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2 MARINE DOORS - ITI TRACK RECORD MARINE DOORS - ITI TRACK RECORD

3 ITI DOOR TYPE EXAMPLES

4 USN - CG47 SLIDING DOORS

5 USN - FFG7 HANGAR DOORS

6 RAN - ANZAC DOOR MODULE

7 RoKN – KDX I DOOR

8 CANADIAN NAVY - CITY CLASS HIGH BLAST DOOR

9 USGC - WAGB-20 POLAR ICEBREAKER HANGAR DOOR

10 USN - ARAPAHO CONTAINER SHIP CONVERSION

11 USN - LPD-17 HANGAR DOOR

12 Prototype Ammunition Elevator Door

13 DOOR HISTORY l OVER 30 YEARS OF SPECIALIZED STRUCTURE & AVIATION FACILITIES EXPERIENCE l USN/USCG >120 SHIPSETS OF STAND-ALONE DOORS >105 SHIPSETS OF TELESCOPIC HANGARS C/W DOORS l OTHER WORLDWIDE NAVIES/ORGANIZATIONS >75 SHIPSETS OF STAND-ALONE DOORS >60 SHIPSETS OF TELESCOPIC HANGARS C/W DOORS

14 DOOR DESIGN & MANUFACTURE - PAST AND PRESENT l USN/USCG LPD-17 (ongoing) TAKR-300 WAGB-20 FFG-7 CG-47 DD-963 AOE-6 l OTHER Canadian Patrol Frigate RAN/RNZN ANZAC Frigates RAN THSS International variants of FFG-7 RoK Navy AOE and KDX-I

15 MARINE DOORS - GENERAL THEORY & TECHNOLOGY MARINE DOORS - GENERAL THEORY & TECHNOLOGY

16 DESIGN DRIVERS l MISSION / OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS l CLEAR OPENING - WIDTH & HEIGHT l LOADS - ENVIRONMENTAL, SPECIAL CASES l INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE RESTRICTIONS l OTHER FACTORS

17 DESIGN TYPES l BASIC DESIGN DEFINED BY THEORY OF OPERATION l THREE PRIMARY TYPES AVAILABLE BEAM TENSION COMBINATION l VARIOUS DOOR CONFIGURATIONS AVAILABLE USING ONE OF THE ABOVE TYPES

18 DOOR TYPES Beam Type (LPD 17): stiff in wind, thick and heavy, significant drive system impact Tension Type (WAGB 20 HANGAR): light, thin & flexible, deflection limited Combination (CPF): acts as beam type in normal loads, acts as tension type for high loads

19 Stiff, small deflection under high loads, no end in plane end restraint Flexible, large deflection under load, panel in tension Stiff at small loads and flexible at high loads LOADS & REACTIONS

20 TYPICAL DOOR ARRANGEMENTS l TYPE A - ROLLER CURTAIN SLAT l TYPE B - VERTICAL FOLDING PANEL l TYPE C - VERTICAL SLIDING PANEL l TYPE D - VERTICAL SLIDING PANEL (HORIZONTAL STOW) l TYPE E - HORIZONTAL SLIDING PANEL (HORIZONTAL BI-PARTING) l TYPE F - HORIZONTAL SLIDING PANEL (MULTIPLE STOW)

21 ROLLER CURTAIN SLAT (TYPE A) l LIGHT WEIGHT l COMPACT STOW l EASILY SHOCK QUALIFIED l EASILY MAINTAINED l COST EFFECTIVE l INSIDE OR OUTSIDE MOUNT l DEFLECTION LIMITED l SIMPLE OPERATION

22 VERTICAL FOLDING PANEL (TYPE B) l COMPACT STOW l LOW RCS CAPABLE l HIGH WEIGHT l NON-INTERCHANGEABLE PANELS l DIFFICULT TO SHOCK QUALIFY l REQUIRES OVERSIZED DOOR OPENING l COMPLEX DOGGING

23 VERTICAL SLIDING PANEL (TYPE C) l COMPACT STOW l LIGHT WEIGHT l EASILY SHOCK QUALIFIED l INTERCHANGEABLE PANELS l EASILY MAINTAINED l LOW RCS CAPABLE l COMPLEX DOGGING

24 VERTICAL SLIDING PANEL (TYPE D) l OVER CENTER SELF LOCKING l LIGHT WEIGHT l EASILY SHOCK QUALIFIED l INTERCHANGEABLE PANELS l LOW RCS CAPABLE l OVERHEAD SPACE REQUIRED

25 HORIZ. SLIDING PANEL (BI-PART) (TYPE E) l LIGHT WEIGHT l SELF BALANCING l INTERCHANGEABLE PANELS l SPANS LARGE WIDTHS l EASILY MAINTAINED l EASILY SHOCK QUALD l SIDE SPACE & DECK GUIDE REQUIRED l NO RCS SLOPE

26 HORIZ. SLIDING PANEL (ALT) (TYPE F) l LIGHT WEIGHT l SPANS LARGE WIDTHS l EASILY MAINTAINED l EASILY SHOCK QUALD l SIDE SPACE & DECK GUIDE REQUIRED

27 DOOR ADAPTATIONS AND SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS l DOOR DOGGING SYSTEMS l DRIVE SYSTEM OPTIONS - ELECTRIC vs. PNEUMATIC vs. HYDRAULIC l COUNTERBALANCE vs. NON-COUNTERBALANCE l SPANNING LARGE OPENINGS

28 DRIVE SYSTEM OPTIONS l FOUR CATEGORIES ELECTRIC PNEUMATIC HYDRAULIC MANUAL l CAN BE CONFIGURED FOR PRIMARY SYSTEMS SECONDARY SYSTEMS AND EMERGENCY SYSTEMS

29 DOOR COUNTERBALANCING l CAN BE FITTED TO MOST DOOR TYPES l COUNTERBALANCES CAN REDUCE DOOR DRIVE LOADS l COUNTERBALANCE TYPES TORSION SPRING OR GAS SPRING l COUNTERBALANCES ARE NOT REQUIRED FOR LIGHT WEIGHT OR BALANCED PANEL DOORS l RESULTS IN ADDITIONAL WEIGHT & COMPLEXITY

30 SPANNING LARGE OPENINGS l LARGE SPANS CREATE A CHALLENGE l SEVERELY IMPACTS CURTAIN SIZE WEIGHT IN-SERVICE MAINTENANCE l CHALLENGE MAY BE ADDRESSED IN A NUMBER OF WAYS INCREASING PANEL SIZE & SECTION IN A BEAM TYPE DOOR USE OF A HORIZONTAL SLIDING DOOR INNOVATIVE USE OF COMBINATION TYPE DOOR TECHNOLOGY & MATERIALS USE OF INTERMEDIATE GUIDE PILASTER

31 GUIDE PILASTER OPTIONS

32 INDAL TECHNOLOGIES INC. A Total Capability

33 NAVAL HANDLING SYSTEMS & STRUCTURES Towed Array Dipping Sonar Pilot Visual Cues VDS UAVs Torpedo DecoyHangarDoors SonarTransducer & Dome RAST/ASIST & Towed Array Mine Countermeasures Submarine

34 ENGINEERING machining welding DoD MANUFACTURING PROGRAM MANAGEMENT multi- disciplined advanced development fabrication elect assy cost/schedule ITI QUALITY ASSURANCE ISO 9001 MIL-Q-9858A PRODUCT SUPPORT R & O field service ILS-Tech Pubs TEST flight deck cable hdlg thermal/vibration load an integrated and total company capability projects handled from cradle to grave

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