Designation:

BASTION APC

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Manufacturer: ACMAT - Ateliers de Construction Mecanique de l'Atlantique  
Product type: Armoured Vehicles  
Name: Wheeled armoured personnel carrier  

The Acmat Bastion is designed on a chassis VLRA, the use of joint bodies to VLRA, enables easy maintenance and simplified logistics. It provides a platform multifunctional performance and reliability. The BASTION an armored 4×4 which perfectly combines mobility and all-terrain performance at a high level of protection: armor and ballistic glass level 2-3, anti-mine protection levels 2a and 2b.

Inside a steel hull shielded THD, the cab of the Acmat Bastion APC can accommodate 10 people in a comfortable living space of 8.5 m3.

  • Engine: 5.0-litre Turbo Diesel Intercooler Euro 2 or Euro 5

  • Power output: 215 hp (158 kW) @ 2300 rpm

  • Peak torque: 815 Nm @ 1200 rpm

  • Frame: Rigid mechanical-welded frame Cold-stamped HEL steel sheet U-shaped side members 210 x 90 x 8 mm

Driveline

  • Steering: Hydraulic powersteerng

  • Gearbox: Manual 6-forward, 1-reverse Option: Automatic 5-forward, 1-re/erse

  • Transfer box: Long gear and low gear Manual inter-axles locking differental

  • Front and rear axles: Rigid axles with hub gear Positive locking differental

  • Suspensions: Parabolic multi-eaves springs Hydropneumatic shock absorbers

  • Brake system: Hydropneumatic system with air dryer Front and rear disc brakes ABS disconnectable (optional)

  • Tyres: 4 x Michelin 365/80 R20XZL

  • Electrical: 24-volt circuit

  • EMC, MIL-STD-461E: Electro Magnetic Compatibiity

Mobility & Performances

  • Range without refuelng: 1000 km

  • Fuel: 300 litres (2x 150 litres)

  • Drinking water: 120 litres

  • Maxi speed - with reducer: 110 km/h - 60 km/h

  • Turning radius: 7.25 m

  • Artransport, MIL-STD-1791: C130-C160-A400M -CH47

  • Crew capacity 10: 2-front + 8-rear

Protection & Survivability

  • Monocoque shell: High hardness armoured steel

  • Balistic Armour Protecton: Level 1 to Level 3, NATO STAIWG 4569

  • Balistic glass: Level 1 to Level 3, NATO STAIWG 4569

  • Anti-mne protecton: Levels 2a / 2b, NATO STAIWG 4569

  • Tyres Runflat: Anti-mine, FINABEL A20A

  • 2 front seats: Adjustable with safety belts

  • 8 rear seats: Fold-down with safety belts

Fire support systems

  • Crcular turret 12.7 (05): 360 with HMG support, or remote weapon system

  • Supports 7.62 (03"): 2 LMG swivel stations on sides

  • Gun ports 7.62 LMG (0.3"): 1 front, 2 rear and 6 side

  • Emergency exit: 2 emergency roof hatches

  • Storage: 10 storages for assault rifle

  • Self-protecton systems: Smoke grenade launchers

Miscellaneous

  • Cabin: Air-conditoning, windshield defrosting

  • Front and rear lights: Blackout function, Grids for protection

  • Towing: Rear hook with brake hoses

  • Pioneer tool kit: Shovel, axe, pickaxe

  • Tool box: 1st Level maintenance

  • Manual: Driving and maintenance

Recommended options

  • Radiocommunicaton: 24-volt pre-equipment kit

  • Front electric winch: 6.8-tonne pulng force

  • Automatic CTIS: Central Tyre Infatuation System

Specifications:
Property Value
Length (mm)
6000
Width (mm)
2200
Height (mm)
2400
Number of drive wheels
4
Number of wheels
4
Track (mm)
1830
Wheelbase (mm)
3600
Weight (kg)
15000
Payload (kg)
2000
Engine power output (h.p.)
215
Maximum torque (Nm)
815
Crew
2
Troops
8
Max. road range (km)
1000
Fuel capacity (l)
200
Turning circle radius (mm)
7250



BASTION APC quantities:
Country Qnt
CAMEROON CAMEROON
15
ETHIOPIA ETHIOPIA
12
SOMALIA SOMALIA
13
TUNISIA TUNISIA
4
UGANDA UGANDA
17
Qnt:
61

Last Contracts:
Qnt Customer Value Add Date
(Close Date)
Unit cost
17
UGANDA
$6.851.000
Sep 2015
(Oct 2017)
$403,000
13
SOMALIA
$5.239.000
Sep 2015
(Oct 2017)
$403,000
4
TUNISIA
$1.612.000
Sep 2015
(Oct 2017)
$403,000
15
CAMEROON
$6.045.000
Sep 2015
(Oct 2017)
$403,000
12
ETHIOPIA
$4.836.000
Sep 2015
(Oct 2017)
$403,000
Average Unit Cost:
$403,000

All contracts...


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