- the front cover;
- the cover breaks down;
- bends front;
- bugle front;
- lifting unit;
- rear bungee;
- back cover;
- bungee rear;
- middle bends;
- the mechanism of unlocking the electrical plug;
- electric socket;
- guide beam;
- blowing plug;
- lithium changeover hatch plug;
- cover for the disconnection mechanism;
- bleeder plug;
- stud bolt;
- dehumidifier (silica gel);
Transport and launch container 9Я281 (TPK) is designed to store the transportation and launch of missiles. It consists of a case 2, divided by apertures 18 into four cavities, designed for the installation of missiles, protective and sealing device single action 28 and two covers - front 1 and rear 12. Hull 2 is an all-welded, corrugated structure made of aluminum alloy and supported by three bends. There is a bracket 8 on the front bends, which provides the fixation of the TPK on the vehicle when charging the combat vehicle, and plate 7 for fixation of the TPK on the vehicle. The fixation of the TPK from the transverse movement when the vehicle is being loaded on the TM rails is provided by the T-slots 9 on the middle and 6-legules 11 on the rear hinges. Hermeticity of the case is provided by rubber linings on all joint connections.
There are two holes in the front cover of the housing which can be closed with plugs. The holes are designed to check the tightness of the cavity under the front cover during the manufacture of the TIC and to align the pressure in this cavity with the environment before removing the front cover.
Inside the cavity TPK on the upper wall to the bends with bolts and steel brackets are attached guide beams 17 on which the missile is installed. On the lower surface of the TPK casing there are four hatches, which are closed with lids 22 with mechanisms for unlocking electrical connectors 15, providing a link between the electrical circuits of missiles with starting automation and unlocking electrical connectors TPK from the onboard electrical connectors of missiles at launch, and plugs 21, providing access for switching the literal frequency.
To connect the TPK to the launch automation is available on-board electrical connectors 16, located on the sides of the front bends of the TPK. For purging the internal cavities of the TPC with dry air during manufacture in the back cover and on the bottom surface of the TPC, at the front end of the hose, there are purging holes, covered with plugs 20 and 23.
Rocket rolling in the TIC is made from the front end of the TIC. The missile is fed into the TPK up to the ejector earring stop in the guide grooves of the TPK. The missile is locked axially in the TIC by a removable jumper. The transverse fixation of the missile is carried out by rods 9 and 11, which are located in the grooves of the brackets on the middle to the rear bends.