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NAVSHIPS 316-0042
INSTRUCTION BOOK
FOR
QUICK-ACTING
DOORS
-
TYPES
SLIDING DOG
(Lever Type)
ROTATING DOG
(Lever Type and Rack and Pinion Type)
HEINTZ MFG. CO.
Front Street and Olney Ave., Philadelphia, Penna.
BUREAU OF SHIPS - NAVY DEPARTMENT - WASHINGTON, D. C.

NAVSHIPS 316-0042


INSTRUCTION BOOK
FOR
QUICK-ACTING
DOORS

TYPES
SLIDING DOG
(Lever Type)

ROTATING DOG
(Lever Type and Rack and Pinion Type)

HEINTZ MFG. CO.
Front Street & Olney Ave., Philadelphia, Penna.


BUREAU OF SHIPS • NAVY DEPARTMENT • WASHINGTON, D. C.


INTRODUCTION


This instruction book presents all information necessary for installation of Sliding Dog Lever Type, Rotating Dog Lever Type and Rotating Dog Rack and Pinion Type doors and their maintenance by shore activities and forces afloat. Through its use these doors can be kept in smooth, easy and efficient operating condition.

SHIP PROGRAM
SHIPS USING HEINTZ QUICK ACTING WATERTIGHT DOORS

 

Class ShipShip Number
AD4-5, 14-15, 17-19.
AE18-19.
AG73-74, 76-78, 88-89.
AGC7-17.
AGP8-9.
AH6-8.
AM62-65, 100-103.
AN1-4.
AOG17-18, 21-22.
AP74.
APA110-116.
APL17-22.
AR5-7, 19.
ARH1.
AS12, 15-19, 23-26.
ASR7-11, 13-18.
Class ShipShip Number
AV7, 11-17.
AVP23-41, 48-55.
BAM1-8.
BB56-66.
CA68-75, 122-133, 135-138.
CB1-3.
CL42-49, 51-58, 60, 62-67, 80-83, 86-87, 89-98, 101-118, 144-147.
CM5-7.
CR96-99, 121, 184.
CV7-47.
CVB41-43.
CVL48-49.
DD421-424, 598-617.
LST1153-1155.
YFD68.

CONTENTS


SectionTitlePage
1Description of the Heintz Quick Acting Watertight Doors1
2Installation of Door9
3Inspection, Maintenance and Repairs10
4Wedge Replacement11
5Hinge Pin Replacement11
6Rubber Gasket Replacement12
7Packing Replacement12
8Rubber Gasket Compression Adjustment13
9Bushing Replacement13
10Hand Lever Shaft Replacement14
11Toggle Arm Replacement18
12Toggle Arm Spring Replacement20
13Toggle Arm Roller Replacement21
14Dog Replacement22
15Dog Operating Crank Replacement24
16Dog Operating Crank Cap Replacement25
17Dog Bracket Replacement26
18Dog Roller Replacement26
19Center Mechanism Connecting LINK Replacement27
20Link Replacement29
21Rack Replacement30
22Interlock Latch Replacement32
23Interlock Trigger Replacement33
24Interlock Pawl Replacement34
25Pinion Replacement35
26Spare Parts37
27Spare Parts List37
28Abbreviations49

1

SECTION 1
DESCRIPTION of the HEINTZ QUICK-ACTING
WATERTIGHT DOORS


THERE ARE THREE TYPES OF HEINTZ QUICK ACTING DOORS

(1) Sliding Dog Lever Type Door, Fig. 1, page 1, and Fig. 2, page 2.(2) Rotating Dog Lever Type Door, Fig. 1, page 1, and Fig. 4, page 4.

(3) Rotating Dog Rack and Pinion Type Door, Fig. 6, page 6, and Fig. 8, page 8.

All of the doors operate quickly, easily and efficiently when correctly installed and adjusted, and when in dogged position make compartments tight.All illustrations of replacement operations refer to the 26″ x 66″ Doors. The doors are made in various sizes and combinations of dogs, depending upon pressure requirements and bulkhead door openings.

Fig. 1-Outside view of Sliding Dog and
Rotating Dog Lever Type Doors.
Fig. 1-Outside view of Sliding Dog and Rotating Dog Lever Type Doors.


2

SLIDING DOG LEVER TYPE DOORThis door is dogged or undogged by a 3/4 turn ofthe hand lever, with minimum power requirement. The dogs are fully extended over the wedge before the final action forces the dogs down on the wedge.

Fig. 2-Inside view, Sliding Dog Lever Type Door.
Fig. 2-Inside view, Sliding Dog Lever Type Door.

HERE IS THE COMPLETE DOGGING OPERATION (Fig. 2, page 2):(1) Closing the door against bulkhead frame,

(a) trips the interlock,
(b) releasing the operating mechanism.

(2) Turning the hand lever 3/4 turn,

(a) rotates the toggle arm,
(b) actuating the connecting rod, this
(c) rotates the dog crank which
(d) extends the dogs out over the wedge,
(e) lifting the inner end of dog bar by the cam on the dog crank,
(f) forcing the outer end of dog down on wedge,
(g) forcing knife edge into rubber gasket.
(h) The hand lever is held in final position by the toggle arm spring.

3

Fig. 3-inside view, Sliding Dog Lever Type Door,
showing shell with main assemblies pulled out.
Fig. 3-inside view, Sliding Dog Lever Type Door, showing shell with main assemblies pulled out.


4

ROTATING DOG LEVER TYPE DOOROn this type of door the ease of operation is obtainedthrough the toggle arrangement of the center mechanism and the use of roller type dogs.

Fig. 4-Inside view, Rotating Dog
Lever Type Door.
Fig. 4-Inside view, Rotating Dog Lever Type Door.

HERE IS THE COMPLETE DOGGING OPERATION (Fig. 4, page 4):(1) Closing the door against bulkhead frame,

(a) trips the interlock,
(b) releasing the operating mechanism.

(2) Turning the hand lever 3/4 turn,

(a) rotates the toggle arm,
(b) actuating the linkage system,
(c) pulling the dogs around on their pivots;
(d) the dog rollers roll up on the wedges,
(e) forcing knife edge into rubber gasket.
(f) The toggle arm spring acts as a limit stop that holds the hand lever in final position.

5

Fig. 5-Inside view, Rotating Dog Lever Type Door,
showing shell with main assemblies pulled out.
Fig. 5-Inside view, Rotating Dog Lever Type Door, showing shell with main assemblies pulled out.


6

ROTATING DOG RACK AND PINION TYPE DOOROn this type of door the ease of operation is obtainedthrough the use of a rack and pinion mechanism and roller type dogs. Approximately two turns of the hand-wheel completes operation.

Fig. 6-Inside view, Rotating Dog Rack
and Pinion Type Door.
Fig. 6-Inside view, Rotating Dog Rack and Pinion Type Door.

HERE IS THE COMPLETE DOGGING OPERATION (Fig. 6, page 6):(1) Closing the door against bulkhead frame,

(a) trips the interlock trigger,
(b) lifting the pawl from the teeth of the pinion, unlocking the mechanism.
(2) Turning either handwheel

(a) rotates the pinion,
(b) moving the rack down,
(c) actuating the linkage system,
(d) pulling the dogs around on their pivots;
(e) the dog rollers roll up on the wedges,
(f) forcing knife edge into rubber gasket.

7

Fig. 7-Inside view, Rotating Dog Rack and Pinion Type Door,
showing shell with main assemblies pulled out.
Fig. 7-Inside view, Rotating Dog Rack and Pinion Type Door, showing shell with main assemblies pulled out.


8

The test pressures for the doors range from 5 to 25 pounds per square inch. The pressure factor of the doors depends upon the type and number of dogs andtheir location; the size of the door; the size, number and spacing of the structural ribs of the door panel, and the number of reinforcements in the door frame.

Fig. 8-Outside view of Rotating Dog Rack and Pinion Type Door.
Fig. 8-Outside view of Rotating Dog Rack and Pinion Type Door.

STANDARD SIZES
All Types Heintz Quick Acting Doors

Size of DoorNo. of Dogs
18″ x 36″6
26″ x 45″6
26″ x 45″8
26″ x 48″6
26″ x 54″6
26″ x 54″8
26″ x 66″6
26″ x 66″8
26″ x 66″10
Size of DoorNo. of Dogs
30″ x 54″6
30″ x 54″6
30″ x 60″8
30″ x 66″8
30″ x 66″10
36″ x 57″8
36″ x 66″8
42″ x 57″10

9

SECTION 2
INSTALLATION OF DOOR


The door is fabricated to a prescribed degree of accuracy and must be installed with careful attention to prescribed procedure.A TYPICAL INSTALLATION IS AS FOLLOWS (Fig. 9):

(1) Straighten the bulkhead around the edges of the door opening.

(2) Check with a straight edge across and along the edges of the bulkhead opening, to the exclusion of a 3/32″ feeler.

(3) Clamp door frame in place, center frame, square up to vertical knife edge and level up to horizontal knife edge.

(4) Using arc weld, tack door frame in place following proper tacking procedure. During tacking, check dimensions between knife edges.

(5) Permanently arc weld door frame in place following proper welding procedure. During welding, check knife edges for distortion.

(6) With a straight edge, check knife edges to the exclusion of a 1/16″ feeler. If necessary to straighten, use soft mallet.

(7) Lift door onto hinges, see Figs. 11 and 12, page 11.

(8) Chalk-test knife edge contact on rubber gasket.(9) Adjust rubber gasket compression, see Figs. 15 and 16, page 13.

WELDING ELECTRODE NOTE

For welding corrosion-resisting steel frame to any bulkhead, use only 25-20 welding electrode, Grade IV-DC BUSHIPS Ad Interim Specification 46E4 (INT) of 15 April 1944 and amendment 2 of 15 August 1944 or later issue. For medium carbon steel frame, use medium steel welding electrode BUSHIPS Ad Interim Specification 46E3 (INT) of 1 November 1945 or later issue. All welding shall be in accordance with the applicable requirements of General Specifications, Appendix 5, Parts I and II.

INSTALLATION NOTE

When installing the Sliding Dog Lever Type Door, the bulkhead must be braced from bulkhead stiffeners to door frame along the vertical sides. This is done so that the deformation of the bulkhead will not produce a change in the size of the door opening sufficient to permit the dogs to slide off the wedges when subjected to heavy loads.

Door frame in place ready for tacking and welding.
Door frame in place ready for tacking and welding.


