International exhibition on armored vehicles IAV 2013 Respirator Hungarian company presents its latest 4×4 armored vehicle in the category MRAP (Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected — Machine protection from mines and ambushes), which is called KOMONDOR.
Development KOMONDOR armored car started in 2010, and only two years later Respirator prepared batch production machines with capacities that allow one to produce hundreds of machines.
KOMONDOR — a new category in armored MRAP, which is completely designed and made in Hungary.
Starting out in the auto industry in 2010, the company has developed a family Respirator light armored vehicle, which comes in RDO-3221 KOMONDOR, light armored vehicle base, curb NBC protection system due to excess pressure in the cabin air filtration and modular cost-armor full all-wheel drive. The customer can choose the appropriate option for him inside the power plant and machine assembly, for all that his wishes are taken into account even for small series.
KOMONDOR available in versions 4×4 and 6×6, and all the major components of the machine is done in Hungary, except the motor and gearbox.
Monocoque KOMONDOR provides both ballistic and mine protection. Ballistic protection meets STANAG 4569 Ed.1, armor — iron bronestal and bulletproof glass. It can be supplemented with iron armor costly and / or composite armor package, which is claimed to provide protection against small to medium-caliber guns (but a clear level of protection is not disclosed).
Mine protection in accordance with STANAG 4569 Ed.1, provides a level of 3 (3a and 3b).
KOMONDOR turret can be armed or fighting module with remote control mounted on the roof. Combat unit armed with a machine gun can be up to 14.5 mm caliber.
KOMONDOR can be equipped with a wide range of additional equipment, apparatus intercom (ABCK) system, the creation of excess pressure, air conditioning, automatic fire extinguishing system (CVS), central tire inflation system (CTIS), inserts for run-flat tire (Flicks) , domestic surveillance camera, day-night camera surveillance.
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