FIRE TANK INSPECTIONS

Engaging a dive team to conduct insurance approved three and ten-year fire tank inspections can be a cost-effective solution where additional maintenance is required.  These ongoing inspections are required by law in addition to Fire Service testing on all fire storage tanks to ensure tanks are functional in the event of fire emergency. Often an ROV is utilised to conduct the inspections, but if damage is identified a diver will be required to conduct repairs as a secondary cost. East West

Dive's confined space qualified divers will be able to conduct a detailed 3-year inspection of the fire tanks and simultaneously undertake any debris removal, minor repairs and cleaning.  
10-Year inspections may require a full tank drain and pressure clean in addition to general nspection works.  A fully certified confined space team conduct tank inspections and any additional works including installation of tank liners, replacement of tank base, servicing of valves, roof repairs and
any other maintenance.  East West Dive will co-ordinate and conduct all works with safety and quality being the key focus.
Following the inspection of the fire tanks the administration team will provide a comprehensive report accompanied by digital photographs or, if preferred digital video of the inspection. 
All works conducted to AS 1851-2012 Water storage tanks for fire protection systems

SHIP'S CLASS SURVEY

East West Dive and Salvage is currently accredited with DNV to conduct in-water ships Class Surveys in accordance with Approval Programme no. 404 and IACS UR Z17. The certification always for In-water survey of Ships, High Speed and Light craft and Mobile Off-shore units to DNV class standard when completed in conjunction with DNV Class surveyors.

East West Dive and Salvage has the equipment, certifications, accreditations and experience to conduct In-Water ships inspections or survey for a multitude of purposes. Whether it is a Class survey, damage inspections, pest inspection and clearances or propeller obstruction, East West Dive and Salvage can assist with ship's diving requirements in Melbourne's Ports and Anchorages. All EWDS divers hold Maritime Security Induction Cards and Port of Melbourne Corporation site inducted to allow crews to access most shipping wharves within the Melbourne Port area, or if works at anchorage are required the company has suitable vessels to travel to Melbourne and Geelong anchorage.

A ships survey is conducted with live surface-feed video footage and direct diver communications to provide optimal opportunity for Ship's representatives and DNV Surveyors to question and guide the divers towards areas of interest. All video footage and a complete report is supplied to the ships representative, shipping agent and Surveyor on completions of operations