Aquatic Works / Temporary Cofferdams / Water Supply

Water-Gate WA-Series can be used to quickly create emergency water supply / reservoirs for firefighters or instant temporary cofferdams. It uses a simple yet effective design to instantaneously divert, block, or contain water courses, small and medium size streams or contain water from aquatic area. Made of exceptionally strong materials, WA-Series are extremely reliable and quick to deploy.

This series is very useful for emergency interventions, particularly in remote or hard-to-reach locations, where fire hydrants are not available.

Fully portable, lightweight and easy to carry.

All models are compatible

All Water-Gate models conveniently and rapidly attach together with a Velcro system giving first responders the latitude to adapt to locations of all types.

Turnkey solution  – Rapid response

Water-Gate barriers do not need to be filled with water or air, nor do they need to be anchored. The barrier will automatically deploy as the water level increases.

They do not need additional material for installation, no gas or electricity. No heavy machinery is required to transport, handle, install, or take down the barriers (models with a maximum height of 28″/71 cm).

For work in streams, the Water-Gate is used as a temporary cofferdam for culvert changes, bank restorations, bridge repairs, canal dredging or other applications requiring dewatering. A weir and a tunnel kit are available to channel or divert excess water downstream across the dewatered zone.

Note: It is recommended, for installation on concrete, to use the WL Serie.

Who benefits from this product?

Water-Gate WA barriers are internationally renowned for being reliable, durable, and easy to use. The versatile and innovative design of WA Series barriers makes them ideal for rural or wildland firefighters, emergency responders, oil companies, public works departments, environment specialists, ecologists, and agricultural and mining companies, among others.

  • Suited for emergency operations in creeks, rivers, or ditches
  • Replaces dry hydrants
  • Minimum manpower
  • Small storage requirement