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Chinese PLA Troops Incite Indian Army By Flaunting Their ‘Thermal Shelters’ Amid Blistering Winters: WATCH

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The prolonged standoff between India and China along the Line of Actual Control is proving to be a test of endurance, supply chain, and willpower. With no signs of tensions easing between Indian and PLA troops, both sides have equipped their armies with state of art, ready-to-assemble shelters that can withstand extreme Himalayan winters.


While details of the Indian army’s shelter facilities are known, the Chinese website Sohu has now shown the facilities being used by the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) troops in the Himalayan region.

The report says the thermal shelters can ensure the indoor temperature remains higher than 15° Celsius even if it is -40° Celsius outdoors, at an altitude of 5,500 meters.

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The report also claims that the shelter relies on solar energy to keep the indoors warm during the night. The solar panels mounted on the roof of assembled shelters store energy.

It says this provides self-sufficiency in energy as there is no need for diesel or electricity, which reduces dependence upon fuel distribution at high altitudes.

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These easy-to-move shelters include dormitories, canteens, integrated toilets, dry self-cleaning toilets, warehouses, and vegetable cellars. The most advanced technology, as per the report, has been used in the toilets.
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The use of toilets has been a challenge for troops on border defense duties but the thermal shelters use biodegradable dry self-cleaning toilets, which use biological decomposition instead of the traditional water flushing method, Sohu report says.


The lack of water in the region makes this technology a boon for the troops as it does not require routine maintenance. The report claims that the PLA troops stationed near the Pangong Lake have also used the same shelters.

The PLA posts along the LAC are also likely to be fully electrified soon, the state-owned Global Times recently claimed. The Chinese State Grid Corporation was scheduled to complete a mega power project in the region by December by laying a 1.6-km long transmission line, GT reported.


 

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The prolonged standoff between India and China along the Line of Actual Control is proving to be a test of endurance, supply chain, and willpower. With no signs of tensions easing between Indian and PLA troops, both sides have equipped their armies with state of art, ready-to-assemble shelters that can withstand extreme Himalayan winters.


While details of the Indian army’s shelter facilities are known, the Chinese website Sohu has now shown the facilities being used by the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) troops in the Himalayan region.

The report says the thermal shelters can ensure the indoor temperature remains higher than 15° Celsius even if it is -40° Celsius outdoors, at an altitude of 5,500 meters.

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The report also claims that the shelter relies on solar energy to keep the indoors warm during the night. The solar panels mounted on the roof of assembled shelters store energy.

It says this provides self-sufficiency in energy as there is no need for diesel or electricity, which reduces dependence upon fuel distribution at high altitudes.

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These easy-to-move shelters include dormitories, canteens, integrated toilets, dry self-cleaning toilets, warehouses, and vegetable cellars. The most advanced technology, as per the report, has been used in the toilets.
View attachment 691285

The use of toilets has been a challenge for troops on border defense duties but the thermal shelters use biodegradable dry self-cleaning toilets, which use biological decomposition instead of the traditional water flushing method, Sohu report says.


The lack of water in the region makes this technology a boon for the troops as it does not require routine maintenance. The report claims that the PLA troops stationed near the Pangong Lake have also used the same shelters.

The PLA posts along the LAC are also likely to be fully electrified soon, the state-owned Global Times recently claimed. The Chinese State Grid Corporation was scheduled to complete a mega power project in the region by December by laying a 1.6-km long transmission line, GT reported.


Real men don't need oxygen.
 

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The prolonged standoff between India and China along the Line of Actual Control is proving to be a test of endurance, supply chain, and willpower. With no signs of tensions easing between Indian and PLA troops, both sides have equipped their armies with state of art, ready-to-assemble shelters that can withstand extreme Himalayan winters.


While details of the Indian army’s shelter facilities are known, the Chinese website Sohu has now shown the facilities being used by the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) troops in the Himalayan region.

The report says the thermal shelters can ensure the indoor temperature remains higher than 15° Celsius even if it is -40° Celsius outdoors, at an altitude of 5,500 meters.

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The report also claims that the shelter relies on solar energy to keep the indoors warm during the night. The solar panels mounted on the roof of assembled shelters store energy.

It says this provides self-sufficiency in energy as there is no need for diesel or electricity, which reduces dependence upon fuel distribution at high altitudes.

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These easy-to-move shelters include dormitories, canteens, integrated toilets, dry self-cleaning toilets, warehouses, and vegetable cellars. The most advanced technology, as per the report, has been used in the toilets.
View attachment 691285

The use of toilets has been a challenge for troops on border defense duties but the thermal shelters use biodegradable dry self-cleaning toilets, which use biological decomposition instead of the traditional water flushing method, Sohu report says.


The lack of water in the region makes this technology a boon for the troops as it does not require routine maintenance. The report claims that the PLA troops stationed near the Pangong Lake have also used the same shelters.

The PLA posts along the LAC are also likely to be fully electrified soon, the state-owned Global Times recently claimed. The Chinese State Grid Corporation was scheduled to complete a mega power project in the region by December by laying a 1.6-km long transmission line, GT reported.


Oxygen for 1hr above 4000 m

Why?
I have been above 5500m and no issues providing you know how to climatise as you go higher
 

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Oxygen for 1hr above 4000 m

Why?
I have been above 5500m and no issues providing you know how to climatise as you go higher
It's to ensure peak performance incase they're needed for action. The higher the oxygen level in the body the greater it functions as well as increasing endurance....just like athletes who use oxygen chambers to keep the body optimised.
 

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Chinese soldier : *eats food*
Indian media: Chinese propaganda!!!

Chinese soldier : *breathes air*
Indian media: PLA taunts Indian army!!!

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Those are solar collectors, it's pretty common in North China, even during very cold winters as long as there is proper insulation and sunlight, the cabin will stay warm, if they install hikvision IR cameras and create a perimeter and bullet proof their cabins, use remote robots for patrol, the soldiers are pretty cozy. The remote robots already in use by PLA.
 

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You had to acclimatise buk lau
You dumb idiot...when hiking look at how you acclimatise..
Before talking Shyte get some knowledge.
Buk lau yourself puta
Oxygen is very thin especially at night at those altitudes.
Oh please...have you been above 4000m. Thats my tent at concordia. 4650m
My pic of broad peak and k2
 

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Are their naked butts insulated enough to weather the harsh cold temperatures especially during the nights when nature calls?
India has such extensive experience in open defecation that I think it would be prudent not to underestimate them.
 

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You dumb idiot...when hiking look at how you acclimatise..
Before talking Shyte get some knowledge.
Buk lau yourself puta

Oh please...have you been above 4000m. Thats my tent at concordia. 4650m
My pic of broad peak and k2
It looks like trump towers is getting his knickers in a twist. Tyrone has made him his beee ach
 

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