Fit & Forget
All other airbrick covers need fitted, closed or sealed just before a flood.….but you can sleep easy with a Snorkel Vent
The Snorkel Vent is one of the most cost effective flood solutions on the market, providing flood protection for just 3 pence a day.
The Snorkel Vent is the only air brick flood protection device which allows continuous ventilation – even during a flood.
Snorkel Vent is a simple device that is bonded over the airbrick. Once fitted it provides permanent protection from flooding.
A builder is not required. Simple to follow instructions mean any able-bodied person can fit a Snorkel Vent in 5 minutes! They can even be painted to suit your home.
Unlike so-called smart-brick replacements – Snorkel Vent requires no maintenance as there are no moving parts that can get clogged with debris. Made from acrylic capped ABS – as used for caravan roofs.
Dam Easy recently launched their unique Door Barrier. This superb product requires no fixings, extends to any door size from 870 up to 1100 mm and has a patented pneumatic seal. The Dam Easy door barrier and Snorkel Vent air brick covers will be the two main products in a complete range of DIY Flood Read more about Snorkel Vent enters an exciting new partnership with ‘Dam Easy’[…]
With flooding in Belfast, close to our factory, many customers are now taking a look at our Snorkel Vents before purchasing. With our new display area in mid-construction, we will soon also be able to show customers our Flood Door in action. Our purpose built tank will be easily accessible, and show how easy it is Read more about Snorkel Vent Belfast sales up[…]
Flood Door / Snorkel Vent have been supplying flood protection products to residents in Belfast after severe flooding. Many are greatly distressed after having their pocessions destroyed. Flash floods can create havoc in a very short space of time. The best time to prepare for a Flood happening is before it happens. All our customers wish Read more about Belfast Floods June 2012[…]
The Snorkel Vent has been seeking to move into new territory, and we have found that our customers are using them for lots of new applications. In as far away as Australia, customers are attaching the Snorkel Vents to their homes, and then raising the level of their driveway. If the vents/airbricks had just been covered all Read more about Many new applications[…]
Snorkel Vent has recently supplied Hundreds of the Snorkel Vent products to a Scottish building project. As the Snorkel Vent is the only product of its kind on the market, it was specified by the architect working on the scheme. The Snorkel Vent was used in the retrofitting of Tower Blocks to allow ventilation after Read more about Snorkel Vent secures major contract[…]
This album shows Queen’s University of Belfast testing the Snorkel Vent and Flood Door to requirements set out in PAS 1188 standard. Download Final report Flood Door 17 Apr 2012 as .docx Download Final report Flood Door 17 Apr 2012 as .pdf
This album shows Queen’s University of Belfast testing the Snorkel Vent and Flood Door above and beyond the requirements of the PAS 1188 standard. Download Final report Flood Door 17 Apr 2012 as .docx Download Final report Flood Door 17 Apr 2012 as .pdf
Its good to know sometimes that you don’t have to be outside all the time. The tests which the Flood Door and Snorkel Vent are subjected too, are being carried out in the Hydraulics laboratory at Queens University, Belfast. The facility is indoors and is being carried out by the experienced test technicians and research staff. With tests Read more about January blast of cold[…]
The Rivers Agency has recently updated there online flood maps which have outlined possible areas that could flood in future. It is suggested that there are 46,000 homes in Northern Ireland that are at risk from flooding. Over recent months there have been a number of serious flood incidents in Northern Ireland, and hopefully now, Read more about Rivers Agency updates on-line flood maps[…]
Snorkel Vent and Flood Door products have commenced independent testing! The testing is being carried out by Queen’s University, Belfast, a leading university in Environmental and Coastal Engineering with their own hydrology lab. The three main areas of testing to be carried out are static, wave and current, simulating conditions present during a flooding event. Read more about Snorkel Vent and Flood Door tests get under way[…]