Process check on protective treatment to D..D 902A

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Process check on protective treatment to D..D 902A

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Covers cleaning, drying, components and markings and remarks.

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1943-03-23

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One page typewritten document

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IBCC Digital Archive

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SNolanJF150621v10024

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[Underlined] PROCESS CHECK ON PROTECTIVE TREATMENTS TO D.T.D. 902A. 23/3/43.
“B” AND “BE” SHOPS. [/underlined]

[Underlined] Cleaning. [/underlined]
Is satisfactorily carried out on all details, assemblies and components, with turps. substitute.

[Underlined] Drying. [/underlined]
Racks are provided for the smaller parts and all are well spaced for drying.

[Underlined] Components and Markings. [/underlined]
Are all satisfactorily carried out to approved drawings. A certain number of Hampden Centre Sections, which are to be finished white on the underside do not now receive the final coat before despatch, but are sent in Primer only. Aileron structures are stripped and given a coat of dope resisting paint to B.S. Specification 3 X 4 before fabric covering.

[Underlined] Remarks. [/underlined]
There appears to be a big contrast between different drums of the Black P.O.V. to D.T.D.314. Certain drums ofthis [sic] paint, which should have a matt finish, are drying quite glossy. Enquiries are being made to ascertain why this is so. A number of batch numbers were satisfactorily traced back to their respective release notes.

A good standard of workmanship is being maintained generally, and parts examined were found to have a good even finish and to be free from flaking.

Process as viewed is considered satisfactory.

J. F. Nolan

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J F Nolan, “Process check on protective treatment to D..D 902A,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed June 27, 2022, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/28998.

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