10

SECTION 3
INSPECTION, MAINTENANCE and REPAIRS
Periodic inspection and maintenance will keep the Quick Acting Doors watertight and insure smooth, easy operation. Each door should be inspected weekly,and necessary maintenance should be completed without delay. A weekly routine of inspection, maintenance and repairs, carried out systematically is desirable.
Inspection Bulkhead Doors
All the materials for routine maintenance will be found in ships stores: carbon-tetrachloride or kerosene and paint thinner for removing grease, excess paint and other foreign matter, steel wool, 00 emery cloth and some clean wiping rags.HERE IS AN EXAMPLE OF GOOD ROUTINE INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE:

(1) Wipe off all dirt, grease and foreign matter with a wiping cloth dampened with carbon-tetrachloride or kerosene.

(2) Scrape rust off all parts of the door.

(3) Clean contact surface of dog and dog wedge with steel wool and wipe both surfaces with an oily cloth, leaving a thin film of oil.

(4) Clean rust and paint off knife edge contact surface with 00 emery cloth.(5) Remove all paint and rust from rubber gasket. It should be clean and pliable.

(6) Examine all moving parts for excess wear or damage. If necessary, REPLACE NOW.

(7) Operate door and check for smooth and positive dogging action.

(8) Check compression between knife edge and rubber gasket. If adjustment is necessary, see Figs. 15 and 16, page 13.

(9) Lubricate teeth of rack, pinion on Rack and Pinion Type Door, using rust-inhibitive grease. 1


11

SECTION 4
WEDGES REPLACEMENT


The wedges on all doors are the inclined surfaces, or points, where the dogs exert the pressure that forces the knife edge into the rubber gasket forming the watertight seal.

Fig. 10-Wedge ready for welding,
Rotating Dog Type Door.
Fig. 10-Wedge ready for welding, Rotating Dog Type Door.

HOW TO REPLACE WEDGES ON ALL TYPES OF HEINTZ DOORS 

First-Chip old wedge from door frame.

Second-Chip clean all old weld metal from wedge seat on frame.

Third-Hold wedge in place with “C” clamp, see Fig. 10.

Fourth-Using arc weld, tack wedge in place. Dog door and check for proper wedge position.

Fifth-Permanently weld wedge in place.

Sixth-Check rubber compression all around door, see Figs. 15 and 16, page 13.

NOTE: In tacking and welding, follow proper procedure (see welding note, page 9).

SECTION 5
HINGE PIN REPLACEMENT


THERE ARE TWO TYPES OF HINGES ON THE HEINTZ DOORS:

1.-The conventional type with the elongated hole in the hinge blade.2.-The Non-Sag Hinge which is designed to minimize sagging and misalignment of the door and to reduce frictional wear on the hinge pin.

HOW TO REPLACE HINGE PIN:

To Dis-assemble:

Dog Door lightly.

(1) File off peen of pin and remove hinge pin collar.

(2) Remove hinge pin.

(3) Slide washer from between hinge pad and hinge blade and inspect for scoring or excessive wear.

Fig. 11-Hinge, assembly and exploded views,
conventional type hinge.
Fig. 11-Hinge, assembly and exploded views, conventional type hinge.

To Re-assemble:(3) Replace washer between lower hinge pad and hinge blade.

(2) Line up hinge pin holes and insert hinge pin.

(1) Set new collar in place and peen over hinge pin.

Test for free swing of door.

Fig. 12-Hinge, assembly and exploded views,
Non-Sag Type Hinge.
Fig. 12-Hinge, assembly and exploded views, Non-Sag Type Hinge.

 


12

SECTION 6
RUBBER GASKET REPLACEMENT


The rubber gasket makes the door watertight where the door gasket meets the door frame knife edge.The outer gasket retaining edge is part of the door panel, minimizing the danger of water leakage at this point. The inner gasket retaining edge is a bulb angle of one section which acts as a stiffener around the door, thus minimizing bulge or distortion of the door panel under water pressure.

The rubber gasket and method of replacement are the same for all Heintz Doors covered in this manual.

NOTE: When replacing rubber gasket, remember these Hints:

 

(1) Gasket joint should be at center top of door.(2) Wet gasket with water and it will slide in place easily.

(3) Do not stretch rubber gasket when inserting in seat.

(4) Cut one inch too long, pull out part way, reinsert from cut end, forcing excess inch in place.

HOW TO REPLACE RUBBER GASKET, ALL HEINTZ QUICK ACTING DOORS (Fig. 13):First-Insert screw driver at joint and pry out enough for hand-hold, pull out rest of gasket by hand.

Second-Clean out all foreign matter around gasket seat.

Third-Insert new gasket, use soft hammer and wooden wedge (see NOTE above).

Fourth-Check to be sure gasket is properly seated in retainers all around door.

Fig. 13-Rubber gasket replacement,
all Heintz Quick Acting Doors.
Fig. 13-Rubber gasket replacement, all Heintz Quick Acting Doors.

SECTION 7
PACKING REPLACEMENT


Fig. 14-Installing Packing.
Fig. 14-Installing Packing.

The packing is the medium for making the door watertight at the point where the outside handwheel or hand lever shaft pierces the door.INSTALLING PACKING, ALL HEINTZ QUICK ACTING DOORS (Fig. 14):

From Outer Side of Door:

First-Remove packing plunger from outside operating lever (handwheel) shaft.

Second-Insert stick of packing. If stick packing is not available, roll bulk packing into a string form and pack into hole of shaft (use N.D. Spec. 33P29 Symbol 1425).

Third-Replace packing plunger and screw flush to shaft surface.


13

SECTION 8
RUBBER GASKET COMPRESSION ADJUSTMENT


The compression between the knife edge and rubber gasket may be varied by the compression adjustment on each dog on all Heintz Doors.To determine proper preliminary adjustment, hold a piece of paper under dog, between knife edge and gasket, close door and hold in closed position by hand. Do not dog door. Adjust compression so that paper maybe pulled from between gasket and knife edge with a maximum drag. After preliminary adjustment has been completed for each dog, fully dog door and adjust each dog for a 1/8″ depression of the knife edge onto the rubber gasket. The 1/8″ depression may be determined by measuring a 1/8″ pull-in of the door to the frame. Use a depth gauge or combination square and straight edge to measure from outside door panel to frame.
HOW TO ADJUST RUBBER GASKET COMPRESSION, ROTATING DOG TYPE DOORS (Fig. 16):First-Back lock screw out part way, using Allen wrench.

Second-Turn dog spindle nut clockwise for more compression, counter-clockwise for less compression.

Third-Determine proper compression adjustment (see above).

Fourth-Tighten lock screw to lock compression adjustment.

Fig. 15-Rubber gasket compression adjustment,
Sliding Dog Lever Type Door.
Fig. 15-Rubber gasket compression adjustment, Sliding Dog Lever Type Door.

HOW TO ADJUST RUBBER GASKET COMPRESSION, SLIDING DOG LEVER TYPE DOOR (Fig. 15):First-Back lock screw out part way, using Allen wrench.

Second-Turn set screw, with Allen wrench, clockwise for more compression, counter-clockwise for less compression.

Third-Determine proper compression adjustment (see above).

Fourth-Tighten lock screw to lock compression adjustment.

Fig. 16-Rubber gasket compression adjustment,
Rotating Dog Type Doors.
Fig. 16-Rubber gasket compression adjustment, Rotating Dog Type Doors.

SECTION 9
BUSHING REPLACEMENT


The bushings on all doors are made of oil-impregnated metal and are self-lubricating; they act as bearings for the moving parts.During the replacement of any part the inspection of the bushings is regular procedure. Any sign of failure indicates the necessity of replacement.

Inspect bushing for cracks, breaks, wear or loose fit.

Remove bad bushing by driving out, using soft hammer and a piece of bar stock.To Replace Bushing:

Insert proper bushing; see spare parts list.

Drive bushing home, using soft hammer and bushing set.


14

SECTION 10
HAND LEVER SHAFT REPLACEMENT


The hand lever shaft on the Lever Type Door is a rugged part and ordinarily needs little or no attention. However, it may be damaged during shifting of cargo or equipment, which will necessitate its replacement.

HOW TO REPLACE HAND LEVER SHAFT, SLIDING DOG LEVER TYPE DOOR (Fig. 17):

To Dis-assemble:

From outer side of door:

(1) Remove packing plunger.
(2) Remove outside hand lever nut.
(3) Slide off outside hand lever wheel.
(4) Remove bushing, inspect and renew if necessary.

From inner side of door:

(5) Remove inside hand lever nut.
(6) Slide off inside hand lever wheel.
(7) Remove lock pin from toggle arm pin.
(8) Remove toggle arm pin.
(9) Pull toggle arm over.
(10) Replace new hand lever shaft.
(11) Remove bushing, inspect and renew if necessary.
(12) Inspect two toggle arm bushings-renew if necessary.

 

To Re-assemble:

From inner side of door:

(11) Replace bushing.
(10) Replace new hand lever shaft.
(9) Slide toggle arm in place.
(8) Replace toggle arm pin, line up lock pin holes.
(7) Replace lock pin in toggle arm pin.
(6) Replace inside hand lever wheel.
(5) Replace inside hand lever nut and pull tight.

From outer side of door:

(4) Replace bushing.
(3) Replace outside hand lever wheel.
(2) Replace outside hand lever nut, pull tight.

Insert new packing, see page 12.

(1) Replace packing plunger.

Test for smooth operation. 


15

Fig. 17-Replacing hand lever shaft,
Sliding Dog Lever Type Door.
Fig. 17-Replacing hand lever shaft, Sliding Dog Lever Type Door.

16

HOW TO REPLACE HAND LEVER SHAFT, ROTATING DOG LEVER TYPE DOOR (Fig. 18):To Disassemble:

From outer side of door:

(1) Remove packing plunger.
(2) Remove outside hand lever nut.
(3) Slide off outside hand lever wheel.
(4) Remove bushing, inspect and renew if necessary.

 

From inner side of door:

(5) Remove inside hand lever nut.
(6) Slide off inside hand lever wheel.
(7) Remove lock pin from toggle arm pin.
(8) Remove toggle arm pin.
(9) Pull toggle arm over.
(10) Remove hand lever shaft.
(11) Remove bushing, inspect and renew if necessary.
(12) Inspect two toggle arm bushings, renew if necessary.

 

To Re-assemble:

From inner side of door:

(11) Replace bushing.
(10) Replace new hand lever shaft.
(9) Slide toggle arm in place.
(8) Replace toggle arm pin, line up lock pin holes.
(7) Replace lock pin in toggle arm pin.
(6) Replace inside hand lever wheel.
(5) Replace inside hand lever nut.

 

From outer side of door:

(4) Replace bushing.
(3) Replace outside hand lever wheel.
(2) Replace outside hand lever nut.

 

Insert new packing, see page 12.

(1) Replace packing plunger.

 

Test for smooth operation.


17

Fig. 18-Replacing hand lever shaft,
Rotating Dog Lever Type Door.
Fig. 18-Replacing hand lever shaft, Rotating Dog Lever Type Door.

