Ship launching airbags are also known as
inflatable marine airbags, roller bags, air lift bags, and salvage
bags. Marine Airbags range in size from 0.8 to 2.5m diameter, with
lengths of 5.0m to 24.0m 'effective length'. Marine Airbags are
used for ship launching, haulouts, loading, and floating. They are
widely used in cargo boat launching and landing, lifting and moving
sunken ships, and salvaging stranded boats. Marine Rubber Air bags
have the benefit of not only saving labor and time, but investment
costs. Additionally they are flexible, portable, and
1. Higher content Natural Rubber materials, 56%. Higher
content natural rubber prove to be superior quality.
2. Gas Tightness. We design to secure the Pressure Decrease
is not exceeding 5% around approximately 72 hours
3. Configuration of Airbag Layers. Layers should mean
corresponding synthetic tyre cord layers and additional rubber
layers combination to secure longer lifespan.
4. Breaking force of Synthetic-Tyre-Cord. Every strand is
over 31kgs breaking force to reinforce the tensile strength.
4-layer bags that are 1.5m dia x 15m long contain a rubber content
that is not less than 51%. The airbags can safely hold 156-tons
with a safe working pressure of 0.08MPa while rolling. When
standing still the highest lifting pressure is 0.10MPa while
6-layer bags that are 1.5m dia x 15m long contain a rubber content
that is not less than 51%. The marine airbags can safely hold
234-tons with a safe working pressure of 0.12MPa while rolling.
When standing still the highest lifting pressure is 0.14MPa while
AirbagTeam Marine is strongly capable of fabricating up to 12
layers, especially used for salvage and refloatation as salvage
airbag or salvage pontoon.
For price quotes - please answer the following
Type of vessel?
2. LOA (length) of ship?
3. Width of vessel?
4. Vessel's actual launched weight (gravity weight)/weight without
5. What is the vessel's DWT?
6. Type of ground ship is built on? (Dirt, concrete,
7. Depth in meters of the water where the ship first enters the
8. What's the angle degree of slipway? (Land, not under
9. Please provide the low/high tide schedule at site.
10. The working height? (The block stand height under the
11. Distance from bottom of propeller to the water level?
12. Distance from back of vessel (in dry dock) to the water entry