Offshore Dive Chambers

Offshore Dive Chambers

An offshore and marine service provider chose Dri Ice Global and SPG to complete the refurbishment of seven off shore dive chambers aboard the one of the fleets vessel. Utilising High Intensity Co2 blasting within the confined spaces of the dive chambers, the project was successfully completed in Frederickshavn, Denmark during January 2017.

 


Specialist Painting Group were asked to support on offshore and marine service provider with the refurbishment of the dive chambers whilst the vessel was docked at frederickshavn in Denmark.  The dive chambers exhibited areas of localised corrosion due to the degradation of the existing coating system.  Due to the confined space restrictions within the dive chambers, traditional methods of surface preparation were not feasible.  SPG utilised high intensity Co2 blasting to remove the existing coating system, corrosion products and surface contamination.  Once the dive chamber surfaces had been prepared SPG applied a two component solvent-free modified polyamine cured epoxy system.

 

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