Since this summer, we have continued to work on preparing the Kanzel to be able to mount it again together with the cockpit section..

During this work, it has been necessary to open up a few records / rib joints. This is to clean these for ongoing corrosion. To secure the pipe structures against further internal corrosion, Owatrol has been injected here.

Much work has also been done to preserve and rebuild original instruments and other components such as switches and electrical components.. Many of these components are now back assembled in Kanzel.

During the time on the fjord bottom, the cable street for the pipe network was completely corroded away and a new similar cable street has therefore been made..

New three cassettes for storing light cartridges have also been made. Furthermore, a lot of work has been done to clean and rebuild MG 15 spectacle magazines.

We will soon be there where further work with the Kanzel will depend on this being installed together with the cockpit section. This is because there are several large systems that run through from the Kanzel and backwards through the cockpit.

In parallel with the work with Kanzel, work has been done to prepare the center section for NDT investigations of the supporting beams.. To provide access to be able to measure rear girders, the rear edge of the center section has been loosened from the main structure.

IKM Inspection AS gave us 11. October free of charge an ultrasound examination of the beams. Incredibly, these measurements showed insignificant variations in material thicknesses. This gives us good hope to be able to avoid making very large interventions in the center section. We are now working to prepare for during 2022 to lift the center section out of the concrete hall and into the workshop.

IKM Inspection AS in work with NDT examination of parts of the supporting beams.
IKM Inspection AS sponsored 11. October project with a free ultrasound examination of parts of the supporting beams
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The navigator's folding seat seen from the cockpit end
Navigator's retractable scroll bar, even the original ball bearings work after 70 years on the fiord.
Before we could start reassembling equipment, a new cable car had to be built on the port side.
We have renovated some of the MG 15 the spectacle magazines as in June 2012 was found in the plane.
Here you can see above the compass parts of the cable car that had to be built completely new.
The wooden cassette containing light cartridges must be able to be pushed down and out through the hull side in an emergency.
At the rear edge of the instrument panel you can see the front part of the newly laid cable gate.
The original cartridge cartridge has been rebuilt. The wooden sets had to be made new. The light cartridges are found in the aircraft.
Sigfried Hernes has preserved both the original compass and the instruments in the panel on the port side.
The bomb inspector's switch for controlling rudder functions, also this one was in the plane when it was lifted in 2012
Parts of the clock that were found in the Kanzel and which are now being rebuilt
The clock in place in the front instrument panel
Selection switch forward at bomb sight, Egil Thomsen works patiently to renovate electronic devices
Light bulb that still works after 70 years on the fiord, NRK has made an article about this special light bulb
Hydraulic valve for opening and closing bomb shutters
Hydraulic valve for bomb hatches, Georg Krautz Johannesen managed to save the original hydraulic valves
Lamp above the navigator's seat
Switches at the front of the wheelhouse, the middle was the main switch for detonating bombs
Shelf for life jacket
Two talented girls from the aircraft mechanic line helped us prepare the center section for NDT examination
This autumn, Harald Egge has worked steadily to prepare the Chancellery



It has again gone a little while where it has worked very well with Heinkel 115 project. The focus during this period has been on working with a new instrument panel, completion of work on building a new hydraulic hand pump, the continuous ongoing work to preserve electrical parts, as well as further work with documentation, photos and sharing archive. Work on a new engine buck has been completed ended in anticipation of us being able to solve the problem of missing it one of the aircraft's engines. Work continues on preparing to be able to start up the work that will have to be done with the center section.

We also have started up again looking for parts lists / catalogs / Spare part list / service-parts-list for flyet. Both Norway and Sweden operated these aircraft, and we have not yet given up the hope of tracking these down in one of these two countries. It's through Christian König also made attempts to trace these catalogs through his wide network of contacts in and outside Germany. Among other things, there will be an article in FlyPlast and hopefully also I FlugzeugClassic m.m..  