18

SECTION 11
TOGGLE ARM REPLACEMENT


The toggle arm is the link that rotates when the hand lever is turned. It moves the connecting rod up and down, actuating the dogs.

HOW TO REPLACE TOGGLE ARM, SLIDING DOG LEVER TYPE DOOR (Fig. 19):To Disassemble:

(1) Remove hand lever nut.
(2) Slide off hand lever wheel.
(3) Force down lap of lock washer.
(4) Remove spring stud. Remove the following:
(5) lock washer,
(6) spring back plate,
(7) third spring leaf,
(8) second spring leaf, and
(9) main spring leaf.
(10) Remove cotter pin behind operating link.
(11) Remove washer behind operating link.
(12) Remove lock pin from toggle arm pin.
(13) Remove toggle arm pin.
(14) Remove toggle arm and bushing as a unit.
(15) Check bushings, renew if necessary.
(16) Inspect bushing in operating link, renew if necessary.

 

To Re-assemble:

(15) Insert bushing in new toggle arm.
(14) Hold new toggle arm and bushing unit in place.
(13) Replace toggle arm pin, lining up lock pin holes.
(12) Replace lock pin in toggle arm pin.
(11) Connect toggle arm to operating link and replace washer behind operating link.
(10) Replace cotter pin behind operating link.

Hold in place the following:

(9) main spring leaf,
(8) second spring leaf,
(7) third spring leaf,
(6) spring back plate, and
(5) lock washer.
(4) Replace spring stud and pull tight.
(3) Force lap of lock washer on spring stud.
(2) Replace hand lever wheel.
(1) Replace hand lever nut and pull tight.

 

Test for smooth operation.

Fig. 19-Toggle arm, assembly and exploded views,
Sliding Dog Lever Type Door.
Fig. 19-Toggle arm, assembly and exploded views, Sliding Dog Lever Type Door.


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Fig. 20-Replacing toggle arm,
Sliding Dog Lever Type Door.
Fig. 20-Replacing toggle arm, Sliding Dog Lever Type Door.
HOW TO REPLACE TOGGLE ARM, ROTATING DOG LEVER TYPE DOOR (Fig. 20):To Dis-assemble:

(1) Remove hand lever nut.
(2) Slide off hand lever wheel.
(3) Remove lock pin from roller pin.
(4) Remove roller and roller pin as a unit.
(5) Remove cotter pin from toggle arm clevis pin.
(6) Remove toggle arm clevis pin.
(7) Remove lock pin from toggle arm pin.
(8) Remove toggle arm pin.
(9) Remove toggle arm.
(10) Check bushing, renew if necessary.

 

To Re-assemble:

(10) Replace bushing in new toggle arm.
(9) Hold new toggle arm in place.
(8) Replace toggle arm pin, line up lock pin holes.
(7) Replace lock pin in toggle arm pin.
(6) Hold toggle arm in position and replace toggle arm clevis pin.
(5) Replace cotter pin in clevis pin.
(4) Replace roller and roller pin unit, line up lock pin holes.
(3) Replace lock pin in roller pin.
(2) Replace hand lever wheel.
(1) Replace hand lever nut.

Test for smooth operation.


20

SECTION 12
TOGGLE ARM SPRING REPLACEMENT


TOGGLE ARM SPRING, SLIDING DOG AND ROTATING DOG LEVER TYPE DOORS (Fig. 00)The toggle arm spring, on both lever type doors, acts as a cushion stop and holds the hand lever in extreme position.

Fig. 21-Toggle arm spring, assembly and exploded views,
Sliding Dog Lever Type Door.
Fig. 21-Toggle arm spring, assembly and exploded views, Sliding Dog Lever Type Door.

HOW TO REPLACE TOGGLE ARM SPRING, SLIDING DOG LEVER TYPE DOOR (Fig. 21):To Dis-assemble:

(1) Force down lap of lock washer.
(2) Remove stud from spring assembly.

 

Lift off following:

(3) lock washer,
(4) back plate,
(5) third spring leaf,
(6) second spring leaf, and
(7) main spring leaf.

 

To Re-assemble:

Hold following in place:

(7) new main spring leaf,
(6) second spring leaf,
(5) third spring leaf,
(4) back plate, and
(3) lock washer.
(2) Replace stud in spring assembly.
(1) Bend lap of lock washer up on side of stud head.

 

Test for stop and holding action.

HOW TO REPLACE TOGGLE ARM SPRING, ROTATING DOG LEVER TYPE DOOR (Fig. 22):To Dis-assemble:

(1) Remove two machine screws from spring assembly.

Remove the following:

(2) tapping plate,
(3) main spring leaf (spring),
(4) second spring leaf (backing plate), and
(5) third spring leaf (backing plate).

 

To Re-assemble:

Hold in place the following:

(5) third spring leaf (backing plate),
(4) second spring leaf (backing plate),
(3) main spring leaf (spring), and
(2) tapping plate.
(1) Replace two machine screws in spring assembly and set up tight.

 

Test for stop and holding action.

Fig. 22-Toggle arm spring, assembly and exploded views,
Rotating Dog Lever Type Door.
Fig. 22-Toggle arm spring, assembly and exploded views, Rotating Dog Lever Type Door.


21

SECTION 13
TOGGLE ARM ROLLER REPLACEMENT


The toggle arm roller on the Rotating Dog Lever Type Door acts as a booster to aid the operating mechanism get over the hump of the operation in dogging the door.HOW TO REPLACE TOGGLE ARM ROLLER. ROTATING DOG LEVER TYPE DOOR (Fig. 23):

To Disassemble:

(1) Remove lock pin from roller pin.
(2) Remove roller pin.
(3) Remove roller.

 

To Re-assemble:

(3) Hold new roller in place.
(2) Insert roller pin and line up lock pin holes.
(1) Replace lock pin in roller pin.

 

Test for smooth operation.

Fig. 23-Replacing toggle arm roller,
Rotating Dog Lever Type Door.
Fig. 23-Replacing toggle arm roller, Rotating Dog Lever Type Door.


22

SECTION 14
DOG REPLACEMENT


DOG, SLIDING DOG LEVER TYPE DOOR (Fig. 24):The Dog on this type door slides out on the wedge. When dog bar is fully extended, the cam on the operating crank raises the inner side of the dog bar, forcing the outer end down on the wedge. This exerts pressure between the knife edge of frame and rubber gasket, creating a watertight seal.

HOW TO REPLACE DOG, SLIDING DOG LEVER TYPE DOOR (Fig. 24):

To Dis-assemble:

(1) Remove lock pin from dog spindle nut.
(2) Remove nut from dog spindle.
(3) Pry off operating crank cap.
(4) Lift dog from pivot pin and pull from out of dog bracket.
(5) Remove two slide plates from dog bracket.

 

To Re-assemble:

(5) Hold in place two slide plates in dog bracket.
(4) Slide new dog in bracket and insert inner end of dog on pivot pin.
(3) Replace operating crank cap.
(2) Replace nut on dog spindle, line up lock pin holes.
(1) Insert lock pin through dog spindle nut.

 

Test for smooth, positive action.

Fig. 24-Dog, assembly and exploded views,
Sliding Dog Lever Type Door.
Fig. 24-Dog, assembly and exploded views, Sliding Dog Lever Type Door.


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Fig. 25-Dog, assembly and exploded views,
Rotating Dog Lever Type and Rack and Pinion Type Doors.
Fig. 25-Dog, assembly and exploded views, Rotating Dog Lever Type and Rack and Pinion Type Doors.

DOG, ROTATING DOG LEVER TYPE AND RACK AND PINION TYPE DOORSThe dogs on the Rotating Dog Type Doors are pulled around on their pivot by the linkage system and rolling up on the wedge create the pressure at the contact point of the knife edge and rubber gasket.

HOW TO REPLACE DOG, ROTATING DOG LEVER TYPE AND RACK AND PINION TYPE DOORS (Fig. 25):

To Dis-assemble:

(1) Remove cotter pins.
(2) Remove round nuts (collars).
(3) Lift off connecting rod (on lever type door, loosen outside hand lever nut and pull center assembly part way out, on inner side of door, sufficient to lift connecting rod from dog).
(4) Remove washer.
(5) Remove lock pin from dog roller nut.
(6) Remove dog roller nut.
(7) Remove dog roller washer.
(8) Remove dog roller and bushing unit, inspect bushing and renew if necessary.

 

(9) Remove lock pin on dog spindle nut.
(10) Remove nut on dog spindle.
(11) Remove dog and bushings as a unit.
(12) Inspect three bushings and renew if necessary.

To Re-assemble:

(11) Replace new dog and bushings as a unit.
(10) Replace nut on dog spindle, line up lock pin holes.
(9) Insert lock pin in nut on dog spindle.
(8) Replace dog roller and bushing unit.
(7) Replace dog roller washer.
(6) Replace dog roller nut, line up lock pin holes.
(5) Insert lock pin in dog roller nut.
(4) Replace washer.
(3) Replace connecting rod (on lever type door, push center mechanism back in place, after connecting rod is attached to dog, and tighten outside hand lever nut).
(2) Replace round nuts (collars), line up cotter pin holes.
(1) Replace cotter pins.

 

Test for smooth operation.


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SECTION 15
DOG OPERATING CRANK REPLACEMENT


DOG OPERATING CRANK, SLIDING DOG LEVER TYPE DOOR

The rotation of the operating crank extends the dogs over the wedge, at the same time raising the inner end of dog bar, forcing the outer end down on the wedge.

HOW TO REPLACE DOG OPERATING CRANK, SLIDING DOG LEVER TYPE DOOR (Fig. 26):To Dis-assemble:

(1) Remove lock pin from crank spindle.
(2) Remove nut from crank spindle.
(3) Pry off operating crank cap.
(4) Lift dogs from pivot pins (do not remove dogs from dog bracket).
(5) Remove cotter pin behind connecting rod.
(6) Remove washer behind connecting rod.
(7) Slide dog operating crank from crank spindle.
(8) Inspect bushings, replace if necessary.

 

To Re-assemble:First insert new pivot pins in operating crank, rivet pivot pins flush for loose fit.

(7) Slide new operating crank on crank spindle and insert spindle in connecting rod.
(6) Replace washer on connecting rod spindle.
(5) Insert cotter pin in connecting rod spindle.
(4) Replace dogs on pivot pins.
(3) Replace operating crank cap.
(2) Replace nut on crank spindle, line up lock pin holes.
(1) Insert lock pin through crank spindle nut.

 

Test for easy, positive action.

Fig. 26-Dog operating crank, assembly and exploded views,
Sliding Dog Lever Type Door.
Fig. 26-Dog operating crank, assembly and exploded views, Sliding Dog Lever Type Door.


25

SECTION 16
DOG OPERATING CRANK CAP REPLACEMENT


DOG OPERATING CRANK CAP, SLIDING DOG LEVER TYPE DOOR

The operating crank cap is the outer hub for the operating crank pivot pins. If it is bent or damaged, it may cause binding in the dogging action.

