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Heavy Ground Mobility System Independent Variant

Featuring an independent power pack this military system creates a temporary modular roadway which enables the rapid deployment and recovery of vehicles and people.

Heavy Ground Mobility System Independent Variant (HGMS-IV) is a lighter design with self-sufficient hydraulics and electrical power supplies for the deploying of 30 m of Trackway®.

CAPABILITIES

  • INDEPENDENT HYDRAULIC SUPPLY
  • INDEPENDENT POWER SUPPLY
  • 30 METRES DEPLOYED IN 6 MINTUES
  • TESTED TO MIL-STD-810F STANDARDS
  • MINIMAL MANPOWER
  • PROTECTS ENVIRONMENT
  • OPERATES IN ALL CLIMATES
  • PROVEN RELIABILITY

KEY ELEMENTS:

  • TRACKWAY® – modular length of aluminium panels.
  • SPOOL – a braced steel structure which holds the Trackway® on the Trackrack® or Spoolrack.
  • TRACKRACK-IV – deployment, recovers, transports and stores the Trackway®.
  • CHASSIS – an 8x8 vehicle with DROPS/PLS with a payload of at least 13T, to carry the Trackrack®.
  • SPOOLRACK – stores and transports additional Trackway® for transfering to Trackrack®.
  • TRAILER – transportation for the Spoolrack.
  • ACCESSORIES – enables deployment, recovery, anchorage and field maintenance.

M150 CAPABILITIES

  • Suitable for heavy traffic including tanks, transporters and bridging support;
  • Withstands vehicles up to MLC* 150;
  • Graded indefinitely for MLC* 70 on a 3% California Baring Ratio (CBR) ground condition;
  • Width 4.6 metres.

*Military Load Classification (MLC)

The Heavy Ground Mobility System Independent Variant (HGMS-IV) is built on a 20ft ISO frame with tie down and lifting points to MIL-STD 209K for ease of transportation.

Crane mounted to vehicles with a minimum payload of 10.5T* and secured using ISO twistlocks. Designed to allow militaries with non-DROPS vehicles to have M150 Trackway® in their inventory.

As a multipurpose solution the Trackway® is suitable for Boat Ramp Kits (BRK), Rapid Runway Repair (RRR), Helicopter Landing Mats (HLM), and general infrastructure use.