Panzerdoor

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Post by jopaerya » 26 Nov 2007 18:32

Hello Morten

My Norwegian is little rusty :lol: , but I could understand that door was in the 622 .

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Post by AvB » 26 Nov 2007 20:26

In Denmark I've seen this before.
If that's of any help Jos.. ;)

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Post by M.S.Jensen » 26 Nov 2007 21:14

The new pictures he shows in the thread from kystfort.com? What type are they then.. don't think they are T21.. are they?
On bunkersite.com I found a door that could be the same but it is under unindentified. see this link: http://bunkersite.com/panzer/notype.html the last picture..

Some of those doors on the same page, couldn't they be identified as some T? type door?

And this one: http://bunkersite.com/panzer/zf-stahltur.html

And this one i don't know about but I have seen one in the V196 in Silkeborg Denmark: http://bunkersite.com/panzer/118.html

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Post by AvB » 26 Nov 2007 21:29

The zweiflügelige doors are T10 I think.
All the drawings I got from T doors do not have Schartes.

The door in the 118 we've found in other 118s and a Hohlgang in Norway..

I think the door in the 622 is a T13. They're the most widespread T doors in Kriegsmarine bunkers.
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Post by 20P7 » 26 Nov 2007 21:31

Hello Morten,

the door shown in this link:

http://bunkersite.com/panzer/118.html

is a regulary part of the german army Panzeratlas. It is a gasproof sheetmetaldoor 841P6 / 842P6 (the difference between the two different numbers is only the left handed or the right handed version). Its measurements are 1,1 m x 1,7 m.

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Post by M.S.Jensen » 26 Nov 2007 22:10

Hi

AvB: are you sure about the doors in the 622 is T13? I thougt that that type was 1,1m wide.. The one I started this thread with?
I think you are right about the T10. But a bit odd with the "missing" Schartes.

Daniel: Thanks for clearing that up for me.. :)

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Post by jopaerya » 01 Feb 2008 21:17

Hello All

This is not a door , but what is it ? , The personel are from the Marine Artilerry .

Photo = Ebay.de

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Re: Panzerdoor

Post by jopaerya » 24 Mar 2008 13:28

Hello

Here some pictures of the heavy version of the Gittertur 491P2 .

Photo = Dirk Peeters

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Re: Panzerdoor

Post by Barovic » 08 Jun 2008 12:00

Some pictures from e-bay.de showing the same door.
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Re: Panzerdoor

Post by der bunkermann » 10 Aug 2008 09:28

hi guys, can anyone help me with a technical drawing of the Gittertur 491P2 ??
we've opened the 608 of WN 318 in stp. gruppe scheveningen, and to seal the bunker,
i want to put the gittertur in the front entrance back in place, (a self made one), so the bunker can breath some fresh air :D

thanks in advance, gr. tim

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Re: Panzerdoor

Post by jopaerya » 20 Mar 2009 21:58

Hello

In Norway I have seen a few photo's from a strange form of a door , does anyone
know if this was only used in a part of Norway or only in entrance works ???

Photo's = Yngvar and Tormod

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Post by stril » 23 Mar 2009 09:45

does anyone know if this was only used in a part of Norway or only in entrance works ???
I have seen two with such "funny" entrance in Bergen. They are similar, and at the same place. Shape inside/roof like a 1a. No emergency exit, entrance a bit different, and both had periscope.
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Re: Panzerdoor

Post by jopaerya » 24 Mar 2009 08:20

HI Stril

I know that Tormod is living in the south of Norway , so it's not a local design .
Did does typical entrances also had a panzer door or wooden door ??

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Post by stril » 26 Mar 2009 12:04

Did does typical entrances also had a panzer door or wooden door ??
I cant recall what it was. I have to go back at the site and have a look.
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Re: Panzerdoor

Post by jopaerya » 30 Mar 2009 18:17

Here a big armor door with a naval officer , photo from Ebay.usa

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