Fig. 27-Dog operating crank cap, assembly and exploded views,
Sliding Dog Lever Type Door.
Fig. 27-Dog operating crank cap, assembly and exploded views, Sliding Dog Lever Type Door.

HOW TO REPLACE DOG OPERATING CRANK CAP, SLIDING DOG LEVER TYPE DOOR (Fig. 27):

To Dis-assemble:

(1) Remove lock pin from dog spindle.
(2) Remove nut from dog spindle.
(3) Pry off operating crank cap.

 

To Re-assemble:

(3) Replace new operating crank cap.
(2) Replace nut on dog spindle, line up lock pin holes.
(1) Insert lock pin through dog spindle nut.

 

Test for easy, positive operation.


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SECTION 17
DOG BRACKET REPLACEMENT


The dog bracket on the Sliding Dog Type Door is the guide the dog slides through. It forms the fulcrum point where the dog end is levered down on the wedge.HOW TO REPLACE DOG BRACKET, SLIDING DOG TYPE DOOR (Fig. 28):

First-Chip old bracket off door.

Second-Chip clean all old weld metal from bracket seat on door.

Third-Hold bracket in place with “C” clamp.

Fourth-Using arc weld, tack bracket in place. Check for proper bracket position.

Fifth-Permanently weld bracket in place, see Fig. 24, page 22, for complete procedure.

NOTE: In tacking and welding, follow proper procedure (see welding note, page 9).

See Fig. 24, page 22, for bracket disassembly and re-assembly.

See Fig. 15, page 13, for rubber gasket compression adjustment.

Fig. 28-Dog bracket clamped in place
ready for installation.
Fig. 28-Dog bracket clamped in place ready for installation.

SECTION 18
DOG ROLLER REPLACEMENT


The dog rollers on the Rotating Dog Type Doors revolve as they move up on the dog wedge. At this point the frictional load is reduced by the turning action of the rollers.HOW TO REPLACE DOG ROLLER, ROTATING DOG LEVER TYPE AND RACK AND PINION TYPE DOORS (Fig. 29):

To Disassemble:

(1) Remove lock pin from dog roller nut.
(2) Remove dog roller nut.
(3) Remove dog roller washer.
(4) Remove dog roller and bushing as a unit.
(5) Inspect bushing, renew if necessary.

 

To Re-assemble:

(4) Replace new dog roller and bushing as a unit.
(3) Replace dog roller washer.
(2) Replace dog roller nut, line up lock pin holes.
(1) Insert lock pin through dog roller nut.

 

Test for smooth operation.

Fig. 29-Dog roller assembly and exploded views,
Rotating Dog Lever Type and Rack and Pinion Type Doors.
Fig. 29-Dog roller assembly and exploded views, Rotating Dog Lever Type and Rack and Pinion Type Doors.


27

SECTION 19
CENTER MECHANISM CONNECTING LINK REPLACEMENT


The center mechanism connecting link on the Rotating Dog Lever Type Door connects the toggle arm of the operating mechanism and the linkage system, which moves the dogs on their pivots. The link on the Rotating Dog Rack and Pinion Type Door connects the rack of the operating mechanism and the linkage system which dogs and undogs the door.

HOW TO REPLACE CENTER MECHANISM LINK, ROTATING DOG RACK AND PINION TYPE DOOR (Fig. 30):To Dis-assemble:

 

(1) Remove cotter pins from link studs.
(2) Remove collars from link studs.
(3) Lift off link.
(4) Check bushings, renew if necessary.

 

To Re-assemble:

(4) Insert bushings in new link.
(3) Slide new link on link studs.
(2) Replace collars on link studs, line up cotter pin holes.
(1) Insert cotter pins.

Test for smooth, positive action.

Fig. 30-Center mechanism link, assembly and exploded views,
Rotating Dog Rack and Pinion Type Door.
Fig. 30-Center mechanism link, assembly and exploded views, Rotating Dog Rack and Pinion Type Door.


28

HOW TO REPLACE CENTER MECHANISM CONNECTING LINK, ROTATING DOG LEVER TYPE DOOR (Fig. 31):
To Dis-assemble:

(1) Remove cotter pins from connecting rod stud nuts.
(2) Remove round nuts from connecting rod studs.
(3) Remove cotter pin from clevis pin.
(4) Pull out clevis pin.
(5) Lift up toggle arm.
(6) Slide out connecting link.
(7) Check bushings, renew if necessary.
To Re-assemble:

(7) Replace bushings in new connecting link.
(6) Slide new connecting link on connecting rod studs, holding toggle arm up.
(5) Put toggle arm in place.
(4) Insert clevis pin through connecting link and toggle arm, line up cotter pin holes.
(3) Insert cotter pin in clevis pin.
(2) Replace round nuts on connecting rod studs, line up cotter pin holes.
(1) Insert cotter pins through connecting rod stud nuts.

Test for smooth, positive action.

Fig. 31-Center mechanism connecting link, assembly and exploded views,
Rotating Dog Lever Type Door.
Fig. 31-Center mechanism connecting link, assembly and exploded views, Rotating Dog Lever Type Door.


29

SECTION 20
LINK REPLACEMENT


The link, on the Rotating Dog Type Doors, connects the bell crank to the dog or the bell crank to another bell crank. It is part of the linkage system that rotates each dog on its axis.The replacement of the link is practically the same for both Rotating Dog Type Doors.

HOW TO REPLACE LINK ROTATING DOG DOORS (Fig. 32):To Dis-assemble:

(1) Remove cotter pins from stud nuts (collars).
(2) Remove round nuts (collars) from studs.
(3) Remove washer from studs (no washers on the Rack and Pinion Type Door).
(4) Lift off link.
(5) Check bushings, renew if necessary.

 

To Re-assemble:

(5) Insert bushings in new link.
(4) Place new link on studs.
(3) Replace washers on studs.
(2) Replace round nuts (collars) on studs, line up cotter pin holes.
(1) Insert cotter pins in round nuts (collars).

Test for positive and easy action.

Fig. 32-Link assembly and exploded views,
Rotating Dog Lever Type Door.
Fig. 32-Link assembly and exploded views, Rotating Dog Lever Type Door.


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SECTION 21
RACK REPLACEMENT


The rack on the Rack and Pinion Type Door is the gear mechanism that is moved up and down by the pinions when handwheel is turned. It actuates the linkage system that turns the dogs.HOW TO REPLACE RACK, RACK AND PINION TYPE DOOR (Fig. 33):

To Dis-assemble:

(1) Remove two handwheel nuts.
(2) Remove washer from handwheel spindle.
(3) Slide off handwheel, pinion and bushing unit.
(4) Remove two cotter pins from link spindles.
(5) Remove two collars from link spindles.
(6) Lift over two links.
(7) Remove four spacers from link spindles.
(8) Remove pin from lower roller nut.
(9) Remove lower roller nut.
(10) Remove washer from lower roller bolt.
(11) Remove spring clip from lower roller bolt.
(12) Pull out lower roller bolt (lift rack out of mesh with pinion).
(13) Remove lower roller and bushing unit.
(14) Lift rack out of mesh with pinion and move up and out of roller track.
(15) Remove two upper roller pins.
(16) Remove two upper roller studs.
(17) Remove two upper roller and bushing units.

 

Inspect roller bushings, link bushings and pinion bushing, renew if necessary.

To Re-assemble:

(17) Hold two upper roller and bushing units in place in new rack.
(16) Replace two upper roller studs, line up pin holes.
(15) Insert two upper roller pins.
(14) Slide rack unit down into roller track.
(13) Hold lower roller and bushing unit in place.
(12) Insert lower roller bolt through lower roller and rack, meshing rack with pinion.
(11) Replace spring clip on lower roller bolt.
(10) Replace washer on lower roller bolt.
(9) Replace lower roller nut, line up pin holes.
(8) Insert pin in lower roller nut.
(7) Replace two spacers on each link spindle.
(6) Replace two links on link spindles.
(5) Replace two collars on link spindles. Line up cotter pin holes.
(4) Insert and open two cotter pins.
(3) Replace handwheel, pinion and bushing unit.
(2) Replace washer on handwheel spindle.
(1) Replace two nuts, pull tight.

 

Grease pinion and rack teeth with rust-inhibitive grease and test for smooth operation.


31

Fig. 33-Rack, assembly and exploded views,
Rack and Pinion Type Door.
Fig. 33-Rack, assembly and exploded views, Rack and Pinion Type Door.

32

SECTION 22
INTERLOCK LATCH REPLACEMENT


INTERLOCK LATCH, SLIDING DOG AND ROTATING DOG LEVER TYPE DOORS (Fig. 34)The interlock latch on both lever type doors locks and unlocks the operating mechanism. When the door is open, the dogs are prevented from being moved beyond the edge of the door. When the door is closed, the interlock latch slides on the side of the door frame knife edge, lifts up and unlocks the dogging mechanism.

HOW TO REPLACE INTERLOCK LATCH, SLIDING DOG AND ROTATING DOG LEVER TYPE DOORS (Fig. 34):

To Replace Bushing:

(1) Remove cotter pin from latch and latch pin.
(2) Remove latch pin.
(3) Lift off interlock latch.
(4) Remove spring.

 

To Re-assemble:

(4) Replace spring. Hold spring on spring pin (5).
(3) Replace interlock latch (make sure spring pin on latch is seated in spring).
(2) Replace latch pin.
(1) Insert cotter pin through latch and latch pin.

 

Close door and check for unlocking action.

Open door and check for locking action.

Fig. 34-Interlock latch, assembly and exploded views,
Sliding Dog Lever Type Door.
Fig. 34-Interlock latch, assembly and exploded views, Sliding Dog Lever Type Door.


33

SECTION 23
INTERLOCK TRIGGER REPLACEMENT


The interlock trigger on the Rotating Dog Rack and Pinion Type Door moves the interlock rod that drops the interlock pawl in and out of the pinion teeth. When the door is closed, the trigger moves on the side of knife edge, pushing the interlock rod in, rotating the pawl on its axis and pulling the pawl out of the teeth of the pinion, unlocking the dogging mechanism.HOW TO REPLACE INTERLOCK TRIGGER, ROTATING DOG RACK AND PINION TYPE DOOR (Fig. 35):

To Dis-assemble:

(1) Unhook spring from pawl.
(2) Remove cotter pin from pawl spindle.
(3) Remove washer from pawl spindle.
(4) Slide pawl off spindle and pull out entire interlock assembly.
(5) Drive out trigger pin.
(6) Remove trigger.

 

To Re-assemble:

(6) Hold new trigger in place.
(5) Insert trigger pin and drive home.
(4) Slide entire interlock assembly in place and slide pawl on pawl spindle.
(3) Replace washer on pawl spindle.
(2) Insert cotter pin in pawl spindle.
(1) Hook spring to pawl.

