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The Bester-1 deep-sea craft was incorporated into the Pacific Fleet

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Yesterday, the ceremony of raising the flag of St. Andrew and introducing the deep-sea rescue device AC-40 of the 18271 project (Bester-1) into the Pacific Fleet took place in Vladivostok, the blog bmpd with reference to the portal "Shipbuilding.info".


The Bester-1 deep-sea craft was incorporated into the Pacific Fleet
The rescue deep-water submersible AU-40 of the 18271 project ("Bester-1") in Vladivostok, January 2016.

The device was built in St. Petersburg on the "Admiralty Shipyards" and launched in July 2013, since February 2015 has been tested on the rescue vessel "Igor Belousov" (project 21300С). In late November, the Russian Navy was commissioned.

“MUH AC-40 is intended for staffing on the rescue ship" Igor Belousov ", and is part of the deep-sea complex GVK-450 of this ship. Prior to the transfer of Igor Belousov (adopted by the Russian Navy 25 December 2015) to the Pacific Fleet (which is expected by the end of 2016), the AC-40 will be temporarily stationed onboard the 2015 project rescue ship Alagéz, which had completed repairs at the beginning of 537. From 1 February 2016, the AU-40 took over combat duty on this vessel, ”the publication said.

Portal Help: “MUH AC-40 of the 18271 project (Bester-1) has a durable titanium alloy body and a full underwater displacement of about 60 tons. The working depth of the dive reaches 700 m. With a crew of six people, the device is able to receive 22 saved from the submarine at one time . A suction pivoting camera mounted on this MUH allows you to perform a rescue operation when the emergency submarine rolls up to 45 degrees. ”

Rescue ship "Alagez" project 537 Pacific fleet. Vladivostok, 24.07.2015.
Photos used:
sdelanounas.ru, www.newsvl.ru
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  1. polite people
    polite people 2 February 2016 08: 52
    14
    Here you go. And then we joked. Glory to the Russian fleet and our geniuses to scientists - quilted jackets. wink wink wink
    1. cniza
      cniza 2 February 2016 08: 54
      10
      Quote: polite people
      Here you go. And then we joked. Glory to the Russian fleet and our geniuses to scientists - quilted jackets. wink wink wink



      Such vehicles are needed in every fleet ... God forbid.
      1. Oberon812
        Oberon812 2 February 2016 09: 04
        +9
        And not to come in handy. Let them just be.
    2. The black
      The black 2 February 2016 09: 03
      +2
      but embroiderers have a whole submarine !!! Zhoporozhye is called laughing ... If Petsa Roshenko with her powerful army opposes the igils, it may be towed to the Mediterranean (she is unlikely to reach it), where with her "formidable" appearance and smells from latrines she will instill fear and horror in the ranks of igils. laughing
      1. Alexey RA
        Alexey RA 2 February 2016 15: 12
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        Quote: Black
        but embroiderers have a whole submarine !!! Zhoporozhye is called

        In theory, there is. In practice, the diesel-electric submarine "Zaporozhye" is in Sevastopol under the St. Andrew's flag.
    3. Stas157
      Stas157 2 February 2016 18: 14
      +2
      Quote: polite people
      Here you go. And then we joked. Glory to the Russian fleet and our geniuses to scientists - quilted jackets.

      I realized that all the equipment is English! But our genius scientists with an order for GVK-450, just rolled, it was under Serdyukov in favor of the company Tethys-Pro, which lobbied for foreign interests. For comparison, domestic GVK would cost at least a billion cheaper.
      http://www.novayagazeta.ru/inquests/71309.html?p=2
  2. igorka357
    igorka357 2 February 2016 09: 00
    +2
    Yeah, the right car .. although rarely and aptly! Submariners are the elite, and they can not be lost!
  3. Same lech
    Same lech 2 February 2016 09: 01
    +2
    Yes, with a disaster with KURSK, he would have helped a lot in saving people ... it’s a pity that the past cannot be returned.
    1. Polite Moose
      Polite Moose 2 February 2016 09: 24
      +3
      Quote: The same Lech
      Yes, with a disaster with KURSK, he would have helped a lot in saving people ... it’s a pity that the past cannot be returned.


