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|PETROL CAPACITY||2.250-6.000 lts|
|ENGINES||5 X outboard Yamaha V8 F350 (Yamaha 350 BHP=1750BHP)|
|MAX. SPEED (50% LOAD CONDITION)||25 -65 KNT (Depending on final weight on vessel)|
Extendible "Aileron Extension Platforms" to attach different types of vessels
King Shark III deploying an Eagle Eye aircraft - Animation
Folded Eagle Eye aircraft inside the carrier
Eagle Eye being lifted with vessel's integrated crane
Extended and operational aircraft
King Shark III & Eagle Eye
Different types of attached vessels creating a floating, mobile, operational base for any type of operations.
King Shark III is a larger type patrol vessel, being able to move quicker at sea but having also greater operational range, speed and heavier fire power.
|Dimesions of International Shore Connection||MKS units||US units|
|Outside diameter||178 mm||7 in.|
|Inside diameter||64 mm||2.5 in.|
|Bolt circle diameter||132 mm||5.2 in.|
|Slots in flange||4 holes 19 mm (0.75 in.) in diameter spaced equidistant on a bolt circle of the above diameter slotted to the flange periphery|
|Flange thickness||14.5 mm minimum||0.57 in. minimum|
|Bolts and nuts||4 each of 1|6 mm diameter,
50 mm in lenght
|4 each of 0.63 in diameter,
1.97 in. in lenght
According to 4-7-3; 1.19.4 ABS, this connection shall be of material suitable for 10.5 kg/cm2 pressure.
5 X outboard (Yamaha Pro FourStroke F350 V8 DOHX 32V-350BHP)
Hydro-Jet power systems also available with diesel, petrol or gas fueled engines.
5 X 350 bhp Yamaha= 1,750 bhp in total per vessel.
KING SHARKS have from two to eight machine gun mounts which are located on top of the cabin roof and on the aft area of the vessel. We recommend the installation of 2/6 x machine guns of 30mm/Grenade launchers. These units are optional and can be operated by navy personel or automatic shooting technology from inside of the cabin via a joystick and video camera attack systems which aren´t included in this proposal.
The option of also sound-movement sonobuoys, anti-submarine sonobuoys, tracking systems, environmental control technology can also be adapted for futher navy or surveillance options.
The cabin machine gun mount can also be used as a grenade launcher as the MK19 40mm automatic granade launcher manufactured by the USA or similar.
Technokontrol can design any vessel for our clients needs, however, these are te types of vessels we are currently manufacturing or designing and are capable of quick delivery programs and using the best and most modern military and non-military technologies.
We design our vessels in mind always with the clients operational needs being paramount thus some clients wishing range, fire power, cost, maintenance and running costs, hourly use cost,high durablity, shallow water, salt water or river water usage, mix usage, armament, troop movements, as their paramount operational requirements and thus designing and building the "exact final vessel" with the best possible technology and safety features for our clients needs.
Is more suitable for rivers, river deltas, coastal control, etc.
Is a larger type patrol vessel this being able to move quicker at sea but having also having the greater operational range, speed and heavier fire power.
An ideal vessel to carry its own specialist "Eagle Eye Aircraft" for extreme long range surveillance of over 1,500 km per flight which is currently at its final design stages and to which we can mix "sea and aerial operations" at a fraction of the cost of normal navy/military"aerial-sea operational vessels". The client wil be able to select and any "Eagle Eye Aircraft" depending on their operational needs from surveillnace to defence or to research activities.
Especially designed as a fully high speed, well protected and special operations troop carrier of up to 24-30 troops.
For all types of logistical use and especially for refueling, arming and transporting supplies to other "King Sharks" at sea or at extreme locations where this can´t be done with normal ground logistics as ports, harbours, fuels vesels,etc. Including their "secretive"use for refueling/supplying special or long term law enforcement, navy or military observation, surveillance, defence or attack operations without depending on other personell, civilians and allowing full covert operations to continue forl ong term operations.