 

Open and close door to test for locking and unlocking action.

Fig. 35-Interlock trigger, assembly and exploded views,
Rotating Dog Rack and Pinion Type Door.
Fig. 35-Interlock trigger, assembly and exploded views, Rotating Dog Rack and Pinion Type Door.


34

SECTION 24
INTERLOCK PAWL REPLACEMENT


The pawl is the hook, on the Rack and Pinion Type Door, that drops into the teeth of the pinion when the door is open, preventing the dogs from being turned beyond the edge of the door.HOW TO REPLACE PAWL, ROTATING DOG RACK AND PINION TYPE DOOR (Fig. 36):

To Dis-assemble:

(1) Unhook spring.
(2) Remove cotter pin.
(3) Remove washer.
(4) Remove cotter pin.
(5) Remove nut.
(6) Slide pawl off spindle.

 

To Re-assemble:

(6) Slide new pawl on spindle.
(5) Replace nut.
(4) Insert cotter pin.
(3) Replace washer.
(2) Replace cotter pin.
(1) Hook spring to pawl.

 

Test for positive locking.

Fig. 36-Pawl, Rotating Dog Rack and Pinion Type Door.
Fig. 36-Pawl, Rotating Dog Rack and Pinion Type Door.


35

SECTION 25
PINION REPLACEMENT


The inside and outside handwheel pinions, on the Rack and Pinion Type Door, are both geared to the rack. Turning either handwheel moves the rack up and down, actuating the linkage system. This gearing system reduces the power necessary to operate this type of door.HOW TO REPLACE OUTSIDE HANDWHEEL PINION, RACK AND PINION TYPE DOOR (Fig. 37):

To Dis-assemble:

From outer side of door:

(1) Remove packing plunger.
(2) Remove two nuts from pinion shaft.
(3) Remove washer from pinion shaft.
(4) Slide outside handwheel off pinion shaft.
(5) Remove bushing, renew if necessary.

 

From inner side of door.

(6) Remove pinion.
(7) Remove bushings, renew if necessary.

 

To Re-assemble:

From inner side of door:

(7) Replace bushings.
(6) Replace new pinion.

 

From outer side of door:

(5) Replace bushing.
(4) Slide outside handwheel on pinion shaft.
(3) Replace washer on pinion shaft.
(2) Replace two nuts, pull tight.
(1) Renew packing and replace packing plunger, see Fig. 14, page 12.

 

Grease pinion teeth with rust-inhibitive grease.

Test for smooth operation.

Fig. 37-Outside handwheel pinion, assembly and exploded views,
Rack and Pinion Type Door.
Fig. 37-Outside handwheel pinion, assembly and exploded views, Rack and Pinion Type Door.


36

HOW TO REPLACE INSIDE HANDWHEEL PINION, RACK AND PINION TYPE DOOR (Fig. 38):To Dis-assemble:

(1) Remove two nuts from handwheel shaft.
(2) Remove washer from handwheel shaft.
(3) Slide from shaft, handwheel, pinion and bushing unit.
(4) Remove pinion and bushing unit.
(5) Remove bushings, renew if necessary.

 

To Re-assemble:

(5) Insert bushings in new pinion.
(4) Insert pinion and bushing unit in handwheel.
(3) Slide handwheel, pinion and bushing unit on handwheel shaft.
(2) Replace washer on handwheel shaft.
(1) Replace two nuts on handwheel shaft, pull tight.

 

Grease teeth of pinion with rust-inhibitive grease.

Test for smooth operation.

Fig. 38-Inside handwheel pinion, assembly and exploded views,
Rack and Pinion Type Door.
Fig. 38-Inside handwheel pinion, assembly and exploded views, Rack and Pinion Type Door.


37

SECTION 26
SPARE PARTS


Failure of door parts through normal wear, injury, corrosion and battle damage make it necessary to replace parts at sea. At times it may even be necessary to fabricate a part aboard ship. To meet such an emergency, specifications and heat treatment of parts are covered in Section 26 and detailed drawing numbers are given in the Spare Parts Lists in this section.If parts are not available and must be ordered from the manufacturer, the name and type of ship and the number of the door opening will facilitate the order as all door openings and their doors are on file with the manufacturer.

SECTION 27
SPARE PARTS LIST


SLIDING DOG LEVER TYPE DOOR. SPARE PARTS ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED

DESCRIPTIONMFGR’S.
PART NO.
MATERIAL
(See Section 29)
SPECS.
Connecting rod
connecting rod59543-GM.S.46S1
connecting rod65740-GCold rolled steelRockwell B-80
connecting rod59544-GM.S.46S1
connecting rod59545-GM.S.46S1
connecting rod59546-GM.S.46S1
connecting rod59547-GM.S.46S1
connecting rod59548-GM.S.46S1
connecting rod70357-GM.S.46S1
connecting rod59551-GM.S.46S1
connecting rod59552-GM.S.46S1
connecting rod bushing65361Super-oilite bearing
connecting rod cotter pin59914EverdurComm.
connecting rod washer54282Stl. SHComm.
Dog
dog bracket57284M.S. Forging46S1
dog bracket slide plateC-58581Mueller #600
dog compression springC-58502COMP.Pr.22W5
dog endC-72901C.R.S. 1A46S18
dog operating crank-R.H58968HYT Br. Class B46B29
dog operating crank-L.H.58969HYT Br. Class B46B29
dog operating crank cap-R.H.58964Y BrassComm.
dog operating crank cap-L.H.58965Y BrassComm.
dog pivot pin58962.13CH.S.Stl.
dog set screw59963Stl. SHComm.
dog set screw lock screw58511Stl. SHComm.
dog slider bar-side 18″58582C.D.Stl. EG46S13
dog slider bar-side 20″58598C.D.Stl. EG46S13
dog slider bar-side 21″58583C.D.Stl. EG46S13
dog slider bar-side 22″58584C.D.Stl. EG46S13
dog slider bar-side 24″58585C.D.Stl. EG46S13
dog slider bar-side 26″58586C.D.Stl. EG46S13
dog slider bar-side 30″58519C.D.Stl. EG46S13
dog slider bar-side 36″58587C.D.Stl. EG46S13
dog slider bar-side 42″58588C.D.Stl. EG46S13
dog slider bar-side 42 spec.58518C.D.Stl. EG46S13

 


38

SLIDING DOG LEVER TYPE DOOR, SPARE PARTS ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED-(Continued)

DESCRIPTIONMFGR’S.
PART NO.
MATERIAL
(See Section 29)
SPECS.
dog slider bar-end 6″ R.H.60142C.D.Stl. EG46S13
dog slider bar-end 6″ L.H60143C.D.Stl. EG46S13
dog slider bar-end 8″ R.H.60140C.D.Stl. EG46S13
dog slider bar-end 8″ L.H.60141C.D.Stl. EG46S13
dog slider bar-end 10″70353C.D.Stl. EG46S13
dog slider bar-end 15″65739C.D.Stl. EG46S13
dog spindle bushing65362Super-oilite bearing
dog spindle nut52743Stl. EGSAE-1112
dog spindle nut pin58523Stl. EG42P6
dog wedge nut pinC-58580Bronze46B28
Gasket
gasket, rubberD-32666RubberComm.
Hand lever
hand lever assembly 12″46454M.S.Galv.46S1
hand lever assembly 15″39000M.S.Galv.46S1
hand lever assembly 18″49506M.S.Galv.46S1
hand lever shaftE-54250M.S.SH Ass’y.46S1
hand lever shaft bushing64912Super-oilite bearing
hand lever shaft linkC-54249M.S.SH Ass’y.46S1
hand lever shaft nut61703C.D.Stl.SAE-X1020
hand lever shaft plunger52742Stl. EGSAE 1040-45
hand lever shaft sleeve58506Seamless steel Tubing44T1
hand lever shaft sleeve rein58148M.S.48S5
Hinge
hinge pinC-39127COMP. Nr.46B6
hinge pin collarC-39128COMP. Nr.46B6
hinge washer47482Comm.BrassComm.
Interlock
interlock latch58575Flange SH Ass’y.48S5
interlock latch cotter59914EverdurComm.
interlock latch pin58514M.S. EG46S1
interlock latch springC-38921COMP. Pr.22W5
interlock latch spring pin58515M.S.SH Ass’y.46S1
interlock rod-18″58589M.S.SH Ass’y.46S1
interlock rod-21″58590M.S.SH Ass’y.46S1
interlock rod-22″58591M.S.SH Ass’y.46S1
interlock rod-24″58592M.S.SH Ass’y.46S1
interlock rod-26″58593M.S.SH Ass’y.46S1
interlock rod-30″58594M.S.SH Ass’y.46S1
interlock rod-36″58595M.S.SH Ass’y.46S1
interlock rod-42″58596M.S.SH Ass’y.46S1
interlock rod slide button58512M.S.SH Ass’y.46S1
interlock rod stud58513M.S.SH Ass’y.46S1
interlock rod stud cotter59914M.S.SH Ass’y.46S1
Toggle arm
toggle arm-R.H65628COMP. MnC49B3
toggle arm-L.H65629COMP. MnC49B3
toggle arm bushing64908Super-oilite bearing
toggle arm lock pin54274Stl. EG46S1
toggle arm pin58503M.S. SH46S1
toggle arm spring main leafC-58507COMP.Pr.S.T.46B14
toggle arm spring 2nd leafC-58508COMP.Pr.S.T.46B14
toggle arm spring 3rd leafC-58509COMP.Pr.S.T.46B14
toggle arm spring BK plate58577M.S.EG48S5
toggle arm spring bolt58121Stl. EGSAE-1112
toggle arm spring lock washerC-61045Soft brassComm.

 

NOTE: Reference Drawings, Sliding Dog Lever Type Door.

