Our Technologies

Relying on the experience of a qualified and certified staff, on state-of-the-art equipment and technologies, we can meet all market and industry requirements for any type of underwater work, in any location.

Welding & Cutting

Underwater cutting and welding are metalworking techniques used in underwater construction and marine salvage. Wet electrode welding and oxygen arc cutting are the main methods used. They're mostly applied to steel structures, as it's the most common weldable material in the underwater environment.


The marine construction industry operates underwater construction, which often requires commercial diving. Ship salvage involves recovering a ship and its cargo after a maritime accident, and commercial diving is the only immediate alternative. Regular ship maintenance involves cleaning its body, which commercial diving can help with at minimal cost.

Market Impact

Protecting the environment from oil spills and contamination is vital. Sometimes, a specialized diving company can provide a quick and cost-effective emergency response. Marine infrastructures require divers for maintenance works involving welding and cutting technologies, with a low-cost impact on the environment.