Commercial Diving

Time is Money
The Commercial Diver is not going Underwater for Fun!

Commercial divers are people who are paid for the skills they can accomplish underwater, and diving is simply a unique mode of transportation.  Commercial / Industrial Diving is considered a hazardous occupation; both the underwater environment and the often complex procedures necessary to carry out the work assignments can present severe hazards to divers’ safety and health.  For these reasons, Commercial Diving requires teamwork and tacit understanding among all the team members, who must be trained, qualified and physically fit for the tasks being performed.

Unfortunately, Local Government Officials, Civil & Marine Contractors (Employers) and Divers (Employees) are not always clear about the distinction between Recreational and Commercial Diving.  There may be little difference in appearance between a fully kitted-out recreational diver in a wetsuit and tank about to explore the coral reef and a commercial diver about to repair a ship’s propeller in the harbour, but there is a world of difference in the levels of training, certification, regulation, safety and equipment required.

The Industrial Diving Works in Hong Kong are generally for civil-marine worksmarine facilities, vessel maintenance, wreck recovery, etc.  Although the working depth for such Works is relatively shallow (max. 30 meters), a Dive Team consisting of a minimum of One Diving SupervisorOne Working Diver and One Tender/Standby Diver using the Surface Air Supply with Communication or Tethered SCUBA system is required regardless of water depth.  Nevertheless, the Dive Team’s operation experience and know-how in performing the necessary tasks are undoubtedly crucial for safety and efficiency.

Professional Diving Contractor

Kinetic Key Company Limited (KKCL) is currently an Exclusive Diving Contractor of the Hong Kong Government Dockyard, responsible for providing emergency underwater services to over 200 Government Vessels patrolling in Hong Kong water.
Underwater Services of mooring facilities, wreck recovery and marine maintenance etc., for the Yacht Clubs, Private Boat Owners and Marine Construction Companies are also available upon request.

Mr Kin-Kwong Li, the Managing Director of KKCL, is a Registered Marine Engineer and Licensed Commercial Diving Instructor.  He earned his Professional Registration in the UK, USA, Canada, China (PRC) and Hong Kong in 1987.  Mr Li started his Marine Engineering career through his employment as a Mechanical Apprentice until Ship Repair Superintendent of the Hong Kong United Dockyards Ltd. in 19691983Electrical and Mechanical Manager of BBC Brown Boveri (now called ABB), and Manager of Hong Ko0ng Divers Ltd. in 1983 – 1989.  He is a Specialist in the construction and maintenance of ocean-going vessels and marine facilities

The desire to train quality divers and promote diving-related education led to the formation of Hong Kong Institute of Scuba Training Ltd. (HKIST) and Scuba World Club (SWC) in Hong Kong in 1990, and Scuba World (Shenzhen) Co. Ltd. (SZSWC) in Shenzhen, China (PRC) since 2004.  As a Professional Engineer and Diving Instructor for over 30 years, Mr Li has trained and certified more than 4,000 students, including 300 Professional Instructors.  He will continue to provide all levels of training courses to enable you to become the best and the most respectable divers and dive leaders in the diving community.

Mr Li has been involved in various marine engineering and commercial diving projects above and under the water in Hong Kong and China (PRC) for more than 40 years.  With his sound experiences in Marine Engineering and Commercial Diving, he has been invited as an Expert Witness at the High Court in Hong Kong to provide expert opinions and advice on marine, recreational and commercial diving accidents since 1998.

Professional Qualifications of Mr Kin-Kwong Li:

Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Chartered Manager – Canadian Institute of Business Administration (C. Mgr., CIBA)
Fellow – Institute of Marine Engineers, Science and Technology (FIMarEST)
Fellow – Hong Kong Institute of Engineers (FHKIE)
Fellow – Hong Kong Institute of Marine Technology (FHKIMT)
Member – Chinese Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (MCSNAME)
Course Director – National Association of Commercial Diving Specialists (NACDS)
Course Director – National Association of Underwater Instructors (NAUI)
National Instructor – World Underwater Federation (CMAS)
National Instructor – Chinese Underwater Association (CUA)
National Instructor – Hong Kong Underwater Association (HKUA)
Diving Supervisor – Chinese General Administration of Sports Registration
Diving First Aid Instructor – NAUI powered by Diver Alert Networks (NAUI-DAN)
First Aid Instructor – National Safety Council (NSC)
Nitrox and Rebreather Instructor – Technical Diving International (TDI)
IRB Instructor – Inflatable Rescue Boat (IRB)
Grade 1 Pleasure Vessel (Over 15 meters) Operator Certificate (HK Marine Department)

 

KKLi_CD
CD_4
Oceangoing_Vessel
Salvage
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CD_photo
CD_1
CD_Works_1
Wreck Recovery_2
Wreck Recovery
Wreck Recovery_3
Boat Salvage
Wreck_Recovery
Propeller Repairs Above-water
Propeller Damaged_1
Boat_TIN HAU
3 in 1 Propelling Systems
Propeller Damages_1
Propeller Blades Damaged_2
Ropes at Propeller Shaft_2
Jet Propeller_6
Port Outer Jet Damages_3
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IMG_20200317_121931

Time is Money
The Commercial Diver is not
going Underwater for Fun!

