Panzerdoor

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Re: Panzerdoor

Post by jopaerya » 22 Jun 2009 15:56

Hello All

I am looking for picture's of Flugelturen amoured doors with a wheels to close the locks .
All doors of this type that I found are from the 800 row like this one the 877P7

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Re: Panzerdoor

Post by jopaerya » 22 Jun 2009 16:23

Maybe this one http://atlantikwall.superforum.fr/breta ... -t6057.htm in the 621 ??

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Re: Panzerdoor

Post by AvB » 24 Jun 2009 14:02

See one page back for the 1.1m wide version. You have a typenumber for it?

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Re: Panzerdoor

Post by jopaerya » 24 Jun 2009 16:35

Hello Arthur

Long time no hear , hard studying ?? For the 1.10 door 841P6 right- and the 842P6 for the leftdoor .
Can you help me with some picture's of these doors , I could not find them on Bunkersite.com .

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Re: Panzerdoor

Post by AvB » 29 Jun 2009 14:06

You're right, I have a bunch of them from Norway.
Will send them.

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Re: Panzerdoor

Post by TUS » 08 Dec 2009 22:15

Can anyone help me with the weight of the 882P7 Armoured door + frame?
Thanks in advance

Brgds Tønnes

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Re: Panzerdoor

Post by jopaerya » 09 Dec 2009 20:28

Hello Tønnes

I don't have the 100% precise awnser , but as you know the 882P7 had no F.Pz.Nr. and was made of
two 432P01 placed above each other and to fit they were cut in a straight line in the middle .
I know the 432P01 was frame 210 kg. and the door 310 kg. together 520 kg so two doors would be
1040 kg. would the 882P07 be , but there was a tiny part of both door and the frame was cut off so
no 100% awnser but it's all I have .

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Re: Panzerdoor

Post by TUS » 10 Dec 2009 21:18

Thanks for sharing your thoughts Jos. I have made some simple calculations based on the dimensions of 2x432P01 (2x110cm) vs. the 882P7 (170cm) and their respective weights, and came up with the following numbers:

Frame + anchor 325kg
Door 480kg

That’s a total of 805kg + the Eingangsüberdeckung 62P9 (where applied). But your know me, I still prefer the hard evidence :D

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Re: Panzerdoor

Post by Valtoro » 11 Dec 2009 00:49

Hi Jos,

Saw your posting first now :oops: I have seen this bunkertype in the counties of Telemark (places as Brevik, Bamble) Vestfold (Sandefjord, Larvik) and Ostfold (Fredrikstad, Halden) According to one damage report made by a local groundowner, construction of one bunker of this type was began on fall 1942 and finished in october 1943.

Here is a bad drawing of one MG-bunker with casket-shape door. Blue is scharten, green is emergency exit.

jopaerya wrote: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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Re: Panzerdoor

Post by jopaerya » 11 Dec 2009 19:12

Thanks Tormod

Maybe a design of a Festungpionier abteilung in Southern Norway .

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Re: Panzerdoor

Post by jopaerya » 12 Nov 2010 22:28

Here a update on the T doors

T 2 Fl 250 ( 2 x )
T 8 M 152 ( entrance gaslock )
T 10 Aussentur 120-180-10
T 13 Aussentur 110-180-? info Morten and Arthur
T 14 Innentur 100-180-2.15?
T 15 Aussentur 80-180-6.5
T 17 Innentur M 272 munitionrooms
T 18 ????
T 21 Innentur 80-180-2.15?
T 24 M 162a ( right door passage to Peilstand )

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Re: Panzerdoor

Post by TH » 27 Dec 2010 19:46

Do we know the types of these doors (see pictures below)?
My theory is that they are Gasschutztüren of the Kriegmarine, because they have the same handles as other T doors.
normal door.jpg
wide door.jpg
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Re: Panzerdoor

Post by Projekt-Westwall » 28 Dec 2010 10:28

Hi Guys,

these doors look like Luftschutz- doors- are there any stamps or badges left?

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Re: Panzerdoor

Post by AvB » 28 Dec 2010 13:01

I also think they're T-doors. For sure Kriegsmarine, you find them in big Naval bunkers like the S series or Marine Flak bunkers like the Fl 241, Fl 250 etc.

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