A specially designed vessel where missiles can be transported and launched in any types of waters and even using lazer guided missile technology. Ideal missile platform and totally built to withstand all types of "rocket propelled jet blast". Ideal fo the first or final "punch" in any water based operations especially against larger vessels, enemy ground bases or even drug manufacturing bases or industries.
These vessels have the capacity to carry and to launch mines and information/research based sonobouys in rivers and at sea for tracking operations of other vessels, ships, submarines, piracy movements, etc.
Sonar (Sound Navigation and Ranging) is a technique that uses sound propagation (usually underwater, as in submarine navigation) to navigate, communicate with or detect objects on or under the surface of the water, such as other vessels. Two types of technology share the name "sonar": passive sonar is essentially listening for the sound made by vessels; active sonar is emitting pulses of sounds and listening for echoes. Sonar may be used as a means of acoustic location and of measurement of the echo characteristics of "targets" in the water.
Acoustic location in air was used before the introduction of radar. Sonar may also be used in air for robot navigation, and SODAR (an upward looking in-air sonar) is used for atmospheric investigations. The term sonar is also used for the equipment used to generate and receive the sound. The acoustic frequencies used in sonar systems vary from very low (infrasonic) to extremely high (ultrasonic). The study of underwater sound is known as underwater acoustics or hydroacoustics.
Active sonar gives the exact bearing to a target, and sometimes the range. Active sonar works the same way as radar: a signal is emitted. The sound wave then travels in many directions from the emitting object. When it hits an object, the sound wave is then reflected in many other directions. Some of the energy will travel back to the emitting source. The echo will enable the sonar system or technician to calculate, with many factors such as the frequency, the energy of the received signal, the depth, the water temperature, the position of the reflecting object, etc. Active sonar is used when the platform commander determines that it is more important to determine the position of a possible threat submarine than it is to conceal his own position. With surface ships it might be assumed that the threat is already tracking the ship with satellite data. Any vessel around the emitting sonar will detect the emission. Having heard the signal, it is easy to identify the sonar equipment used (usually with its frequency) and its position (with the sound wave's energy). Active sonar is similar to radar in that, while it allows detection of targets at a certain range, it also enables the emitter to be detected at a far greater range, which is undesirable.
Since active sonar reveals the presence and position of the operator, and does not allow exact classification of targets, it is used by fast (planes, helicopters) and by noisy platforms (most surface ships) but rarely by submarines. When active sonar is used by surface ships or submarines, it is typically activated very briefly at intermittent periods to minimize the risk of detection. Consequently active sonar is normally considered a backup to passive sonar. In aircraft, active sonar is used in the form of disposable sonobuoys that are dropped in the aircraft's patrol area or in the vicinity of possible enemy sonar contacts.
Passive sonar has several advantages. Most importantly, it is silent. If the target radiated noise level is high enough, it can have a greater range than active sonar, and allows the target to be identified. Since any motorized object makes some noise, it may in principle be detected, depending on the level of noise emitted and the ambient noise level in the area, as well as the technology used. To simplify, passive sonar "sees" around the ship using it. On a submarine, nose-mounted passive sonar detects in directions of about 270°, centered on the ship's alignment, the hull-mounted array of about 160° on each side, and the towed array of a full 360°.
The invisible areas are due to the ship's own interference. Once a signal is detected in a certain direction it is possible to zoom in and analyze the signal received (narrowband analysis). This is generally done using a Fourier transform to show the different frequencies making up the sound. Since every engine makes a specific sound, it is straightforward to identify the object. Databases of unique engine sounds are part of what is known as acoustic intelligence or ACINT.
Another use of passive sonar is to determine the target's trajectory. This process is called Target Motion Analysis (TMA), and the resultant "solution" is the target's range, course, and speed. TMA is done by marking from which direction the sound comes at different times, and comparing the motion with that of the operator's own ship. Changes in relative motion are analyzed using standard geometrical techniques along with some assumptions about limiting cases.
