Tag Archive: Diving

A Safe Way for you to Work Over Water – Pontoons

Pontoons offer a flexible, effective solution to gaining safe access to structures over and alongside water. The pontoons are light, and being modular, can be assembled to fit almost any configuration.  This is… Continue reading

Underwater Concrete Repair Work

Underwater concreting is widely used in today’s marine and inland waterway construction industries in the stabilisation of various structures and in erosion areas such as piers, foreshores, harbours and tidal zones. Inevitably, due… Continue reading

What do you do if a tile breaks underwater?

There are many reasons why swimming pool floor tiles can fail or become damaged. Once exposed, broken tiles can present a serious Health and Safety risk. This is because their razor sharp edges… Continue reading

How to Avoid Cut feet and underwater entrapment in your pool!

Leisure centres often contact us once an accident has already happened. A pool user has cut their feet in the shallow end of the pool. At this point the damage has been done… Continue reading

Anode Installation you can count on!

One of the services in frequent demand at Commercial & Specialised Diving is the installation of sacrificial anodes. This is a highly skilled operation that requires underwater welding. Sacrificial anodes help protect submerged… Continue reading

Tis the season to be busy

November has proved to be our busiest month ever, with enquiries at a company record high. Commercial & Specialised Diving would like to thank all or our loyal returning customers as well as… Continue reading

Tis the season to be busy

November has proved to be our busiest month ever, with enquiries at a company record high. Commercial & specialised Diving would like to thank all of our loyal returning customers as well as… Continue reading

Drain down disasters and how to fix them

What do you do if tiles start to pop off when the pool is refilled? Drain it again? No, contact Commercial & Specialised Diving immediately! When pools are re-filled, this often leads to… Continue reading

Are your outlet grilles a lethal danger to swimmers?

‘There should be at least two outlets per suction line at a sufficient distance apart to prevent a body being drawn or trapped by two suction line outlets. The amount of suction produced… Continue reading

Do not drain your pool at Christmas!

Christmas is a traditional time for leisure centres to shut down and carry out annual maintenance on their swimming pool. This can involve draining the pool dry, however doing so could cost more… Continue reading