Gas tight doors

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Gas tight doors

Post by jopaerya » 10 Jul 2012 15:18

Hello

Here a example of ways that the doors in a bunker were made gasstight ,
the gassdoor with rubber and the armor doors with felt .

Drawings are post-war from the Nationaal Archief .

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Re: Gas tight doors

Post by JamesL » 10 Jul 2012 16:44

Very interesting details.

My only concern would be some forklift driver banging into the door buck when the door was open, bending the metal lip. It could leave a gap between the metal and the rubber.

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Re: Gas tight doors

Post by AvB » 10 Jul 2012 22:19

Nice detailed drawings. Also interesting to imagine they went into these mytical bunkers..

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Re: Gas tight doors

Post by moonraker » 12 Jul 2012 08:07

hello,
one draiwing systhème for door 434 P01 and others double doors.
two draiwing systhème for the door 19P7

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Re: Gas tight doors

Post by jopaerya » 13 Jul 2012 08:48

Hello Etienne

If the number on the drawing is correct 2613 the bunker is a M 162a/636 from M.K.B. Kernwerk Hoek van Holland .

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Re: Gas tight doors

Post by der bunkermann » 06 Dec 2019 21:26

Hi,
Can Anyone provide me with the inner measurements of the doorframe for the 19P7? In Holland we call it "dagmaat"
I measured 795X1685, but that was in a post war placed location were a 19P7 was placed.

Thanks in advance, Tim

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Re: Gas tight doors

Post by moonraker » 07 Dec 2019 20:55

hello,
I give you this tomorrow I have three 19 p7 in our bunker.
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Re: Gas tight doors

Post by der bunkermann » 08 Dec 2019 19:37

Thanks Etienne,
I received info from Jos,
800×1690.
So i was very close the frame might be a little off size because of the post war removing and replacing to another bunker :thumbsup:

Gr, Tim

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Re: Gas tight doors

Post by moonraker » 11 Dec 2019 13:14

hello,
Ah darn tim,I forgot to take its dimensions,I'm going Saturday and Saturday night,you measurements in millimeters.
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Re: Gas tight doors

Post by moonraker » 17 Dec 2019 21:46

hello tim,
here the dimension for 19p7
1770 mn x 880 m

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Re: Gas tight doors

Post by der bunkermann » 21 Dec 2019 22:07

Muchas gracias!

That's 40 MM on all sites bigger than the smallest size of the doorframe, where the rubber gasket is :thumbsup:

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