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MBT T72M1

 

TYPE:

MBT

DESCRIPTION:

MBT T72M1

PRICE:

Upon Request

PACKING:

Ex-Works

 

 

mbt t72m1

 

 

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Brand New  MBT T72M1

 

Up to 300 units Arsenal Stock

 

Year of manufacture: (YOM 1975-1985) But New and Unused

 

Delivery: 30 to 35 per months after full and complete check before delivery

 

T-72M1 Main Battle Tank

Crew: 3.

Combat Weight: 41,500 kg.

Ground Pressure: 0.83 kg/cm2.

Engine: V-12 air-cooled, multi-fuel injection, engine with 780 hp.

Fuel Capacity: 1200 litres (1600 litres with extra tanks).

Maximum Speed: 60 km/h.

Maximum Range: Without long range fuel tanks; 480 km.
............................With long range fuel tanks; 550 km.

Transmission: Synchromesh, hydraulically assisted with 7 forward and 1 reverse gear.

Steering: Clutch and brake.

Suspension: Torsion bar.

Electrical System: 24V.

Gradient: 60%.

Side Slope: 40%

Vertical Obstacle: 0.85 metres.

Trench Crossing: 2.28 metres wide.

Armament: 1 x 125mm smoothbore gun with 44 rounds.
...............1 x 12.7mm NSV anti-air machine gun with 300 rounds.
...............1 x 7.62mm co-axial PKT machine gun with 2000 rounds.
...............1 x Assault Rifle for the crew.
...............3 x Pistols for the crew.

Gun Elevation/Depression: +14?/-6?.

Smoke Grenade Launchers: 8.

 


 

T-72B MAIN BATTLE TANK

 

 

Accepted in 1985 and mass-produced since 1988, the T-72B(M) MBT (Ob.187) has protection level comparative to that of the contemporary T-80U, but has a noticably poorer FCS and vision aids and is underpowered. It is the last model of the (in)famous T-72 line, because the T-72BU MBT, successor to T-72B(M), received a new designation, T-90. However, T-72B(M) tanks and older T-72s upgraded to T-72B(M) standard are the most numerous tanks fielded with the Russian military. With the current financial problems, it will likely remain in wide-spread use well into the 21st century.

 

Dimensions:                      L9,530/6,860 x W3,460 x H2,226 x 470 clearance
 Weight:                              44.5 metric tons
 Crew:                                 3
 
 Engine:                              840 hp
V-84-1 diesel
                                              1 kW AB-1 aux.unit (T-72BK)
 Max Road Speed:           60 km/h
 Max X-country Speed:  45 km/h
 Power/Weight:                18.9 hp/tn
 Ground Pressure:           0.9 kg/sq.cm
 Range:                               500 km
 
 Obstacle negotiation:
 Fording depth:                1.2 m on the move/5 m with OPVT (snorkel)
 Trench width:                  2.8 m
 Vertical obstacle:            0.8 m
 Maximum gradient:        30
 
 Weapons
 Main Weapon:                 125mm 2A46M smoothbore
 Stabilization:                    2E42-2 Zhasmin
 Rate of fire:                       6-8 rounds/min
 Ammunition:                    45 rounds (22 in carousel)
 
Ammunition Types:       APFSDS, HEAT, HEF
 
 ATGM through 125mm:  
9M119M Refleks-M (AT-11 Sniper-B)
 
 Machine Guns:                  Coaxial PKT 7.62mm (2000 rounds)
                                                Manual AAMG mount NSVT 12.7mm (300 rounds)
 
 Smoke Screens:                8 902B 82mm mortars with 3D6/3D17 smoke grenades
                                                smoke discharger
 
 Equipment
 Night Vision:                      TPN-3-49/TPN-4
 Fire Control:                       1A40-1
                                                9K120 Svir missile guidance system

Onboard sights and accuracy aids:
   Commander:                    PNK-3/PNK-4 sight
   Gunner:                             1V528 ballistic computer
                                                1K13-49 rangefinder/sight (1K33-49 on T-72BK)
                                                laying device
                                                wind gauge
 Driver:                                  TVN-4 IR night viewer
 Radio:                                   R-173
                                                 R-113 + R-130 (T-72BK)
 Navigation:                          TNA-4 (T-72BK)
 
 Other:                                    NBC, 3ETs13 Inej auto-fire-fighting equipment, self-dig-in blade,
                                                 heating, KMT-6 mine clearing equipment (optional)
 
 Front & side armor laminated;
 front, side and top armor behind
Kontakt-5 ERA
 
 Armor rating, mm RHA: Front turret 54..76cm vs APFSDS; 80..122cm vs HEAT
                                             Glacis 692cm vs APFSDS; 944cm HEAT

 


 

Main Battle Tanks T-72A
 

 

 

 

 

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