Passive sonar is stealthy and very useful. However, it requires high-tech electronic components and is costly. It is generally deployed on expensive ships in the form of arrays to enhance detection. Surface ships use it to good effect; it is even better used by submarines, and it is also used by airplanes and helicopters, mostly to a "surprise effect", since submarines can hide under thermal layers. If a submarine's commander believes he is alone, he may bring his boat closer to the surface and be easier to detect, or go deeper and faster, and thus make more sound.
Examples of sonar applications in military use are given below. Many of the civil uses given in the following section may also be applicable to naval use.
Examples of sonar applications in military use are given below. Many of the civil uses given in the following section may also be applicable to naval use.
The Technokontrol Sonobuoy Technology is a small (typically 10-20 centimetres, in diameter and 80 /95 cm long) expendable sonar system that is dropped/ejected/launched from aircraft or ships conducting anti-submarine warfare or underwater acoustic research.
The KING SHARK can deploy the sonobuoys by means of simple ejection from the vessel or can be laid on the sea surface by manual means. These are deployed in canisters and are deployed upon water impact or with timer technology. An inflatable surface float with a radio transmitter remains on the surface for communication with the aircraft, while one or more hydrophone sensors and stabilizing equipment descend below the surface to a selected depth that is variable, depending on environmental conditions and the search pattern. The buoy relays acoustic information from its hydrophone(s) via UHF/VHF radio to operators on board the aircraft.
Emit sound energy (pings) into the water and listen for the returning echo before transmitting—usually range and bearing—information via UHF/VHF radio to a receiving ship or aircraft. The original active sonobuoys pinged continuously after deployment for a predetermined period of time. Later, Command Activated Sonobuoy System (CASS) sonobuoys allowed the aircraft to trigger pings (or buoy scuttling) via a radio link. This evolved into DICASS (Directional CASS) in which the return echo contained bearing as well as range data. Sonobuoys are classified into three categories: active, passive and special purpose.
Emit nothing into the water, but rather listen, waiting for sound waves (for instance, power plant, propeller or door-closing and other noises) from ships or submarines, or other acoustic signals of interest, to reach the hydrophone. The sound is then transmitted via UHF/VHF radio to a receiving ship or aircraft.
Relay various types of oceanographic data to a ship, aircraft, or satellite. There are three types of special-purpose sonobuoys in use today. These sonobuoys are not designed for use in submarine detection or localization.
Active and/or passive sonobuoys may be laid in large fields or barriers for initial detection. Active buoys may then be used for precise location. Passive buoys may also be deployed on the surface in patterns to allow relatively precise location by triangulation. Multiple aircraft or ships monitor the pattern either passively listening or actively transmitting to drive the submarine into the sonar net. Sometimes the pattern takes the shape of a grid or other array formation and complex beam forming signal processing is used to transcend the capabilities of single, or limited numbers of, hydrophones.
The "KING SHARKS NAVY/SEA RESEARCH/ANTI-SUBMARINE PATROL VESSELS" are equipped with several different engine models options from 1200bhp to a maximum 1750bhp depending on the clients requirements, navegation conditions, range, speed, etc. (Hydro Jets or propeller)These engines are always top of the range and quality manufactured engines from "Yamaha" engines to "Mercury" engines models, however, we are at present only using fuel injection 4 stroke engines to reduce fuel consumption, contamination and especially extending refueling times and reducing maintenance costs.
Mk.47 (Mark 47) Striker 40 automatic grenade launcher / machine gun (USA)
Mk.47 mod.0 Advanced Lightweight Grenade Launcher (ALGL) on standard tripod.
Mk.47 mod.0 Automatic Grenade Launcher, close-up view. Image: GDATP
Mk.47 mod.0 Automatic Grenade Launcher, close-up view from the rear; note screen of electronic sighting / fire control unit. Iimage: GDATP
Mark 47 Model 0 (mk.47 mod.0) automatic grenade launcher is short recoil operated, locked breech weapon that fires from closed bolt for improved first-shot hit probability. Weapon is air-cooled and belt fed, using standard disintegrating belts, same as Mk.19 Mod.3 launcher. Standard belts are supplied in 32 or 48 round boxes.
