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In December, OAO Zavod im. Malysheva "will transfer to Ukraine the upgraded tanks

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In December, OAO Zavod im. Malysheva "will transfer to Ukraine the upgraded tanks



December 20 OAO Plant them. Malysheva ”plans to ship another batch of MBT Bulat T-64BM. Delivery is carried out under an agreement with the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine.

This was stated by Nikolay Belov, acting director general of the enterprise.

"10 main combat tanks T-64B, which are upgraded to the T-64BM "Bulat" level will be transferred to the customer on December 20, "Belov said.

N. Belov also noted that the full implementation of the contract for the modernization of X-NUMX tanks T-29B is planned to be completed in 64, subject to timely payment by the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine.

In October, 2010, OJSC “Plant them. Malysheva "were transferred to the first 10 modernized tanks T-64BM.

The announcement of this is posted on the website of Ukrspetsexport GC in open access.

MBT T-64BM "Bulat" - an upgraded version of the tanks T-64B and T-64A. The aim of the modernization is to bring the technical and combat characteristics of the tank to the level of modern models. Bulat was first introduced in 1999 year.

Upgraded T-64BM in its tech. characteristics comparable to the Russian T-90. He is also approaching in TTX to the Ukrainian-made “Oplot” MBT.

As a result of processing, the resource T-64BM “Bulat” has been increased to 11 thousand km, and the service life has been extended to 15 years
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  1. Anatoly
    Anatoly 3 December 2011 08: 02
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    ....subject to timely payment by the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine - what the Ministry of Defense itself doubts smile
  2. ESCANDER
    ESCANDER 3 December 2011 08: 04
    +1
    And when will our T-72s be upgraded to the level?
    Or immediately we will transfer to "Armata"?
    1. Alexey Prikazchikov
      Alexey Prikazchikov 3 December 2011 10: 00
      +1
      a contract for 300 tons 72 has already been signed.
  3. Vadim
    Vadim 3 December 2011 08: 39
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    The main thing is that they do not come up later somewhere in Georgia, or somewhere else, against us. The precedent was.
    1. Aleksey67
      Aleksey67 4 February 2012 18: 43
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      Vadim,
      I wanted to say the same thing, but you got ahead drinks
      By the way:
      At the factory to them. Malysheva in January 2011, wage arrears were paid. The workers of the plant attending the meeting of TX associate the appearance of 23 million hryvnias for paying off the debt with the activities of the association “Labor Kharkivshchyna” with the support of which two strikes were held on the territory of the plant. Now about 4 thousand workers are working at the plant compared to 65 thousand in Soviet times. - At the factory to them. Malyshev owed the workers, according to them, for the period from September 2010 to April 2011. Payments of salaries and debts were made in parts, and not in full, as stipulated by labor contracts. Equipment and buildings are also on sale.
  4. Krilion
    Krilion 3 December 2011 09: 16
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    it is strange that they did not start modernization immediately with the KV-2 and T-34 ...
    1. itr
      itr 3 December 2011 11: 12
      -3
      Yeah, I also did not believe it at the beginning, but I saw it in the photo.
      Or maybe tryndyat and this is 55.
      interesting and screwed on the tower for crap
      1. vasek-3180
        vasek-3180 3 December 2011 17: 38
        0
        mud flaps, otherwise the snow in the gap clogs! wink (Or maybe the new generation of active armor! lol )
        1. slan
          slan 3 December 2011 22: 41
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          But seriously, why do Kharkov citizens love such screens so much?
          And will the head not open the mechanics when turning the tower if it gaps? And without a sticking head there is something to cling to ..
    2. Joker
      Joker 3 December 2011 11: 37
      +1
      And why not upgrade the t-34, everything will come in handy in war. Is it easiest to take and write off tanks, and then sit with nothing, when will they buy new ones? through 3-4 years, during this time let the old ones be modernized. All is correct.
    3. mox
      mox 3 December 2011 13: 40
      +1
      Why so jealous of Ukraine?
    4. Sobibor
      Sobibor 4 December 2011 02: 16
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      Before the T-72, 64-ki has only one drawback - the engine. The rest of the tanks are identical, and in terms of ballistics, 64 is superior to both 72nd and 90th.