      Unfortunately, the Kursk was the catalyst for the renewal of our auxiliary fleet (rescue ships in particular).
      Because lived according to the principle "Until the thunder breaks out, the man does not cross himself." I really hope that the new rescuers will not be useful to us. But they must be.
    2. VALERIK_097
      VALERIK_097 2 February 2016 12: 53
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      Alas (((, even such a device would not have time to do anything.
      When "Rudnitsky" approached, there was no one alive on the ship.
      He led order 662 from deployment in PD-50 to the formation of a 3-compartment unit at the Nerpa shipyard.
      A very sad page in the history of our country.
      Maybe our grandchildren will learn the whole truth about the loss of the ship, because there are devices similar to the "black boxes" on airplanes and on nuclear submarines.
    3. Svateev
      Svateev 2 February 2016 13: 18
      +2
      Quote: The same LYOKHA
      in a disaster with KURSK, he would help a lot in saving people

      A similar apparatus tried to work on the Kursk. Those who followed the tragedy remember the news reports: "The rescue vehicle made several attempts to" land "on the landing pad on the submarine's escape hatch. But due to the strong current and poor visibility, it was not possible to" stick "to the hatch." This went on for several days. And only when it became clear that it was not the current, but the fact that the landing pad together with the boat's hull was "led" from explosions and impact on the ground, and therefore it would not work to suck - there was no obturation, only then they requested the help of foreign divers.
      I hope that the "rotary suction chamber" indicated in this article is an account of the Kursk tragedy and will make it possible to suck even on the warped landing site.
      1. VALERIK_097
        VALERIK_097 2 February 2016 13: 37
        +1
        You are absolutely "right." There was no damage to the coaming platform! Not a big roll of the ship + the proximity of the tail assembly + underwater current + the angle of inclination of the coaming platform itself (the AC-ki could not sit on it stupidly) Judging by the well-crumbled coating on plumage.
        1. Svateev
          Svateev 2 February 2016 14: 55
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          Quote: VALERIK_097
          There was no damage to the coaming site!

          But the failure was justified by the damage to this site, I remember it well.
          Quote: VALERIK_097
          Not a big roll of the ship + tail proximity + underwater current + tilt angle of the coaming site itself (the speakers couldn’t sit on it stupidly)

          That is, everything is as always - oversimplification in setting the problem, designing and testing. Tests - mock evacuation from the boat - surely there was? And, come on, was it held in a quiet harbor and on a "flat" boat without a roll?
          1. VALERIK_097
            VALERIK_097 2 February 2016 16: 48
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            I note all the training was carried out exclusively on the nasal compartments, where everything (in simple terms) is almost perfectly smooth.
          2. VALERIK_097
            VALERIK_097 2 February 2016 16: 51
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            Coaming was perfect, without one scratch. Something like that.
            but no one could imagine the scale of the tragedy, the ship was VSC-designed for the entire crew.
            1. Svateev
              Svateev 2 February 2016 18: 57
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              Quote: VALERIK_097
              but no one could imagine the scale of the tragedy,

              The argument is not accepted. Once they made an emergency hatch in the stern, it means they assumed a similar accident. And therefore, rescue equipment should have worked. But they didn’t work.
              Sorry guys, some could be saved ...
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    4. Alexey RA
      Alexey RA 2 February 2016 15: 19
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      In addition to technology, trained personnel are also needed.
      And then after the Kursk in 2005, the Pacific Fleet almost left the AS-28 at the bottom:
      The bathyscaphe was hooked by the hoses to the antenna of the coastal surveillance system. The difficulty of lifting is that the antenna is fixed on the ground with an anchor weighing 60 tons

      It is noteworthy that the Pacific Fleet had a remotely controlled underwater vehicle purchased after the Kursk disaster. But local staff could not make it work normally.

      I had to urgently bring equipment and specialists from Britain and the USA.
    5. kote119
      kote119 2 February 2016 15: 32
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      during the rescue operation K-141, such devices were used
  4. Taygerus
    Taygerus 2 February 2016 09: 05
    +2
    That's great, respect to shipbuilders and good luck to submariners, GOD with them!
  5. Corsair0304
    Corsair0304 2 February 2016 09: 07
    +9
    the picture is clickable.
    Nothing warms the soul of a submariner like the presence of a rescue complex in the fleet.
    Respect to shipbuilding engineers, a necessary and important matter.
    1. Dmitry 2246
      Dmitry 2246 2 February 2016 09: 46
      +2
      Initially valued the courage of submariners.
      May God grant courageous people protection.
      After a wound, he met submariners in a marine hospital.
      To courage is added technical literacy and dedication.
    2. avt
      avt 2 February 2016 10: 58
      +1
      Quote: Corsair0304
      Respect to shipbuilding engineers, a necessary and important matter.

