Our team of highly trained DCBC certified divers have over a decade of experience doing some of the most challenging potable-water jobs in Canada.
Following (AWWA) Standard C65c-02 regulations, we sanitize our equipment every time it goes into the reservoir. This includes the diver, who uses a vulcanized rubber suit, making cross contamination between reservoirs non-existent.
With experience in rope access and tickets in high angle rescue, we can scale water reservoirs and towers, giving a full visual inspection inside and out.
This gives us the ability to clean and service your water systems without draining or disrupting your municipality's water service, saving you time and money.
Upgrades can be done without any major disruption using coffer dams and pigs to hook up new lines, while keeping the system hot. This is a crucial advantage in high risk fire areas where having no fire suppression is not an option.
With years of sediment, build up your system will be prone to bacterial growth and chlorine loss. Cleaning regularly helps prevent the transfer of waterborne illness, pathogens, and contaminating poisons, such as high concentrations of fluoride.
With our specialized reservoir cleaning equipment we can clean your system, keeping the turbidity down.
As we clean your reservoir, we can De-Chlorinate the material coming out to keep the environmental impact down to a minimum.
Leak detection and repair can be done using epoxy to patch potential wholes and cracks that have the potential to break down over time, causing more problems in the long run.
Installation of Fall Protection Devices can be done to help protect your employees every time they are on your reservoir. With many older reservoirs not having hand rails, it is imperative to be vigilant and install rigging points for future use.
With good relationships with engineering firms, we can give engineering support on your next project.
Baffle wall Curtains can be engineered and installed to help circulate the water keeping it from getting stagnant in your reservoir.
Let us protect your underwater assets with our inspection, maintenance, and repair (IMR) program. This ensures your structures are tracked through out their life, ensuring their longevity is maximized to their full potential.
With experience and proper gear, we can dive in any contaminate.
The first step with grey water diving is having the right procedures in place to protect our divers. With the proper cleaning station and gear, we can make a challenging project a non-issue.
Nuclear Diving can be done by CMC Subsea for inspections, preventative maintenance, and emergent issues.
Pulp-mill Diving can be done to ensure all intakes are in good operating condition. Usually, with zero visibility in tailing ponds, it can be difficult to navigate and inspect, but our highly trained crew are up for any challenge.
Let us protect your underwater assets with our inspection, maintenance and repair (IMR) program. This ensures your structures are tracked through out their life, ensuring their longevity is maximized to their full potential.