WITH ADVANCED INSPECTION & CLEANING
OF PUBLIC, COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL WATER ASSETS
Fast, safe and cost-effective water asset inspections identify key risks, help plan maintenance, reduce the cost of whole life ownership and drive better asset performance.
Asset data is captured either with the asset out of service and empty or while full and, in some cases, still in live service - including treated drinking water assets.
Using advanced remote observation equipment such as ROVs, outdoor and indoor drones or other bespoke floating or underwater data gathering platforms significantly reduces H&S risks, costs and disruptions to service.
Inspections are also done with fully qualified confined space person entry when remote inspection is not possible or when is part of other internal activities such as cleaning.
We clean hundreds of water assets each year. These range in size from small storage tanks in buildings up to large Service Reservoirs the size of football stadiums.
We have the advanced equipment, products, skills and experience to support even the most challenging projects.
This includes our own range of PM chemical biocidal cleaning agents that have been in use in treated drinking water assets since the early 1990s in UK and since 2008 in the US.
With our fleet of Robotic Underwater Cleaners as part of our offerings, we are particularly proud to have responded to the innovation needs of the UK potable drinking water market over the last 17 years as we both introduced and continue to pioneer the use of underwater cleaning technology in drinking water as well as in other water assets.
A Combined Service Offering
Most of our clients face several challenges in managing their water assets.
The starting point is often an inspection to better understand the challenge. Routine maintenance is essential and performance upgrades reduce future challenges.
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