2018.12.22

Siegfried Hernes has continued to work to clean and rebuild the instruments that were found in the aircraft when it was raised in June 2012. Many of these instruments are, Despite more than 69 years at the bottom of the fjord, in an incredibly good condition. As expected, the instruments full of various deposits that it is a tedious job to get removed. Most injuries are there on dials, glass and lock rings, who was the team of aluminum, who are most damaged by years on the fiord. Also some of the instrument houses are to some extent damaged. Siegfried seems to have magic fingers, and one after another of the instruments are now beginning to be ready to be assembled again.

Navigator lie board is now fully cured and ready to back mounted in the nose section.

Efforts Heinkel He 115 the project has since January been ruled by the Armed Forces Museum is in a process where they will consider future ownership of equipment that is lent on landfill agreements. We therefore remain temporarily any restrictions on working with plane.

Speedometer from the pilot's instrument panel before Siegfried has started work on the instrument. IN nr. 22230

A corresponding speed sensor after it has been opened and partially cleaned. This instrument was mounted under telegraphist panel. IN nr. 22230

Altimeter with coarse and fine soluble display on the dial. The instrument has likely been in the airplane's instrument panel. IN nr. 22320

Altimeter with coarse and fine soluble display on the dial. The instrument has likely been in the airplane's instrument panel. IN nr. 22320

Altimeter with coarse and fine soluble display on the dial. The instrument has likely been in the airplane's instrument panel. IN nr. 22320

Altimeter with coarse and fine soluble display on the dial. The instrument has likely been in the airplane's instrument panel. IN nr. 22320

A similar fhøydemåler that has been mounted ahead in the navigator dashboard. IN nr. 22320

Altimeter with coarse and fine soluble display on the dial. The instrument has likely been in the airplane's instrument panel. IN nr. 22320

Navigator lie board finished conserved.

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