      We were late with the news, but even so, but the photo "Alageza" is good! good A beautiful ship, it is a pity that the "sistership" - "Elbrus" of the main project in the 90s went to pieces. sad
    3. spravochnik
      spravochnik 2 February 2016 15: 17
      +1
      But the picture does not correspond to anything real. This is just an attempt to present the appearance of a new rescuer, which was laid before the collapse of the USSR. It is easy to guess about his fate.
    4. water
      water 2 February 2016 20: 10
      +2
      Good Rescuer "Alagez"! Large! It, if it shakes, is not at all strong. And the descent-lifting device for the PA is well executed there - the gaps are large, the device, in general, has nothing to bump into when lifting on a wave! Here on board "Bester" and the place. And for "I. Belousov" the Rescue Bell is needed. Roughly like SK-64. Unfortunately, divers, together with the PA, cannot be allowed to work on the hull of the boat - the apparatus will suppress them, without even noticing. And the SC works with divers. And the current is not particularly scary for him, if only the divers or NTPA would fix the guiding cable on the eye of the submarine's escape hatch. Then the suction is guaranteed.
  6. Nikolay71
    Nikolay71 2 February 2016 09: 40
    +1
    This is good news!
  7. nemec55
    nemec55 2 February 2016 09: 41
    +2
    It would be nice to let such a machine go into peaceful channels in order to travel the expanses of the ocean and write video on the basis of which OUR RUSSIAN dock films such as Cousteau would be created.
  8. Dimontius
    Dimontius 2 February 2016 09: 45
    +2
    and this is not the case with this device, if we cut down Internet cables? Russian ingenuity I think more than one rescue function there! fellow
    1. VALERIK_097
      VALERIK_097 2 February 2016 13: 05
      0
      No, it’s not. For such purposes, there are other special tools. Let Bester train according to his functionality. God forbid he should work for his intended purpose.
  9. Michael67
    Michael67 2 February 2016 10: 30
    +2
    I once visited one of the speakers. Impressions are unforgettable. God forbid not to use them for saving purpose. Only for training, and for unscrewing all sorts of interesting devices not of Russian manufacture. The guys - the operators of the AC - iron submariners.
  10. crambol
    crambol 2 February 2016 12: 16
    0
    Bester-1



    Bester is a hybrid of beluga and sterlet created by our ichthyologists. And who guesses what would be called a hybrid vobla with a sterlet?

  11. 73bor
    73bor 2 February 2016 12: 47
    0
    It is unclear, but for "Belousov" that the apparatus will not be built?
    1. Alexey RA
      Alexey RA 2 February 2016 15: 21
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      Quote: 73bor
      It is unclear, but for "Belousov" that the apparatus will not be built?

      So this is his regular apparatus. Simply "Bester-1" was transferred to the Pacific Fleet before the base ship:
      SGA AS-40 designed for regular deployment on the Igor Belousov rescue vessel, and is part of the GVK-450 deep-sea complex of this ship. Before the transition of "Igor Belousov" (adopted by the Russian Navy on December 25, 2015) to the Pacific Fleet (which is expected by the end of 2016) AS-40 will be temporarily based board a rescue vessel that completed repairs in early 2015 "Alagez" project 537.
  12. Former battalion commander
    Former battalion commander 2 February 2016 18: 23
    0
    All these attempts to save sunken submarines are meaningless. If the boat is designed so that the crew can leave it in an emergency, then you don’t need to save anything, and if the boat does not allow bailout then you will not save anyone there later. And there are a lot of examples of such a situation, but something is not remembered as examples of salvation ...
    1. water
      water 2 February 2016 20: 13
      +2
      You are somewhat wrong! Rescued from the S-178. Rescued from K-429. And what happened to the "Kursk" this is how it happened - it was on us a general clouding of mind fell. It's a shame it passes too slowly.