Neyk Submarine has developed a new Navy Combat Submarine for the US Navy to protect
their own nuclear submarines. The latest generation of nuclear submarines are very
slow underwater and only have torpedo tubes at the front.
The Neyk Combat Submarine can protect the rear of the submarine against attacks.
These new developments are being carried out by the largest part of the US Navy,
where Ocean Submarine further develops the requested requirements for such a submarine.
Neyk Submarine has developed a new hydraulic control system that can withstand very
large shocks and explosions, with which the submarine remains controllable under
all circumstances. The control system is very compact, easy to install and also has
low energy consumption.
Different countries asked whether the new Combat Submarine can also be used as an
escape module. Ocean Submarine has developed a special lock for this purpose, with
which the submarine can be coupled to the nuclear submarine in a certain number of
degrees. With this extra facility, the Navy Combat Submarine would be able to evacuate
20 people at the same time to the surface.
Neyk Submarine has developed a safety system for flammable substances,
for oil and gas installations in particular. In an emergency situation or if there
is a threat of one, the flow of oil or gas to the installation
has to be capped off. But this is not possible in the usual way ifoil pressure drops,
electricity fails or pipes are damaged.
Neyk Submarine new safety system caps off the flow of oil or gas whatever the circumstances.
Neyk Submarine has several projects under way, including the design and development
of a Navy Combat Submarine, which is 46m (146ft) long with a height over the conning
tower of 11m (36ft). We can design, engineer and purpose-build specific submarines
or submersibles in any size.
NEYK SUBMARINE has spent two years on the test program, developing an ultramodern
teardrop body by using a range of aids from PCs right up to supercomputers. The next
stage was to test ten models in a development program to assess the manoeuvrability
of the submarine, its propulsion system, extra fuel tanks and launching tubes. The
test program even included damage to the submarine, should it be hit by mines or
The NEYK can be equipped with various weapon systems. Most likely the Navy version
of our NEYK will be fitted with launching tubes for either all types of torpedo’s
or mines and missiles. Besides that, it can also be rigged with various kind of defending