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Pump Up Air Wedge Lifting Bags - Pack of 4

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Pump Up Air Wedge Lifting Bags - Pack of 4

Rutlands    Part No. DK7082

• Pack of 4 x inflatable air lifting bags
• Pump, lift, level and fix with ease
• Height adjustment from 3mm to 70mm
• Bulb pump with release valve for fast inflation and deflation
• Lift up to a maximum of 120kg per bag
• Ideal for fixing window and door frames, and kitchen cabinets
• Great for levelling fridges, freezers, tables and work benches

These inflatable air lifting bags make fixing and levelling fast, simple and exact. They are ideal for fitting and fixing internal doors and door frames, window frames and sills, kitchen units and are excellent for lifting and levelling household and office furniture, washing machines, fridges freezers, fish tanks and more. Each bag can, via the bulb pump and release valve, raise and lower a workpiece up to 120kg in weight to a height ranging from 3mm to 70mm. You simply inflate or deflate so that the workpiece is held in the position required.

Made from a heavy duty, coated tarpaulin these bags are tear resistant and very tough. The inflatable bags are supplied as a pack of 4 so that shop fitters, cabinet makers and joiners can level frames and doors both horizontally and vertically prior to fixing. For heavy workpieces and fire doors two bags may be required to achieve both horizontal and vertical alignment. These inflatable bags will prove to be an invaluable tool in the home or workshop and come highly recommended.
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  • Brand Rutlands
    Max Load 120kg
    Height Range 3mm to 70mm
    Size 165mm x 165mm
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  • Rating: review score 5
    Written By: S O''rourke
    If you have to work on your own with items that are too heavy to lift safely then I think these are a must. This morning I used 2 (on piles of old computer manuals) to lift a radiator off the brackets so I could attach a water hose at one end and a waste hose at the other to flush it out. Very well made and tough. Excellent in both concept and execution.
  • Rating: review score 5
    Written By: Pete Tankersley
    We manufacturer and install oak frame conservatories and we use these lifts when setting out on the concrete foundations. They are made from a very heavy material that does not rip or tear even under our conditions. Great product.
  • Rating: review score 5
    Written By: J. Hardy
    I normally use wooden wedges however wedges have a tendency to slip just when you don't want them to. As these bags inflate through out they form a flattish lifting surface which creates more resistance to slipping. Very good and would recommend
  • Rating: review score 5
    Written By: Daniel Forton
    I needed to level a large chest freezer that was half full. Inserted the bag flat and pumped it up to the desired height - then pushed in a wooden batten to secure in place. Simple concept that works really well.
  • Rating: review score 5
    Written By: David D.
    As a self employed kitchen fitter who works on his own these air wedges are invaluable. A lot of floors are uneven and trying to level the units sometimes requires five hands. I can know half inflate each bag and insert them under a length of units and then inflate or deflate accordingly. Great invention.
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