      Modernization concerns the engine, the installation of dynamic armor, the installation of digital guidance systems. Why is not 72 being upgraded? So in a battle on rough terrain, he obviously loses 64-ke.
      1. slan
        slan 4 December 2011 03: 38
        +2
        Quote: Sobibor
        Before the T-72, 64-ki has only one drawback - the engine

        Yeah, one)) easy-throwing tracks, unreliable MZ ..
        However, you are right, you can argue about this, but the engine for all reviews is just beyond good and evil.
        Quote: Sobibor
        and in terms of ballistics, 64 is superior to both the 72nd and 90th

        And what is balistic in your understanding? And did they set up fundamentally different guns on the T-64 and T-72?
        Quote: Sobibor
        So in a battle on rough terrain, he obviously loses 64-ke

        And on the asphalt is not known? Nice to get acquainted with the opinion of a specialist))
        1. Sobibor
          Sobibor 4 December 2011 19: 59
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          The 64-gun has a lift 30 degrees more than the 72nd. Those. the tank can shoot at a mortar principle.
      2. Don
        Don 5 December 2011 11: 51
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        Quote: Sobibor
        Before the T-72, 64-ki has only one drawback - the engine. The rest of the tanks are identical, and in terms of ballistics, 64 is superior to both 72nd and 90th.

        Tank BM "Bulat" is the result of the modernization of the T-64A and T-64B. The purpose of modernization was to bring the combat and technical characteristics of the tank to the modern level, such tanks as T-80UD, T-84U.
  5. stalker
    stalker 3 December 2011 11: 17
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    Is there an infrared spotlight on the tower on the left or an ordinary headlight?
    1. Kyrgyz
      Kyrgyz 3 December 2011 14: 14
      +1
      ik probably a headlamp on the body
  6. Nechai
    Nechai 3 December 2011 13: 26
    -1
    INFLUENCE OF THE DESIGN OF RUBBER-METAL TRACK ON THE OPERATIONAL QUALITIES OF THE TANK.
    http://gurkhan.blogspot.com/2011/10/blog-post_3759.html
    The results and conclusions are completely unexpected / for me, in any case /. And the question arises, and switched to hell ONLY to rms with a parallel hinge? Yes, this mystery is great ...
  7. Kyrgyz
    Kyrgyz 3 December 2011 14: 15
    -1
    It’s doubtful that T64 is straight up to the T90 level, probably marketing
  8. Nechai
    Nechai 3 December 2011 19: 22
    -1
    Kyrgyz,
    It is doubtful that T64 is straight to T90 level

    Why not. then? All problems on the engine have long been resolved / by climaxes and for their own GTD-1000 - micro-vibro-air-cleaning turbine blades /. All deliveries of components blocked by the military-industrial complex of the Russian Federation, they do on their own. So, in my opinion, it’s easy or even higher than what they’ll do.
    1. German
      German 3 December 2011 21: 23
      0
      you can see right away you are little or not familiar with the situation in Ukraine. This T64BM began to be modernized 15 years ago. With such power as in Ukraine, for the last 20 years, it’s amazing that 10 pieces were made!
      1. Sobibor
        Sobibor 4 December 2011 02: 18
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        In fact, the troops are already about 100 modernized. A contract for the modernization of 20-30 tanks is signed annually.
        1. Bad_gr
          Bad_gr 4 February 2012 15: 08
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          Quote: Sobibor
          A contract for the modernization of 20-30 tanks is signed annually

          The article says:
          "..." 10 main battle tanks T-64B, which have been upgraded to the level of T-64BM Bulat, will be handed over to the customer on December 20, "Belov said.
          N. Belov also noted that the full implementation of the contract for the modernization of X-NUMX tanks T-29B is planned to be completed in 64, subject to timely payment by the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine.
          In October 2010 JSC "Plant im. Malyshev "the first 10 modernized T-64BM tanks were transferred ...."

          That is, from 2010 to 2012 a contract for 29 tanks. A little less than 10 pieces a year. And even if there will be payment.
  9. Yurk
    Yurk 3 December 2011 23: 31
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    These, by chance, are not the ones that were taken from the Georgians, and which Ukraine sold to the Georgians?
    And then, indeed, it will turn out as in Quarter 95, the cycle of weapons in nature!
    1. Bad_gr
      Bad_gr 4 February 2012 15: 10
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      The Georgians took away the modernized T-72. Super T-64, not inferior to the T-90 so far no one managed to sell. If I am mistaken, correct.
  10. JIGIT
    JIGIT 4 December 2011 04: 04
    -1
    It’s a pity, the Ukrainians left such a plant, because they will be destroyed, bastards !!!
    1. Kyrgyz
      Kyrgyz 4 December 2011 09: 11
      0
      ))) and how do you take it then evacuate from there as in a war?
      let them use it, we haven’t yet withdrawn our +
  11. Tolia
    Tolia 4 December 2011 09: 21
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    "It is doubtful, the T64 is already straight up to the T90 level"


