BUY THIS Subsalve EFB-200 220lb. Enclosed Flotation Bag TODAY FROM RENTAL TOOLS ONLINE.This versatile underwater lift bag from Subsalve(model number EFB-200) is available at one of the best prices anywhere on the internet or in-store!
DetailsENCLOSED FLOTATION BAGS
When you need to float an object close to the surface, use SUBSALVE’s “pillow” shaped Enclosed Flotation Bags in any position—upright or flat, outside or inside of structures— for vessel salvage, auto recovery, pipeline and cable installation and emergency flotation for ships, aircraft, submersibles and ROVs
Configure a multitude of rigging combinations.
- Use with a single pick point (shackle supplied on the bottom of the bag).
- Invert to use the multiple stainless steel rings on the top of the bag.
- Urethane-coated nylon—high-strength and heavy-duty
- Superior abrasion resistance
- Resistant to most petro-chemicals
- Low maintenance requirements and easy to clean
- RF welded seams
- Heavy nylon lift harness built into the body of the lift bag
- Safe working ratio of 6:1
Safe and easy of use
- Equipped with all necessary hardware—ready for immediate use
- 3/4” NPT inflation/deflation port
- Stainless steel quick disconnect for inflation
- Pressure relief valves: set to release at 2.5 psi above ambient pressure
- Enough pressure relief vales are installed in each bag to allow expanding to vent should a free ascent occur.
• Each SUBSALVE USA lift bag is tested prior to shipping.
• Custom sizes available.
• All Subsalve USA products are compliant with IMCA D-016-AIRBAGS, ABS, U.S. Department of Defense Standards.
- Additional Information
SKU 101233 Country of Manufacture United States Mfr. Part Number EFB-200 GSA Contract GS-07F-045GA Technical Specifications 1/4" NPT inflation port Equipped with stainless steel quick disconnect for inflation 3/4" NPT stainless steel ball valve for deflating Pressure relief valves set to release at 2.5 psi above ambient pressure Product Links
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Yes I have an old steel float boathouse and the back is sinking and I need to install more Styrofoam under it. But I need to lift it up. Will this work or do I need bigger ones?
Question by: Kevin on Apr 29, 2017 12:03:00 AM
This type of question comes up somewhat frequently. Without having more information about your boat, like the displacement, dimensions, water depth, etc. it is not possible for us to say if this bag or other bags, or how many bags would be appropriate for you. We do not give engineering or rigging advice, but with additional information could at least say if what you had planned sounded reasonable. Good luck with your project!
Answer by: Ken (Admin) on Apr 24, 2017 3:35:00 PM
For moving a 900 boat lift in and out of the water each season, am I better off w/ one 1000lb bag, 2x 500lb bags or another option?
I need two bags that are about 72" long with a lifting capacity of about 250 - 300 lbs. each. Do you have longer, narrower bags such as this?
Question by: Jim Schaffer on Nov 21, 2017 3:53:00 PM
The longer bags that we offer will be the Salvage Pontoons. They are more of a cylinder shape. You can view all the sizes, along with the dimensions and pricing, at the following link.
Answer by: Hunter Stockton (Admin) on Nov 21, 2017 4:37:00 PM
Question by: Dominic Macri on Jul 15, 2017 1:50:00 AM
The EFB-200 has one contact point on the bottom for you to secure it to the item you're trying to lift. Once secure, connect the bag to an air compressor and fill with air. Once filled with air the bag will float, bringing your item up with it.
Answer by: Conrad Coe (Admin) on Jul 18, 2017 1:26:00 PM