Jærmuseet recently, In three weeks, lent us conservator Eirik Aarebrot to help us
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. Eirik has in these weeks efforts to clean and preserve small parts, previously removed from the nose and cockpit sections.
Work continues to release remaining screws mxm
. in nosepiece, now stands upright in an upside down position on the floor of the workshop.
We passed a week that went the milestone that we no longer have parts, which are taken on the basis of nose and cockpit sections, stored in water
. These are now cleaned, dried and lubricated with Lanolin.
Further progress in the cleaning of the cockpit section, by blowing with dry ice, relies on a new period of stable weather.
Ernst Knutsen working inside the nosepiece
There is a backlog of records relating to the weekly work of nose and cockpit section
. last update / progress report is dated 7
. jul 2014. The progress will be updated until the present, week by week, when we are ready with this information.
We are constantly, one to several days a week with nose and cockpit sections
. We now have emptied them both, and separated them from one another. It is now clear to attempt to clean these internally using ice blasting. The goal is to find an effective way to clean painted surfaces, without damaging the paint or other labeling. It is therefore engaged a firm that has expertise and experience with blowing surfaces clean using among others
We will try to find an easy way to clean painted surfaces without damaging the paint.
- Nose and cockpit section after most of the equipment is dismantled
Today dismantled we wire transfers were routed along the ribs 1- 6, down on the port and starboard
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. The wire has served as the transfer of power from the rudder pedals to the helm.
- Pulley for transmitting wire
Loosened an electrical connection from mains street by ribs 2 down on the starboard side.
Disassembled two springs, which were mounted on either side of the bottom by ribs IV, and that belonged to the mechanism of the rear end of the navigator lie board.
Loosened two springs which was attached, one on each side of the plane immediately adjacent ribs 1.
Sorted various loose small parts that are found on the floor inside, and under the plane for cleaning.
- Bosch horn which is placed in front of the pilot's instumentpanel up between ribs 1- 2
We dismantled some hoses and tubes, down on the port side of ribs 2, who has tilhørt pilot's instrument panel.
Dismounted hydraulic valve which has been in connection with the pilot's instrument panel, up on the port side of the frame 2
. The valve was mounted in a steel bracket.
Dismounted distress handle with the bracket, which was mounted on top of the right side, next to the pilot's instrument panel, between the ribs 2- 3.
Disassembled batten up between the ribs 2- 3 who has served as the lighting of the pilot's instrument panel.
- Plexiglass box with corresponding lists dismounted from the underside of the nosepiece
It was currently working to dismantle parts in many different places in the navigator and cockpit section.
Motor which has operated a pulley, ( this memory of an old speedometer wire similar to those that were previously in use in vehicles ) was dismantled.
- Motor standing mounted directly behind the pilot's instrument panel
This engine was located upstairs on the port side, directly in front of the pilot's instrument panel, behind spunky 1
. Stir with wire inside branched off at the front of the frame 1 and forward to frame IV
. It is a 90 degree angle to the pipe with the wire in the
. Inside this angle sits two 45 degree gear that extends force on the wire down.
- Motor and pulley
Electrical junction box that is labeled B17 / B18 was dismantled from the frame 6 up on the port side
Bakelittbraketter / pipe penetrations, who has served as supports for pipes that have gone out of wings, was dismantled
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. These were placed passages on both sides of the plane up front ribs 6.
Tanks and pumps were used for priming of the motors before startup, was dismantled. This equipment was placed on the starboard side, in height in the middle of, between the ribs 2- 3.
- Pump priming of the motors before start
Disassembled support for hydraulic tank, with associated fixing bracket for pipes
. The tank has been placed on the starboard side, in height in the middle of, the spunky 1. Simultaneously, also attached to the hydraulic tank dismantled. This consisted of upper and lower bracket with steel bands between.
It was also currently working with unscrewing plexiglass routes. The following windows were dismantled:
The upper front window on the starboard side, behind spunky In.
The upper window behind spun II starboard.
The bottom window behind spun II starboard.
The upper window behind spun III, on the starboard side.
Unfortunately, we find a lot of salt between the glass and the frame around them, but steel structures behind the glasses is in good condition.
Throttle casing shall be stored dry during the summer, and was greased thoroughly with Lanolin to minimize the risk of further damage.
Front door to the main fuse board in the cockpit, labeled A 14 to 20, the rest is for corroded to be readable, was removed from the area below the pilot's legs, on the port side.
The hydraulic control device for flaps were removed from their place down between the ribs 3a- 4, on the starboard side.
- Equipment for hydraulically lowering or raising of the flap
This was fitted with a front cover, with a sign that has contained an operation description.
- Signs that stood mounted on the device
. The picture was taken just after the rise in June 2012
A hydraulic pipes that was routed down to the wire gate, and further backwards to the hydraulic control device for flaps, was also dismantled
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. Reaching this tube connected to a nipple that went forward through the frame 1.
Bakelite bracket, for guiding the wire and piano wire, was removed from the area behind the hydraulic control device for flaps.
The rear part of the lid, and rubber seal for a hydraulic tank were dismantled from the mid rib 1, on the starboard side.
- Part of the hydraulic tank that stood mounted on the frame 1 on the starboard side
Rings with associated gasket for review of Hot air, starboard exhaust manifold, cockpit section was dismantled area between the ribs 5- 6.
- The hole, between ribs 5- 6, where hot air pipe, from port exhaust manifold, came into the cockpit.
Plexiglass window with associated printing plates were disassembled down on the starboard side between the frames I- II.
The following minor components were also taken off the plane:
and hydraulikkrør, end attachments, were disengaged behind the wing root. The pipe was routed forward down the starboard side, past the hand pump flap, and further forward to frame 3a.
a hitch, with associated bakelite plate, for pilot Revisikte was dismantled atop, between the ribs 2- 3.
Lower attachment of the pilot's instrument tray was removed from its location above the starboard side of the frame 2.
A cover that has protected a pulley which has passed a wire through ribs 1 was dismantled down on the starboard side.
The plane has had a system in emergencies to dump fuel. We dismantled today the manual part of the system
. A long vertical handle was attached to the same bracket, as control valves for hydraulic flaps control, located on the starboard side between the frames 3a- 4. This gave the pilot the opportunity to start a pumping fuel. Lever is part of a larger manually Arrangement, who ended up behind the ribs 5- 6. Here was this connected to a plate, in which the position is monitored by a limit switch
. From this it is routed wires backwards in direction to an electric pump for pumping fuel.
- Equipment for the operation of the system for emergency dumping of fuel
A close window at the top right behind the rib was unclamped and removed.
Pilote control panel points Brett, with the bracket and a roller, was removed from between the ribs 2- 3a. It was also found a pipe lying behind the running board. A wooden board that belonged to the running board was also taken out.
- Running boards for pilot
We also took out several smaller parts from plane:
An outlet which has been connected to the main conduit street down on the port side by spun II.
A removable rod lying on top of the pilot footboards starboard between ribs 2- 4.
A device with unknown function that has probably been one valve with handle, Found down on the starboard side between the ribs 5- 6.
A tubular section that belonged to hot air system, and sticking up and out of the room behind the large fuse box at the pilot port footrest, between the ribs 2- 3.
More T- links that belonged to the hydraulic system, and has been placed somewhere between the ribs 1- 6, was found lying on the floor.