The performance of the state contract to supply for the needs of Russian health care of the ventilator "Aventa-M" continues in the normal mode, in spite of the fires in hospitals in may, said in an interview with RIA Novosti first Deputy General Director of Concern "radio-electronic technology" (KRET, part of rostec state Corporation) and Vladimir Zverev.
He noted that the Russian medical institutions are not refused from the operation of vehicles "Aventa-M". "The Ministry decided to suspend the use of the ventilator to ascertain the circumstances of the incident. Because the priority of JSC "CONCERN" JSC and "UPZ" is the production of quality and reliable equipment, we have taken additional measures to strengthen control over quality of products. On our initiative for additional verification came back the party apparatus, previously delivered in hospitals of Russia, for the re technical researches (tests)", - said the Agency interlocutor.
Ventilators "Aventa-M" tested in the harsh conditions after the fires in hospitals of Moscow and St. Petersburg, and no test has led to a dangerous situation, said in an interview with RIA Novosti first Deputy General Director of Concern "radio-electronic technology" (KRET, part of rostec state Corporation) and Vladimir Zverev.
According to him, all measures to prevent the development of thermal phenomena in devices are working normally, all necessary means of protection are implemented in accordance with regulatory requirements. "In addition, during the examination of quality, efficacy and safety of the ventilator "Aventa-M" Roszdravnadzor does not have a direct connection AIVL with the recent fires in hospitals of Moscow and St. Petersburg", said Zverev.
Foreign components used in the manufacture of the ventilator "Aventa-M", but this is done in accordance with the Russian standards, said in an interview with RIA Novosti first Deputy General Director of concern "radio-Electronic technology" (KRET, part of rostec) Vladimir Zverev.
Earlier in the media appeared information that the components of the ventilator "Aventa-M" are purchased in China, in connection with which the products allegedly do not correspond to Russian standards.
Combat helicopter Mi-24 will be upgraded and its tests will be completed in 2021, told reporters CEO of JSC "Lever" (part of Rostec's KRET) Alexey Panin.
"Now we have officially closed two phase development work: technical design and documentation development. The Mi-24 helicopter is now at the stage of creating a prototype. Currently, as we have planned, will rise into the air very soon, and in the first quarter of next year, we plan to complete factory tests" - said Panin.
New military transport aircraft Il-76MD-90A and the tanker on its base received on-Board defense system that protects from missiles, told reporters the chief designer of JSC "Radiopribor" (included in KRET, a Rostec) Evgeny Glebov.
"Defensive systems are put on the Il-76MD-90A aircraft and tanker Il-78M-90A. On the first sample of the tanker system, which produced the developer, a Il-76MD-90A is released serially, so there we put serial defense," said Glebov, without specifying the name of the complex.
Complaints to the ventilator "Aventa-M", produced at the Ural instrument plant (included in KRET, a Rostec) during additional testing not identified, told RIA Novosti on Tuesday the press service of the concern "Radioelectronic technologies".
They added that the initiative of the Ural instrument-making plant has notified a healthcare.
The stand tests of fuel measurement system for the MS-21 on domestic element base will be completed by the autumn of this year, told reporters the first Deputy General Director - chief designer of JSC Techpribor (part of JSC "CONCERN") Yuri Novikov.
"By the fall of 2020 the stand tests of fuel measurement system for the MS-21 on domestic element base will be completed. I want to note that we are not just implemented test-bed, we created the technology. There is iron, there are harness, measuring equipment, but there are also techniques is the most valuable," said Novikov.
Saratov oblast in the framework of the agreement with the Ministry of industry and trade of the Russian Federation received 45 of the 80 ventilators "Aventa-M", reported on Monday the first Deputy Minister of health Stanislav Shuvalov.
Previously Shuvalov said that only with the agreement of the Ministry of industry and trade of the Russian Federation in the region it is planned to supply 80 of the ventilator "Aventa-M". According to Vice-Governor Alexander Strelyukhin, the first batch of these devices on the line of the Ministry of industry and trade of the Russian Federation in the region was expected before the end of last week.
Ural instrument plant (UPZ, part of the concern "Radioelectronic technologies") withdraws from hospital ventilators "Aventa-M" for additional screening.
Ventilators "Aventa M", produced at a factory of KRET, was used in Moscow and St. Petersburg hospitals, where 9 and 12 may there was a fire and killed a total of seven patients. After the incident, the health Ministry has suspended the use in Russia of the ventilator during the investigation.