Hi Strum 78,
excuse me, plwase, for my late answer, but it was not so easy for me to translate the text. Here it is:
S-bridge (heavy ship bridge)
Technical data: load bearing capacity: two lanes: 36ton tanks - narrow-gage field railway and normal railway (42 tons locomotive + one empty wagon + loaded wagon with 32 tons, on the contrary lane light traffic (400 kg - cm2); when going in the middle single vehicles up to 60 tons in one lane; heavy loads until to tanks (60/63 tons) only in the middle of the bridge.
Distance / span between supports: on the bank 20,7 m; on swimming supports: length of the ferries 24 m; width of the roadway: 5,55 m with two lanes, 3,70 m with one lane.
Supports: bank trestles and 10-piece pontoons, end partspartly with engines (each with 2 Ford V 8 truck engines).
Transport: on railway wagons,to the place of the bridhe trestles on trailers for long wood, pontoons on normal trailers.
Need of steel for one unit: 1300 tons
Capacity of one unit: two lanes 272 m bridge ( 8 ferries + four bank bridges); one lane 322 m (10 ferries + 4 bank bridges).
Building performance: one unit - one engineer batallion 1 to 1 1/2 days
Weight of the heaviest part: end part of the pontoon 3130 kg, motorised end part 5200 kg.
Fitting the bridge: motorised crane, floating the bridge sections by motor boat.
State of development: equipment in use by the troops; available for employment; separate parts in further development, not yet completed.
State of procurement: 3 units model II in use by the troops; 7 units model III in procurement, 2 delivered, 3 end of 1942, rest November 1943.
I hope You can understand what I have writte. If not, please tell me. Here two pics of trailer models of this bridge. I´m sorry, I don´t have a pic of these trailers.
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