Commercial divers are people who are paid for the skills they can accomplish underwater, and diving is simply a unique mode of transportation.  Commercial / Industrial Diving is considered a hazardous occupation; both the underwater environment and the often complex procedures necessary to carry out the work assignments can present severe hazards to divers’ safety and health.  For these reasons, Commercial Diving requires teamwork and tacit understanding among all the team members, who must be trained, qualified and physically fit for the tasks being performed.

Unfortunately, Local Government Officials, Civil & Marine Contractors (Employers) and Divers (Employees) are not always clear about the distinction between Recreational and Commercial Diving.  There may be little difference in appearance between a fully kitted-out recreational diver in a wetsuit and tank about to explore the coral reef and a commercial diver about to repair a ship’s propeller in the harbour, but there is a world of difference in the levels of training, certification, regulation, safety and equipment required.

The Industrial Diving Works in Hong Kong are generally for civil-marine worksmarine facilitiesvessel maintenance, wreck recovery, etc.  Although the working depth for such Works is relatively shallow (max. 30 meters), a Dive Team consisting of a minimum of One Diving SupervisorOne Working Diver and One Tender/Standby Diver using the Surface Air Supply with Communication or Tethered SCUBA system is required regardless of water depth.  Nevertheless, the Dive Team’s operation experience and know-how in performing the necessary tasks are undoubtedly crucial for safety and efficiency.

Professional Diving Contractor

Kinetic Key Company Limited (KKCL) is currently an Exclusive Diving Contractor of the Hong Kong Government Dockyard, responsible for providing emergency underwater services to over 200 Government Vessels patrolling in Hong Kong water.
Underwater Services of mooring facilities, wreck recovery and marine maintenance etc., for the Yacht Clubs, Private Boat Owners and Marine Construction Companies are also available upon request.

Mr Kin-Kwong Li, the Managing Director of KKCL, is a Registered Marine Engineer and Licensed Commercial Diving Instructor.  He earned his Professional Registration in the UK, USA, China (PRC) and Hong Kong in 1987.  Mr Li started his Marine Engineering career through his employment as a Mechanical Apprentice until Ship Repair Superintendent of the Hong Kong United Dockyards Ltd. in 19691983Electrical and Mechanical Manager of BBC Brown Boveri (now called ABB) and Manager of Hong Kong Divers Ltd. in 1983 – 1989.  He is a Specialist in the construction and maintenance of ocean-going vessels and marine facilities

The desire to train quality divers and promote diving-related education led to the formation of Hong Kong Institute of Scuba Training Ltd. (HKIST) and Scuba World Club (SWC) in Hong Kong in 1990, and Scuba World (Shenzhen) Co. Ltd. (SZSWC) in Shenzhen, China (PRC) since 2004.  As a Professional Engineer and Diving Instructor for over 30 years, Mr Li has trained and certified more than 4,000 students, including 300 Professional Instructors.  He will continue to provide all levels of training courses to enable you to become the best and the most respectable divers and dive leaders in the diving community.

Mr Li has been involved in various marine engineering and commercial diving projects above and under the water in Hong Kong and China (PRC) for more than 40 yearsWith his sound experiences in Marine Engineering and Commercial Diving, he has been invited as an Expert Witness at the High Court in Hong Kong to provide expert opinions and advice on marine, recreational and commercial diving accidents since 1998.

