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Flex-Gates® and Flex-Covers® are an innovative lineup of flood barrier products constructed using a revolutionary combination of high-strength textiles and corrosion resistant hardware. Many of these products are stored at the point-of-use and are unique in the marketplace.

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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)

It has been pouring rain here for two weeks and it continues. We finished the installation of the door during a 3-day break and the night we completed it, the skies opened and the neighborhood was swimming - but not us. We are tight and dry!! I can't tell you how happy we are. We are almost finished restoring our house and plan to hold our first meeting in it this coming Thursday. So excited to get back in our clubhouse. You are in our history books now.
– Jane Williamson, Treasurer
The San Francisco Motorcycle Club

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PS Industries® Acquires ILC Dover’s Flex-Gate®, Flex-Cover® Products / Brands
PS Industries® Acquires ILC Dover’s Flex-Gate®, Flex-Cover® Products / Brands
The primary assets included in this acquisition will be Flex-Cover®, Flex-Gate® and Flex-Wall®, which together make up an innovative lineup of flood barrier products constructed using a revolutionary combination of high-strength textiles and corrosion resistant hardware. Many of these products are stored at the point-of-use and are unique in the marketplace. As of January 17, 2023, these products will be manufactured by PS Industries and sold under the PS Flood Barriers brand.

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PROVEN SOLUTIONS: The Build America, Buy American (BABA) And American Iron And Steel (AIS) Provisions And How They Impact Doors, Safety Gates And Hatches
PROVEN SOLUTIONS: The Build America, Buy American (BABA) And American Iron And Steel (AIS) Provisions And How They Impact Doors, Safety Gates And Hatches
The idea of American governing bodies requiring that materials used in publicly funded projects originate in the United States is not a new one. In fact, the original Buy American Act originated in 1933, requiring federal agencies to purchase “domestic end products” and use “domestic construction materials.” This act has been amended multiple times over the past 90 years or so, including revisions in the late 1970s and the Build America, Buy America (BABA) Act introduced in 2021 (and taking effect in 2022). How do these regulations govern the inclusion of doors in a project? Read on for more information.

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