27 Pressure Chamber And Fire Department – Shadows of the Past

Pressure Chamber And Fire Department – Shadows of the Past

Posted on July 1, 2010 by team

Pressure Chamber And Fire Department 2

In Moscow there’s a scientific institute that has been already closed for a long time. This two-storeyed building on a fenced territory is a shelter for this test chamber that was probably made in the USA.

The door is very heavy, two compartments inside.

Pressure Chamber And Fire Department 3

Inner chamber.

Pressure Chamber And Fire Department 4

Transmission door.


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27 Responses to “Pressure Chamber And Fire Department – Shadows of the Past”

  1. Prague-68 says:

    XCom Media Server

  2. whodareswins says:


  3. muzzer says:

    Wow. Madonna looks nice in calander. shes a freak now. Good Pics. Always like the abandoned buildings. Reminds me of Glasgow!

  4. allen says:

    ah, the finest in 1960’s technology

  5. Macsen says:

    That pressure/vacuum chamber looks like it was Canadian made, or perhaps British, because of the Celsius temp gage.

  6. Boritz says:

    The “pressure chamber” is in fact a vacuum chamber. It is most certainly NOT made in USA, as evidenced by the distinctive asian fonts on English wording, and asian idiomatic translations to English of signage. Could be from China, South Korea or most likely Japan.
    It appears that human subjects were used in experiments.
    For what use was this machine intended?

    • DouglasUrantia says:

      Definitely not made in USA. Hey Russia, not a good idea to leave the mess to the next generation to clean up. But then the US is not perfect either. Just sayin……

    • Kirov (REAL) says:

      are you suggesting Soviet science-ethics were worse than those anywhere else? People’s lives weren’t endangered.

      • Boritz says:

        No question to ethics at all. Diminished pressure studies on humans were part of Soviet and USA space programs, as well as military research on effects of high altitude on pilots.
        I am only curious as to the nature of the use of this particular machine.

    • Domo says:

      That’s obviously an old orgasmatron (heavy duty).
      They ain’t making such stuff anymore!

    • Ivana Benderova says:

      I will guess Boritz, that it was used for human and static experiments for the purpose of determining whether or not a human being could survive in a post-nuclear environment if positioned in a vacuous environment. Obviously cobbled together from odds and ends, and of a very crude technological and scientific theory.

  7. Testicules says:

    This machine can get out those really tough grass stains that ordinary bleech can’t remove.

  8. nightstranger says:

    Weird, probably we’ll never know what the chamber was used for ))) (and where it was made )))))

  9. Archy Bunka says:

    A. Bunka here. As far as the celsius meter is concerned, all of youse commie pinkos use the metric system, even American ones. Thank God the American people, in their righteous indignation, refuse to use the metric system, dispite millions of dollars of taxpayer money wasted trying to convince them otherwise. The metric system is a Franco-socialistic plot.

  10. Archy Bunka says:

    I bet they used to put Brezhnev in there to sober him up.

  11. Dovanov says:

    this is so Fallout!

  12. Baron says:

    did they find any experimental human brain in a can ?

  13. BigCrow says:

    OMG, the callendar with madonna :))))))

  14. Boris Badenov says:

    I saw this thing in a James Bond movie! The dude exploded.

  15. Yuriy Haharin says:

    I was first!

  16. Salocin.TEN says:

    I wonder if there are any recordings made on that reel to reel. It is still full of tape. Then mystery could be solved.

  17. Canada says:

    Chamber looks to be a super high pressure hyperbaric chamber for pressurizing people. Also very similar to semi-conductor vaccum chambers.

  18. sally says:

    Hey- I heard that hyperbaric used 40 times cures aids I wonder if it could be used-for street kids?

  19. E-1 says:

    I somehow doubt it has much to do with high pressure, considering the fact that the chamber is rectangular in shape.

    High pressure / vacuum chambers are rounded, like the shapes of pressurized gas tanks for example, in order to distribute forces evenly on their walls. Corners and flat walls provide far less resistance for this purpose.

    Looks more like something designed for extreme temperatures tests (mainly judging by the thermometer scales).

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