Float bags

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60south
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Re: Float bags

Postby 60south » Sun Feb 10, 2019 9:50 am

10,000 lbs of lift would be roughly 25x 55-gallon drums. Yikes!

Must be a big boat on the bottom... Good luck.

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Re: Float bags

Postby H20doctor » Sun Feb 10, 2019 12:27 am

thats A lot of lift ... what are you trying to resurrect off the sea floor ? 50 gallon drums would be yr best bet ...
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Re: Float bags

Postby mike77jm » Fri Feb 08, 2019 9:22 am

You might try contacting Bruce Higgins and/or talking to the folks over at Underwater Sports in Edmonds. Bruce uses large plastic drums for lifting boulders at the Edmonds Underwater Park. The only way I know to contact Bruce is to show up Saturday or Sunday morning at 9:00am at the underwater park there...probably easier just to call UWS. They might be able to give you some ideas.

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Float bags

Postby Cetacea » Thu Feb 07, 2019 3:14 pm

I’m seeking about 10,000 pounds of lift capacity in lift bags to rent or purchase for a recovery project. Anyone have any to sell or rent or know a good place to start. Internet has bags from 50 pounds to 100,000 pounds for purchase. Buying used or renting would be preferred.


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