Commercial and professional salvage divers
can find exactly what they need for every job with SUBSALVE. And there can be
remarkable advantages in using lift bags versus other commercial lifting methods.
This is especially true when alternative lifting gear is either not available,
too costly, or cannot get to the site on time.
A case in point
is ship salvage. The use of totally enclosed floatation bags attached inside of
sunken vessels reduces the number of conventional bags that must be rigged to
the outside of the wreck. Less rigging time means less diving time and lower costs.
When it comes to working in and around water nothing works as efficiently as SUBSALVE
USA Lift Bags.
Lift Bag Professional Lift Bag
Enclosed Flotation Lift Bag Salvage
The Sonofagun, a 38 foot lobster
boat, went down in 115 feet of water off Vinal Haven, Maine. About
a year after it went down, we located the boat, rigged it with Subsalve
bags and brought it to the surface, really in excellent condition.
Even though the boat was in pretty
deep water, we didn't need any bags or cranes, we did the whole
thing with Subsalve bags.