Meet "Persistence"

Oh Sherp! That is bad ass!

Meet Persistence

Oh Sherp! That is bad-ass

 

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Key Features

 

  • A unique, unparalleled off-road performance
  • Easy traverses water, ice, and mud
  • High buoyancy tires with inflation system
  • Low-pressure tubeless tires for maximum traction
  • 2-3 liters fuel consumption per hour
  • Auxiliary wheel well fuel tanks – 58 liters each!
  • Easy to transport on by SUV or bigger vehicle
  • Kubota diesel engine
  • Steel lower hull
  • Turn radio 8.2′
  • Floating trailer with same tires
  • Sled trailer
  • Patient stretcher option for search and rescue
  • LED headlights
  • Below deck storage
  • Backup camera

Key Specifications

 

  • 133.85″ long, 99.21″ wide, 99.21″ high
  • Dry weight 2866 lbs
  • Engine – Kubota V1505-T/E3B, 91.41 cubic inches
  • Max HP – 44.2
  • 5-speed manual transmission
  • Skid steering
  • Clearance 23.62
  • Payload 2,204 lbs
  • Seats with safety belts – 2
  • Max land speed 27.9 MPH
  • Max water speed 3.7 MPH
  • Tires 62x23x25
  • Fuel tank – 17.7 gals
  • Hill climbing 35 degrees
  • 50 hours maintenance cycle

Sherp ATV Goes Anywhere

Build by the Russian military to cross the mossy tundra, the Sherp ATV was designed to go anywhere, including on the water. Virtually nothing can stop a Sherp ATV; a Sherp is Persistent. Snow, lake, mud or rocks will not stop a Sherp. Burning only 2 liters of fuel an hour means the operational time and fuel support needed is amazingly low. 

Search & Rescue & Law Enforcement

Sherp vehicles are ideal for any government emergency operations response inventory. Sherp ATVs provide the unique ability to drive to a scene while traversing both land and water and other difficult to navigate terrains. With a steel lower hull, obstacles that would rip open an aluminum boat skip off the Sherp. If there is debris in the way, do not worry, just run over it in the Sherp ATV. Conducting just a few rescues by Sherp ATV instead of a helicopter more than pays for several Sherp ATVs in the emergency management inventory. Sherp’s can be used for patient evacuation, disaster surveying, a communication platform, transport of SWAT or as a forward command post with eyes on the scene.

Utility & Oil & Gas

These industries routinely must access the most inhospitable locations. Getting supplies to teams in wet, swampy areas or deep snow may mean moving a large truck and or even a costly helicopter. The Sherp represents a less expensive platform for exploration, crew transport and resupply. The operating cost per hour and the initial investment is far less than other off road platforms while being more stable, reliable and capable.

Overview
There are many options available but the most fun is outfitting the Sherp ATV to meet your specific needs. You may need special communication equipment, first aid equipment or search and rescue tools. You decide and turn the Sherp into a practical, hardworking tool.
Specifications, Pickup
length 133.85″
width 99.21″
height 99.21″
Body aluminium
Dry weight 2,866 lbs
Engine Kubota V1505-t / E3B
Fuel Diesel
Volume 91.41 cu. in
Max. Power 44.2 hp
Transmission 5-speed manual
Suspension pneumatic circulating
Parking brake system independent
Clutch SACHS
Clearance, max 23.62″
Number of cylinders 4
Load capacity 2,204 lbs
Seats with safety belts 2
Maximum (in top gear) 27.9 mph
Minimum (in low gear) 0.9 mph
Max on water 3.7 mph
Type of tires tubeless, ultra-low pressure
Tire size 63″ × 23″
Passable surfaces any
Hourly fuel consumption, approx .52 to .79 gal/hr
Fuel tank capacity 17.7 gal
Capacity of extra fuel cans 15.3×4
Height of the obstacle in the form of a vertical step 3.25′
Hill climbing capacity 35°
Maintenance frequency 50 hrs

