OTT Technologies presents its new MRAP mine protected vehicle Puma M36 Mk5 at AAD 2012 1909122

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AAD 2012
Africa Aerospace & Defence
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19 - 23 September 2012
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OTT Technologies Puma M36 Mk5 at AAD 2012
 
 
Wednesday, September 19, 2012, 09:31 PM
 
OTT Technologies presents its new MRAP mine protected vehicle Puma M36 Mk5 at AAD 2012.
At the Africa Aerospace and Defence exhibition AAD 2012, the South African Company OTT Technologies introduces its new mine protected vehicle MRAP, the Puma M36 Mk5. OTT Technologies is in operation since 1980 and gained its expertise in the design, development and manufacturing of armoured and mine protected vehicles over more than 20 years.
     
At the Africa Aerospace and Defence exhibition AAD 2012, the South African Company OTT Technologies introduces its new mine protected vehicle MRAP, the Puma M36 Mk5. OTT Technologies is in operation since 1980 and gained its expertise in the design, development and manufacturing of armoured and mine protected vehicles over more than 20 years.
OTT Technologies Puma M36 Mk5 MRAP mine protected vehicle at AAD 2012.
     

With the new Puma M36 Mk5, OTT Technologies proposes a new vehicle for the African market that has been designed and developed based on the experience gained by the use of the previous version of Puma M26 which is in service in several African countries.

The new Puma M36 Mk5 is based on Ashok Leyland Stallion truck driveline to reduce manufacturing costs and logistical support. The Stallion truck is used by Indian army since many years showing excellent mobility on all types of terrain. The Puma M36 Mk5 is motorized with an Ashok Leyland engine HA 57L 165 coupled to a ZF 6S 850 GB transmission.

The Puma M36 Mk5 uses the technology of V-shape with a monocoque hull. The purpose of design is to increase vehicle and crew survivability by deflecting an upward directed blast from a landmine (or Improvised Explosive Device) away from the vehicle, while also presenting a sloped armor face.

The vehicle can carry 12 fully equipped soldiers, including the driver. The M36 can be used as an armoured personnel carrier, command and control vehicle or ambulance. The interior can easily be reconfigured by replacing any number of the individually mounted seats with purpose designed modules like additional radio racks, command and control modules, ambulance equipment, etc.

     
At the Africa Aerospace and Defence exhibition AAD 2012, the South African Company OTT Technologies introduces its new mine protected vehicle MRAP, the Puma M36 Mk5. OTT Technologies is in operation since 1980 and gained its expertise in the design, development and manufacturing of armoured and mine protected vehicles over more than 20 years.
 

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