Tag Archive: water

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

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

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

Water, water everywhere… but do you know if it is safe to drink?

Water is classed in many different ways, but what are the differences between potable, raw and dirty water? Potable Water Potable water is drinking water. The water can be used in the preparation… Continue reading

Going with the flow – Culverts

Culverts are a structure that allows water to flow under another structure, normally a footpath, road or railway line. A simple culvert may be a pipe under a road, while a more complex… Continue reading

Keeping Your Pool’s Health In The Balance

If your swimming pool is a deck level pool, a vanishing edge pool or has a wave machine, then chances are that it will have a balance tank. Balance tanks are used to… Continue reading

In the Drink – Diving in potable water

Did you know we can dive in drinking water, otherwise known as potable water? Enclosed water reservoirs are located in underground bunkers on hilltops all around the country.  These reservoirs hold enough water… Continue reading