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Manufacturer: Armtrac Ltd  
Product type: Auxiliary Vehicles  
Name: Mine clearing vehicle  

The Armtrac 400 is the largest of the Armtrac range. With its 3 meter Tiller rotor it is capable of clearing in excess of 24 000 square meters per hour (depending on terrain & operator experience). With an effective tilling depth of 55cm the Armtrac 400 is designed to destroy & withstand 10kg Anti-Tank mines with ease.

Fully remote controlled up to 800 meters the Armtrac 400 allows the Operator to either remain at a safe distance while still maintaining 100% control of all the machine's functions or with its fully armoured, sound proofed & air-conditioned cab can maintain a bird's eye view of operations in complete comfort & safety.

With its unique "scissor-lift" cab mounting, shocks are absorbed & the ride height can be adjusted for the best possible view.

While remaining a proven force in mine clearance, with the Armtrac 400's fully extendable boom & standard universal fittings, while not in a mine-field it can be utilised as a heavy duty loader/fork-lift.

Armtrac has sold the Armtrac 400 into numerous countries around the world including Egypt & the United States where they continue to operate effectively.







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