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mobile workshops, mobile laboratories, autofurgons, mobile offices
Consumer Goods-Carrying Wagon Truck
Consumer Goods-Carrying Wagon Truck
on URAL-4320 or KAMAZ-43118 chassisLocomobile
Автомобиль для передвижения по ж/д путямTruck for transportation of explosives cargoes
Wagon truck for transportation of 
explosives and hazardous cargoes
on URAL-4320 or KAMAZ-43118 chassis
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MOBILE WORKSHOP TRUCK
Mobile repair workshop trucks for a wide range of work on repairing

MOBILE WORKSHOP TRUCKS WITH CRANES
Mobile workshops with gidromanipulators

WELDING MACHINE
Welding diezel-generator on URAL-4320 or KAMAZ-43118

PERSONNEL CARRIER QUARTERS TRUCK
PERSONNEL CARRIER/ LIVING QUARTERS TRUCK

MOBILE LABORATORIES
Mobile technical laboratories, medical and emergency trucks

AUTOFURGONS
Trucks for transportation and storage of foodstuffs not withstanding negative temperatures

MULTI-PURPOSE MACHINES
Special vechicle

mobile workshops manufacturer

Manufacturer of Mobile Workshops & Wagon Trucks
on URAL-4320 and KAMAZ-43118 chassis

Mobile workshops. wagon truck manufacturer MZSA Russia Ural Kamaz

Advantages of mobile workshops manufactured by MZSA LLC:



  • Strong welded framework of wagon body
  • External steel panelling
  • Double heat insulation of wagon walls, roof and floor
  • Safe windows and doors
  • Practical interior panelling of saloon
  • Safe location of liquefied-gas bottles for welding
  • High repairability of wagon and its equipment

Miass plant of special-purpose trucks produces various kinds of special-purpose vehicles based on the URAL-4320, KAMAZ-43114 & 43118 all-wheel-drive cross-country trucks: multifunctional mobile workshops, mobile laboratories, mobile offices, consumer goods-carrying wagon trucks, refrigerator vans and other special-purpose vehicles.

The main application of the mobile workshops manufactured by MZSA LLC is scheduled maintenance and any complicated repair of cars, trucks, special-purpose vehicles, trailers, self-propelled equipment and mechanisms, as well as stationary equipment, such as mini electric power stations, pump plants, equipment of communications systems and other equipment in the locations which are hard to be reached by ordinary vehicles (depending on a complete set and equipment of the workshops).


Some models of the mobile workshops are specially designed for running and maintenance of power cables, communication cables, various-purpose pipelines, oil-producing equipment, electric plants and large-dimension industrial equipment.


The main chassis for mounting the mobile workshops are  the URAL-4320 (6x6), URAL-43206 (4x4) (manufacturer: “URAL” Automobile Works”), as well as the KAMAZ-43114 (6x6) & KAMAZ-43118 (6x6) all-wheel drive trucks which are high-reliability well-reputed trucks used in the Russian Armed Forces, as well as in the armies of many other African, Asian and South American countries. At customers’ requests the mobile workshops and wagon trucks can be mounted onto similar chassis produced by other manufacturers.

In contrast to many other wagon truck manufacturers we, MZSA LLC, are capable to manufacture the mobile workshops under individual orders, namely dimensions of the wagon body, arrangement of windows and doors, a complete set of the workshop equipment, furniture, arrangement of heavy equipment and versions designed for different climatic conditions are produced under an individual agreement with a customer.

 


Delivery, Warranties & Technical Support

Miass plant of special-purpose vehicles arranges for delivery of the vehicles to customers by rail and sea, observing all necessary technical requirements that ensure quick and safe transportation of the vehicles.


Warranty obligations cover the basic chassis, the wagon body and all equipment installed in it. Any spare parts are provided within guarantee and post-guarantee periods.

 

 

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