Manned submersibles are employed to carry out various roles including:
- Submarine escape and rescue
- Deployment of special forces
- Tourist submarines
AMS can offer solutions whether you need to monitor a 1 atmosphere compartment, as in a tourist or research submersible, or a hyperbaric rescue or diver lockout compartment. We can offer primary monitoring and back up systems.
The diagram below shows a typical Sub MkIIIF system used in an SRV. In this example the Sub MkIIIF is used as a monitoring device and as an oxygen controller.
The Sub Aspida portable monitor is perfect as a back up system to the primary monitoring in the pilot compartment. It can be used at pressures around 1 atmosphere.
As a compact oxygen and carbon dioxide monitor, it is ideal as the primary monitoring device for a research or tourist submarine.
Should you have specific requirements for your manned submersible then please contact the AMS team who will be happy to assist you.