HAND GRENADE  M75

     

-mass
-dimensions
-explosive charge - plastic explosive 
-grenade body - plastic with steel balls
-pulling force of safety element 
-safety angle of declination of fuze lever 
-fuze:mechanic with delay of 
-use in temperature range 
-capable for any kind of transportation
                    

355 g
Ø 57 x 89 mm
36  g

Ø 2,5 - 2,9 mm
7-18 kg
min 35o
3 - 4 s
-30o to + 60o

 
  HAND GRENADE  M84

-mass
-dimensions
-explosive charge:
   plastic explosive 
-grenade body
   plastic with steel balls
-pulling force of safety element 
-safety angle of declination of fuze lever 
-fuze:mechanic with delay of 
-use in temperature range
 -capable for any kind of transportation

480 g
Ø 60x115

95 g

Ø2 - 2,3 mm
110 N
min 50o
4 s
-30o to + 60o

efficiency

distance (m) No of penetration (m2)
-5 15
-10 4
-15 1
-20 0
 
CHAPED-CHARGE HAND GRENADE ( BRK )
INTENDED USE

The chaped-charge hand grenade BRK, hereinafter referred to as the BRK, is intended to
be used for disablement and annihilation of tanks and other stationary or moving armour.
It belongs to the group of grenades thrown by hand-without any additional equipment such
as tube, launcher, etc.
On impact with the armour, the task of BRK is to defeatit with the shaped-charge jet and to
disable or annihilate the armour interior with the remaining hot gases from the jet.
    TECHNICAL DATA

- Length ................................................................. 399 mm
- Warhead diameter .............................................. 74,5 mm
- Mass .......................................................................... 1kg
- Explosive mass ..................................................... 0,34 kg
- Steel plate penetration .......................................... 280 mm
- Service temperature range ....................... -30C to +50C

PACKING

The BRK grenades are packed into the wooden box suitable for a mountain transportation, as follows:
- 12 pieces of warheads;
- rectanqular sheet - metal container with 12 pieces of separately paper-wrapped handles;
- round sheet-metal container with 12 pieces of ignition systems-firing devices, each packed in a styrofoam seat.