Chaiseri from Thailand presents its First Win anti-riot vehicle at DSA 2018


At DSA 2018, the International Defense and Security exhibition in Malaysia, the Taiwanese Company Chaiseri presents its First Win I protected vehicle in anti-riot configuration. The First Win is a 4x4 multipurpose armoured vehicle designed and manufactured in Thailand by the Defense Company Chaiseri. The vehicle was unveiled for the first time to the public during the International Defense Exhibition IDEX in February 2011.


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Chaiseri First Win anti-riot vehicle at DSA 2018, the International Defense and Security Exhibition in Malaysia. (Picture source Army Recognition)


The Police and Security version of the First Win showed at DSA 2018 has the capacity to carry a total of 9 people including driver, commander, gunner and 6 police officers. The vehicle is protected against firing of small arms STANAG Level 1 and mine explosion Level 2b/2a.

The roof of the vehicle is fitted with a remotely operated weapon station which can be armed with a machine gun up to 12.7mm caliber.

The Chaiseri First Win armoured vehicle is based on a V-shaped monocoque hull with the engine at the front, crew in the middle and troops compartment at the rear. The engine compartment is fully protected from ballistic and mine threats. There is two doors on each side of the hull and one manual single door at the rear of the vehicle.

Standard equipment of the Chaiseri multipurpose armoured includes RTC60 transfer case, anti-lock braking system (ABS), automatic tyre inflation system with run-flats. There is one storage box on each side of the hull and one jerrycan at the rear. A self-recovery winch is mounted at the front of the engine compartment. There is white lights mounted on the roof of the troops compartment.


 

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