U.S. Navy engineers recently completed the installation of the first Central Atmosphere Monitoring System (CAMS) IIA on an in-service submarine—the SSN 752 USS Pasadena. The system ensures the cleansed air used in the submarine while submerged remains safe for the crew to breathe. “The CAMS IIA is a more capable atmosphere analyzer that provides improved monitoring, is cheaper to produce and maintain and is easier for a sailor to operate,” says mechanical engineer Matthew ...

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