Vietnam Divers Underwater Works and Underwater Ship Hull Cleaning and Propeller polishing:
Specializing in Underwater Ship Repair Maintenance & Inspections, AIM Control’s Divers underwater workrs dept. was founded in 1993 and was dedicated primarily to the needs of the maritime industry in the Ports of Hai Phong, Hochiminh (Sài Gòn, Ben nghe, Nha rong, ICT, Tan Cang, Bong sen) ports, Vung tau (Thi Vai, Phu My, ect.) ports, Nha trang (Vinashin, Cam ranh bay ect.) ports, Dung Quat (Doosan, Germedept, PTSC, ect.,) ports
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AIM Control is an independent Vietnam based company specializing in providing underwater diving and maintenance service to the shipping industry in Vietnam and the neighbouring countries with associations strategically located in all the main shipping ports of the world and provides a round the clock round the world underwater service from a single source. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com.
Most of AIM Control's Hull cleaning work is carried out using either the scamper system or by diver's hands. This system has been specially developed for vessels coated with a SPC or silicone type anti-fouling and we can guarantee that we can remove the marine growth without damaging the all important paint surfaces underneath.
This cleaning system has been approved by all the major paint companies.
Underwater propeller polishing and maintaining smooth propeller surfaces are now fully appreciated, but propellers do foul up and for this we use AIM Control's new improved THREE-STAGE reconditioning system to achieve a Rubert finish better than a Rubert 'A' on the Rubert Comparator.
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