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SECOND DRASS CONTAINERIZED HYPERBARIC CHAMBER DELIVERED TO THE ROMANIAN NAVY

The second containerized hyperbaric chamber, SN 17419, has been delivered by DRASS Romania to the Romanian Navy at the Naval Diving Centre in Constanta.
Once again DRASS has delivered on time, meeting the agreed time constraints, even during this period of added complexities for businesses.
Well done DRASS Romania for successfully closing yet another job.

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DRASS Chamber on board the Romanian Navy’s “ROS Bălescu”

DRASS Containerized Hyperbaric Chamber, on board the Romanian Navy’s "ROS Bălescu” during the Standing NATO Mine Countermeasures Group (SNMCMG-2) exercise, is the most compact and technologically advanced surface diving system ever built.

This article Marine Mine Training in the Mediterranean details the naval trials carried out with the aid of the DRASS Containerized Chamber.

DRASS currently has the most advanced and reliable range of hyperbaric oxygen therapy products, thanks to its focus on research and development, engineering production and materials technology. DRASS designs, manufactures and tests all components in accordance with class certification.

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DRASS at UDS 2020

DRASS is glad to share some pictures from the recent Underwater Defence & Security Exhibition held in Southampton.
We want to thank all of our visitors once again for taking the time to stop by for a chat.
See you at UDS 2021!

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Drass Helmet and Life Support Equipment Test Facility

DRASS has been selected by a reputable manufacturer of SCUBA regulators as the facility to perform their annual product testing according to EN 250 standard.
Such tests are performed using DRASS’ recently manufactured Life Support Equipment Test Facility, capable of testing SCUBA, diving regulators, diving helmets and rebreathers according to applicable standards. DRASS performs a full range of tests including breathing performance up to 50 bar ambient pressure using air, nitrox or helium, both in gas or submerged, cold testing (2-4 °C) with humidification and heating of the breathing gas, carbon dioxide testing, noise testing, etc.
Thanks to the rotating capability of the test tank, vertical and horizontal tests of breathing apparatus can be performed during the same session without the need to vent and blow down the tank between tests.

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