We investigated various solutions to the hull cleaning problem, ending up in the very costly solution of taking the ships out to shipyards. Afterwards, the single brush method was utilized and the hull cleaning became more mechanical.
There were many types of hydraulic and electrical hull cleaning brush machines. The BRUSH-KARTTM soon became the undisputed leader of its category. The BRUSH-KARTTM machine needs only one diver and is proven throughout the years to be the most reliable and durable system that can possibly be constructed.
Along the hull cleaning & propeller polishing services described here above, service stations around the world usually offer a range of related underwater husbandry services such as inspections through CCTV in lieu of dry-docking for the major Classification Societies, welding/cutting, replacement of anodes, plugging and other jobs.
Sea Service Diving and Marine specialise in propeller polishing and repairs. These works are carried out adhering to the guidelines and requirements of the Environmental Protection Authority and the Unites States Navy.
In an effort to achieve minimum fuel burn and 100% propeller efficiency with the assistance of a clean hull Sea Service Diving and Marine utilises modern techniques to achieve the propeller designer’s requirements for the surface finish of the propeller. The techniques employed have had proven results in reducing the fuel burn on both recreational and commercial vessels of all sizes. Sea Service will also make note of any chips and folds found on your propellers whilst conducting a thorough clean. Our divers are trained in correcting any imperfections and can also offer photography and a full comprehensive propeller report for your convenience.