Heeres-Einheitsschutzlüfter (HES) 1,2 and 2,4

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Re: Heeres-Einheitsschutzlüfter (HES) 1,2 and 2,4

Post by dirk Peeters » 08 Jun 2018 18:24

Found it
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Post by dirk Peeters » 08 Jun 2018 18:32

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the drawings come from this book
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Re: Heeres-Einheitsschutzlüfter (HES) 1,2 and 2,4

Post by Bo2 » 09 Jun 2018 13:22

Bonjour à vous

Merci Dirk and Jos.

Jos, you are right... French language is complex ;-)

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Post by dirk Peeters » 09 Jun 2018 14:02

Look in your mail bo2
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Re: Heeres-Einheitsschutzlüfter (HES) 1,2 and 2,4

Post by M19 MADMAL » 22 Jul 2018 11:55

Hi all,

Can someone help with a plan or measurements of the total height of the 2 filter drums and their end fixings as used on the 1.2 HES?

I am making some crates for them to go in restored bunkers but we only have the upper filters! :x

Or did each filter drum come in its own crate rather than a set??? :?

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Re: Heeres-Einheitsschutzlüfter (HES) 1,2 and 2,4

Post by jopaerya » 24 Jul 2018 08:02

Hello Malcolm

Looked in my documents but could not find anything on the height , but there
must be bunker-museums and collectors out there who has that data ??

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Re: Heeres-Einheitsschutzlüfter (HES) 1,2 and 2,4

Post by Eax-E » 24 Jul 2018 09:17

Hello,

According to drawings, the length of the bakelit part is 41 cm. I guess it is equal tu the filter one ??

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Post by moonraker » 24 Jul 2018 13:04

hello

the bakélite replace two filter.

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Re: Heeres-Einheitsschutzlüfter (HES) 1,2 and 2,4

Post by M19 MADMAL » 24 Jul 2018 17:52

moonraker wrote:
24 Jul 2018 13:04
hello

the bakélite replace two filter.

Me belfra-team
I have the Bakelite tube and never thought of that! :roll:

Thanks for the help :thumbsup:

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Re: Heeres-Einheitsschutzlüfter (HES) 1,2 and 2,4

Post by moonraker » 24 Jul 2018 20:50

hi malcolm

plaese see the exemple

http://le-pingouin-62.chez-alice.fr/r50 ... lation.htm

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Re: Heeres-Einheitsschutzlüfter (HES) 1,2 and 2,4

Post by der bunkermann » 02 Oct 2019 15:29

Hi,
From a friend received this picture of a HES with steel "zwischenstuck" in stead of the bakelite example.
It's hanging in the atlantikwallmuseum Hoek van Holland.

I wonder if this was done more often, or maybe it is a luftschutz model?

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Post by der bunkermann » 02 Oct 2019 17:00

I suspect its a solution because the bakelite tube is expensive to make, so maybe late war production? There are no markings on it. It is a 2.4 by the way..

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Post by RuPo » 04 Oct 2019 19:23

Not for Luftschutz. This is the earlier solution to 'safe' the cowl filters. Later the came with the 'three way' valve solution. I don't rember the exact date, but there is a paper with this info. Tim; Malcolm is searchign for crates, i thought you have some?
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Re: Heeres-Einheitsschutzlüfter (HES) 1,2 and 2,4

Post by der bunkermann » 05 Oct 2019 13:49

Thanks Ruud,
We have a 2.4 crate in the 608 of that's what you mean
?
My question was more about the steel version of the zwischenstuck.. i have only seen "kunstharz/bakelite" examples, except from the picture in the post above.

So i'm really curious of this was doen more common, or its just a one time solution of maybe even post war??

Gr, Tim

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