Kyivteploenergo received vehicles to eliminate accidents in heating networks based on ISUZU
Polycar has developed and completed three emergency recovery vehicles based on the ISUZU NPS 75 (4x4) chassis. The chassis supplier was Komtranskomplekt LLC, the official distributor of ISUZU trucks and pickups.
All three machines were handed over to Kyivteploenergo. These vehicles will help the capital's repair teams to quickly eliminate the breakdown of heating systems. The purchase of this batch of machines, their design and equipment became possible thanks to the technical support of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) under the Energy Security Project.
The machines are equipped with all-wheel drive, ISUZU 4HK1 diesel engine with power of 155 hp (Euro-5), a five-speed manual transmission MYY5T and a load capacity of 4.5 tons. At the same time, they are quite compact, which is important when working in urban areas.
The vans of these cars are made in the form of a frameless design of sandwich panels, divided into two main compartments (passenger and technological, with niches for equipment for repairmen). The necessary signal and lighting equipment is provided outside. Steel bumpers of cars are equipped with reliable protection for brake lights and direction indicators. The bright design of the cars is designed for better visibility on the roads.
In the technological compartment, equipment and inventory can be transported without hindrance, and the lighting device above the entrance to the compartment can be used as a working spotlight when performing emergency work at night. They are provided on all sides of the van. The floors in the van are made of corrugated anti-slip metal sheet, there are fixtures in the floor and in the walls for carrying hand tools. The body has a complete set of tools necessary for repair work.
The passenger compartment is designed for a crew of 6 people plus a driver and 2 passenger seats in the cabin.
If you want to order municipal equipment or learn more about cars based on the ISUZU chassis, you can get advice by phone: +380 (44) 351-75-58.