Weapon is equipped with newly developed Mk.108 mod.0 tripod with T&E mechanisms and brake that allows to lock weapon on pre-selected target spot. The key member of the Striker 40 system is the AN/PVG-1 Lightweight Video Sight (LVS), which offers 3X magnification TV view on target, combined with laser range finder and ballistic computer; sight also has interface connectors that allow to link it to optional thermal night sighting equipment which can be installed on the weapon; once the night sight is connected, operator can select TV or thermal picture via the single button.
The LVS allows to accurately measure the range to the target then aim the gun accurately for high first shot hit accuracy. LVS is installed on the right side of the weapon, and is controlled by the buttons and four-position "joystick" located at the rear of the receiver, between and above spade grips.
The most effective defence against electro-magnetic bombs is to prevent their delivery by destroying the launch platform or delivery vehicle, as is the case with nuclear weapons. This however may not always be possible, and therefore systems which can be expected to suffer exposure to the electro-magnetic weapons effects must be electro-magnetically hardened.
The most effective method is to wholly contain the equipment in an electrically conductive enclosure; Technokontrol has developed the Anti-EMPS Protection Panels for such protection systems termed a Faraday cages or TK-EMPS Panel Protected Bunker-Buildings, all types of vessels, ships, military bases, aircraft, ect which prevent the electro-magnetic field from gaining access to the protected equipment. However, most such equipment must communicate with and be fed with power from the outside world, and this can provide entry points via which electrical transients may enter the enclosure and effect damage. While optical fibers address this requirement for transferring data in and out, electrical power feeds remain an on-going vulnerability.
Where an electrically conductive channel must enter the enclosure, electro-magnetic arresting devices must be fitted. A range of devices exist, however care must be taken in determining their parameters to ensure that they can deal with the rise time and strength of electrical transients produced by electro-magnetic devices. Reports from the US indicate that hardening measures attuned to the behaviour of nuclear EMP bombs do not perform well when dealing with some conventional microwave electro-magnetic device designs. Thus needing to use Technokontrols Anti-EMPS Protection Technology which as being simple and effective will not need to be applied to the internal electronics of any of the devices required for protection as the whole area, zone, section will be protected for all outside EMPS and thus needing to install an antenna to continue to operate with the outside world once the danger has been overcome or passed allowing normal operations to continue if desired.
We at Technokontrol have had our R&D department create and patent our very own fuel valve system (FVS), which may even contradict many physical principles but after many years of research and development we can not only prove its viability via the attached presentation, we can also prove that it is commercially viable as we already starting to sell it into local Petrol Stations throughout the world. We have also been informed (via our European Associates) that the EU are currently considering a complete overhaul and may even introduce a new tax levy on vapour contamination caused when refuelling ones vehicle.
We have included in all of our vessels the same fuel safety valves and anti explosion/fire rubber protected pipelines with Technokontrol anti-explosion alloys to have an immediate and quick operational option to refuel/transfer fuel to and from all types of vessels at sea/river especially under navy “live operations” where returing to a port/ harbour can be time consuming, costly and can stop/cancel an operation due to lack of fuel. This will provide and allow via this system that any other navy, law enforcement vessels can meet at designated locations for refueling operations at sea and to continue operations as anti-piracy or anti-terrorist.
Techno Kontrol Fueling Valve System with TK Alloys
You will be able to verify that without our valve system the refuelling amount (in Litres) taken over a 9 minute timescale and from a top loading vehicle was that of 2,914 litres meaning that the average amount of fuel entering the tank per minute was that of 323,77 litres.However, when using our FVS system and the same vehicle, the amount refuelled throughout a 6 minute timescale was that of 2,967 litres meaning that the average amount of fuel entering the tank per minute was that of 495,50 litres.The difference in litres was 171,73 litres per minute (i.e. 492,50 litres with the FVS system against 323,77 without), thus showing our systems obvious benefit within the marketplace.
