Marine salvage airbags is one kind of professional floating buoyancy units for the vessel salvage and rescue industry. The main application of the “Marine Salvage Airbags” is in shipwreck salvage, floating bridge and dock construction, rescue, and removal of wrecked ships and beached vessels. Customers also can use it as pontoons for supporting docks and other floating structures. These salvage airbags are also excellent for the underwater construction projects to supply buoyancy.
This is one underwater park construction project. Korea construction company used our marine salvage airbags sink one old vessel into Gangwon-do Gyeongpo-do Underwater Park. They used two kinds marine airbags: parachute type salvage lift bags and enclosed cylindrical salvage lifting bags. The total buoyancy of marine salvage airbags are more than 660ton.
The marine airbags surface need to contact with the ship hull. In order to protect the airbags, we reinforce the surface and redesign its structure. It means DOOWIN can do any change according to customer’s request.
Do you want more information, please see the project video.
Why DOOWIN Marine Salvage Airbags?
Our marine salvage airbags are made of PVC coating fabric material. There are many types to meet the different application. Marine salvage airbags are very small in size when deflated, and are lightweight. Thus, they can be easily transported and deployed. Parachute salvage air bags can lifting the sunken vessels 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 it out. In shallow water two bags can be slung together like pontoons, one on each side of the boat.
Application of Marine Salvage Airbags
- Deep water salvage
- Ship salvage buoyancy support
- Shipwreck salvage
- Static buoyancy support
- Commercial and military use
- Subsea rigging
- Military equipment lifting
- Floating bridge supports
- Inflatable pontoons
- Extra buoyancy for pipe and cable
Advantages of Marine Salvage Airbags
- Light weight easy to operate
- Save storage and transportation cost
- Can be reinforced meet heavy duty request
- Equipped with safety valve, more safety
- Easy to install
- Various types meet different application
- Open bottom design for deep water use
- Pipeline buoyancy supports
- Bigger buoyancy compare with rubber airbags
- Without rubber airbags cone ends