Minneapolis Flood Prevention Control Levee Building Equipment Launched

Minnesota-based flood prevention company Progressive Innovations LLC launched an updated range of equipment for clients interested in high-efficiency sandbagging machine and levee builders.

Cambridge, United States - April 21, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Progressive Innovations llc, a flood and erosion control company based in Cambridge, Minnesota, launched an updated range of products for commercial, industrial and governmental clients interested in high-efficiency flood prevention technology. The company provides sandbagging machines and levee builders which can be used to create a wide range of flood applications.

More information can be found at http://progressiveinnovations.com.

Efficient flood prevention systems are essential in a variety of areas at risk from medium and large-scale floods. Progressive Innovations is a leading provider of high-quality flood control technology, working constantly to provide cutting-edge products for the quick and efficient building of levees, dams and other flood applications.

The Probagger 12® is a precision skid-steer operated sandbagging machine capable of producing up to 400 sandbags per hour when operated by a three-man crew. For maximum flood prevention, the machine is designed to optimize the amount of sand or gravel per bag, thus ensuring that the sandbags can effectively interlock and prevent water seepage.

Progressive Innovations also provides two high-efficiency levee builders. The Instee Levee Builder is a skid-steer operated machine which can produce an 18-inch levee at a rate of 400 feet per hour. These Fast-Built Levees are stackable, allowing users to create durable levees of various heights.

A spokesperson for the company explained the advantages of the Fast-Built Levees: “These Fast-Built Levees replace the need for sandbags in all flood applications except those in very tight places where sandbags are still required. This means that Fast-Built Levees can minimize an entire city’s need for sandbags in a flood event to less than 1/100th the current need. These tools are creating affordable flood fighting solutions for governments, businesses, and land owners.”

For clients interested in high-output levee building equipment, Progressive Innovations offers the heavy-duty Quik Levee Builder, capable of producing a 42-inch high and 200-foot long levee in under 90 minutes – the equivalent of a flood prevention system of more than 10,000 sandbags.

The recent service update is part of the company’s efforts to provide cutting-edge flood prevention technology for clients in the United States and world wide.

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Roger Sweningson
Email: sales@progressiveinnovations.com
Organization: Progressive Innovations, LLC
Address: 34064 State Highway 47, Cambridge, MN 55008, United States
Phone: +1-612-390-5836

For more information, please visit http://progressiveinnovations.com/

Source: PressCable

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