Harald Egge standing next to the hydraulic pump he has built
The pump is rebuilt around what was left of the original parts.
The pump is test-mounted in place by the frame 4.
Sigfried Hernes measures the space for a new bracket that will contain the dimming switches
New bracket with original mounting ears and original dimming switches
Hydraulic flap control valve.
Handle for emergency release
Egil Thomsen makes a tireless effort to preserve electrical components.
Harald Egge and Georg Krauts Johannesen have saved and got light in the instrument list again.
Torkild Tang Jørgensen has rebuilt the engine stand that was dismantled in 1942.
New engine stand to replace the one that was dismantled in 1942


Siegfried Hernes currently working to dismantle and clean those of the aircraft instruments that it has not yet been done something. Although the instruments apparently seems to be in a very poor condition, is Siegfried now still on track to be able to dismantle them and clean them internally
. Some of them bear a clear mark of 70 year stay at the bottom of the fjord, while others have managed their remarkably well. A common feature appears to be that the glass and dials and bellows is broken, while the rest of the fine mechanics have fared very well. It will require a great effort both in terms of work, ability to fine motor work and knowledge to be able to put the instruments repaired.

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. in this work, there has been a special challenge to be able to take care of the original veneer plate belonging to the rear section of this adjustable sleepingmat. The original ball bearings are now back mounted and still works well.

Still working with Heinkel He 115 project hampered by us 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 still some temporary some restrictions on the work of Heinkel He 115 project.

Siegfried Hernes in working with one of the plane's instruments.

A selection of the instruments that awaits Siegfried's expert hands.


Efforts Heinkel He 115 the project has now started up again after a long summer

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. Still working with Heinkel He 115 project hampered by us 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 still some temporary some restrictions on the work of Heinkel He 115 project.

We will now proceed to clarify the parts to be used in the new Heinkel 115 exhibit of that work is underway. This exhibition will be in a separate room next to the place in the hangar where both cockpit section, abdomen, and the motor is placed.

It will also throughout the winter to be the work of creating and installing the piping for hot air in the cockpit section.

Jiong in efforts to clarify lavettplate port-MG 17.

Lavett port-MG 17 in the process of being prepared for use in the new He 115 exhibition.


Summer is here, and it felt good at the activity level of the project that there now are other things that will be focused on than working with plane. It is also the season for major events and cockpit and nose section was recently transported to Sola Airport and exhibited in connection with the major air show where
. We we also make a exhibitions around Heinkel project in connection with the Wings and Wheels event in seaplane harbor.

Although the project He 115 was reasonably full when it was raised in 2012, we lack, of course, a whole range of parts. We hope now that it will be possible to get made an exhaustive survey of the Heinkel He 115 parts located at the bottom of Adhesion. It is therefore now both taken an initiative towards the local environment which is engaged in gluing plane and towards the environment in 2012 raised our fly from Hafrsfjord

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. Further investigation and a possible raising of the parts of Adhesion depends on a permit to work with plane, and we will continue the dialogue with Forsvarsmuseet about such a permit.

We will take this opportunity to wish everyone a summer.

Heinkel He 115 the stand in connection with Wings & Wheels event 18. June


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. He has therefore included the few parts that we found the pilot's stick in cockpit home in own garage, and started on the extensive work it is to reconstruct the steering column
. As shown by the attached photos are the work now well underway.

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So, spring is finally on its way to becoming the fall and we will soon be ready to resume work on Heinkel He 115 project

. We will continue where we left off to prepare for water washing of joints and other joints in the center section and the outer wing panels.

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Construction of roof over the trough

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. Torkel Tan Jorgensen began therefore fall 2013 on the great work of building a roof over concrete tub.

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. Torkel put the whole winter outside the hangar and adapted and welded large square tube. spring 2014 he had ready finished trusses to the large roof. 14. May the roof trusses lifted into place.

Torkel, well assisted by Anti, in efforts to secure the trusses 14. May 2014

Torkel continued working on the roof throughout the spring and summer and 2. July it was clear that he and Kjell Dahle could begin the work to lay in place plates and complete roof.


Lifting of the trusses 14. May 2014