Amphibious all-terrain vehicle “Burlak”.
Amphibious all-terrain vehicle “Burlak” – a six-wheeled amphibious vehicle, designed on the concept of the BTR-60. It is designed for use in harsh and extreme conditions, including in the far North.
Amphibious all-terrain vehicle (amphibious machine) — a vehicle of high permeability for movement on land (onshore) in the absence of roads and overcome water obstacles.
Basically these machines are manufactured by order of the military, such as floating cars and autotransporter, floating tanks, floating armored personnel carriers.
Also produced amphibious ATVs for civil use: recreation and tourism authorities of emergency situations and Ministry of forestry, mining and other industries, research organizations.
“Burlak” – a six-wheeled amphibious vehicle, designed on the concept of the BTR-60. It is designed for use in harsh and extreme conditions, including in the far North.
“Burlak” is sealed, and the propeller, allowing it to float and meander among the cracks in the ice.
|Speed on water, km/h||5|
|Load capacity, kg||2000|
|Ground clearance when fully loaded, see||70|
|Engine||Cummins ISF 2,8|
Advantages and features of the all-terrain vehicle-amphibious “Burlak”:
– access to all components is accomplished from interior to the harsh polar conditions not bothered to repair the car.
– sealed body design,
– the presence of the propeller screw,
– easy to control,
– intended primarily for operation in the far North.
Note: the description of technology in example of a track amfibian “Burlak”.
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