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This picture shows two connected 3' high by 100' long AquaDams® being used
to prevent earthen discharge from a work site from contaminating the river.
The AquaDam® at the end has been completely rolled up. All that remains to do
is tie it up with ropes, put a protective wrapper around it, and load it on the trailer.
Each AquaDam® arrives rolled on either a 4" by 4" or a 4" by 6" post.
The first step in the re-rolling process is to roll the collar up around the board.
Re-rolling brackets are then placed on each end of the post. A 3/4" drive ratchet
is fitted into each bracket, and a 4' cheater bar is slid over the handle of the
ratchet. The AquaDam® is then rolled up, with the workers alternately cranking up
the AquaDam® and holding it while the other moves his ratchet back.