Fuses, Electric Protection
Fine-sensitive and surge-sesisting types, below 5 Amperes, Produced in German
B.I.O.S. Trip 2357
Siemens & Halske Berlin C31/6958
Siemens & Halske Erlangen C 31/6959
Siemens & Halske Munich (München) C 31/6960
Wickmann-Werke Witten-Annen Ruhr C 31/6961
Wickmann-Werke Herne Ruhr C 31/6962
Efen G.m.b.H. Martinshall? by Eltville-am-Rhein C 31/6963
F. Dreischer Rheyft C 31/6964
Wolfs & Weise Gumersbach C 31/6965
Voigt & Hoffner Frankfurt a/m ? C 31/6966
Bosch G.m.b.H. Stuttgart C 31/6967
Stocko Sonnborn Wupperthal C 31/6968
Pack & Vongehr Derschlag near Gummersbach C 31/6969
Rheinische-Feindraht-Industrie Bergneustadt near Gummersbach C 31/6970
Geber Kleinmann Berlin C 31/3482 small pressings Russian sector ..
Hugo Mayer Berlin C31/3481 "
Adolf Kandula Berlin C 31/3174 "
R. Bogenschütz Höchst-Frankfurt C 31/6971
Primus-Apparatenbau Mülacker C 31/31/6972
J. Meyer & Co Stuttgart C 31/1771 Fuse caps
Jean Müller Bingerbrücke Rhein C 31/1771
Keywords: General description; List of Targets visited; Siemens-Halske (S&H, AOB); Wickmann Werke; Efen G.m.b.H.; F.J. Schulte; Documents Evacuated; Siemens-Halske; Dr. Hoffmann Siemens & Halske Berlin; Dr. Erich Evers Siemens & Halske Erlangen; Dr. Hoelzer Siemens & Halske Tal-Kirchen District München; Dr. Mulbach Wickmann-Werke; Eureka or 60%-40& copper nickel
It may be of fundamental importance to note that whereas British fuse manufactures can obtain supplies of fine wire of 0.0004" diameter, and finer, and can handle such wires, the Germans appaer to have difficulty in drawing, with any accuracy, wire finer than 0.01 m.m. for this application, but, more important, all those who were interrogated stated that with the cheap labour employed they would be quite unable to handle finer wires, even if such were ready available. Nevertheless, by the development of the temperature controlled solder technique they are able to produce surge-resisting fuses of as low a rating as 10 m.A. carrying. But should, however, be realised that British single filament fine-wire fuse-manufacturing technique generally sets a practical low-limit current of 30 m.A.-carrying (say, 60 mA. blowing-rating). In the higher ratings of this range, say up to 1 Amp. the British production is comparable, and it is cheaper to manufacture in Britain in the way that fuses are being made now. The German method tends to be advantageous for ratings of 1 Amp. and over, but it should be recorded that a comprehensive batch of Wickmann fuses tested at R.A.E. did not appear to be very consistent. ......