Professional Qualifications of Kin-Kwong Li:

Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Chartered Manager – Canadian Institute of Business Administration (C. Mgr., CIBA)
Fellow – Institute of Marine Engineers, Science and Technology (FIMarEST)
Fellow – Hong Kong Institute of Engineers (FHKIE)
Fellow – Hong Kong Institute of Marine Technology (FHKIMT)
Member – Chinese Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (MCSNAME)
Course Director – National Association of Commercial Diving Specialists (NACDS)
Course Director – National Association of Underwater Instructors (NAUI)
National Instructor – World Underwater Federation (CMAS)
National Instructor – Chinese Underwater Association (CUA)
National Instructor – Hong Kong Underwater Association (HKUA)
Diving Supervisor – Chinese General Administration of Sports Registration
Diving First Aid Instructor – NAUI powered by Diver Alert Networks (NAUI-DAN)
First Aid Instructor – National Safety Council (NSC)
Nitrox and Rebreather Instructor – Technical Diving International (TDI)
IRB Instructor – Inflatable Rescue Boat (IRB)
Grade 1 Pleasure Vessel (Over 15 meters) Operator Certificate (HK Marine Department)

 

KKLi_CD
CD_4
Oceangoing_Vessel
Salvage
123
CD_photo
CD_1
CD_Works_1
Wreck Recovery_2
Wreck Recovery
Wreck Recovery_3
Boat Salvage
Wreck_Recovery
Propeller Repairs Above-water
Propeller Damaged_1
Boat_TIN HAU
3 in 1 Propelling Systems
Propeller Damages_1
Propeller Blades Damaged_2
Ropes at Propeller Shaft_2
Jet Propeller_6
Port Outer Jet Damages_3
IMG_20200317_124709
IMG_20200317_121931
CD_Works_6
CD_Operation_1-拷
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Air_Coms_Unit
Stanley_Hyd_Powerpack_3
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Marine Engineering and Commercial Diving Services

Kinetic Key Company Limited (KKCL) has completed Marine Works and Commercial Diving Services on various projects above and under the water in Hong Kong and China (PRC) for over 40 yearsCommercial Diving Services provided include but are not limited to Ship Repairs, Wreck Recovery, Underwater InspectionCuttingWeldingDrillingGrinding, Assembly and Disassembly 

Marine Works specialises in the supply and installation of EVA Mooring Facilities, Marine Solar-lighted Warning Buoys (Class 1 and Class 2), Pneumatic FendersRubber FendersEVA FendersHDPE and Aluminum Floating Pontoons are also available upon request. 

Commercial Diver Training and Equipment Supply

All Commercial Divers and Diving Supervisors used are fully qualified for the job and well trained by our Group Company in Hong Kong and China (PRC).  Commercial Diver Training Courses and Equipment Supplies are also available at our Dive Training Centre located by the sea in Dapeng New District, Shenzhen, China (PRC).  For more information on Commercial Diver and Diving Supervisor Training Courses, please browse [Commercial Diver Training].

For inquiry about Commercial Diving Service, Dive Training and Equipment Supply, please contact Mr Li at Tel.: (852) 6952 8400 or (86) 138 2522 3300 or E-mail kkli@kkcl.com.hk.  We are confident that our Professional Dive Teams will offer the best solutions for your inquiries.

 

CD_2
OR_Space Extender FFM
OR_GAMMA-ALPHA_Surface Unit
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Stanley_Hyd_Powerpack_2
監測浮標_Light Buoy
Solar-lighted Warning Buoys_s

Marine Engineering and Commercial Diving Services

Kinetic Key Company Limited (KKCL) has completed Marine Works and Commercial Diving Services on various projects above and under the water in Hong Kong and China (PRC) for over 40 yearsCommercial Diving Services provided include but are not limited to Ship Repairs, Wreck Recovery, Underwater Inspection, Cutting, Welding, DrillingGrinding, Assembly and Disassembly.

Marine Works specialises in the supply and installation of EVA Mooring Systems, Marine Solar-lighted Warning Buoys (Class 1 and Class 2), Pneumatic FendersRubber FendersEVA FendersHDPE and Aluminum Floating Pontoons are also available upon request. 

Commercial Diver Training and Equipment Supply

All Commercial Divers and Diving Supervisors used are fully qualified for the job and well trained by our Group Company in Hong Kong and China (PRC).  Commercial Diver Training Courses and Equipment Supplies are also available at our Dive Training Centre located by the sea in Dapeng New District, Shenzhen, China (PRC).  For more information on Commercial Diver and Diving Supervisor Training Courses, please browse [Commercial Diver Training].

For inquiry about Commercial Diving Service, Dive Training and Equipment Supply, please contact Mr Li at Tel.: (852) 6952 8400 or (86) 138 2522 3300 or E-mail kkli@kkcl.com.hk.  We are confident that our Professional Dive Teams will offer the best solutions for your inquiries.

CD_2
OR_Space Extender FFM
OR_GAMMA-ALPHA_Surface Unit
image13
Stanley_Hyd_Powerpack_2
監測浮標_Light Buoy
Solar-lighted Warning Buoys_s