Sandbags For Flooding - Size: 14-inch x 26-inch [For Sale] - Empty Woven Polypropylene
Video: Sandbags to Prevent Flooding: Sandbaggy 14" x 26" Poly Sandbags
Sandbaggy's 14" x 26" sandbags to prevent flooding are built to take a beating and great for many uses, including flood and erosion control, pipeline construction, and earthbag homes.
Sandbags to prevent flooding are available in multiple colors: dark green, white, orange, beige, and black. The bags are constructed of a tough, woven polypropylene and are rigorously tested to ensure they can be filled with sand and dropped at least 10 times from 4 feet before showing any signs of wear.
We use industry-leading light stabilizers, enabling our sandbags to withstand harmful UV rays, temperature fluctuations, and weathering. This allows our sandbags to last at least 3-6 months under direct sunlight and in high-heat places like California and Florida.
- Size: 14 in. x 26 in.
Weight capacity: 50 lbs
- Extra strong: tested to withstand at least 10 drops from 4 ft high without any noticeable damage
- When filled with 40 lb of sand
Drop test from 30 feet high
1) Standard Sandbags: White, Green, Beige, Orange
- Material: woven polypropylene, with 10x10 weave count
UV protection: 1600 hours
- Built to withstand 100°F direct sunlight for 3-6 months in hot, sunny states
- Can last 6-24 months in cooler, less sunny states
Colors: Available in white, military green, beige, orange
2) Black Sandbags: 2X fabric content
- Weight: 70 grams/bag, twice the fabric content as the other colors (35 grams/bag)
- UV protection: 4,000 hours, more than twice the protection as the other colors
- Built to withstand 100°F direct sunlight for 9 months in hot, sunny states
- Can last 9-24 months in cooler, less sunny states
- 2-3X as long as the other color sandbags
- Comparable to big box stores: Empty woven polypropylene sandbags for sale, comparable to those sold at Home Depot, Uline, Lowes, Walmart, and Amazon
- Erosion and flood control
- Woven polypropylene sand bags for flooding to stop water and keep water out
- Pipeline construction
- Building an earthbag house
- Hold down traffic signs
Includes ties: once the empty sandbag is filled, use the pre-attached tie string to close the top of the bag
- Lasts 3-6 months under strong sunlight with built-in UV protection
- Actual customer photo (courtesy of Daniel from Albuquerque, NM) of green sandbags used to stabilize slope and prevent erosion under strong sunlight
- For bags that last 1-2 years under the sun, we recommend 14" x 26" polyethylene, long-lasting sandbags.
- 30-day return policy
- Free shipping: arrives in 4 business days (3,000 empty sandbags or fewer), anywhere in continental USA
- Shipments of 5,000 empty sandbags or more will take 2-3 weeks (pallet shipment)
Customer Review: Alan from Arizona
I live in Arizona, where we get lots of flash floods.
My plan is to put more bags between the two layers and build a semi-permanent flood barrier.
The color of these green sandbags is very nice and fully blends in, especially when the green season gets here.
The sandbags are easy to work with. They seem to be tough.
These Sandbaggy sandbags are really great.
1. Protect your property from hurricane flooding
When filled with sand, woven polypropylene sandbags stop flooding and water.
Polypropylene sand bags are an inexpensive solution to avoid damage to your property when there is a flood.
With polypropylene sandbags around your house, your house will be saved from flooding.
Since their invention, polypropylene sand bags have saved tens of thousands of homes from being flooded.
Tens of thousands of Sandbaggy empty sandbags for flood control were used to protect homeowners from flooding during Hurricane Florence in 2018.
2. Made of 100% polypropylene
Our rugged Sandbaggy empty sandbags are made with thickly woven polypropylene allowing for heavy-duty applications like sandbagging, landscaping, construction, and building flood barriers.
The weave count is 10x10. Comparable to military sandbags.
3. Similar to sandbags used by the military, with UV protection
Our tough, empty, coarsely-woven polypropylene sandbags can be used for so many different applications.
- An actual customer photo of filled green 14x26 poly sandbags in preparation for use in slope stabilization and erosion control project
Made with 1600 hours of UV protection, these polypropylene sand bags can sit under the sun for six months before they begin to degrade.
Other names for Sandbags: Poly Bags, Sandbag, Sandbagging, Empty Sandbags, Sand bags, Military Sandbags, Polypropylene Bags, Sand bag
Does Walmart sell sandbags? How much do sandbags cost at Walmart?
A 50-pack of sandbags at Walmart costs $31.99. If you buy direct from Sandbaggy, that same pack of sandbags would cost just $24, almost 25% less.
Where do I get sandbags? How much is a sandbag?
Right here! This size of sandbags (14" x 26") costs $39 for 100 sandbags and is available in quantities ranging from 5 to 100,000 sandbags.
How do you sandbag a house?
Sandbags Filling Tips
- Fill sandbags 1/2 to 2/3 full and tie the bag at the top with the included ties
- Lay flat when in place
- This sandbag should weigh between 35-40 lbs.
- An overfilled sandbag weighs between 60-75 lbs and will leave gaps which will allow water to seep through.
- Always wear gloves during the filling operation to avoid hand injuries and protect yourself from contaminants in sand and floodwater.