Key features

  • A unique, unparalleled off-road performance;
  • it is able to easily get out of the water onto the ice ;
  • High buoyancy thanks to the sealed body, wheels of 800 l volume each and tire inflation system;
  • A pneumocirculating suspension and in-process easily adjustable pressure in tires for different soils;
  • Unique low-pressure tubeless tires;
  • Low fuel consumption (diesel) 2-3 liters per hour on any type of soil;
  • Low weight;
  • Load capacity up to 1000 kg;
  • High sustainability – 58-liter cans for fuel embedded in wheel disks, due to which the total fuel capacity is increased by 232 liters;
  • Simple and reliable design;
  • Small size for easy movement in any limited space and easy transportation;
  • Covered cabin;
  • A reliable Japanese Kubota engine;
  • Ease of maintenance and repair;
  • Kingstons to drain water from the body;
  • Frame-based design; The structure based on frame;
  • Smooth bottom;
  • High survivability – SHERP continues to move on three and even two wheels!
  • The passenger compartment can be heated by the engine, the vehicle heater, or WEBASTO autonomous heater;
  • A special container fuel system for continuous movement in tilted position. No “Fuel starvation” affects the vehicle!
  • Its climbing gradient is up to 35 degrees;
  • Skid steering – Sherp is able to turn almost on the same spot;
  • Extra beds – possibility to place 4 full-size beds;
  • Hold under floorboards, totaling 170 liters to store necessary things, equipment or installation of an additional fuel tank;
  • Excellent ergonomics and handling;
  • The rear view camera for better safety.
  • Turning radius – 8,2 Ft
Specification, Sharp Hardtop
MAXIMUM POWER 44.3 HP
MAXIMUM SPEED 27.9 MPH
MAX. SPEED ON THE WATER 3.7 MPH
CAPACITY 2204 LB
GRADEABILITY 35 °
CLEARANCE 23 IN

Sherp ATV Pickup

 

length, in 133.85
width, in 99.21
height, in 99.21
Body aluminum
Dry weight, Lb 2866
Engine Kubota-V1505-t / E3B
Fuel diesel
Volume, cu.in 91.41
Max. Power, hp 44.2
Transmission 5-speed manual
Suspension pneumatic circulating
Parking brake system independent
Clutch SACHS
Clearance, in 21.65…23.62
Number of cylinders 4
Load capacity, Lb 2204
Seats equipped with safety belts 2

 

Maximum (in top gear), mph 27.9
Minimum (in low gear), mph 0.9
on water, mph 3.7
Type of tires tubeless, ultra-low pressure
Tire size 63×23-25
Passable surfaces any
Hourly fuel consumption (depending on the off-road conditions), gal/h 0.52-0.79
Fuel tank capacity, gal 17.7
Capacity of extra fuel cans, gal 15.3×4
Height of the obstacle in the form of a vertical step, ft 3.25
Hill climbing capacity 35°
Maintenance frequency, running hours 50

Key features

  • A unique, unparalleled off-road performance;
  • it is able to easily get out of the water onto the ice ;
  • High buoyancy thanks to the sealed body, wheels of 800 l volume each and tire inflation system;
  • A pneumocirculating suspension and in-process easily adjustable pressure in tires for different soils;
  • Unique low-pressure tubeless tires;
  • Low fuel consumption (diesel) 2-3 liters per hour on any type of soil;
  • Low weight;
  • Load capacity up to 1000 kg;
  • High sustainability – 58-liter cans for fuel embedded in wheel disks, due to which the total fuel capacity is increased by 232 liters;
  • Simple and reliable design;
  • Small size for easy movement in any limited space and easy transportation;
  • Covered cabin;
  • A reliable Japanese Kubota engine;
  • Ease of maintenance and repair;
  • Kingstons to drain water from the body;
  • Frame-based design; The structure based on frame;
  • Smooth bottom;
  • High survivability – SHERP continues to move on three and even two wheels!
  • The passenger compartment can be heated by the engine, the vehicle heater, or WEBASTO autonomous heater;
  • A special container fuel system for continuous movement in tilted position. No “Fuel starvation” affects the vehicle!
  • Its climbing gradient is up to 35 degrees;
  • Skid steering – Sherp is able to turn almost on the same spot;
  • Extra beds – possibility to place 4 full-size beds;
  • Hold under floorboards, totaling 170 liters to store necessary things, equipment or installation of additional fuel tank;
  • Excellent ergonomics and handling;
  • The rear view camera for better safety.
  • Turning radius – 8,2 Ft

The Sherp ATV has a special place in the world of Search and Rescue. SAR operations are unpredictable and the go anywhere nature of the Sherp with the safety and stability provided by the platform, make it ideal for SAR operations around the world. Imagine the impact 10-20 Sherp’s could have on flooded areas in South Carolina, North Carolina and Texas over the last five years. From rescue operations to delivering supplies the Sherp is the platform to get the job done.