Forensic Underwater Body Recovery Bag
Designed for divers recovering an underwater body, whilst maintaining vital forensic evidence.
FORENSIC UNDERWATER BODY RECOVERY BAGS
Designed for use by divers, and manufactured from a fine mesh nylon material with a polyurethane coated nylon section at the top. It has a drawstring closure and six lifting points. The fine mesh retains evidential material whist allowing water to drain from the bag, and the size of the bag and large mouth facilitates capture of particles in the area of water surrounding the casualty.
Key Features & Equipment Benefits:
- Specifically designed to be used by dive teams.
- Made from a fine mesh Nylon material, with a polyurethane-coated Nylon top section
- Drawstring close feature, with six lifting points for easy handling
- The fine mesh keeps important forensic material safely in the bag, but drains water effectively
- Favoured by Police and Blue Light organisations worldwide.
- Large mouth on bag to capature particles in the target area of water around the casualty / body.
- Can be used in coordination with the other I.C. Brindle Forensic & Body Recovery Equipment — including the SB Forensic System.
- Material: Fine mesh nylon with polyurethane coated nylon section at the top
- Dimensions: Girth 2.3m x Length 2.4m
- Weight: 1.9Kg
- Country Of Manufacture : United Kingdom
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Used by dive teams.
Made from a fine mesh Nylon material
Polyurethane-coated Nylon top section
Drawstring close feature
Six lifting points for easy handling
The fine mesh keeps important forensic material safely in the bag
Drains water effectively
Large mouth on bag to capature particles in the target area of water around the casualty / body.
Material: Fine mesh nylon with polyurethane coated nylon section at the top
Dimensions: Girth 2.3m x Length 2.4m
Country Of Manufacture : United Kingdom
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