Potable Divers is first and foremost dedicated to preserving our natural resources. We have spent over ten years developing and researching the most economical yet effective way to clean and inspect water tanks.
Potable Divers utilizes divers allowing water districts to leave their tanks online, minimizing down time and water consumption, saving them 70+ percent of the water, money, and the time it would take to manually drain and clean the reservoir. Potable Divers uses 50% less
water and 45% less time than robotic means of cleaning as our vacuum system is over 5 feet wide and not limited on deployment due to tank and entry sizes, and internal appurtenances.
Using a highly trained and qualified dive team is the ONLY WAY to completely and thoroughly clean and inspect water storage facilities. Only Divers can remove debris, tighten securing hardware on ladders and safety supports, detect active leaks during the cleaning and inspection, make necessary and critical repairs, and hand clean and detail areas where a vacuum will not reach.
As the population in our cities grow larger, the demand for water grows at alarming rates and water providers must continue to provide service for the public. Overwhelmed by the demand, they are trying to find new ways to save water, time and money, while effectively keeping the water clean and safe to drink.
Using Divers allows our clients to leave their tanks online, thus minimizing down time and water consumption, saving over 70% of the water, money and time it would take to manually clean the reservoir, with the end result being a more clean and safe environment. PDI has
robotics but are only used in other aspects of commercial diving. Robotics are not used in Potable water tanks for cleaning as they are not as effective ,and cannot provide the hand cleaning detail needed to assure all sumps, drain lines, column bases, pipes, corners, seams,
mixing systems, and all internal appurtenances are completely cleaned.
Sediment less than 1/2 inch deep can insulate bacteria from disinfectant chemicals. Our cleaning service eliminates bacteria and offers solutions to health problems in potable water facilities.
All services are recorded with high quality color video and sound on DVD. Video in conjunction with Digital Photos are used for a full computer generated report.
Live video and communications allow our clients to communicate directly with the diver while services are being performed.
Our proprietary underwater vacuum system is one of a kind. Featuring a rotating brush we have the ability to control the speed and torque of the brush, allowing us to pick up heavier sediments, scrub problem areas, or pick up very fine loose debris and sediments.
The vacuum head is also made of glass so it can be observed both inside and outside, by our clients and our divers, to ensure the surfaces cleaned, are scrubbed by the brush.
Successful installation of gate valves butterfly valves, check valves, side gates, transducers and other telemetry. Trash rack cleaning removal and installation. Cofferdam designs, installation and removal, Hypalon liners, covers, baffle walls, repairs, installation and removal.
With more than 20 years of experience we have successfully completed the most challenging underwater tasks including salvage diving. We salvage things such as boats, helicopters, airplanes, boat docks, things that sink. Potable Divers takes pride in our ability to mobilize quickly in responding to emergency situations. With highly experienced personnel and equipment dedicated to emergency response PDI can mobilize and be anywhere in the 12 western states in 24 hours or less. Our offices are located in eastern Utah, western Nevada and southern Arizona each with equipment and personnel available to handle the most critical and difficult underwater projects. Our staff equipment and resources are unmatched.
PDI has the experience, ingenuity, and equipment to complete the most difficult underwater challenges.
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