 

TITLEHEINTZ NO.TITLEHEINTZ NO.
PlansT-79718SectionsT-79719
Door ScheduleE-79715DetailsT-79720

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SLIDING DOG LEVER TYPE DOOR, SPARE PARTS NUMERICALLY ARRANGED
MFGR’S PART
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
D-32666Gasket, rubber
C-38921Interlock latch spring
39000Hand lever assembly, 15″
C-39127Hinge pin
C-39128Hinge pin collar
46454Hand lever assembly, 12″
47482Hinge washer
49506Hand lever assembly, 18″
52742Hand lever shaft plunger
52743Dog spindle nut
C-54249Hand lever shaft link
E-54250Hand lever shaft
54274Toggle arm lock pin
54282Connecting rod washer
57284Dog
58121Toggle arm spring bolt
58148Hand lever shaft sleeve rein
C-58502Dog compression spring
58503Toggle arm pin
58506Hand lever shaft sleeve
C-58507Toggle arm spring, main leaf
C-58508Toggle arm spring, 2nd leaf
C-58509Toggle arm spring, 3rd leaf
58511Dog set screw lock screw
58512Interlock rod slide button
58513Interlock rod stud
58514Interlock latch cotter
58515Interlock latch spring pin
58518Dog slider bar, side, 42″ special
58519Dog slider bar, side, 30″
58523Dog spindle nut pin
58575Interlock latch
58577Toggle arm spring back plate
C-58580Dog wedge
C-58581Dog Brack slide plate
58582Dog slider bar, side, 18″
58583Dog slider bar, side, 21″
58584Dog slider bar, side, 22″
58585Dog slider bar, side, 24″
58586Dog slider bar, side, 26″
58587Dog slider bar, side, 36″
58588Dog slider bar, side, 42″
MFGR’S PART
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
58589Interlock rod 18″
58590Interlock rod 21″
58591Interlock rod 22″
58592Interlock rod 24″
58593Interlock rod 26″
58594Interlock rod 30″
58595Interlock rod 36″
58596Interlock rod 42″
58598Dog slider bar, side, 20″
58962Dog pivot pin
58964Dog operating crank cap, right hand
58965Dog operating crank cap, left hand
58968Dog operating crank, right hand
58969Dog operating crank, left hand
59543-GConnecting rod
59544-GConnecting rod
59545-GConnecting rod
59546-GConnecting rod
59547-GConnecting rod
59548-GConnecting rod
59551-GConnecting rod
59552-GConnecting rod
59914Connecting rod cotter pin and interlock rod stud cotter pin
59963Dog set screw
60140Dog slider bar-end, 8″ right hand
60141Dog slider bar-end, 8″ left hand
60142Dog slider bar-end, 6″ right hand
60143Dog slider bar-end, 6″ left hand
C-61045Toggle arm spring lock washer
61703Hand lever shaft nut
64908Toggle arm bushing
64912Hand lever shaft bushing
65361Connecting rod bushing
65362Dog spindle bushing
65628Toggle arm, right hand
65629Toggle arm, left hand
65739Dog slider bar-end 15″
65740-GConnecting rod
70353Dog slider bar-end 10″
70357-GConnecting rod
C-72901Dog end

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ROTATING DOG LEVER TYPE DOOR, SPARE PARTS ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED 

DESCRIPTIONMFGR’S.
PART NO.
MATERIAL
(See Section 29)
SPECS.
Connecting link
connecting link R.H. 26″38450M.S. Galv.46S1
connecting link L.H. 26″38451M.S. Galv.46S1
connecting link R.H. 30″47478M.S. Galv.46S1
connecting link L.H. 30″47479M.S. Galv.46S1
connecting link R.H. 36″46242M.S. Galv.46S1
connecting link L.H. 36″46241M.S. Galv.46S1
connecting link R.H. 24″58878M.S. Galv.46S1
connecting link L.H. 24″58879M.S. Galv.46S1
connecting link bushing64910Super-oilite bearing
connecting link plate 36″ and 42″46243M.S. Galv.46S1
connecting link plate 24″ to 30″38452M.S. Galv.46S1
connecting link stud63122MED.STL.SHER46S1
connecting link washer54284Stl. SHComm.
Connecting rod
connecting rod58958M.S. Galv.46S1
connecting rod54360M.S. Galv.46S1
connecting rod54362M.S. Galv.46S1
connecting rod55920M.S. Galv.46S1
connecting rod56710M.S. Galv.46S1
connecting rod58960M.S. Galv.46S1
connecting rod54361M.S. Galv.46S1
connecting rod54363M.S. Galv.46S1
connecting rod55921M.S. Galv.46S1
connecting rod56711M.S. Galv.46S1
connecting rod57666M.S. Galv.46S1
connecting rod stud63125M.S. Galv.46S1
connecting rod stud bushing64909Super-oilite bearing
connecting rod stud collarC-63120Stl. SHSAE-1112
connecting rod stud pin53737Stl. Galv.Comm.
connecting rod stud washer54353Stl. SHComm.
Dog, rotating
dog, rotating-R.H.E-46866AM.S. Forg.46S1
dog, rotating-R.H32504AM.S. Forg.46S1
dog, rotating-R.H.E-32508AM.S. Forg.46S1
dog, rotating-L.H.E-32501AM.S. Forg.46S1
dog, rotating-L.H.32505AM.S. Forg.46S1
dog, rotating-L.H.E-46865AM.S. Forg.46S1
dog, rotating and bell crank-R.H.32502AM.S. Forg.46S1
dog, rotating and bell crank-R.H32506AM.S. Forg.46S1
dog, rotating and bell crank-L.H32503AM.S. Forg.46S1
dog, rotating and bell crank-L.H.32507AM.S. Forg.46S1
dog, rotating bushing64913Super-oilite bearing
dog, rotating crank bushing64909Super-oilite bearing
dog, rotating lock screwC-55164C.R.S. Class #6 Type A46S18
dog, rotating nutC-54233Stl. EGSAE-1112
dog, rotating nut pin54271Stl. EG42P6
dog, rotating rollerC-54248Stl. SHSAE-1050
dog, rotating roller bushing64908Super-oilite bearing
dog, rotating roller nutC-54232Stl. EGSAE-1112
dog, rotating roller nut pin54291Stl. EG42P6
dog, rotating roller washer54281Stl. SHComm.
dog, rotating spindleC-54247Stl. SHSAE-1040
heat treated
dog, rotating spindle sleeve56220SteelSAE-1015
dog, rotating wedge-R.H.52410-BCU.SI.ALLOY Casting46B28
dog, rotating wedge-L.H.52411-BCU.SI.ALLOY Casting46B28
Gasket, rubber 1/2″ x 1 1/4″D-32666RubberComm.
Hand lever assembly
hand lever assembly 15″39000M.S. Galv.46S1
hand lever assembly 18″49506M.S. Galv.46S1
hand lever shaftE-54250M.S.46S1

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DESCRIPTIONMFGR’S.
PART NO.
MATERIALS
(See Section 29)
SPECS.
hand lever shaft bushing64902Super-oilite bearing
hand lever shaft linkC-54249Med. Steel46S1
hand lever shaft nut61703Steel El. Galv.46S1
hand lever shaft plunger52742Stl. EGSAE-1040-45
hand lever shaft sleeve38465M.S.46S13
Hinge
hinge adjusting yoke75736Flange Stl.48S5
hinge adjusting yoke hex. nut60449Comm. brassComm.
hinge adjusting yoke pinC-75738COMP. Nr.46B6
hinge adjusting yoke set screw75747Stl. SH
hinge collar32157COMP. Nr.46B6
hinge cotter pin 5/32″ x 2″78211C.R.S.Comm.
hinge pinC-75737COMP. Nr.46B6
hinge washer75748Comm. brassComm.
hinge washer20896Comm. brassComm.
hinge washer76568Comm. brassComm.
Interlock
interlock cotter pin 3/32″ x 1 1/8″59342Stl. EGComm.
interlock trip59337M.S.48S5
interlock trip pin59338Stl. EG46S1
interlock trip pin sleeveC-59341Steel44P10
interlock trip springC-24414COMP.Pr.S.T.22W5
interlock trip spring pin59339M.S.46S1
interlock trip stop plateC-68800M.S.48S5
interlock trip stop plate rivet68116SteelComm.
Link
link bell crank to dog43025M.S. Galv.46S1
link bell crank to dog50292M.S. Galv.46S1
link bell crank to dog52289M.S. Galv.46S1
link bell crank to dog, bushing64921Super-oilite bearing
link bell crank to dog, washer54283Stl. SHComm.
Name plate (outside)
name plate (outside)-offC-39006Zinc Sheet
name plate (outside)-onC-39007Zinc Sheet
name plate (outside) drive screwC-60882Hardened steel
Brass plated
Stop pin
stop pin mach. screw (12-24 x 5/8″)64918Stl. EGComm.
stop pin springC-38880COMP. Pr.S.T.46B14
stop pin spring backing plateC-38881COMP. Pr.S.T.46B14
stop pin spring backing plateC-38882COMP.Pr.S.T.46B14
stop pin spring tapping plateC-64924Stl. EG48S5
Toggle arm
toggle arm-R.H. 24″ to 36″38462COMP. MnC49B3
toggle arm-L.H. 24″ to 36″38463COMP. MnC49B3
toggle arm-R.H. 42″49562COMP. MnC49B3
toggle arm-L.H. 42″49563COMP. MnC49B3
toggle arm bushing64907Super-oilite bearing
toggle arm clevis pinC-64915Stl. SHSAE-1112
toggle arm locking pin 1/8″ x 7/8″54273Stl. EG46S1
toggle arm locking pin 1/8″ x 1 1/2″54274Stl. EG46S1
toggle arm pin54251M.S.46S1
toggle arm rollerC-64916HYT BronzeGrade #2
toggle arm roller cam 24″ to 26″38468C.R.S. 1A46S18
toggle arm roller cam 30″ to 36″C-46195C.R.S. 1A46S18
toggle arm roller cam 42″C-49561C.R.S. 1A46S18
toggle arm roller pinC-64914M.S.46S1

NOTE: Reference Drawings Rotating Dog Lever Type Door.

