List of inflatable manufactured goods
This is a non-comprehensive list of inflatable manufactured goods, as no such list could ever completely contain all items that regularly change. An inflatable is an object that can typically be inflated with a gas, including air, hydrogen, helium and nitrogen. Some can be inflated with liquids, such as waterbeds and water balloons.
Inflatable manufactured goodsEdit
- Balloon (aircraft)
- Ball for team handball
- Barrage balloon
- Beach ball
- Bubble wrap
- Buoyancy compensator (scuba diving)
- Inflatable building
- Inflatable castle
- Inflatable costume
- Inflatable movie screen
- Inflatable pool
- Inflatable rat
- Inflatable rubber dam
- inflatable safety belt
- Inflatable space habitat
- Inflatable tunnel
- Inner tubes
- Medical devices
- Personal flotation device – some are inflated with air or from carbon dioxide gas canisters
- Pneumatic bladder
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