Today we have taken out a bracket for a fire extinguisher which was mounted below the ribs 3a, next pilot's right leg
. A tøypakning was placed in the bottom of- and a wrench attached to the bracket.
- Holder for a fire extinguisher which was located below the pilot's right leg.
Attached to the rudder pedal on the port side, by spun 2, was screwed out.
Pilot port footrest, consisting of steel with a sheet of plywood on top, were detached from the area between the ribs 2- 3a.
A double bracket, which is disposed below the port frame 6 was dismantled.
- Bracket for port rudder pedal.
Today we got taken out trottelkassen with pipes and transfers. The box is the circumstances in a good condition.
- Engine and propeller control
A sign showing the outline of the contents of the fuse box, under the pilot's footboards on the port side, are in a poor condition. We therefore decided to dismantle this even if the fuse box will be standing for a while.
A box which was located in the area between trottelkassen and pilot port footboards / footrest, was taken out. The box has served as a junction point where various chains are connected to wires. There are also several air chains. The box is in poor condition while the chains seem to have managed stay at fjord better.
A pulley mount bracket was removed from the area between the ribs IV- V down the starboard side
. There was a wire from the basket and into the chain case, mounted a bit further up on the same side.
A Cover, and bank / channel chains and wire, which was on the bottom between the ribs IV- V on the starboard side, was dismantled.
A box was removed from the bulkhead upper starboard between frames IV- V.
An adjustable fastening, with the bracket, Navigator folding seat, was removed from the starboard side, between ribs IV- V.
- Trottelkasse with associated røroverføringer
Today we have also taken out some minor parts:
A bracket was positioned behind the folding seat, and which may have been used to hold the seat in its upright ( in use ) position.
A bracket may have served as securing Navigator folding seat when it has been left in its upright ( not in use ) position.
A hoop with an underlying plate which was riveted to the bulkhead, up on the starboard side, between ribs IV- V, was dismantled
. At each end of the bracket was riveted leather strap.
It was today taken out a box that contained several dimmer switches
. This was located a little way up on the port side, between the ribs 3- 4. The box is in poor condition and will disintegrate.
Automatic light adjustment
An exterior hatch is located on the port side, between ribs III- IV, just below the rear plexiglass pane, was dismantled.
An instrument with a chain drive, with associated covers, and that may have worked as a position indicator for an equipment, was dismantled from below on the starboard side by spun IV.
It was also taken various smaller parts:
Today we have dismantled starboard support for the pilot's seat which was placed between the ribs 4- 5.
Support for the pilot's seat
Meanwhile, a hydraulic cylinder up between the ribs 4- 5, dismantled
. This was used to adjust the seat height of the pilot's seat.
Hydraulic cylinder for adjusting the pilot's seat height
A hinged window was also removed from the starboard side, the bottom between the ribs in- II
A plywood armrest for navigator was dismantled from the area behind the rib, on the port side
. This was in use when the navigator was lying on his mattress brand promotion in the nose.
A plexiglass window at the bottom of the starboard, promotion at frame I, was unscrewed.
- Some of the equipment which is located on the starboard side between the ribs 1- 4.
Attachment for bombsight promoting the bottom between the ribs in- II was unscrewed.
A bracket with 2 pressure switches were removed from the area between the frames I- II, on the starboard side.
Two three bricks, on the port side of the hatch down to the bomb shelter from the cockpit, was dismantled.
Two slots in the floor below the pilot's legs were removed
. They are built in a timber, and is provided with a release handle
. Upon activation of the handle before the hatches is still open.
A part of the auxiliary controller was removed from the area directly behind the ribs 1, on the starboard side.
- Various switches and fuses on the port side just behind the pilot's instrument panel
A plexiglass window, with hinges, was dismantled from below on the starboard side, between frames In- II.
It was also picked out some small parts of the plane:
A fire extinguisher, which was located at the bottom right Pilot legs, was taken out.
a hot air pipes, which was routed back along the port side of the cutting edge of the cockpit, was taken out.
This was the day for photo documentation of what lay where inside the nose and cockpit section. It is important that we have secured a solid photographic material of how things have looked, before dismantling begins. We're shooting areas from spinning to spinning, from bottom to top, and gladly back down, to ensure that every detail is depicted. To ensure the identification of where pictures are taken, used Heinkel factory's own numbering system for the various frames. In this system, called frames, from the front of the nose section and rear bulkhead against cockpit, with the Roman numerals I to V. From the front bulkhead, cockpit section and the rear bulkhead against the center section, used the Arabic numerals 1 to 6.
The bombardier's hydraulic opening and closing valve for bomb hatches
. The valve is located on the starboard side when spun II.
All items before disassembly in addition be thoroughly photographed so that one can later get back to where they have been placed, and how they were mounted. Position is referred to which side and which(t) spinning equipment has been installed on. The parts are marked with the unique tag numbers, to be detected in a paper form.
The control is positioned on the starboard side , between ribs IV- V, and was used to eject the torpedo
They are then again thoroughly photographed to document both state, and how part is built. The images are then recorded in the same paper form, and since stored with traceability to the tag, spun and date for dismantling. The whole thing is then recorded in an Excel form to secure an overall traceability at.
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The starboard side between the ribs 5- 6. As her bl.a. rear part of the mechanism for starting nødutpumping fuel, lower part of the seat support and review Hot air from exhaust manifold.
Parts that are taken out are stored in a smaller water tanks in anticipation of a thorough assessment and conservation. Some parts are put thoroughly with Lanolin and stored dry.