 

TITLEHEINTZ NO.TITLEHEINTZ NO.
PlansT-78267DetailsT-78269
Door ScheduleE-78154Sections & DetailsT-78260
SectionsT-78268

42

ROTATING DOG LEVER TYPE DOOR, SPARE PARTS NUMERICALLY ARRANGED
MFGR’S PART
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
20896Hinge washer
C-24414Interlock trip spring
32157Hinge collar
E-32501ADog, rotating left hand
32502ADog, rotating & bell crank, right hand
32503ADog, rotating & bell crank, left hand
32504ARotating dog, right hand
32505ARotating dog, left hand
32506ARotating dog & bell crank, right hand
32507ARotating dog & bell crank, left hand
E-32508ARotating dog, right hand
D-32666Gasket, rubber, 1/2″ x 1 1/4″
38450Connecting link, right hand 26″
38451Connecting link, left hand 26″
38452Connecting link, plate 24″ to 30″
38462Toggle arm, R. H. 24″ to 36″
38463Toggle arm, L. H. 24″ to 36″
38465Hand lever shaft sleeve
38468Toggle arm roller cam 24″ to 26″
C-38880Stop pin spring
C-38881Stop pin spring becking plate
C-38882Stop pin spring becking plate
39000Hand lever assembly
C-39006Name plate (outside)-OFF
C-39007Name plate (outside)-ON
43025Link, bell crank to dog
C-46195Toggle arm roller cam 30″ to 36″
46241Connecting link, L. H. 36″
46242Connecting link, R. H. 36″
46243Connecting link plate 36″ & 42″
E-46865ADog, rotating, L. H.
E-46866ADog, rotating, R. H.
47478Connecting link, R. H. 30″
47479Connecting link, L. H. 30″
49506Hand lever assembly 18″
C-49561Toggle arm roller cam 42″
49562Toggle arm R. H. 42″
49563Toggle arm L. H. 42″
50292Link bell crank to dog
52289Link bell crank to dog
52410-BDog, rotating wedge, R. H.
52411-BDog, rotating wedge, L. H.
52742Hand lever shaft plunger
53737Connecting rod stud pin
C-54232Dog, rotation nut
C-54233Dog, rotation nut
C-54247Dog, rotation spindle
C-54248Dog, rotating roller
C-54249Hand lever shaft link
E-54250Hand lever shaft
54251Toggle arm pin
MFGR’S PART
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
54271Dog, rotating nut pin
54273Toggle arm locking pin 1/8″ x 7/8″
54274Toggle arm locking pin 1/8″ x 1 1/2″
54281Dog, rotating roller washer
54283Link bell crank to dog, washer
54284Connecting link washer
54291Dog, rotation roller nut pin
54353Dog, rotation stud washer
54360Connecting rod
54361Connecting rod
54362Connecting rod
54363Connecting rod
C-55184Dog, rotating lockscrew
55920Connecting rod
55921Connecting rod
56220Dog rotating spindle sleeve
56710Connecting rod
56711Connecting rod
57666Connecting rod
58878Connecting link, R. H. 24″
58879Connecting link, L. H. 24″
58958Connecting rod
58960Connecting rod
59337Interlock trip
59338Interlock trip pin
59339Interlock trip spring pin
C-59341Interlock trip pin sleeve
59342Interlock cotter pin 3/32″ x 1 1/8″
60449Hinge adjusting hex. nut
C-60882Name plate (outside) drive screw
61703Hand lever shaft nut
C-63120Connecting rod stud collar
63122Connecting link stud
63125Connecting rod stud
64907Toggle arm bushing
64908Dog, rotating roller bushing
64909Connecting rod stud bushing, and dog rotating crank bushing
64910Connecting link bushing
64912Hand lever shaft bushing
64913Dog, rotating bushing
C-64914Toggle arm roller pin
C-64915Toggle arm clevis pin
C-64916Toggle arm roller
64918Stop pin mach. screw (12-24 x 5/8″)
64921Link bell crank to dog bushing
C-64924Stop pin spring topping plate
68116Interlock trip stop plate rivet
C-68800Interlock trip stop plate
75736Hinge adjusting yoke
C-75737Hinge pin
G-75738Hinge adjusting pin
75747Hinge adjusting yoke set screw
75748Hinge washer
76568Hinge washer
78211Hinge cotter pin, 5/32″ x 2″ long

43

ROTATING DOG RACK AND PINION TYPE DOOR, SPARE PARTS ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED 

DESCRIPTIONMFGR’S.
PART NO.
MATERIALS
(See Section 29)
SPECS.
Connecting rod
connecting rod-bottomE-46255Alum. alloy46A10
connecting rod-sides46280Alum. alloy46A10
connecting rod-top46245Alum. alloy46A10
connecting rod stud36214C.R.S. 7A46S18
connecting rod studC-34941C.R.S. 7A46S18
connecting rod stud collarC-36213COMP. Nr.46B6
connecting rod stud cotter pinC-25126BrassComm.
connecting rod stud washerC-34942C.R.S. #147S20
Dog, rotating
dog, rotatingE-32501Bronze Forg.See note A, page 49
dog, rotatingE-32508Bronze Forg.See note A, page 49
dog, rotating-R.HE-32504Bronze Forg.See note A, page 49
dog, rotating-L.H.E-32505Bronze Forg.See note A, page 49
dog, rotating & bell crank-R.H.E-32 502Bronze Forg.See note A, page 49
dog, rotating & bell crank-R.HE-32506Bronze Forg.See note A, page 49
dog, rotating & bell crank-L.H.E-32503Bronze Forg.See note A, page 49
dog, rotating & bell crank-L.H.E-32507Bronze Forg.See note A, page 49
dog, rotating bushingC-36218BronzeSee note B, page 49
dog, rotating crank bushing29720BronzeSee note B, page 49
dog, rotating lock screwC-36205C.R.S. 7A46S18
dog, rotating nutC-32517COMP. Nr.46B6
dog, rotating nut pinC-32515C.R.S. 1A46S18
dog, rotating rollerC-36204Mueller #600Rockwell-B-95
Bearing Metal
dog, rotating roller bushing31143BronzeSee note B, page 49
dog, rotating roller washer31152COMP. Nr.46B6
dog, rotating roller nutC-32509COMP. Nr.46B6
dog, rotating roller nut pinC-32510C.R.S. 1A46S18
dog, rotating spindleC-36202C.R.S. 7A46S18
dog, rotating wedge-R.HE-36200C.R.S. 1A46S18
dog, rotating wedge-L.HE-36201C.R.S. 1A46S18
Gasket, rubber IA” x 1%”D-32666RubberComm.
Handwheel
handwheel-inside29953Alum. alloy class 546A1
handwheel-outside29954Alum. alloy class 546A1
handwheel bushing-inside31143BronzeSee note B, page 49
handwheel bushing-outsideC-29766C.R.S. 7A46S18
handwheel pinion-insideE-36216C.R.S. 7A46S18
handwheel pinion-outsideE-32524COMP. Mn-r46B15
handwheel pinion bushing-inside36215BronzeSee note B, page 49
handwheel pinion bushing-outsideC-36218BronzeSee note B, page 49
handwheel pinion sleeve-insideC-34947M.S.46S1
handwheel pinion sleeve-outsideC-32522Steel tub Type #144T1
handwheel spindle-insideC-34948C.R.S. 7A46S18
handwheel spindle nut35292COMP. Nr.46B6
handwheel spindle washer-insideC-29955C.R.S. #147S20
handwheel spindle washer-insideC-36219FeltComm.
handwheel spindle washer-insideC-29724ACOMP. Nr.46B6
handwheel spindle washer-outsideC-29956C.R.S. #147S20
handwheel spindle taper pinC-32098C.R.S. 1A46S18
handwheel spindle plungerC-19123COMP. Pr.46B3

44

ROTATING DOG RACK AND PINION TYPE DOOR, SPARE PARTS ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED (Continued) 

DESCRIPTIONMFGR’S.
PART NO.
MATERIALS
(See Section 29)
SPECS.
Hinge
hinge pin40023COMP. Nr.46B6
hinge pin40024C.R.S. 1A46S18
hinge pin collar32157COMP. Nr.46B6
hinge pin collar35472C.R.S. 1A46S18
hinge washerC-34319COMP. Nr.46B6
Interlock
interlock boltC-29944C.R.S. 7A46S18
interlock bolt nutC-31238COMP. Nr.46B6
interlock cotter pinC-30062BrassComm.
interlock pawl-R.H.E-30064COMP. MnC49B3
interlock pawl-L.H.E-30065COMP. MnC49B3
interlock pawl washer30063COMP. Nr.46B6
interlock pinC-32542
interlock rod assembly45931M.S. Galv.46S1
interlock rod adj. endC-30998COMP. Nr.46B6
interlock spring46256Phos. Bronze22W5
interlock triggerC-31003Bronze Forg.See note A, page 49
Light, fixed
light, fixed gasket-outsideC-32689RubberComm.
light, fixed gasket-insideC-36280
light, fixed lensC-37337
light, fixed lockwasherC-34116
light, fixed nutC-31238COMP. Nr.46B6
light, fixed retainerE-35713M.S.48S5
Link
link bell crank to bell crank46293M.S. Galv.46S1
link bell crank to bell rack46294
link bushing-plain24505BronzeSee note B, page 49
link bushing-shoulderC-34944
link washer29723COMP. Nr.46B6
Rack
rackD-32818-ACOMP. MnC49B3
rack rollerC-32530Mueller #600Rockwell-B-95
Bearing Metal
rack roller bushingC-32531BronzeSee note B, page 49
rack roller bolt-bottomC-32532C.R.S. 7A46S18
rack roller bolt-topC-32533C.R.S. 7A46S18
rack roller pin, bolt-bottomC-31639C.R.S. 1A46S18
rack roller pin, bolt-topC-31140C.R.S. 1A46S18
rack roller bolt nutC-31151COMP. Nr.46B6
rack spring clipC-31634COMP. Pr.46B14
rack stud, conn. rod36220C.R.S. 7A46S18

NOTE: Drawings Covering the Rotating Dog Rack and Pinion Type Door.

 

TITLEHEINTZ NO.TITLEHEINTZ NO.
PlansT-48382SectionsT-48383
Door ScheduleT-48370DetailsT-48384

 


45

ROTATING DOG RACK AND PINION TYPE DOOR, SPARE PARTS NUMERICALLY ARRANGED
MFGR’S PART
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
C-19123Handwheel spindle plunger
24505Link bushing, plain
C-25126Connecting rod stud cotter pin
29720Dog, rotating, crank bushing
29723Link washer
C-29724AHandwheel spindle washer, inside
C-29766Handwheel bushing, outside
C-29944Interlock bolt
29953Handwheel, inside
29954Handwheel, outside
C-29955Handwheel spindle washer, inside
C-29956Handwheel spindle washer, outside
C-30062Interlock cotter pin
30063Interlock pawl washer
E-30064Interlock pawl, right hand
E-30065Interlock pawl, left hand
C-30998Interlock rod adjustable end
C-31003Interlock trigger
C-31140Rack roller bolt, pin top
31143Dog, rotating, roller bushing and handwheel bushing, inside
G-31151Rack roller bolt nut
31152Dog, rotating, roller washer
C-31238Interlock bolt nut
C-31634Rack spring clip
C-31639Rack roller bolt pin, bottom
C-32098Handwheel spindle taper pin
32157Hinge pin collar
E-32501Dog, rotating
E-32502Dog, rotating, and bell crank, 90°, right hand
E-32503Dog, rotating, and bell crank, 90°, left hand
E-32504Dog, rotating, right hand
E-32505Dog, rotating, left hand
E-32506Dog, rotating, and bell crank, 180°, right hand
E-32507Dog, rotating, and bell crank 180°, left hand
E-32508Dog, rotating
C-32509Dog, rotating, roller nut
C-32510Dog, rotating, roller nut pin
MFGR’S PART
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
C-32515Dog, rotating, nut pin
C-32517Dog, rotating, nut
C-32522Handwheel pinion sleeve, outside
E-32524Handwheel pinion, outside
C-32530Rack roller
C-32531Rack roller bushing
C-32532Rack roller bolt, bottom
C-32533Rack roller bolt, top
C-32542Interlock pin
D-32666Gasket, rubber, 1/2″ x 1 1/4″
D-32818-ARack
C-34319Hinge washer
C-34941Connecting rod stud
C-34942Connecting rod stud washer
C-34944Link bushing, shoulder
C-34947Handwheel pinion sleeve, inside
C-34948Handwheel spindle inside
35292Handwheel spindle nut
35472Hinge pin collar
E-36200Dog, rotating wedge, right hand
E-36201Dog, rotating wedge, left hand
C-36202Dog, rotating, spindle
C-36204Dog, rotating, roller
C-36205Dog, rotating, lock screw
C-36213Connecting rod stud collar
36214Connecting rod stud
36215Handwheel pinion bushing, inside
E-36216Handwheel pinion, inside
36218Dog, rotating, bushing and handwheel pinion bushing, outside
C-36219Handwheel spindle washer, inside
36220Rack stud, connecting rod
40023Hinge pin
40024Hinge pin
46245Connecting rod, top
E-46255Connecting rod, bottom
46256Interlock spring
46280Connecting rod, sides
46293Link, bell crank to bell crank
46294Link, bell crank to rack
45931Interlock rod assembly

46

SECTION 28
SPECIFICATIONS


NAVY SPEC. 22W5

CHEMICALCopper94% min.
Tin3.50% min.
Zinc0.02% max.
Iron0.10% max.
Lead0.20% max.
Phosphorus0.05%-0.50%
PHYSICALTensile strength 130,000 #/sq. in. min.
Elongation in 2 inches2.0% min.

