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Barton Marine ClamSeal Inflatable Repair

Barton Marine ClamSeal Inflatable Repair

Description

The Barton Marine ClamSeal Inflatable Repair instantly repairs splits and tears up to 90 mm in length without the use of any hand tools or adhesive.

Features

  • Requires no adhesive or tape
  • Can be used above or below the waterline
  • Reuseable again and again
List Price
$31.85
Your Price
$22.94
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ClamSeal™ is a glue-less repair system that instantly repairs small tears or splits in inflatables above or below the waterline - regardless of the fact that the material may be wet.
The system works by using two half 'shells' that screw together tightly, using the inflatable material itself as a water and air tight seal. It is quick and easy to fit and effects an immediate repair which can keep you afloat until a more permanent repair can be made.

  • Quick and easy to fit
  • Can be used on wet materials
  • Provides an instant repair

The ClamSeal™ can be carried as part of your emergency equipment onboard. It can be used at sea, on shore; even underwater as no adhesive or tape is involved. The clever mechanics of the ClamSeal™ design mean this simple product can keep you safely afloat.
The ClamSeal™ has now become a permanent part of the safety kit on many RIBs around the world and is continuing to amaze those who have used them - an effective, low cost solution to an otherwise complicated problem.

ClamSeal™ is suitable for use on:

  • RIBs
  • Dinghies
  • Liferafts
  • Buoyancy bags
  • Virtually any inflatable product
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Barton Marine ClamSeal Inflatable Repair 60 001 ClamSeal inflatable repair
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