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ammunition, and as such it has full control over the product and any support required over its lifespan. CTA International ensures that the highest standards of technical control and customer support are always delivered, whether on site or remotely, in order to guide the user through the operation and maintenance of their equipment as closely and quickly as possible. The maintenance services may also involve serious incident response. To enable its customers to control their maintenance costs, CTA International provides an illustrated parts catalogue to ensure a back-up stock of spare parts is available if needed. Along with this, and on the strength of its database and expertise, the company is able to offer the repair of line replaceable units (LRU).


Training policy CTA International provides training for: ■First-line instructors: this enables customers to organise their own in-house training and to master and retain their skills.


■End users: specific awareness for equipment use and safety.


■Maintenance technicians: maintenance operations practiced on actual equipment.


Training in use and first-level maintenance is provided for an optimised duration of five days; whereas the first- line instructor training, which provides a high level of competence, is given for an optimised duration of ten days. CTA International has developed tools that allow the training content and duration to be adapted to the specific needs of each customer. It is CTA International’s aim to have every first-line instructor, end user or maintenance technician follow a training session to learn how to use the system and ensure its proper upkeep. To date, more than 200 people have already been trained by CTA International for its customers in the UK, France and Belgium.


Preventative maintenance A detailed maintenance plan is important to ensure longevity and proper functioning of all high-performing weapons. CTA International has a comprehensive spare parts catalogue for periodic


maintenance and system repair of key components, such as firing pins, recoil brakes and barrels. Like any weapon, the CT40 barrel is subject to wear during normal use. It is well known that the higher the calibre, the more susceptible the barrel is to wear, especially with a high-pressure and high-power weapon. Barrel life should always be associated with an individual- specific usage profile (number and nature of rounds fired per year, per vehicle and in peacetime or wartime) and in respect to prescribed scheduled maintenance. CT40 high explosive (HE) rounds are four times more powerful than 30mm HE rounds, and comparisons of barrel life risk overlooking the lethality step-change that the CT40 brings: ■An APFSDS round that has around 40% more muzzle velocity than a 50mm round


■KEAB kinetic energy airburst rounds for defence against loitering aerial munitions


■An intelligent ammunition handling system that enables the gunner to switch between different natures instantly to defeat any emerging threats. ●


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40 CTAS


Cased Telescoped Armament System


Compact, Powerful and 


4 kilometres of operational range Up to 85 degrees of elevation


210 mm concrete penetration 140 mm RHA penetration Effectiveness area >125²


Find out what else our 40CT medium calibre cannon system can do for your Armoured Fighting Vehicles at...


H6-349 : CTA INTERNATIONAL H6-410 : NEXTER SYSTEMS H7-310 : BAE SYSTEMS


CTA international is a joint venture company between:


Defence & Security Systems International / www.defence-and-security.com


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