Address: No. 66, Hongkong Road, Fenglin, Weihai Economic and Technological Development Zone
How does the rubber boat deflate?
It depends on what you buy the inflatable gas mouth, ordinary rubber boats, is black, unscrew directly, with a small stick with the inside of the valve plug line, advanced rubber boats are usually gray gas mouth, mouth twisted KaiQi external rung, and see there is a spring of the protuberant part, and hold it down, and then loosen the counterclockwise, inflatable twist in the opposite direction when the inflatable again can.
Love water sports? How to choose your favorite inflatable yacht? Set sail houseboat is explained to everybody in detail here, hope has certain help to your shopping inflatable houseboat.
The following questions should be considered for the ship selection trilogy:
1. Balance the contradiction between portability and water performance to choose the proper form of floor
2. Select the right hull materials according to the ship's working environment
Buy the largest boat in your budget and space requirements
1. Proper floor
The structure of the bottom board of an inflatable ship directly affects portability, convenience of installation, volume of storage and water performance. Synthetic plastic, fiberglass or aluminum alloy inflatable ships with v-shaped bottoms perform well in flight, but must be transported and stored by trailer and hanger. Flexible fabric bottom boats can be folded very tightly, but at the expense of some waterborne performance. If you want the ship to take off at a speed of at least 5mph(8kph), a ship with a semi-hard bottom is a must.
Rubber dinghy with soft bottom
Economical boats, such as mini dinghies or mini dinghies, are very easy to install and carry. They are more suitable for use near the coast and in small areas of water, fishing or camping. They have an inflated floor and do not need to be removed during storage. Powered by OARS or electric motors, these swimming coils are the least expensive and the most basic.
Similar to the previous kind of rubber dinghy, this kind of dinghy does not need to remove the bottom board when transporting. We can turn it on in a few minutes, inflate it, launch it. The floor is made of fabric and covered with a lath. You don't usually have to remove these sticks. This boat has a tail plate, so you can use a small power outrigger. The ship has the advantage of being simple, but its flat and small power drive is designed to prevent it from taking off and is only suitable for activities in ports and calm waters.
The bottom of a sports inflatable boat is removable, usually made of composite wood or aluminum alloy. The bottom plate is fastened and connected in a solid aluminum groove from both sides. The bottom is well installed, and after being inflated by both the port side air chamber and the cone-shaped dragon air chamber, the bottom of the boat is stretched to form a shallow V shape, which makes it better for turning and tracking and drainage than a flat boat. This form of bottom plate makes it heavier than regular rubber dinghy, but can be installed with 6-25 HP outboard to run faster and cost effective.
Pneumatic bottom boat
A sport boat, changing its wooden bottom to a high-pressure inflatable bottom, becomes an inflatable bottom boat (sometimes called an inflatable bottom boat). It combines the excellent performance of sport boats and the light portability of soft bottom boats. Its unique high pressure pneumatic floor (pressure to 11psi) is very light. When the air is released, it can be rolled into the boat. It can be launched immediately after the launch, with the small power external hangers can achieve good performance, let us be very surprised. This is due to its small weight. The whole ship can bend slightly just enough to absorb the shock of the waves, which can throw people out on a ship with a hard bottom. Although a little more expensive than a regular sport boat, it combines a lot of advantages, not mediocrity. Installation time is very, very short!
A stiff-backed ship (RIBs) or a hard-shell ship
The RIBs have the feeling and presentation of a real "boat" with proper rigidity and a deep V shaped bottom. Its fibreglass hulls can cut through waves like ordinary hard-shell ships, and are impervious to the impact of high-speed motion, sand rocks and diving tanks. But unlike normal hard-shell ships, the inflatable side of the hull makes the hull more stable and buoyant.
But it does a good job of not being portable at the same time. The hull cannot be disassembled and carried in collapsible bags. It takes up a lot less space than it does without, but it still takes up some space. Therefore, we generally recommend it to people who have conditions to store the air on the deck of the mother ship or on the davit rack without air release or on the open deck after air release. Of course, its light weight also makes it easy to transport by trailer.
Compact or folding RIBs
The compact RIBs have a articulated folding beam, which allows it to greatly reduce the volume of the package, from taking air out of the roof rack to taking 10 minutes to the water. The hull material is polyester fiber with fiber glass or RIMTEC injection mold. The bottom of the ship takes the shape of shallow V. The crossbar of the composite board is firmly attached to the aeration tube. Use a hinge to connect the bottom plate to the crossbar so that the crossbar folds when stored. You can pack it with a large zipper bag that looks like a large surfboard. Still, it was a little big, and it was better placed under the forecastle or Boom than the standard kind. It can be transported in the overhead rack or in the luggage compartment of the station wagon.
