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All Terrain Tracked Carrier (ATTC) - Basic Configuration
The All Terrain Tracked Carrier (ATTC) is a multi-purpose articulated tracked carrier that can be configured to meet a full range of payload requirements, from logistic carriers and command variants to weapon system platforms.

With load carrying capacity of up to 5 tones, the ATTC is sharply responsive with a top speed of 60 km/h on the road and at least 25 km/h on cross-country terrain. Its four-sprocket drive, fully articulated steering with optional differential lock provides for small turning radius maneuvers and improved performance in the most challenging conditions. Its high power to weight ratio gives good acceleration and drawbar pull.

Designed to traverse any terrain with ease and dexterity, the ATTC is at home in mud, swamp and snow. With a ground pressure of 60 Kpa, Its heavy duty seamless rubber tracks are fitted with a running gear system designed to tackling soft ground conditions and directional stability. Swimming operations require minimum preparation and it can achieve a swimming speed of 5 km/h.

Quite and comfortable, thanks to its rubber tracks, the ATTC is fuel efficient and environmentally friendly, meeting stringent emission control laws because of its well-tuned electronically controlled power pack. The spacious and ergonomically designed crew cabin promotes greater operational readiness for any action - even after long continuous operations. Human factor engineering considerations are applied to all Man-Machine Interfaces, such as the driver console, which is intuitive in operations requiring minimum training and supervision.

The ATTC's flexible design and high payload give it unsurpassed growth potential to meet any future needs. This includes non-military operations such as rescue operations, mining and forest applications. Its large payload offers economies of scale in hauling bulk loads through rough terrain. Modular Armour gives the user the option to customize protection according to battlefield requirements.

 

 

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ATTC introduction Introduction ATTC possible variants Possible Variants ATTC Related with BV206 page 1 Related-BV206-1 BV206 specifications BV206 Spec.
ATTC Specification Specification ATTC Gallery Gallery ATTC ATTC Related with BV206 page 2 Related-BV206-2

BV206 from Quadtech QT. BV206 Spec.

author main BV206 - ARTHUR Gallery BV206 ATTC Related with BV206 page 3 Related-BV206s-3 Bv206S technical spec BV206S Spec.
author main BV206 - Scale Model Reference BVS-10 Site-Map

Unless otherwise stated. All information are extracted from product brochure of STK - Dec1999
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