Comex becomes a biomedical research center

Comex becomes a biomedical research center

Our company specializing in hyperbaric and hypobaric engineering has just been awarded by the Regional Health Agency, accreditation authorizing it to practice clinical research involving the human person within our premises.   What is biomedical research?     Field of...
Design a lunar base using 3D printing technologies

Design a lunar base using 3D printing technologies

Waste is a resource! even on the moon January 8, 2018. The European Space Agency (ESA) entrusted the URBAN Consortium, which includes COMEX in Marseille, LIQUIFER Systems Group and SONACA Space GmbH, under the direction of OHB System AG, the study “Designing a...
Design of a special hyperbaric machine for the SuperGrid Institute

Design of a special hyperbaric machine for the SuperGrid Institute

Special machine for hyperbaric tests up to 40 bar internal pressure to validate the submarine connection concepts for offshore electrical cable networks. In addition to its imposing size, this hyperbaric chamber has the distinctive ability to perform combined tests on...
Deployable compression chamber:  COMEX equips the Algerian State

Deployable compression chamber: COMEX equips the Algerian State

In the framework of an earlier contract with the Algerian General Directorate of Civil Protection, two deployable new-generation compression chambers are now in operation. In the framework of an earlier contract with the Algerian General Directorate of Civil...
The first test of a lunar sortie

The first test of a lunar sortie

Version Française ESA astronauts tested replicas of the NASA Apollo mission tools, which were manufactured by COMEX, during a training session held at the Lanzarote Geopark on the ESA (European Space Agency) Spaceflight Analog grounds. The PANGAEA-X training which...
The COMEX oceanographic fleet is revamped

The COMEX oceanographic fleet is revamped

Version Française 2018, the year of renewal for the COMEX fleet. The Janus II, flagship of the COMEX oceanographic research fleet, has just undergone a full renovation of its vital parts. This refitting work was carried out at the Saint-Mandrier shipyard to IMS 700.....

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