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Subsalve Professional Lift Bag 4400lbs Lift Capacity

SKU: PF-4000 Rate this product

List Price: $1,142.00


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  • High strength - very resistant to abrasion, not affected by petro chemicals, and UV resistant
  • Meets IMCA (International Marine Contractor's Association) standards)
  • Model: PF-4000
  • Lift Capacity: 4,400 lbs (2,000 kgs)
  • Diameter: 4 ft, 6 in (1.38 m)
  • Overall Height: 7 ft, 10 in (2.41 m)
  • Weight: 50 lbs (22.7 kgs)


All Subsalve lift bags are equipped with shackles, valves, and all necessary hardware ready for immediate use. Each is tested prior to shipping, and must pass rigorous U.S. Department of Defense standards.


The Subsalve Professional Lift Bag has the lift capacity of 4,400 lbs. Commercial lift bags are especially suited for remote locations or for deployment from small craft, and are capable of being used by a single diver. Heavy-duty lift bags are ideal for use in light salvage, object recovery, construction and scientific applications. These Professional Lift Bags are Subsalve's most versatile and easy-to-use lift bags. The open-bottom, balloon shaped bags with a single attachment point are easy to use in construction, heavy and light salvage and many off-shore tasks. Designed to be portable, yet tough enough to last a lifetime. Provides maximum lifting capacity with the least total bag weight.


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  • How do I dump the air out of my lift bag?

    There is a black Plunger Dump Valve on the top of the lift bag that releases the air from the lift bag. You can control the ascent of the lift bag by pulling the lanyard that is connected to this valve.

    If you are using an Enclosed Floatation bag or Salvage Pontoon, you can find the Plunger Dump Valve on the side or corners of the lift bag. 

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