In order to guarantee and increase ship performance, Naval Group designs, develops, manufactures and maintains in service equipment for submarines and surface ships around the world.
Our equipment offer
The Sylver® range of vertical missile launchers enables the launch of surface-air or cruise missiles.
Naval Group have sold more than 180 Sylver® around the world.
The Samahé® helicopter handling system enables helicopters to be transferred in complete safety between the flight deck and the hanger and vice versa, all in rough seas. The Samahé® range is adapted to all naval helicopters of up to 16 tons.
Helicopter landing grid
Helicopter landing grids enable rapid take-off and landing of helicopters and drones in complete safety and in difficult sea conditions, while also respecting NATO standards.
The masts, measuring up to 14 meters, are strategic elements of the combat system that raise the submarine’s sensors out of the water when it is at periscope depth. They also act as a snorting mast, keeping the boat’s diesel engines supplied with air.
Shaft lines are part of the propulsion system, and form the link between the motor and the thruster.
Naval Group’s industrial capacity enables machining work on shafts measuring up to 22 metres.
Submarine torpedo-launching tubes
Submarine torpedo-launching tubes are compatible with all types of weapons (torpedoes, missiles, mines) in a NATO format. The highest levels of security are given to these essential mechanical components that penetrate the pressure hull and form an integral part of diving safety.
Surface ship torpedo-launching tubes
The torpedo-launching tubes are capable of launching light torpedoes respecting the NATO standard from a surface ship and are available in several configurations (mono, dual or three-tube).
Gearboxes allow speed reduction on motors, whilst still respecting the requirements for combat ships concerning shock resistance, acoustic discretion, vibrations, compactness, reliability and minimum maintenance.
Seawater exchangers guarantee a high level of performance for the onboard cooling systems such as the propulsion and electricity production systems.