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The Czech business Tatra continues to market its one-of-a-kind chassis, which was created in the 1920s and has no modern-day equivalents. The fundamental idea is to employ a central carrier tube to which axles are attached by separately suspended oscillating half-axes that are fastened together. The modular architecture of the chassis makes it possible to construct vehicles with 2, 3, 4, 5, and even more than five axles, with all-wheel drive as an available extra.
Due to its strong torsional and flexural stiffness, this unconventional backbone frame prevents transmitted stresses from damaging the chassis superstructures. In addition, the transmission shafts are contained inside the central tube, where they are safe from damage. Thanks to this, we can provide products with long lifespans and reasonable repair prices.
The Tatra Phoenix is the latest generation of Czech trucks that use the company’s signature time-tested chassis. Unlike other chassis designs, this one doesn’t need a separate subframe to support tipper bodywork. Other accessories may be easily installed with no need for adjusting hardware.
Drivetrain with front wheels and the ability to accept an electrical connector. As a result, you may maximize the efficiency of your vehicle by using the advantages of the all-wheel drive only when necessary and by disengaging the front drive while traveling on paved roads. In addition, an electronic control system is used in a novel approach to managing the chassis’ pneumatic system. This improves airflow, prolongs the compressor’s life, and uses less energy. Front and rear steerable axles have a combined load capacity of ten tons, while non-steerable axles may support up to sixteen.
The state-of-the-art Tatra Phoenix lineup is propelled by robust and fuel-efficient PACCAR MX diesel engines. Concurrently, choices are available that adhere to the norms set out by the international organizations Euro-3, Euro-5, and Euro-6.
Gearboxes from renowned manufacturers ZF and Allison may be found in Tatra Phoenix vehicles. The EcoSplit line is the ZF representation of manual transmissions. These transmissions have sixteen gears. In addition, an Astronic automatic gearbox with 16 gears is at your disposal.
Allison’s 6- and 7-speed automatic gearboxes ditch the conventional clutch in favor of a hydrodynamic converter.
Tatra Fenix models now use a cab from DAF Trucks. It’s a considerable improvement over earlier arrangements regarding the usable area, level of convenience, and security. The chairs and basic layout of the controls are very pleasant. Euro-3 and Euro-5/Euro-6 vehicles have distinctively different interior designs. The driver’s convenience and working ergonomics, however, are top-notch.
This group of vehicles is a natural progression of the successful Tatra T 815-2 EURO II business line. The production of a valuable line of automobiles in various variations is made feasible by the strict unity of distinct automotive groups.
Tatra’s cabover chassis, flatbed trucks, and dump trucks are all part of its TERRNo1 product line.
Four-wheel drive, six-wheel drive, and eight-wheel drive configurations are all on the table. “King Frame” refers to a hybrid suspension system using conventional springs and pneumatic cylinders pressurized to high pressure.
Tatra’s legendary 8-cylinder direct-cooled ON AIRTM engine and third-party liquid-cooled engines may be installed.
There have been major upgrades and redesigns made to the TERR.No1 series in recent years. Electronically controlled gearshifts from Tatra-Norgren are standard in this range of automobiles.
Tatra T 810 C
The initial concept for the T 810 C series was a classic medium truck commissioned by a specific customer. Tatra experts outfitted the spar structure with unique portal bridges that provide very high clearance.
This three-axle truck is driven by a reliable six-cylinder liquid-cooled diesel engine and has standard rear-wheel drive and front-wheel drive as extras.
Tatra T 810 C series vehicles offer unrivaled performance on and off-road because of the adoption of a successful spar frame design, high-quality original Tatra Rigid portal axles, a well-designed suspension and axle mounting system, and a coil-spring front suspension.
The two available wheelbases and the three-point accessory mounting system may accommodate various customization needs. The Tatra T 810 series is versatile because of its size, gross weight, and load capacity, making it suitable for fitting with specialized superstructures or bodies for usage in various industries, residences, and service settings. In addition, these vehicles are up to par with Euro-5 criteria thanks to SCR technology.
A six-wheel drive is an option for this medium-sized off-road vehicle, constructed on a spar frame and has the exclusive Tatra Rigid portal axles. This vehicle has a six-cylinder diesel engine, a manual transmission, a transfer case, and a contemporary three-person cab with bulletproof glass and protected flooring.
The roof has been adapted with a hatch and rails to carry a gun carriage. In addition, the vehicle comes with a winch, a central tire inflation system, and a host of other military-grade features. Coil springs support the front axle. Leaf springs are used for the rear axle suspension.
Civilian variants of the Tatra Tactic vehicle, in the form of a universal chassis allowing the installation of various superstructures, with a cab, are also available.
These automobiles had Twin Disc automatic gearboxes housed in the middle carrier tube and third-party liquid-cooled engines. In addition, every Tatra Force vehicle has all-wheel drive thanks to a mechanical transfer case part of the gearbox.
Gearboxes with two reduction ratios are installed on the axles (2 types of gearboxes are available). In addition, a device that automatically inflates tires may be installed. Besides the standard wheel sizes of 6×6, 8×8, and 10×10, the Tatra Force series also has a unique 12×12 option. The last two iterations have two sets of steerable wheels mounted to the vehicle’s rear axles. It is possible to turn off the motors that propel these wheels.
The likes of Deutz, Cummins, and Caterpillar all provide reliable liquid-cooled engines.
Trucks manufactured by Tatra are classified according to their intended use in the company’s official product catalog, which includes such subheadings as “Construction,” “Oil and Gas Production,” “Mining,” “Logging,” “Utilities,” “Firefighting,” “Def.