Dredging and Jetting

Dredging and Jetting are two important techniques used in the field of civil engineering and construction. These techniques are used to clear and maintain waterways, sewers, and other types of pipelines.

Dredging involves the removal of sediment, debris, and other material from the bottom of waterways and other bodies of water. This process is typically done using specialized equipment, such as dredgers and bulldozers. Dredging is important for maintaining the flow and depth of waterways, as well as for the removal of harmful materials that can pollute the water.


Jetting, on the other hand, involves the use of high-pressure water jets to clean and clear pipelines and sewers. This process is often used in conjunction with CCTV cameras to inspect the inside of the pipes and identify any blockages or damage. Jetting is a quick and effective way to clean and maintain pipelines, and can help prevent costly repairs in the long run.

Both dredging and jetting are essential techniques in the field of civil engineering and construction. They help to keep waterways and pipelines functioning properly, and help to protect the environment from pollution and other harmful substances. If you are in need of these services, it is important to work with a reputable company that has the experience and expertise to get the job done right.

Combining our extensive experience we aim to find innovative solutions to underwater problems and the provision of direct supervision and liaison at all stages of preparation and execution of a project, we believe we can offer assistance to any marine project, large or small.

We have extensive equipment for any underwater operation and have the qualified personnel to complete the work safely and efficiently.
Ven-Tech Subsea specializes in developing multi-year subsurface maintenance programs or IMR (Inspection, Repair, Maintenance) Programs for you subsea assets.

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