Tag Archive: Inspection

Are your Underwater Structures in a good condition? – UT Meter

An ultrasonic thickness (UT) meter is a tool commonly used by Commercial and Specialised Diving with reference to inspection work. The device is frequently used to monitor metal thickness on underwater structures. It… Continue reading

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

Tanks – Inspection, Repair & Maintenance – Our Speciality!

Tanks come in an amazing range of shapes and sizes and have innumerable uses. They may also be above or below ground, free-standing or ‘built-in’.  But there is one thing they all have… Continue reading

Lock Gate Refurbishment

Canals formed the backbone of transport around the country during the industrial revolution in the mid 1800’s. Today the canals are still used, however instead of being used for industrial use, they are… Continue reading

What makes a confined space dangerous?

Confined spaces are dangerous places and strict special Health & Safety Codes of Practice are required in order to enter them. Entering a confined space needs careful planning as they can be a… Continue reading

Seaworthy Inspection- When did you last inspect your hull?

All ships need regular inspection and maintenance to ensure they remain seaworthy. There are a few options for this. One way is to do a visual inspection of the ship in dry dock.… Continue reading

ROV Moving Floor Survey

Remotely operated vehicles (ROV’s) are often utilised by Commercial and Specialised Diving. The ROV that Commercial and Specialised Diving use is highly mobile and versatile. The ROV also contains a camera and is… Continue reading