[WWI] aluminium and corrosion was SPAD 13 Internal fitting

Shane Weier bristolf2b at hotmail.com
Wed Apr 18 15:28:11 EDT 2007


D asks

>>In light of the thread, my OPINION, based on other military practices, to 
>>preserve and protect those expensive compointents, alloyd aluminum 
>>products more than likely had a protective paint finish on them.
>
>Interesting. Would you think that this policy may have been applied during 
>WW1?

...on, for example, the ammo boxes on an Albatros

Shane

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