Two-body sport boat
The sport boats with dual inflatable side are the best performance among the inflatable ship types. The improved Cats ship and its cousin, the military inflatable boat sport Cats, are the next generation of South African coast surfing high-speed rescue boats from the early 1980s. The boats can reach speeds of up to 65mph(104 KPH) and can be used in windy, high-wave waters. The sport Cats, which are typically two crew members, are called zapCats in the United Kingdom and Europe, ThunderCats in South Africa, New Zealand and Australia, and are included in the A.P.B.A inflatable boat race in the United States. It's a nascar-like race on water. Google this online and you will be attracted to it. The improved Cats are a traditional version of these incredible dinghies.
Ordinary flat-bottomed boats, along with two wedged water fins made of high-pressure air ducts and high-density rubber, form a cavernous hull that can provide instant lift, and the high-speed spacetime air cushion feels remarkably stable. The inner edge of the wedge clench body of water and the outer edge of the wedge slip body of water, ensuring that the ship does not roll. This allows the boat to turn sharply at very high speeds. Larger main tanks and longer beams can also carry more weight and maintain a more stable posture.
There are additional advantages to the improved Cats: the cavernous hull design effectively increases speed (smaller motors, less fuel consumption), very flexible and accurate reverse operation (unlike any other inflatable boat), and makes paddling easier. Finally, it can be easily towed behind other power machines and navigation boats.
2. Select appropriate materials: Hypalon rubber cloth or PVC?
What kind of hull material you use depends on what environment you normally use it in. Two options: polyurethane for cover PVC and Hypalon(face mask neoprene). Both materials are strong, durable and reliable and can be used in any environment. But if you play in the tropics most of the time, the Hypalon rubber boat will be more durable because it's better at resisting uv rays.
The structure of PVC and Hypalon boats is often different, but both are reliable. Some manufacturers use pressure welding techniques to weld pieces of PVC together at joints that are even stronger than the material itself. Also, since PVC surfaces are denser than Hypalon, the air pressure can be a little lower than Hypalon rubber boats.
Hypalon inflatable boats (and some PVC inflatable boats) are typically bonded with a high strength adhesive. Compared with the automatic welding factory of PVC, this is a labor-intensive production method and also the weakness of some cheap boats. Therefore, this manual work must pay attention to guarantee the quality.
What boat is best for you?
Aside from the "bigger is better" argument, there are several factors to consider. One is the warranty period of the boat. A good factory and retailer can provide a longer warranty period. The second is accessories, valves and hardware: if you are a first-time boat buyer, one of the things that can be easily overlooked is the quality of the boat's equipment and accessories. The gap in cheap boats is huge. But if they are not used in person, buyers will not be aware of the impact of these substandard products. A good manufacturer will provide good stainless steel grippers, strong aluminum paddles, reliable gas valves and efficient air pumps. These will help you to complete the boat's aeration process with minimal effort.
But still buy the right size boat!! Larger boats are significantly more maneuverable than small boats, with the 2.7-meter and 3-meter long boats varying in handling, load and travel due to different water contact areas. Unless you've tried both, the difference is bigger than you think. A vessel smaller than 2.7 can take off, but does not perform well and can easily lose its flight status. A 10-foot (especially 11-foot) boat speeds up less when the bow is raised and can maintain flight at a lower speed. They are also less sensitive to small changes in direction, which makes driving easier. Large hull size also makes the ship less likely to get wet. A longer boat can have more space inside, and the space inside an inflatable boat is usually limited by a large air chamber and the shape of the bow. A 9 '3' boat is actually only 7 feet long, while the rest of the length is in the v-shaped bow. For every extra inch the captain added, there was an extra inch of interior space and a 14% increase in floor area.
Buying a smaller boat is often considered to be stored on the deck or on swimming steps without venting, or to be easily carried by aircraft and cars. Usually only two people cooperate during transportation. If you don't have much space or just you and your spouse, an 8-foot boat will do. You may not regret buying a big ship, but you may regret buying a small boat and not being able to use it. If weight is the main factor, then the inflatable HP boat and HP-V inflatable boat can be selected. Both boats are very good, very light, and the 4HP to 25HP motors are available and easy to take off. Their high speed, handling and portability will make you feel comfortable using them.
It's not too difficult to find the perfect inflatable boat, as long as you choose the right materials according to your boat type preferences and the use environment. A solid inflatable boat can take 10 years or more. When all is said and done, you will find your unbeatable multi-function inflatable boat.
HARD BOTTOM BOAT