In Bohdan explained frequent breakdowns sanmarin ATO

В Богдане объяснили частые поломки санмашин в АТО

Bogdanov rejected claims to the quality of the cars

Equipment was rendered inoperable due to breakdowns of the fuel system due to the use of poor quality fuel and non-compliant supplies, according to the manufacturer.

Bogdan Corporation in response to accusations of too-frequent breakdowns of sanitary vehicles Bogdan-2251 in the area of the ATO stated that the damage associated with poor-quality fuel, which is used by the military. On Tuesday, January 30, said the press service of the company in a statement an official statement.

In particular, with reference to the conclusions of the special Committee, the Corporation said that the equipment was rendered inoperable due to breakdowns of the fuel system due to the use of poor quality fuel and non-compliant supplies during maintenance.

“In the samples diesel fuel detected contaminants in the form of solid particles, silt and sediment in water,” – said the press service.

Other failure of the fuel system, according to her information, associated with the replacement of the fuel filters on the “aftermarket” counterparts during maintenance.

“The ambulance Bogdan was approved for use in APU after a successful departmental tests in the area of the ATO which confirms the announced quality and compliance with the requirements of the military. Every production car is the acceptance on the part of the representative of the customer”, – concluded the press service.

Earlier, member of the Board of volunteers at the defense Ministry Valentyna Varava said that of the 50 sanitation vehicles Bogdan-2251 set by the Ministry of defense in the Donbass, 25 had to be repaired or returned to the factory. In addition, she said, doctors do not want to use ambulances production plant Bogdan, claiming that the machine is unstable and strongly shaking when driving.

Previously, the defense Ministry reported that for the army until the end of 2017 will be purchased 130 ambulances Bogdan.

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