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Barton Clam Seal

Barton Clam Seal
Barton Clam Seal
Barton Clam Seal

Patented award winning design

Glue-less repair system

Instant patch for small tears or splits

90mm maximum split length

Use on inflatables above or below the waterline


More Information

Barton ClamSeal™ is an innovative design for making instant repairs to inflatable tubes or sponsons on dinghies, RIBs, liferafts, buoyancy bags and inflatable kayaks, canoes or paddleboards

A ClamSeal™ is compact enough to be stowed in your onboard emergency grab bag.
It can be used at sea, on shore or even underwater as no adhesive tape is involved.
The clever mechanics of the patented design mean this simple addition to your onboard inventory can keep you afloat until a more effective repair can be made.

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™ Facts and Features:

  • Patented glue-less repair system
  • Instant repairs to small tears or splits in inflatable tubes or sponsons
  • For patching above or below the waterline
  • Maximum repair length 90mm (3 1/2'') 
  • No need for hand tools or adhesive
  • Works just as well on wet material
  • Re-usable again and again
  • Quick and easy to fit
  • Immediately effective

The system works by using two half 'shells' that screw together tightly, using the inflatable material itself to make a water-tight and air-tight seal

Barton ClamSeal ™ User Instructions

  1. Open the ClamSeal™ and insert the base plate into the split
    Clamseal Instructions 1
  2. Pull the plates of the ClamSeal™ together, across the split, using the lanyard
    ClamSeal Instructions 2
  3. With the 2 plates pulled together, simply hand-tighten the nut for a Clam-tight seal
    ClamSeal Instructions 3
  4. Reinflate and you are safe to continue on your way
    ClamSeal Instructions 4