Are You Prepared?

You never know when an emergency will occur, especially when it comes to mother nature. Proper preparation can often be the difference between saving your home, your town, or even your life. For centuries, water related disasters have challenged coastal and in-land communities and have resulted in strategies to divert, control or keep erosion in check. Sandbags have been quick, inexpensive tools for flood control, soil fortification and protection when riverbanks overflow, levies are damaged or structures are undermined. A community’s speed in reacting to a natural crisis, is critical. Although sandbags are typically associated with water related disasters, they are also used to build defensive walls and barriers if the need may arise.

The Solution

Easily fill over 12 40 lb sandbags per minute quickly and efficiently with our patented Quick-Fill™ Sandbagger System – the perfect tool to meet your community’s needs. Speed and portability are the hallmark of our design. It produces sandbags of equal weight and size, every time, to create effective, interlocking “sand bricks” and dependable barriers.

Generally speaking, the table below is an estimated number of bags needed to create the typical, effective “Pyramid Placement” for a 100 foot long wall.

Wall/Levee build times

Wall/Levee Height (Feet)
Number of Bags
Traditional method
One 800 8.9 1.1
Two 2000 22.2 2.7
Three 3400 37.7 4.7


This unique Sandbagger system is designed to mount on any vehicle with a 2” receiver hitch, making it easy to transport on-site and between affected areas. Once the hopper is loaded with sand, sandbag load times are only about 3-seconds per bag. With a rotating drum and alternating delivery chutes, one worker can be closing and sealing a sandbag while another bag is filling.

The Quick-Fill™ Sandbagger System is engineered for simple and efficient durability, which means you don’t have to worry about frequent and complicated repairs. The labor that it saves in the filling process means that your people can be where they are needed – on the front lines.