Sbb baureihe 42019ating

Sbb baureihe 42019ating

Flight luggage Switzerland–foreign country

The stepping switch transmitted the traction current to the motors which were connected in series circuit. Beside these two spring-loaded bearings were mounted. Small cabinets were mounted on the outer part of the bogie frames. The outcome was encouraging.

Several explosions in the main switch occurred too. The flat track stepping switch was mounted to the transformer.

The brake was extremely efficient. The bridging slab laid on the bogies using pivot bearings. The motors drove big cogwheels in the jackshaft over spring-loaded sprockets. At the outer side of each bogie an idle-axle was mounted.

In both bogies three drive-axles and a jackshaft were installed. On this slab the body parts were fixed with screws. The idle-wheels did not have brakes. In this way the activated rotors fed back the current through the transformer to the catenary.

From there the force was carried over to the bogie-mounted towing hook and the buffers. This was then led to the oil-cooled transformer over a lightning protection inductor and the oil-propelled main switch. To prevent the transmission of tractive forces over the body the bearings had longitudinal play. Each cab was equipped with a handbrake which acted to the respective bogie.

In between the bogies were connected with a spring-loaded coupling similar to the tender coupling at steam locomotives. The cooling of the oil of the transformer occurred over a tube systems on both sides of the locomotive body by the use of an oil pump. This pin was located close to the crank pin of the first drive-axle.

In both bogies three driveaxles