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If you a wreck or an ocean species diver, a Scuba Lift Bag is a must-have for you. Dip ’N Dive carries several Lift Bags that can serve many different purposes. We offer Scuba Lift Bags that are used to raise an object underwater to the surface or those that can also mark a diver’s location both underwater and as a safety sausage on the surface. Consider the necessary capacity of the bag and then choose a fitting option at Dip ’N Dive store.
Standard 50 Pound Lift BagStandard 50 Pound Lift Bag-Traditional open bottom design-50 lbs. of positive lift-Rolls up to compact size-316 stainless...View full details
Deluxe 50 Pound Lift BagDeluxe 50 Pound Lift Bag• 50 lbs. of positive lift• Anti-spill bottom with baffle to allow easy fill from any second stage•...View full details
The Hollis Lift Bag is just what you need to raise or mark items.The Hollis Lift Bag is just what you need to raise or mark items.Details60lb Lift ...View full details
140 lb lift bag w/over pressure valve and pressure release puller140 lb lift bag w/over pressure valve and pressure release puller
70 lb lift bag w/over pressure valve and pressure release puller70 lb lift bag w/over pressure valve and pressure release puller
The shape and the configuration of the fitting lift bag will depend on your flotation needs and dive environment. As for the construction, there are open (parachute) lift bags and closed lift bags, or as they are also called camels.
The open bottom lift bags are filled with air from the top and displace water out of the bottom. Once the bag is buoyant enough to lift the attached object, it will start to float to the surface. If a bag is partially filled, it will accelerate as it ascends due to the air expanding at reduced pressure. A full bag will overflow or blow off excess volume through the relief valves. The shape of an open lifting bag is most often designed to distribute the volume in a vertical rather than a horizontal direction so that the open end of the bag always remains underwater.
Closed lift bags are slightly less volatile but come in a wide range of sizes with different lift capacities.
It is important to select a lift bag with an appropriate capacity for the task at hand. If the bag is too small, it may fail to lift the desired object, whereas the grossly oversized bag may cause a runaway or out of control ascent. Most modern lifting bags incorporate dump valves to enable the diver to control the bags buoyancy during ascent, so pay attention to this feature when making your choice.