Other benefits of using our product and technology can be seen as follows:
This refueling system is for:
Immediate and quick operational option to refuel/transfer fuel to and from all types of vessels at sea/river especially under navy "live operations"
Due to knowing the risk of carry on board hundreds or thousands of litres of fuel we also included 50 x 20 litres anti-explosion/fire TK-Safety Jerry cans which can be transported without any risk of bullets shots, onboard fires, explosions, cross fire,etc and via the rubber pipeline can be connected to the other vessels with the TK-Safety valves and rubber pipelines to refuel without any danger between either vessel at any location.
TechnoKontrol Alloy Safety products are a unique non-combustible material consisting of a specially designed metal alloy mesh mechanically produced via a patented three dimensional production system.
TechnoKontrol Safety Technology Alloys, panels and safety technology systems are comprised of patented alloy material manufactured in a three dimensional manner mechanically produced into a mesh, ball or textile format to form a unique non-combustible material that is Fire, Blast, Moisture, Corrosion, heat, sound and electromagnetic wave resistant depending for its final usage.In the case of blast, fire, heat or explosions TechnoKontrol Safety Technology Systems will perform as no other product in the market, especially, in the oil-gas-chemical industries.
As mentioned above, the TechnoKontrol Safety Technology Alloy stops the explosion of any tank filled with gasoline, diesel, gas, petroleum or any other type of flammable, gaseous or liquid substance.
In addition our TechnoKontrol Alloy only consumes(volume) a minimum 1% of the overall tanks capacity when using the net and 1.5% when using the balls. Therefore, if a 100 litres tank is filled with our alloy net, the tank has a capacity of 99 litres, and if filled with the balls, it has a capacity of 98.5 litres. Thus our TechnoKontrol Safety Alloy completely avoids the oxidation within the interior part of the tank, (if tank is new or stops increasing oxidation if already an used tank) and in turn stops explosions 100% of the time.
Our TechnoKontrol Alloy TK-Ball & TK-Mesh is exceptionally flexible, resistant to heat and once installed requires very little maintenance even within the most aggressive of atmospheres.
As per our Mission Statement, at Technokontrol we are constantly reinvesting into our Research; Development and Investigation departments so as to be able to adapt our patented alloy and manufacturing systems in order to continually expand our product lines. The following are just three examples of where you can find our specially designed products today.
TK-Global Electronics specially manufactured and installed technologies for TK-King Shark Vessels
Display 15” color, antena radome, 4KW
SYSTEM VOYAGER III / VOYAGER II
Series M Multi-sensor M-618CS. Includes:
Marine Monitor HATTELAND 15" powered 24 VDC JH15T17MMD-DA1-AAAA.
According to international regulations. Compass, temperature, pressure and humidity gauge.
According to international regulations.
According to international regulations.
1. Anti explosion fuel tanks (2,250-6,000 litres) Range up to 500-1,200km
2. Bullet proof cabin and windows level III-VII+
3. Anti-electronic magnetic Pulse in cabin/Anti EMPS.(Optional).
4. Safety TK-Pumping systems via discharge pipeline to refuel vessel to vessel offshore or out of land/port refueling locations
Emergecy vessel-to-vessel refueling system
Technokontrol offers a five year product guarantee on all of its products ans services and also insurance coverage by AXA Group to cover any incidents with our products, services or technologies which could occur under our responsability and covering only our products and not usage or accidental damages or similar of any type or manner.
We will install, deliver, train all staff members of each vessel and also train staff for maintenance/repair programs via TK-Global Engineering & TK-Global Electronics.
Due to offering the best client service we offer to our clients a personal direct telephone, fax, email, conference line "24/7 Client Emergency Call Centre" to assist any technical or emergency issues and also to arrange any possible sending or spares, repairs, maintenance programs, technical, training assistance, etc.
Technokontrol Manufactures, Designs & Researches our safety products in the European Union at the highest possible International Accident,Health & Safety standards.
TechnoKontrol is a member of the NFPA
TechnoKontrol Products are ATEX Compliant
(European Antiexplosive Safety Directives)
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