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The UPG-92 self-propelled powder-type pulse-action fire-fighting vehicle is intended to suppress fires of A type (firm substances), B type (liquid substances), C type (gas-type substances) and fires in energised electrical equipment when eliminating the after-effects of emergencies and catastrophes.

Technical characteristics: 

Parameter description Parameter value
Weight 31 t
Fire suppression method combined, with powder being used
Number of barrels of the pulse-type system 5 pcs
Weight of the powder charge loaded in one barrel 200 kg
Powder charge launch distance 30 m
Number of suspended fire extinguishers of pump-in type 2 pcs
Powder launch distance (when using the fire extinguisher) 40 m
Max powder flow rate 5 kg/s
Basic chassis 
Type MT-T heavy tracked tractor
Engine capacity 710 hp
Max movement speed 65 km/h
Number of seats in the cabin 8
Winch with a pulling force of 25 t
Average ground pressure 0.62 kg/cm²
Fuel distance 250 km
Anti-radiation protection, filter-ventilator unit, and internal fire fighting equipment are available

UPG-92 Self-propelled Powder-type Pulse-action Fire-fighting Vehicle

UPG-92 Self-propelled Powder-type Pulse-action Fire-fighting Vehicle

UPG-92 Self-propelled Powder-type Pulse-action Fire-fighting Vehicle

UPG-92 Self-propelled Powder-type Pulse-action Fire-fighting Vehicle

UPG-92 Self-propelled Powder-type Pulse-action Fire-fighting Vehicle

UPG-92 Self-propelled Powder-type Pulse-action Fire-fighting Vehicle


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