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Complementing the CLT range of high-pressure lifting bags, the CBP range of low-pressure bags can be used to lift loads of 1.5 - 5 tonnes over ...Read more

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Complementing the CLT range of high-pressure lifting bags, the CBP range of low-pressure bags can be used to lift loads of 1.5 - 5 tonnes over substantial lifting heights. Depending upon the model selected, the CBP inflatable bag can deliver a lifting height of 400 - 760mm.

The CBP lifting bag is manufactured from a base fabric which is coated on both sides with synthetic rubber, assembled by hot vulcanization in a single operation. With their specific design, limited thickness when deflated and high flexibility, the CBP range offers high-performance lifting bags with a limited footprint.

CBPs are provided with a compressed air connection of the “express” type.

The CBP is specifically used in road accident recovery operations.

The CBP is specifically used in road accident recovery operations.
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