TsNIITochMash Begins Production of New Ammo Packaging

TsNIITochMash Begins Production of New Ammo Packaging

New airtight, fire-resistant fiberglass packages have been created by the Central Research Institute of Precision Engineering (Concern Kalashnikov) for the storage and transportation of high-precision and guided artillery shells.

"TsNIITochMash JSC is currently completing tests of the packaging and planning a full production cycle using the new technology which should significantly ramp up its annual output," stated Vadim Malinnikov, the project's leading designer.

Numerous fiberglass boxes and packages for ammunition, weapons, and military gear are already mass-produced by TsNIITochMash. The enterprise has a capacity to produce 200 types of fiberglass boxes and packaging for military supplies, ammunition, and weapons.

Optoelectronic units and assemblies, as well as other products with highly complex configurations and little support surface area, can be placed, operated, transported, and stored using fiberglass packaging. Systems that use such packages and boxes are used by armed forces of more than 20 countries, including those with tropical climates. The Institute's products are used in Kornet-E, Metis, Igla-S, Iskander-E, Topol, MKAU-A, Malakhit and many other systems.

TsNIITochMash established a production facility using exclusively Russian-made materials for the manufacture of boxes and packages. These packages and boxes are used to build containers for transportation and operation of equipment, as well as field workstations.

Utilizing the technological advancements developed at TsNIITochMash gives the packaging high operational properties, improves product safety, requires less labor, and makes mothballing quicker.

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