The inauguration ceremony of DRASS’ latest diving simulator system installation at Constanta Military Diving Center for the training of Romanian Special Ops Forces took place on 18 November 2022.
To celebrate this important event, the highest Romanian military authorities, DRASS representatives and the national media were present.
From initial design through to installation across a two-year period, most of the project was coordinated and executed by DRASS Romania.
The simulator is comprised of 6-man and 4-man decompression chambers with living and sleeping compartments, connecting to a large wet tank that allows divers to train in a realistic environment up to 300msw simulated pressure. Thanks to its STANAG flange connection with a transportable air chamber, the simulator also caters for emergency medical assistance in the event of diving incidents at sea. The Constanta diving simulator facility is the first of its kind to be equipped with a complete set of fail-safe automated control panels for the monitoring and control of pressurization, life support and gas reclaim from the diving helmets. Another significant innovation is the DRASS D-ONE Diving Helmet which marks a major step in the sector in terms of design, performance, safety, and versatility.
Watch a national news segment of the inauguration ceremony with interviews from the military and DRASS representatives