    The T-90 was created in the late 80s as a deep modernization of the T-72B tank. In 1989, UKBTM handed over the first four tanks for testing, which were later named T-90. The main difference between the tank and the T-72B was the presence of an automated control system borrowed from the T-80U / UD tank, before that the T-72 was not equipped with an automatic control system. The tank was also equipped with built-in ERA "Contact-5", and later with the KOEP "Shtora-1". At the same time, the design of the tank as a whole was similar to the T-72B tank, equipped with a cast turret and an 840 hp engine. In response to Ukraine's sale to Pakistan in 1996-99, 320 T-80UD tanks, India urgently decided to restore the balance of power (at that time, Indian tank crews simply had nothing to fight with Pakistani T-80UDs, which were head and shoulders above their T-72Ms and T-55) and purchase in Russia a batch of T-90S (export modification of the T-90). In 1999, 3 T-90S vehicles took part in tests in India, of which one with a cast turret and 2 new ones with welded turrets. The tests of the Russian T-90S tanks that took place in the Rajasthan desert, according to the Indian side, were not quite the same as the Nizhny Tagil tank builders would like. According to a report cited by the Indian source Political Events, the 84 hp B-1-840 engines all three cars that took part in the tests did not pass the test due to severe overheating. And one of the tank engines failed, unable to withstand operation in high temperature and dusty conditions. But in the end, Delhi did not refuse to purchase new Russian tanks. In addition, due to the lack of air conditioning over the past four years, because of this, 80-90 MSA, which costs almost 20% of the total cost of the tank, were unsuitable for use; attempts to solve this problem have so far been unsuccessful. Thus, the supply of Ukrainian tanks to Pakistan, in fact, revived the Russian tank building, which in those years was in the deepest crisis - there was the question of curtailing the production of tanks at Uralvagonzavod.

    Armored vehicles of Ukraine: results, potential, prospects ...
    Results for 15 years of "independence"
    http://btvt.narod.ru/4/Ukraine/ukraina_1991_2006.htm
    1. slan
      slan 4 December 2011 11: 56
      +5
      Tolya-zhora-hero, why are you so worried? Both T-64 and T-72 T-80 T-90 are Russian tanks created by Russian designers. The concept of Russians also includes Ukrainians, who may be even more in Tagil than in Kharkov. A repeated repetition of a quote from the people your self-esteem of rural provincial losers above the baseboard will not raise.
      Sorry, but the Russians have not been to blame for 20 years now that Ukraine is the poorest country in Europe except Moldova and Albania. Only Svidomo nerds like you are guilty of this.
      1. Tolia
        Tolia 4 December 2011 16: 09
        -3
        In the field of armored vehicles, after 20 years ... Uralvagonzavod turned out to be a loser, which drove its T-90 to Kharkiv for outsourcing ... where are they crazy about the traditional Tagil "quality" and engineering thought ...
  12. Victor
    Victor 4 December 2011 10: 42
    +3
    You can become cancerless too. When the economy does not allow to do something really new, it is necessary to modernize the old, not yet sold out weapons. So with 64 cars.
    1. Tolia
      Tolia 4 December 2011 10: 51
      +1
      Tell this to the Americans with their B-52 ... if the car is excellent and for little money it can be pulled up to the current level, modernization is the right decision ..
  13. Bad_gr
    Bad_gr 4 February 2012 18: 39
    +1
    "... The upgraded T-64BM in terms of its technical characteristics is comparable to the Russian T-90. Also, in terms of performance characteristics, it is close to the Ukrainian-made" Oplot "MBT ...."

    That is, "Oplot" seems to be far ahead in terms of its performance characteristics. I wonder who when they compared them live, including undermining and countering armor to modern anti-tank shells? In Russia, before being put into service, a new line of tanks is subjected to these tests (at least one tank must be blown up and shot). Even object 195 passed it (this is with its price!).
    And "Oplotov" produced only 10 pieces, and all of them are in stock (in the Army of Ukraine). None were injured during the tests. And yet it is claimed to be "ahead". Regarding other characteristics, they do not shun falsification (from fraud to obvious lies).
    In general, regarding superiority - an unproven empty chatter.