Flood Defence & Public Safety
Products per segment
LC Packaging are a key supplier of sandbags for flooding to the UK flood defence infrastructure. Our customers include the Environment Agency, SEPA, local councils, police and fire authorities.
Filled sandbags for flooding are available in standard, UV protected (heavy duty) woven polypropylene material, traditional jute hessian fabric and heavy duty hessian fabric (technical standard BS1214).
We hold a stock of many thousands of filled sandbags ready for immediate dispatch in polypropylene. Filled hessian are filled to order, please allow a day for this. Our sandbags are supplied on pallets securely wrapped using black plastic film. Click here to buy filled sandbags online or contact us for quantities larger than 130.
LC Packaging offer a comprehensive range of empty sandbags manufactured from either woven polypropylene or jute hessian. Please click the sandbags link above for more information or to buy now.
The LC Packaging Quicksandbag is an innovative product that solves the heavy weight and difficult handling and storage requirements of traditional sandbags. Our Quicksandbag is a sandless sandbag, also known as instant sandbags or inflatable sandbags. This instant sandbag contains a water absorbing gel (super absorbent polymer) that is activated simply by soaking in water for 4 – 5 minutes. The inflatable sandbag will then be ready for use. LC Packaging’s Quicksandbags have a long five year shelf life. They are available in the size 120 x 20cm that is ideal for preventing seepage under a door. Please click the Quicksandbags link above to buy now or for further information. Click here to download our guide to using sandbags.
For all our flood defence products we offer a 24 hour, 7 day emergency call out service for local authorities, Environment Agencies, Councils, Fire, Police etc. Please click here and complete our information request form. We will then provide you with our 24/7 emergency telephone number.
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