The approaching summer sun holiday, and activity in the Heinkel 115 the project will be low until late in the summer. We have during the last few months mainly efforts to prepare for the big job of flushing all joints and joints in the center section and wing tips clean of salt. Work on the preparations have been both time consuming and tedious, but still a very necessary work, which unfortunately shows very little left in the grand scheme. It is therefore not much to talk about or show off photos
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. The only consolation is that we are now ready to start with water flushing, when we again start up work after the summer holidays.
We also worked on with putting in place a solution to dry air out the Heinkel hall. It's the time of writing still not quite clear whether we should invest in using an older unit that we've got, or whether we would rather be buying into a new and modern unit.
Our good friend Georg who have begun to work together with us, and is currently doing a great job of restoring the pilot's seat with seat related suspension.
The work to complete Trottle box, has been abandoned as a result of efforts to prepare for flushing of joints and joints, out in the hall. Some work is still been done on the box during the last weeks. This was when we started on the, full interior of mud from the inlet bottom, and the paint was heavily polluted by the process as follows lying 70 years in seawater. It was during the winter been completely disassembled and mechanically cleaned, before we began work to clean all components. Most of these were then first washed in a hardware store ultrasound sinks with Biltema kaldavfetting as detergent. Subsequently, they added a few hours in a 10 % Oksalsyre solution, before they were then neutralized in a water bath mixed with 2 % Blue Gold alkaline soap. Then it was time to consider what we saw was going to do to protect the original paint against future wear, before we again began to assemble together again all the parts that such a box consists of. The choice was between using Lanolin, paint with a cellulose lacquer or using Dinitrol Corroheat 4010. The choice finally fell on Corroheat 4010 because this provided a surface that does not collect dust, and that is not tacky to take in. It can and, if it becomes necessary, removed again from the surfaces at a later time. Consideration of the surface should not stick was decisive for the choice of treatment. This page Trottle Checkout Initially thought exhibited as a component that visitors can come to touch. Switches for magnets, gain control and starters are not yet ready for surface treatment, and we have not yet determined how to handle. Gas Hendler with lock, and handles for gasoline and triggers for fire fighting are mounted back checkout, and now works almost like when the plane was new.
There is a small milestone when we have started to mount back a few individual components. All components have been removed, has been marked with a unique number. This is then indexed in a registration form, where information about this part, where this was located, which images are taken of the part mxm. has become as listed. The information is then again been recorded digitally. It's a good experience when we reach for the first time be able to fill in the final information about what has been done with a part, before being back mounted, and saw the sign that the job was finished.
We want everyone who reads this record with a rich and long summer.
Trottle box before disassembly and cleaning
Throttle box after purification and gas, bensing and fire levers turn mounted back.
Here are a few more details mounted
A milestone when we can now begin to supplement registration forms with final data
Georg has a steady hand to restore mechanically intricate parts, here a mechanism for adjusting the pilot's seat