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Royal Netherlands Navy Upgrades Subs With HABETaS-Escape System

(June 10, 2009) -- The Royal Netherlands Navy will upgrade its four WALRUS-Class submarines with the second generation escape system HABETaS(r). A contract for the delivery of 8 HABETaS(r)-units was signed on the 3rd June 2009 between Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft GmbH (HDW), a company of ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems, Marine Force International LLP and the Dutch Defense Material Organisation (Defensie Materieel Organisatie).

The contract includes the delivery and integration of the newly developed HABETaS(r)-components into the existing submarines as well as training and documentation for the handling and maintenance of the system.


Rescuing submarine crews without outside assistance has always been burdened with technical limitations concerning escape depth and minimum supply pressures.
With HABETaS(r), the maximum escape depths is almost doubled and the number of escapees increases significantly.

The new system was developed by HDW in Kiel, advanced marine innovation technology subsea (AMITS) ltd. in Road Gosport (GB) and bfa See- und Luftausrustung in Augsburg. HABETaS(r) will be installed on the submarines at the Dutch Navy Base in Den Helder (NL) and work is planned be completed within the next two years.

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Source : ThyssenKrupp AG

Published on ASDNews: Jun 11, 2009

 

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