KOZAK 2M1 is a tactical vehicle intended for a wide range of combat missions, including actions directly on battlefield. It excels heavy-armored vehicles in maneuverability and portability, and, at the same time, is much better protected than general utility vehicles like HMMWV. Particular attention is paid to the mine protection that allows using these vehicles in «asymmetrical conflicts».
|GVW, kg||14 000|
|Width, mm||2 565|
|Length, mm||6 600|
|Height (roof level), mm||2 420|
|Ground clearance, mm||430 мм|
|Road speed, km/h||120|
|Operation range, km||1000|
|Angle of approach||60%|
|Ballistic protection||STANAG 4569 level 2|
|Blast protection||STANAG 4569 level 3a/3b|
|Seating capacity, up to||10|
Crew compartment of KOZAK-2M was designed to bear in mind that crew can spent a long time inside the vehicle during performing of combat mission. That’s why the crew compartment is spacious, with comfortable internal height, noise and thermal protection. The seats for crew and driver has special anthropometric shape – due to it, soldiers remains less tired after long trips. Also, the crew compartment has an internal lighting system with several levels of light and individual «goose-neck» lamps of directional light.
|KOZAK 2M1 is equipped with complex climatic system that maintains comfortable temperature conditions inside the vehicle. Specially for hot climate in the rear part of crew compartment, the additional AC evaporator of increased capacity is installed. Such climatic system provides possibility of operation in temperature range from -40 °C to +55 °C, thus, KOZAK 2M1 vehicle can be used all over the world.|
DOORS KOZAK 2M1
PRACTIKA armored vehicles have a sufficient number of openings (doors and hatches) for prompt landing on the battlefield and for retaliatory fire. They are all equipped with reinforced hinges, opening limiters, pneumatic struts and springs for facilitating of opening.
KOZAK 2M1 has unique design of doors – frond lateral doors opens on direction of vehicle’s moving, while rear lateral doors opens against direction of moving. This 180° opening provides additional protection (by armor of doors) for soldiers when they land on the battlefield.