In summer we have been visited by a professor in materials technology, Thorfinn Harbor. We challenged him on whether he could suggest one for us a realistic way to clean the plane on. Our premise of the question was that method way could be implemented within resource very narrow confines, and that we wanted to keep most of the aircraft's originality. Thorfinn Airport's response to the challenge was based on two facts; that between the joints, which has remained almost 70 years in seawater, it will have penetrated the salt, and that there must be an active driver to remove this again. As a practical solution, he suggested that we should try to flush the salt out of the joints in using hot freshwater.
In purely practical terms, this means that we must get to supply fresh water directly into the joints, m.a.o. will require an accuracy almost a dentist has. To this will require flushing nozzles with very small aperture ( 0,4mm ), which fortunately commodity. Many of the joint has a design that enables this, while there is often a 0,2- 0,4 mm opening therebetween. Some joints will necessarily pose a greater challenge.
We are currently investigating the practical aspects of such washing, and the method is currently at the study stage.
Simultaneously with this, we are working on with other things. Attached are a few pictures of things that are in the recent past has been dismantled / retrieved from the water bath cleaned
- Detail of the starboard aileron crank
- We often provide the parts in a system of unique numbers. Here, a push rod belonging to one aileron crank
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- A block with various small parts Ernst cleaned and preserved ila. summer.