Had an enclosed superstructure.2 Had heavier armor than the TK.1 and TK.2.2 7.92 mm MG was mounted in the right front of the hull.4
A four wheeled trailer was built that the TK.3 would tow across country, and then once reached a road it would climb onto the trailer and then by removing the tracks it could then be driven.2
TK.1 built in 1929.2
TK, TK.32: 3002,5
Manufacturer: PZI Institute2
Production: 1931 - 19322
TKS: 250 - 270, 3902
Production: 1934 - 2
TK.12: Prototype built in 1929.2
TK (TK-3): Was licenced from Carden-Loyd in Britain.2,4 Had same engine as Ford Model A car.2,4
TKS: Had Polish built Fiat engine installed.2,4 7.92 mm MG was mounted in the right front of the hull.4 Had a periscope and a sightning telescope.2 The suspension was also strengthened.2 Tracks were wider.5
TK/TKS 20 mm FK: 20 were converted to carry 20 mm FK gun.
TKF: Had Polski-Fiat engine.2 Two machine guns with one capable of firing at aircraft.2
TKS-D: Had a 37 mm Bofors anti-tank gun mounted.2 Only in early prototype stagaes when war broke out.2
TKW: Fully rotating turret was installed.2 Only a few prototypes built.2
One company of tanks was attached to each infantry division and horse cavalry brigade.
On September 19, 1939, Sergeant Roman Orlik knocked out 7 German PzKpfw 35(t)s with his TK S with 20 mm gun.
A TK.3 was demonstrated as a competitor to the Czechoslovakian Skoda S-I.2 No order was placed.2