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Anthony Huntrod was killed when a self-contained oxygen generator (Scog), exploded on board nuclear sub HMS Tireless on exercise beneath the polar ice-cap.
Darren Smith, head of risk and liability with Birmingham law firm Hill Hofstetter, acted for Molecular Products Ltd (MPL), the defence contractor which manufactured the self-contained oxygen generators (SCOG) used on HMS Tireless and other Royal Navy submarines.
The self-contained oxygen generator, known as a Scog, which caused the tragedy is believed to have been from a supply of almost 1,000 found in a Hazardous Waste Store close to the Royal Naval port in Plymouth, the inquest in Sunderland heard.
Speaking in the House of Commons, Mr Ainsworth (Coventry North East) said an investigation had found that the blast was probably caused by contamination of a self-contained oxygen generator (Scog) with oil, which led to it cracking.
The blast occurred in a self-contained oxygen generator - used to provide oxygen in an emergency.