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Denmark ordered heavy tactical recovery vehicles from RMMV

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Denmark ordered heavy tactical recovery vehicles from RMMV



Rheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles (RMMV) will supply the Danish 14 Armed Forces with heavy armored repair and recovery vehicles.
 
Weighing about 36 tons, a heavy tactical recovery vehicle is based on the tried and tested 8x8 RMMV SX45 chassis that combines exceptional stability, safety and crew comfort, along with outstanding maneuverability, whether on road or on rough terrain. Thanks to Miller's integrated recovery module, the RMMV repair and recovery vehicle quickly and safely, even in the most extreme conditions, is able to pull out heavy, stray vehicles weighing up to 40 tons or lift containers weighing up to 17 tons. Thus, the HTRV RMMV ideally complements the range of equipment adopted by modern armies: many tactical and logistical vehicles with protective modules deployed in various operations have become heavier, which places higher demands on repair-evacuation indicators.
 


The third level of ballistic and the third level of mine protection ensures the safety of the crew from small-arms fire weapons and improvised explosive devices.

The HTRV RMMV recovery module is manufactured by the American company Miller Industries Towing Equipment Inc from Ooltewah, Tennessee. Miller is the world leader in repair and recovery vehicles. The RMMV repair and recovery vehicle is equipped with a heavy rotator and a crane with a lifting capacity of 75 tons, as well as two independently controlled Rotzler HZ090 winches and a Rotzler TR200 main recovery winch with 30-and ton pull forces. The machine also has various equipment designed to perform specific tasks. The integration of the Miller recovery module will take place at the MAN Trucks Bus in Denmark, which is a 100% offset transaction.

The Danish armed forces will be the first in Europe to adopt the HTRV RMMV. Denmark already possesses a number of tactical and logistical vehicles from the HX and SX family of RMMV.

Deliveries will begin in the first quarter of 2014, and it is planned to finish them in the second quarter of 2015.
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  1. Edward72
    Edward72 7 June 2013 07: 13 New
    +2
    According to the claimed performance characteristics are not bad bibika.
    1. Vashestambid2
      Vashestambid2 7 June 2013 07: 17 New
      +1
      I always wonder who gets up early in the morning and leaves comments here.

      wink
      1. MilaPhone
        MilaPhone 7 June 2013 08: 29 New
        +3
        Quote: Vashestambid2
        I always wonder who gets up early in the morning and leaves comments here.

        It is not necessary to get up early in the morning - we have a huge country with different time zones! smile
        1. Vashestambid2
          Vashestambid2 7 June 2013 08: 32 New
          0
          Well, anyway, there is always someone first !! smile I happened to be here by accident in the morning, but leaving comments is not very true and hunting in the morning !!
          1. MilaPhone
            MilaPhone 7 June 2013 09: 03 New
            +1
            Whoever gets up early, God grants that! smile
      2. loft79
        loft79 7 June 2013 22: 54 New
        0
        Or maybe someone didn’t go to bed laughing
  2. svp67
    svp67 7 June 2013 07: 38 New
    +2
    Yes, its declared limit is the maximum BMP, and I would very much like to see how this "miracle unit" will drag it across the crossroads, and so I think its main purpose is to provide technical assistance and evacuate damaged equipment, when carrying out "peacekeeping" operations in hot climates rich in oil and drugs ...
    1. Professor
      7 June 2013 08: 31 New
      +3
      Quote: svp67
      Yes, its declared limit is maximum BMP

      The RMMV recovery and recovery vehicle is equipped with a heavy rotating device and a crane with a lifting capacity of 75 tonsas well as two independently driven Rotzler HZ090 winches and a Rotzler TR200 main recovery winch with 30-ton traction effort.
      Enough for Russian tanks.
      1. svp67
        svp67 7 June 2013 08: 44 New
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        Quote: Professor
        a crane with a lifting capacity of 75 tons, as well as ... the main Rotzler TR200 recovery winch with 30-ton pulling force.
        Enough for Russian tanks.
        Enough of that - raise and lower, probably yes, but 30 tons of pulling force, with the use of a chain hoist, can still be pulled out and dragged along the length of the cable, but not how will he evacuate it further?
        1. Professor
          7 June 2013 09: 01 New
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          At least pulled out of the mud and put on his feet.

          then we ship or pull ...

          1. bask
            bask 7 June 2013 09: 07 New
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            Quote: Professor
            then we ship or pull ...

            And that in Germany to load and pull. All armored vehicles are over 30 tons.
          2. MilaPhone
            MilaPhone 7 June 2013 09: 10 New
            +1
            German "thief".
            Such "Gelendvagens" should be evacuated to Moscow near the White House.
          3. svp67
            svp67 7 June 2013 09: 27 New
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            Quote: Professor
            then we ship or pull ...

            We also have similar tractors, and this is still a good way for wheeled vehicles, yes on the road, and for tracked vehicles, for cross-country vehicles - excuse me, but I doubt it very much, and the trailer here is not a big assistant to him ...
            1. Professor
              7 June 2013 09: 34 New
              +1
              In relation to tanks, you are more likely right, for this machine there is something to pull out and tow.
            2. self-propelled
              self-propelled 7 June 2013 09: 59 New
              +2
              Quote: svp67
              We also have similar tractors
  3. Reserve buildbat
    Reserve buildbat 7 June 2013 08: 55 New
    +3
    We have it in the fall, even BMP is unlikely to pull out. rather, she herself will be pulled by a winch through the mud. smile
  4. igor36
    igor36 7 June 2013 09: 07 New
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    Quote: Professor
    The RMMV recovery and recovery vehicle is equipped with a heavy rotary device and a crane with a lifting capacity of 75 tons, as well as two independently controlled Rotzler HZ090 winches and a 200-ton pulling main rotzler TR30 winch.
    Enough for Russian tanks.

    Not enough, believe the specialist who has worked hard for cranes. The maximum lifting capacity of the crane is ensured at the minimum reach of the boom, with the full installation of outriggers and by no means on all soils. In the field, and even with the threat of damage to the car and crew, all this can not be taken into account.
    1. Professor
      7 June 2013 09: 25 New
      -1
      I believe the specialist. Danes write that they are going to pull out increasingly heavier equipment (even if not tanks). Probably calculated options. hi
      1. igor36
        igor36 7 June 2013 17: 57 New
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        Heavy armored vehicles with an 8x8 wheel arrangement weighing 36 tons are designed to evacuate damaged armored vehicles on the highway and in off-road conditions. One HTRV is capable of transporting damaged armored vehicles in bulk up to 40 tons or several transport containers with a total weight of up to 17 tons
        Russian tanks T-72, T-80, T-90 have a mass of 41-47 tons. And now the question is: why should the Danes calculate the evacuation of Russian tanks?