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NoFloods Barriers Protect Roskilde Viking Ship Museum

As storm Ingolf raged across Denmark over the past weekend, a dedicated team from the Viking Ship Museum were in a race against time to stop the flood waters with our NoFloods Mobile Barriers - the so-called water-tubes.


The museum had recently purchased our flood protection water-tubes (NoFloods barriers), and they performed exceedingly well in making sure Denmark's national museum for ships, seafaring and boatbuilding (in the prehistoric and medieval period), was kept dry during the storm.


See our barriers in action outside the Viking Ship Museum (image below).

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Friday, 03 July 2020

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