Lær om livet ombord på flådens flagskib under den kolde krig -
PEDER SKRAM. Fartøjet var bygget til at lede en kampgruppe af
krigsskibe, bestående af korvetter, missiltorpedobåde, ubåde og
minelæggere.

En unik oplevelse i Københavns Havn!Lær om livet ombord på flådens flagskib under den kolde krig -
PEDER SKRAM. Fartøjet var bygget til at lede en kampgruppe af
krigsskibe, bestående af korvetter, missiltorpedobåde, ubåde og
minelæggere.

En unik oplevelse i Københavns Havn!
The frigate Peder Skram was below the main deck is divided into 17 watertight sections. The frigate was mechanically protected against shocks from garnet and underwater explosions. With a gas citadel, which covered most of the interior of the ship was the frigate protected against chemical and biological warfare, and to a certain extent against radioactive radiation.
The frigate Peder Skram was below the main deck is divided into 17 watertight sections. The frigate was mechanically protected against shocks from garnet and underwater explosions. With a gas citadel, which covered most of the interior of the ship was the frigate protected against chemical and biological warfare, and to a certain extent against radioactive radiation.

The physical safety of the frigate

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Damage control center is a part of the engine control room

 

Under the main deck the frigate was divided into 17 watertight sections. If up to 3 sections were flooded - apart from 3 engine rooms - electrical cables could by-pass them, and sailing could continue from the remaining engine rooms. The frigates were mechanically protected from shocks from shells or underwater detonations. A gas-tight citadel covered most of the inner parts of the Frigate protecting against chemical and biological agents and to some degree against radioactive radiation.

  

The Frigate had a pre-wetting system which could wet the ship before an expected NBC attack and afterwards rinse the hull, deck and superstructure with 4,800 liter of water per minute. When in gas-tight condition the Frigate could only sail by its gas turbines as they - contrary to the diesel engines - had their own independent intake of air. Damage control was managed from the main control room from where the damage control groups could rush out and fight fire, stop leakages, support bulkheads etc. ensuring that the Frigate stayed fit for fight and able to sail.