Salvage Tubes are highly versatile in the number of ways in which they can be deployed. They can be used as pontoons for supporting docks and other floating structures and they are also excellent for pipe-laying and other underwater construction projects, but where Salvage Tubes really come into their own is when they are used in raising sunken boats.
They can be used vertically to bring the boat out of deep water. When the boat is suspended near the surface they can be slung under the boat with one end on each side to raise the boat high enough out of the water to pump out. In shallow water, two bags can be slung together, one on each side of the boat, like pontoons. They can also be used as rollers for moving beached boats back into the water.
|Part Number||Lift (lbs)||Bag Size (W x H)||Volume (Cu Ft)|
|CA CBST-2000||2000||180 x 29||32|
|CA CBST-3000||3000||264 x 29||48|
|CA CBST-10000||10000||210 x 66||158|