Trikand finished earlier factory sea trials

March 14, 2013 the factory has completed sea trials frigate "Trikand" ("Bow") built at the Baltic Shipyard "Yantar" (part of the JSC "United Shipbuilding Corporation"). The plant specialists have pointed out that the tests carried out in record time. The factory sea trials of the last of three frigates built by shipbuilders of Kaliningrad for the Indian Navy, began February 5, 2013 During this time the ship has five outlets in the Baltic Sea, on board the commissioning team working factory "Amber" in collaboration with the crew of sailors of the Baltic Fleet. Each output lasted for several days. In real sea conditions at the sites of the Baltic Fleet checked the work of all the ship’s systems, including weapons. Point in the program the factory running test set measurements of temperature fields of the ship spent in the completion of the fifth release in the sea. "The ship has been tested in less than a month and a half, — states responsible deliverer frigate Victor Bashashin. — It’s a record!" Evening of March 14 "Trikand" returned to the acceptance base in the Baltic Sea and began to prepare for the state sea trials. Indian Naval Ship Transfer is scheduled for June 2013.

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