- Safety goggles should be used on dry and windy days.
- Filling sandbags is physically demanding work and can easily cause back and other injuries if not careful.
- Always lift with your legs and not your back.
- Do not reach out, bend over, or twist when lifting.
- Do not throw sandbags - it stresses the back and shoulders.
- Instead, use a brigade line to pass bags
- Use a short handled, #2 rounded point shovel with straight shaft and D grip, bagger scoop or funnel to fill sandbags.
- Remove any debris from the areas where the sandbags will be placed.
- After placing the sandbag, walk on the sandbags to create a tight seal between each bag.
- Sandbaggy polypropylene sandbags are built to hold either gravel or sand.
- Be aware of poor quality sandbags that rupture when filled with sharp gravel rocks.
- Gravel should be filled in sandbag when used as an erosion control device (on slopes).
- Sand should be filled for flood control needs, whether to protect doors or garage or to divert water.
- If sand or gravel is not accessible, less effective solutions is to fill the sandbags with backyard soil.
Do sandbags absorb water?
- The sand inside the bag can absorb a small amount of water, but the purpose of sandbags is to protect buildings from flooding by diverting flood water around them, rather than by absorbing the water.
- Along with sandbags, it is best to use plastic tarp sheets as well when building sandbag walls to create a better water-tight seal.
Can bullets penetrate sandbags?
- No, because the sand inside the bag cannot move out of the way fast enough to allow the bullet to penetrate through it.
- The bag keeps the sand trapped inside of it and prevents the energy of the moving bullet from causing the sand to fly everywhere.
- Instead, the force of the bullet is turned into heat, so the sand inside the bag will feel warm to the touch after a bullet is fired into it.
How long do sandbags last?
Because of their built-in UV protection, these woven polypropylene sandbags can sit outside for 3-6 months.
How do sandbags work? Are sandbags waterproof?
- Polypropylene sand bags are effective at stopping water because of the sand contained within the bag.
- The plastic in the bag itself, specifically polypropylene, is water permeable.
- This makes the polypropylene sand bags more versatile because putting gravel (rather than sand) in the bags allows them to stop sediment while allowing water to flow through.
- This is perfect for preventing trash or other sediment from entering storm drains, for instance.
- Our customers have found that the water permeability of the plastic allows water that gets in the sand to be released from the bag, so the sand doesn't stay soggy.
How many sandbags do I need?
If you are building a sandbags wall, calculate how many sandbags you need. Our 14" x 26" and 18" x 30" sandbags are specifically designed sandbags for flooding. In general, it takes 600 standard 14" x 26" sandbags to build 100-foot wall 1 foot tall.
What do you fill sandbags with?
Use sand to stop flooding. Use gravel to control erosion by stopping soil and other sediment and allowing water to pass through.
Pictured: filled polypropylene sandbags (closed off with included tiestring) as part of sandbags wall to protect against heavy flooding
What are the dimensions of the sandbags when filled with 50 lbs of sand?
- The exact dimensions may vary.
- Our customers have found that the dimensions are roughly 17" long, 12" wide, and 5" deep.
- After filling, be sure to seal the bags shut with the included ties.
I enjoy camping and being outdoors. Can I use these to hold things down so they don't fly away, even in strong winds?
- For a canopy, tying four filled sandbags to each leg will surely keep the canopy in place.
- Filled sand bags (closed off with included ties) can also be used to hold chairs and umbrellas in place outdoors.
Here are some of the purposes for the different color of sandbags.
- Military-green sandbags = used to match the environment’s color
- Beige color sandbags = used to match the soil’s color
- Orange color sandbags = used when the sandbag needs to stand out (such as in safety situations)
- White color sandbags = used in all kinds of situations
What is the difference between 14" x 26" poly sandbags and 18" x 30" poly sandbags?
14" x 26" sandbags are available in four colors: white, green, beige, orange. 18" x 30" sandbags are only available in white.
When filled up, a 14" x 26" sandbag weighs 30-50 pounds while an 18" x 30" sandbag weighs 75-100 pounds. The 18" x 30" sandbag can fit 2-3 times more material in each bag compared with the 14" x 26" sandbag.
Both sizes have 1600 hours of UV protection and can be used for a variety of purposes, including earthbag home building and filling the bags up with coal and other materials and selling it by the bag.
Both have a hem top at the top of the bag. This means that there is sewing at the top of the bag so that the bags do not fray.
What is an earthbag home?
Earthbag construction is a cheap building technique using soil placed inside polypropylene sandbags (hence "earthbag") as the primary structural support for a building.
It allows for the construction of both strong and quickly built structures.
This 1000 square foot two-story circular structure (unfinished when the photo was taken) cost well under $15,000 to build, plastering and interior finishing costs included.
It was constructed with thousands of white polypropylene sandbags.
What size sandbag should I buy?
18" x 30"
25" x 40"
31" x 45"
35"L x 35"W x 50"H
|80" x 80"
|UV Protection||3-6 months||3-6 months||None||None||None||None|
|Weight capacity||50 lbs||50 lbs||50 lbs||100 lbs||2,000 lbs||N/A|
|What to put in it||
collect green waste
|Ties included||Yes||Yes||No||No||Yes (corner straps)||No|
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