Florescence Marine Salvage Lift Bags
Florescence Marine Salvage Lift Bags are another application for launching marine airbags after the ship has been renewed. The Florescence marine salvage airbag is designed with a lifting strap and shackle on the launcher's launch airbag.
Marine Salvage Lift bags are the most rugged airbag bags. It can be used as a rescue buoy to support docks and other floating structures. It can also be used to salvage shipwrecks and rescue pontoons and docks. When the marine salvage airbag used in heavy salvage work works in harsh environments, it does become independent.
Marine Salvage Lift bags are the most rugged air lift bags. It can be used as a salvage buoy to support docks and other floating structures. It can also be used to salvage wrecks and rescue pontoon and dock construction. When the marine salvage airbag used in heavy-duty salvage work works in harsh environments, it does become self-contained.
Buoyancy List of Marine Salvage Lift Bags
Different combinations of diameter and length allow the ocean to salvage the airbag for different buoyancy. The maximum buoyancy of each sea-fishing airbag can reach 100 tons.
Marine Salvage Airbags Buoyancy(tons)
Marine Salvage Lift Bags can be inserted between the bottom of the ship and the sea floor to lift the sunken vessel, which partially restores the buoyancy of the vessel itself. Each salvage marine airbag can lift more than 200 tons under water. It is very useful for a stranded vessel to salvage this heavy lift function. Marine airbags are the most convenient tool for returning stranded ships to the water. One can insert the airbags into the bottom of the container and inflate them. With the push of a tugboat or the push of a bulldozer, the ship can easily enter the water through the airbag roll.
In some large ship salvage projects, Marine Salvage Lift Bags are often used to provide buoyancy to compensate for the lack of lifting capacity of barge cranes. The salvage airbag can be attached to the ship or loaded into the cabin to provide buoyancy assistance. People should control the lifting speed so that the airbag has enough time to discharge the expanded air through the overpressure valve.
Usually, the lifting speed is controlled at 1 meter per minute.
In some caissot launch projects, rescue airbags have proven to be very useful. In the past, when the water level of the launch mode was not deep enough, people would have to build a caisson for the second time after the launch of the caisson base. By using airbags at sea, one can add extra buoyancy to the caisson that is being fired to ensure a safe flotation.