Pictures – NOAQ Boxwall

 

Ann with the new Boxwall model BW52. Photo: NOAQ

 

The new NOAQ Boxwall BW52 and the old BW50. Photo: NOAQ

 

All six components of the NOAQ Boxwall system. Photo: NOAQ

 

All NOAQ Boxwall components are interconnectable. Photo: NOAQ

 

There are two corner boxes, one for outward corners and one for inward corners. Both are 30°. Photo: NOAQ

 

There are also two Gable units, a left hand one and a right hand one. Photo: NOAQ

 

Gables can be used to attach a Boxwall against a vertical surface, like a facade. Photo: NOAQ

 

A couple of connected Gables enables a Boxwall to jump a kerbstone. Photo: NOAQ

 

The Boxwall boxes can be stacked very compact. Photo: NOAQ

 

The NOAQ Boxwall. Photo: NOAQ

 

The NOAQ Boxwall. Photo: NOAQ

 

The NOAQ Boxwall BW52. Photo: NOAQ

 

The NOAQ Boxwall BW52. Photo: NOAQ

 

Thomas and Ann use a canoe to test the NOAQ Boxwall. Photo: NOAQ

 

Ann in the canoe. Photo: NOAQ

 

Manufacturing the NOAQ Boxwall BW52. Photo: NOAQ

 

26 pieces of NOAQ Boxwall BW52 packed on a pallet. Photo: NOAQ

 

From a flash flood test of the NOAQ Boxwall. Photo: NOAQ

 

From a flash flood test of the NOAQ Boxwall. Photo: NOAQ

 

Using a NOAQ Boxwall to create a dry zone for welding works at the water power plant in Bergvik, Sweden. Photo: NOAQ.

 

Using a NOAQ Boxwall to create a dry zone for welding works at the water power plant in Bergvik, Sweden. Photo: NOAQ.

 

Using a NOAQ Boxwall to create a dry zone for welding works at the water power plant in Bergvik, Sweden. Photo: NOAQ.

 

Using a NOAQ Boxwall to create a dry zone for welding works at the water power plant in Bergvik, Sweden. Photo: NOAQ.

 

A NOAQ Boxwall is used to protect the University Library and other buildings in Trento, Italy. Photo: Falzoni sas.

 

A NOAQ Boxwall is used to protect the University Library and other buildings in Trento, Italy. Photo: Falzoni sas.

 

A NOAQ Boxwall is used to protect the University Library and other buildings in Trento, Italy. Photo: Falzoni sas.

 

A NOAQ Boxwall is used to protect the University Library and other buildings in Trento, Italy. Photo: Falzoni sas.

 

A NOAQ Boxwall is used to protect the University Library and other buildings in Trento, Italy. Photo: Falzoni sas.

 

A NOAQ Boxwall is used to protect parts of  Trento, Italy. Photo: Falzoni sas.

 

300 metres of NOAQ Boxwall being transported by Danish company Dansk Fugtstop to the coastal village of Reersø. Photo: Kim Nymand Hansen.

 

300 metres of NOAQ Boxwall being transported by Danish company Dansk Fugtstop to the coastal village of Reersø. Photo: Kim Nymand Hansen.

 

300 metres of NOAQ Boxwall being used to protect the coastal village of Reersø from the storm surge of a January 2017 storm. Photo: Jens Nielsen, Kalundborg TV.

 

300 metres of NOAQ Boxwall being used to protect the coastal village of Reersø from the storm surge of a January 2017 storm. Photo: Jens Nielsen, Kalundborg TV.

 

300 metres of NOAQ Boxwall being used to protect the coastal village of Reersø from the storm surge of a January 2017 storm. Photo: Jens Nielsen, Kalundborg TV.

 

A NOAQ Boxwall protecting a building from the flood waters in Funabashi, Japan. Photo: Gadelius.

 

Using inward corner boxes to connect a NOAQ Boxwall to the façade of a building. Photo: NOAQ.

 

Using corner boxes to let a NOAQ Boxwall pass on the right side of a gully. Photo: NOAQ.

 

Using corner boxes to let a NOAQ Boxwall pass an obstacle. Photo: NOAQ.

 

From a demonstration in Australia. Photo: Bluemont.

 

From a demonstration in Australia. Photo: Bluemont.

 

From a demonstration in Australia. Photo: Bluemont.

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