- High strength
- Very resistant to abrasion
- Not affected by most petro-chemicals
- UV resistant
- Lift Bag leaves manufacturing facility equipped with all necessary hardware and is ready for immediate use
- Tested prior to shipping and meets rigorous U.S. Department of Defense requirements
Subsalve Salvage Pontoon Lift Bags Include
Subsalve Salvage Pontoons Lift Bag SpecificationsOrder No.Lift CapacityDiameterLengthWeightAttachment PointsSP-10001100 lbs (500 kg)2 ft. 4 in. (0.72 m)4 ft. (1.23 m)30 lbs (13 kg)2SP-20002200 lbs (1000 kg)3 ft. 8 in. (1.13 m)4 ft. 4 in. (1.23 m)50 lbs (23 kg)2SP-40004400 lbs (2000 kg)3 ft. 8 in. (1.13 m)6 ft. 6 in. (2.00 m)80 lbs (36 kg)2SP-60006600 lbs (3000 kg)4 ft. 5 in. (1.36 m)6 ft. 8 in. (2.05 m)97 lbs (44 kg)2SP-1200012200 lbs (5500 kg)5 ft. 4 in. (1.54 m)10 ft. (3.10 m)140 lbs (64 kg)4SP-2000022000 lbs (10000 kg)5 ft. 9 in. (1.77 m)13 ft. 6 in. (4.15 m)190 lbs (86 kg)4SP-4000044000 lbs (20000 kg)7 ft. 8 in. (2.36 m)15 ft. 1 in. (4.64 m)375 lbs (173 kg)4SP-7000077000 lbs (35000 kg)10 ft. (3.08 m)15 ft. 6 in. (4.77 m)425 lbs (193 kg)6
- 3/4 in. NPT inflation port
- Brass quick disconnect for inflation
- 3/4 in. NPT bronze ball valve for deflating
- Pressure relief valves – they are set to release at 2.5 psi above ambient pressure
Specifically designed for use where water depth is a critical factor. The Subsalve Salvage Pontoon Lift Bags are totally-enclosed, cylindrically-shaped lift bags and are perfect for shallow water salvage, reducing the draft of a vessel, or raising an object closer to the surface. Subsalve Salvage Pontoons Lift Bags also prove invaluable in cable and pipeline operations, or where long tows are planned.
Subsalve Salvage Pontoons Lift Bags are available in both standard cylinder shape and elongated tubes. Subsalve Salvage Pontoons Lift Bags pontoon design incorporates a replaceable, heavy-duty nylon webbing lift harness built into the body of the lift bag, and has a safe working ratio of 6:1.The harness arrangement maintains the lift bag in a horizontal position while insuring maximum stability.
CAUTION: Subsalve Salvage Pontoons Lift Bags have multiple attachment points. All attachment points must be connected with the shackles provided, and the load evenly distributed. Large pontoons require a separate lifting beam to evenly distribute the load.
Salvage Pontoons are equipped with shackles, valves, and all necessary hardware ready for immediate use. All Lift Bags are tested prior to shipping, and must pass rigorous U.S. Department of Defense standards.
Note: All Subsalve Lift bags meet IMCA (International Marine Contractor's Association) standards. Certification can be provided upon request.
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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.