The amphibious PDM1BM
mine is a new generation
bottom mine designed for
building defense mine
barriers at 2 m depth both in
sea water or river water and
inland waters (lakes,
swamps, etc.).


Deployment depth, mm 0.8 – 1.5
Mine spacing, m > 10
Main charge/td> cast trinitrotoluene
Booster charge pressed trinitrotoluene
Induction fuse NV-SM
Sensor system range, m 0.8
Safe time (since immersed), min 35
Fighting condition maximum time, days 15
Fighting condition setting step, days 1
Sea waves resistance, ball 5
Power, V 9
Mine diameter, mm 300 ± 5
Mine height, mm 450 ± 5
Mine weight, kg 85 ± 5
Warhead weight, kg 15 ± 5
Main charge weight, kg 12 ± 5
Fuse weight, kg 1.5 ± 0.02
Booster charge weight, g 70 ± 0.05
Temperature range of use, 0C minus 4 – plus 35
Warehouse storage, years 10
Shed storage, years 2
Manufacturer Institute of Metal Science
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Atlas International Group Deliver And Supply PDM1BM Amphibious Mine.


A battle is fought on many fronts. While most military combat takes place on land, a comprehensive defense strategy also incorporates countermeasures for combat at sea or in the air. While guns, grenades and long range offensive weapons are staples of combat on land, a water based defense requires a slightly different set of weapons and tactics.


Mines are extremely advantageous for aquatic combat and can be deployed to devastating effect in a range of tactically advantageous ways. They can be used to keep enemy personnel out of your waters or slow their approach to give you enough time to mount a potent counterattack.


The PDM1BM represents the next generation of marine defensive countermeasures. It is one of a new breed of bottom mines designed primarily for creating defensive barriers and fortifying your defenses both at sea and in deep rivers.




Manufactured by the Institute of Metal Science, the PDM1BM is effective in a deployment depth from as shallow as 2.5 meters and as deep as 10 meters. Alternatively, it can be used as a submerged mine in depths of up to 30-40 meters with a spacing of less than 20 meters.


It is powered by a cast trinitrotoluene main charge and a pressed trinitrotoluene booster charge. It uses a NV-Sm induction fuse and has a sensor system range of 0.8 meters. Once immersed it has a safe time of 35 minutes and can be kept in fighting condition for a maximum of 15 days.