The PPMP Mobile Ambulance is designed to deploy dressing stations providing first aid for the wounded or victims in combat or disaster areas.
The use of the MTLBu multirole tracked carrier as the base chassis ensures cross-country / offroad capability, amphibious capability, as well as protection of the crew from bullets and fragmentations.
The 8 m³ compartment located in the rear part of the vehicle accommodates containers with medical equipment and tools, medicine and bandage storage, and foldback seats for transporting lightly wounded personnel. Alternatively, the vehicle can accommodate three layers of stretchers for transporting badly wounded victims.
|Weight, t||within 11,5|
|Payload, t||within 4,0|
|Crew, men||up to 6|
|Height, mm||within 2450|
|Road clearance, mm||400|
|Max speed over earth roads, km/h||60|
|Average speed over earth roads, km/h||28…32|
|Water speed, km/h||3…5|
|Road fuel range, km||500|
|Dry ground fuel range, km||400|
With the vehicle parked in a medical camp area a tent is deployed at the rear armor plate of the vehicle, in front of the rear hatch. The tent is then used to treat casualties in the field conditions. In the travel position the tent is stored in the containers placed along the sides of the vehicle.
The vehicle if fitted with an NBC system, is air-conditioned and carriers a drinking water tank.
The autonomous electric power supply is provided by a portable diesel 5kW AC generator.