 

NAVY SPEC. 42P6

CHEMICALNone
PHYSICALNone

 

NAVY SPEC. 44P10

PHYSICALTensile strength45,000 #/sq. in. min.
Yield point25,000 #/sq. in. min.
Elongation18% (8 inch gage length)

 

NAVY SPEC. 44T1

PHYSICALTensile strength60,000 #/sq. in. min.
Yield point55% min. of tensile
Elongation20% min. in 8 inches

 

NAVY SPEC. 46M (CLASS 5)

CHEMICALCopper.10% max.
Silicon.25% max.
Iron.40% max.
Magnesium3.25%-4.25% max.
Manganese.05% max.
Titanium.20% max.
Other elements.03% each
Aluminumremainder
PHYSICALTensile strength22,000 #/sq. in. min.
Elongation in 2 inches6.0% min.
NAVY SPEC. 46A10

CHEMICALMagnesium1.10%-1.40%
Silicon45%-65% of the magnesium content
Chromium0.20%-0.30%
Iron0.35% max.
Copper0.10% max.
Zinc0.03% max.
Other impurities0.03% max. of each
Other impurities0.10% total of all
Aluminumremainder
PHYSICALTensile strength32,000 #/sq. in. min.
Yield strength(set = 0.2%) 25,000 #/sq. in. min.
Elongation in 2 inches16% min.

 

NAVY SPEC. 46B6

CHEMICALCopper59.0%-61.0%
Tin0.5 %-1.0
Iron0.10% max.
Lead0.20% max.
Other impurities0.10% max.
Zincremainder
PHYSICALTensile strength58,000 #/sq. in. min.
Yield point26,000 #/sq. in. min.
Elongation in 2 inches35%

 

NAVY SPEC. 46B14

CHEMICALCopper94.0% min.
Tin3.5% min.
Zinc0.30% max.
Iron0.10% max.
Lead0.20% max.
Phosphorus0.5%-0.50%
Copper, tin & phosphorus total99.0% min.
PHYSICALTensile strength80,000 #/sq. in. min.
Yield strength60,000 #/sq. in. min.
Elongation12%

47

NAVY SPEC. 46B15

CHEMICALCopper57%-60%
Tin0.5%-1.5%
Iron0.8 %-2.0 %
Manganese0.5%
Aluminum0.25%
Lead0.20% max.
Other impurities0.10% max.
Zincremainder
PHYSICALTensile strength70,000 #/sq. in. min.
Yield point35,000 #/sq. in. min.
Elongation in 2 inches20%

 

NAVY SPEC. 46B28

CHEMICALSilicon1.00%-5.00%
Manganese1.5% max.
Zinc5.00% max.
Iron2.50% max.
Tin2.00% max.
Impurities0.50% max.
Copperremainder
PHYSICALTensile strength45,000 #/sq. in. min.
Elongation in 2 inches15.0% min.

 

NAVY SPEC. 46B29

CHEMICALCopper63%-68%
Zinc19.5%-23.5%
Aluminum3.0%-6.0%
Manganese2.5%-5.0%
Iron2.0%-4.0%
Tin0.50% max.
Lead0.20% max.
Other elements0.20% max.
PHYSICALTensile strength90,000 #/sq. in. min.
Elongation in 2 inches20.0% min.

 

NAVY SPEC. 46S1

CHEMICALCarbon0.31% max.
Manganese0.75% max.
Phosphorus045% max.
Sulphur055% max.
Silicon0.25% max.
Copper0.25% max.
Nickel0.25% max.
Other elements0.25% each max.
PHYSICALTensile strength60,000 #/sq. in. min.
Yield point34,000 #/sq. in. min.
Elongation25.0%
NAVY SPEC. 46S13

CHEMICALCarbon0.15%-0.25%
Manganese30%-.60%
Phosphorus.045% max.
Sulphur.05% max.
PHYSICALNone

 

NAVY SPEC. 46S18 (1A)

CHEMICALCarbon0.08% max.
Manganese0.20%-2.00%
Phosphorus0.04% max.
Sulphur0.04% max.
Silicon1.00% max.
Nickel8.00% min.
Chromium18.00% min.
Copper0.50% max.
PHYSICALProof stress22,000 #/sq. in. min.
Tensile strength75,000 #/sq. in. min.
Elongation in 2 inches35% min.

 

NAVY SPEC. 46S18 (6A)

CHEMICALCarbon.15% max.
Manganese1.20% max.
Phosphorus0.17% max.
Sulphur0.10% max.
Silicon1.00% max.
Nickel.50% max.
Chromium12.0%45.0%
Copper1.50% max.
PHYSICALProof stress35,000 #/sq. in. min.
Tensile strength70,000 #/sq. in. min.
Elongation in 2 inches25% min.
Brinell hardness number202 max.

 

NAVY SPEC. 46S18 (7A)

CHEMICALCarbon.12% max.
Manganese.20%-2.00%
Phosphorus0.17% max.
Sulphur0.10% max.
Silicon1.00% max.
Nickel8.00% min.
Chromium17.0% min.
Copper.50% max.
PHYSICALProof stress22,000 #/sq. in. min.
Tensile strength75,000 #/sq. in. min.
Elongation in 2 inches35% min.

48

NAVY SPEC. 47520

CHEMICALCarbon0.08% max.
Manganese0.20%-2.00%
Phosphorus0.04% max.
Sulphur0.04% max.
Silicon0.75% max.
Copper0.50% max.
Nickel8.00% min.
Chromium18.0% min.
PHYSICALTensile strength75,000 #/sq. in. min.
Elongation in 2 inches40% min.
Reduction in area50% min.
Brinell207

 

NAVY SPEC. 48S5

CHEMICALCarbon0.31% max.
Manganese0.75% max.
Phosphorus045% max.
Sulphur055% max.
Silicon0.25% max.
Copper0.35% max.
Nickel0.25% max.
PHYSICALTensile strength60,000 #/sq. in. min.
Yield point37,000 #/sq. in. min.
Elongation23.0% min.

 

NAVY SPEC. 49B3

CHEMICALCopper55%-60%
Lead0.40% max.
Aluminum1.50% max.
Manganese3.50% max.
Iron0.40%-2.0%
Tin1.50% max.
Other elements0.20% max. of each
Zincremainder %
PHYSICALTensile strength65,000 #/sq. in. min.
Elongation in 2 inches20.0% min.

 

SAE-1040-45

CHEMICALCarbon0.35-0.50
Manganese0.60-0.90
Phosphorus0.045 max.
Sulphur0.055 max.
PHYSICALTensile strength93,000-99,000 #/sq. in. min.
Yield point58,000-60,000 #/sq. in. min.
Elongation27%-24%
SAE-1040 (Heat Treated)

CHEMICALCarbon0.35-0.45
Manganese0.60-0.90
Phosphorus0.045 max.
Sulphur0.055 max.
PHYSICALTensile strength93,000 #/sq. in. min.
Yield point58,000 #/sq. in. min.
Elongation27%

 

SAE 1015

CHEMICALCarbon0.10-0.20
Manganese0.30-0.60
Phosphorus0.045 max.
Sulphur0.055 max.
PHYSICALTensile strength65,000 #/sq. in. min.
Yield point40,000 #/sq. in. min.
Elongation32%

 

SAE-X1020

CHEMICALCarbon0.15-0.25
Manganese0.70-0.100
Phosphorus0.045 max.
Sulphur0.055 max.
PHYSICALTensile strength69,000 #/sq. in. min.
Yield point47,000 #/sq. in. min.
Elongation30%

 

SAE-1112

CHEMICALCarbon0.08-0.16
Manganese0.60-0.90
Phosphorus0.09-0.13
Sulphur0.10-0.20
PHYSICALTensile strength67,000 #/sq. in. min.
Yield point40,000 #/sq. in. min.
Elongation27%

 

SAE-1050

CHEMICALCarbon0.45-0.55
Manganese0.60-0.90
Phosphorus0.045 max.
Sulphur0.055 max.
PHYSICALTensile strength99,000 #/sq. in. min.
Yield point60,000 #/sq. in. min.
Elongation24%

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NOTE A 

CHEMICALCopper57%-60%
Manganese2%-3.5%
Aluminum1%-2%
Silicon.6%-1.2%
Zincremainder
PHYSICALTensile strength80,000-90,000 #/sq. in. min.
Yield point35,000-45,000 #/sq. in. min.
Elongation in 2 inches20%-10%

NOTE B

Replace with Super-oilite bearing.

 

SECTION 29
ABBREVIATIONS


Alum.aluminum
C.D. Stl.cold drawn steel
C.D. Stl. EGcold drawn steel electric galvanized
Comm.commercial
COMP. MnCcomposition manganese brass casting
COMP. Mn-rcomposition manganese rolled
COMP. Nr.composition Naval brass
COMP. Pr.composition phosphor bronze
COMP. Pr. S.T.composition phosphor bronze spring temper
CU. SI. ALLOYcopper silicon alloy
C.R.S.corrosion-resisting steel
HYT Br.high tensile bronze
max.maximum
mfgr’s.manufacturer’s
min.minimum
M.S.medium steel
M.S. Forg.medium steel forging
M.S. Galv.medium steel galvanized
M.S. SH Ass’y.medium steel sherardize assembly
no.number
Stl. EGsteel electric galvanized
Stl. SHsteel sherardized
Y Brassyellow brass
.13CH.S.Stl..13 chrome stainless steel