John Breed, Diary and Training diary, item 91

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"The Hydraulic Buffer;"  Parts for the diagram on the previous page 

= Cap outer Spring case              = {?keep stud retaining            = Stud retaining stuffing bore

= Case spring Inner                             { Stuffing box

= Cylinder                                        J = Plates parting spring outer   P Washer   } outer Front

D = Gland                                           = Plates parting spring Inner   R Running } - .. - Rear  

E = Nut securing cylinder Outer     L = Plug filling hole                        S out          } inner Front

F =   "         "                "        Inner     M = Plunger controlling                T springs   } - .. - Rear

G = Nut piston rod                            N = Rod piston


The hydraulic buffer which is contained in a spring

case in the upper portion of the cradle consists of a;

Cylinder, piston, piston-rod, controlling plunger, stuffing

box with gland also 8 running out springs.


The cylinder is closed at the rear by the controlling

plunger and at the front by the stuffing box and gland

which are locked in the required position by a spring

nut or stud.

The gun is attached to the cylinder and secured by

two nuts, a number of longitudinal grooves of varying

depth are formed on the inner surface of the cylinder

so that the space for the flow of the liquid between

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"The Hydraulic Buffer;"  Parts for the diagram on the previous page 

= Cap outer Spring case              = {?keep stud retaining            = Stud retaining stuffing bore

= Case spring Inner                             { Stuffing box

= Cylinder                                        J = Plates parting spring outer   P Washer   } outer Front

D = Gland                                           = Plates parting spring Inner   R Running } - .. - Rear  

E = Nut securing cylinder Outer     L = Plug filling hole                        S out          } inner Front

F =   "         "                "        Inner     M = Plunger controlling                T springs   } - .. - Rear

G = Nut piston rod                            N = Rod piston


The hydraulic buffer which is contained in a spring

case in the upper portion of the cradle consists of a;

Cylinder, piston, piston-rod, controlling plunger, stuffing

box with gland also 8 running out springs.


The cylinder is closed at the rear by the controlling

plunger and at the front by the stuffing box and gland

which are locked in the required position by a spring

nut or stud.

The gun is attached to the cylinder and secured by

two nuts, a number of longitudinal grooves of varying

depth are formed on the inner surface of the cylinder

so that the space for the flow of the liquid between


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  • March 28, 2017 00:28:25 Cheryl Ellsworth

    "The Hydraulic Buffer;"  Parts for the diagram on the previous page 

    = Cap outer Spring case              = {?keep stud retaining            = Stud retaining stuffing bore

    = Case spring Inner                             { Stuffing box

    = Cylinder                                        J = Plates parting spring outer   P Washer   } outer Front

    D = Gland                                           = Plates parting spring Inner   R Running } - .. - Rear  

    E = Nut securing cylinder Outer     L = Plug filling hole                        S out          } inner Front

    F =   "         "                "        Inner     M = Plunger controlling                T springs   } - .. - Rear

    G = Nut piston rod                            N = Rod piston


    The hydraulic buffer which is contained in a spring

    case in the upper portion of the cradle consists of a;

    Cylinder, piston, piston-rod, controlling plunger, stuffing

    box with gland also 8 running out springs.


    The cylinder is closed at the rear by the controlling

    plunger and at the front by the stuffing box and gland

    which are locked in the required position by a spring

    nut or stud.

    The gun is attached to the cylinder and secured by

    two nuts, a number of longitudinal grooves of varying

    depth are formed on the inner surface of the cylinder

    so that the space for the flow of the liquid between

  • March 9, 2017 10:15:19 Claire N-Walker

    " The Hydraulic Breffer"

    A= Cap Outer Spring Case              H=inkreep  stud retraining  G= Stud retraining stuffing base                                                            stuffing base

    B= Case spring Inner     

    C= Cylinder                                         J=Crates Parting Spring                 P Washer  outer front

    D = Gland                                           K= Crates parting Spring Inner     R Running outer rear  

                      


  • March 8, 2017 21:00:12 Claire N-Walker

    " The Hydraulic Breffer"

    A= Cap Outer Spring Case              H=inkreep  stud retraining  G= Stud retraining stuffing base                                                            stuffing base

    B= Case spring Inner     

    C= Cylinder                                         J=Crates Parting Spring                 P Washer  outer front

    D = Gland                                           K= Crates parting Spring Inner     R Running outer rear                    


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