Censor.NET reports referring to SBU Facebook page.
Separate components in these tanks are placed at odds with Ukrainian standards, in particular: the air valve is located in the transmission compartment, while in Ukrainian tanks it is in fighting compartment (in the turret):
The tanks have service hour meters (absent in Ukrainian tanks):
Crew stations are equipped with DV-3 fans (overhauled Ukrainian tanks are equipped with foreign-made fans):
The tanks have a fuel heating system (Ukrainian T-72 no longer use it after major overhaul):
In addition, all tanks' units and components have factory sealing over them (Ukrainian T-72 underwent major overhaul at armor plants (Lviv and Kyiv) and can not bear any sealing of manufacturer):
At the same time, one of the tanks has four rechargeable batteries 6СТ-140ТМ made in the Russian Federation (Elektrotyaga CJSC. Starter battery 6CT-140TM. TU 16-529.357-78. Kalinina str., 50-a, St. Petersburg, 198095, Russian Federation, Tel. (812) 7863244, (812) 7862889, Fax: (812) 7864739. 3-year warranty). On the top of the battery, one of the terminals has a depressed numerical designation "844" and "1213" being the number of the battery and release date - December 2013:
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