accidental sprinkler release) to hazardous (oil or chemicals, for example), but all spills require a fast, dependable response that benefits from planning. For the most part, the adverse impact of an industrial spill of any scope is inversely proportional to the preparedness of the team and facility responsible for it. In other words, the more you plan for spills, the less of a problem they present.

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