Riot Control Vehicle

Riot Control Vehicle

> Riot control vehicle designed on the purpose of dispersing the crowd and quenching.

> It is likely to be manufactured as being armored in the B1/B2 or b3 to b7 levels.

> The riot control vehicle constructed on 5 main bases. The superstructure, used on the chassis, manufactured as being compatible according to the road and traffic conditions. The width, height, and the other parameters are agreeable with traffic standards.

> Mercedes or Iveco with high engine preferred as the chassis of the vehicle. It has a diesel engine having a 4×2 thrust force.

> The vehicle has averagely 10 tones superstructure bearing capacity. The engine power is at least 275 Hp.

> A firing port, controlled from a button that placed on the door, is situated on both drivers’ and passengers’ windows.

> Side windows of the drivers’ cabinet are taken under protection against rocks etc. by gridirons. Front and side windows are coated with b6 level ballistic fire-proof glasses.

> The front bonnet of the vehicle endorsed with a gridiron system that can be switched by a hydraulic piston easily.

> The whole lighting system used out of the ambulance taken under protection via gridirons.

> The wheels are covered with filling material in order to prevent them from blowing out. In case they get damaged, don’t go down and keep going till 40-50 kilometers.

> A sweeping shovel having 205 cms width and 80 cms height placed on the front of the vehicle. It can scatter the barricades that came on its way. This system operates hydraulically and controlled by a command placed in the drivers’ cabinet.

> A buzzer and a warning system placed on both front and rear of the ceiling. Protective gridirons mounted on the out of these lamps. The system is managed from a control system that placed in the drivers’ cabinet.

> The painting used for external surfaces of the vehicle arranged according to the intended color depending on the customer.

> The inner surface of the water tank coated with epoxy material. The internal volume of the tank is nearly 500 liters; in fact, it is changeable depending on the requests coming from the customer. 

Gas and paint system:

The riot control vehicle has 60 liters teargas and 30 liters painting system. These tubes placed in the capped area as being situated into the cabinets, having high endurance and a lock system. It is possible to attain them from outside. Moreover, a     remote control locking determined additionally in the driver compartment.

> Spreading the gas and paint is controlled from the driver cabinet.

> Paints and gases used in the vehicle have no proven injury to human health.

> 12 gas spreading units placed on the vehicle. In fact, they able to operate at the same time.

Water tank:

> A screen placed in order to show the amount of the water left in the tanker.

> Breakwaters situated into the tank for the purpose of preventing the body from getting damaged by impulses of the vehicle. 

Water pump:

> Water pump operates with a diesel engine that is apart from the vehicles’.

> The pump mounted on the rear of the vehicle.

> It is easy to maintain it.

> It has a protective cap against the dashes coming from outside.

> It pumps 2000 liters water in a minute.

> It sprays water with nearly 8-12 bars pressure. It is able to repel the water until 40 meters in a normal operating situation.

> A hydrophilic pump with vacuuming situated in order to supply the required water of the riot control vehicle. This pump can receive the water from draw wells having 10 meters depth in max.

> Internal surface of the pump covered with a bronze material.

Riot control vehicle Water monitor:

> It is mounted to the top of the water tank.

> It can move toward left, right, up, and down.

> Water exit pressure is averagely between 6-10 bars.

> Jactus distance is averagely 35-40 meters.

> Joystick of the monitor is mounted into the cabinet. It conveys the movements that it takes to the water monitor immediately. In addition, the joystick allows controlling pepper gas and the amount of foam admixture.

> The external sides of the monitor preserved in a box in order to prevent it from the dashes coming from outside.

> A camera system determined on the monitor.

> It is possible to observe the water monitor from the drivers’ cabinet.

 Controlling the electric:

> A controlling board situated into the drivers’ cabinet that controls and commands the whole electric system in the riot vehicle.

> Opening and closing the system, giving a warning in emergency situations, functions of the water pump, the intensity and the amount of the gas, amount and spreading the paint are controlled from here.

> Foam and the foam pressure can be seen on the electric board.

> A lightened checklist box, that shows whether the whole system is operating, placed in the drivers’ cabinet. It shows the possible breakdowns occurring in the system.

> A fire extinction system placed in the drivers’ compartment.

> A filter system determined in order to leach the air coming from outside and separate harmful elements in it. This system protects the riot control vehicle from negative smells and harmful gases coming from outward. 

Spume tank:

> Temperature rises occurring on the external surface of the vehicle pursued by a system.

> A quenching system determined in case a fire that is able to quench the fire with its own tank.

> The capacity of the spume tank is 80 liters.

> The whole fire extinguishing system operates automatically in case a fire.

> The system is self-closed in a specific time period by a muster. 

Armoring the riot control vehicle:

> The vehicle armored according to En 1522 and En 1063 European Union standards if requested.

> The ballistic pressure that generally preferred in the riot control vehicles is b3/b4. B6/B7 levels are only implemented in the drivers’ compartment.

> Armoring the drivers’ cabinet is composed by mounting a structure, made from armored ballistic steel, on the canvas of the cabinet. Left and right windows altered with ballistic ones.

> Special steel hinges with high endurance used in the doors.

The doors carry till100 kilograms additional ballistic steel material. Firing ports can be constructed in both of the doors if requested.

> A ventilation duct settled for the smell that may occur due to the gunpowder.

> The front glass, having ballistic resistance, of the drivers’ cabinet doesn’t blow out and splinter in case a dash.