Boarding Bridge Specification

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  • GENERAL SPECIFICATION PT. BUKAKA TEKNIK UTAMA

    PASSENGER BOARDING BRIDGE

    PT. BUKAKA TEKNIK UTAMA Bukaka Industrial Estate Aerospace And Aviation Business Unit Jl. Raya Bekasi - Cibinong Km 19.5 Cileungsi, Bogor Tel : (62-021) 823 2323 Ext : 522 - 526, Fax : (62-021) 8231151 e-mail: hima@bukaka.com, haeruddin@bukaka.com website: www.bukaka.com I N D O N E S I A

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    TABLE OF CONTENT

    1. GENERAL......................................................................................................................2 2. MODELS AND TYPES ..................................................................................................2 3. DIMENSIONAL CHARACTERISTICS ..........................................................................2 4. ROTUNDA ASSEMBLY ................................................................................................3 5. TELESCOPING TUNNELS ...........................................................................................5 6. SERVICE ACCESS........................................................................................................6 7. THE CABIN....................................................................................................................6 8. AIRCRAFT CLOSURE ..................................................................................................7 9. AUTOMATIC LEVELING SYSTEM (AUTO-LEVEL) ....................................................8 10. ADJUSTABLE CABIN FLOOR (OPTIONAL) ..............................................................9 11. CONTROL CONSOLE..................................................................................................9 12. UTILITIES....................................................................................................................11 13. CONTROL FEATURES AND INTERLOCKS.............................................................11 14. DRIVE COLUMN.........................................................................................................12 15. INTERIOR FINISHES..................................................................................................13 16. PAINTING AND CORROSION PROTECTION ..........................................................14 17. DESIGN CRITERIA.....................................................................................................14 18. STRUCTURAL LOADS ..............................................................................................14 19. ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS ...................................................................15 20. POWER CHARACTERISTICS ...................................................................................15 21. LIST OF PRODUCT OPTIONS...................................................................................15 22. INTERFACE TO ADDITIONAL / OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES. ................................17 23. CODES, REGULATIONS AND REFERENCES.........................................................17 24. MANUALS AND TRAINING .......................................................................................18 25. WARRANTY................................................................................................................18

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    GENERAL SPECIFICATION

    BUKAKA APRON DRIVE PBB

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    GENERAL SPECIFICATION

    BUKAKA APRON DRIVE

    PASSENGER BOARDING BRIDGES

    1. GENERAL.

    Bukaka apron drive passenger boarding bridges are designed to the highest industry standards, and built with the finest quality and workmanship possible. They are designed to extend from an elevated departure lounge to the aircraft boarding door, enabling passengers to walk to and from the aircraft completely protected from rain, wind, dust and aircraft engine blast. Bukaka boarding bridges consist of the following major components: a. Rotunda and Corridor which has an interface to the terminal building. b. Tunnel Sections (2 or 3 tunnels, which depend on the operational requirement) c. Vertical Drive Column and Wheel Assembly for the horizontal and vertical movement. d. Service Stairs and Landing for the access of internal employees / staffs. e. Cab and Aircraft Closure, which interface to the aircraft fuselage. f. Fully Computerized Control System

    2. MODELS AND TYPES

    BUKAKA apron drive bridges are available in a number of models, which can be grouped into two categories: a. Two Tunnel model b. Three Tunnel model

    All apron drive models can serve the wide range of commercial jet aircraft in operation today or planned for the future. Apron drive bridge model designations are determined by the measured length of the bridge, from the center of the rotunda to the end of the cab bumper, at full retraction and full extension. EXAMPLE: The R3 15/29 model is a three tunnel apron drive measuring approximately 15 meters at full retraction and 29 meters at full extension. The operational or working range for each bridge, differs from these measurements. For a better understanding of the actual operational characteristics of each model, refer to the listing of minimum / maximum operational ranges on the following pages. For additional details refer to the BUKAKA Passenger Boarding Bridge General Arrangement Drawings for two and three tunnel bridges.

    3. DIMENSIONAL CHARACTERISTICS Minimum dimensions for all Two Tunnel and Three Tunnel bridges are as follows:

    WIDTH HEIGHT Rotunda Interface Width 1300 mm 2310 mm

    Tunnels (only tunnel A) 1450 mm 2140 mm

    Inter-tunnel Ramp 1400 mm

    Interior Cab Closure 3100 mm

    Cab Weather Door Width 1300 mm 2390 mm

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    GENERAL SPECIFICATION

    BUKAKA APRON DRIVE PBB

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    APRON DRIVE - MODEL SELECTION CHART

    DESIGN LENGTH OPERATING LENGTH

    C/L ROTUNDA TO CAB BUMPER

    C/L ROTUNDA TO C/L CAB

    PBB MODEL (All Dimensions In Meters)

    MIN MAX MIN MAX TWO TUNNEL

    R2-15/22 15.39 22.33 12.01 18.95

    R2-16/24 16.45 24.46 13.07 21.08

    R2-17/26 17.49 25.62 14.11 22.24

    R2-18/27 17.94 26.53 14.56 23.15

    R2-19/28 18.55 27.75 15.17 24.37

    R2-20/30 19.72 30.08 16.34 26.70

    R2-22/32 21.51 31.87 18.13 28.49

    R2-23/33 23.10 32.58 19.72 29.20

    THREE TUNNEL R3-14/24 14.08 23.93 10.70 20.55

    R3-15/26 14.89 26.36 11.51 22.98

    R3-16/29 16.07 29.12 12.69 25.74

    R3-17/34 17.32 33.68 13.94 30.30

    R3-18/36 18.24 36.43 14.86 33.05

    R3-20/38 20.26 38.44 16.88 35.06

    R3-21/40 21.41 39.59 18.03 36.21

    R3-20/43 20.44 43.01 17.06 39.63 NOTES :

    1. All lengths and specifications are subject to change without notices. 2. All dimensions approximate + or -10 centimeters.

    4. ROTUNDA ASSEMBLY

    The Rotunda assembly consists of a corridor, rotunda and support column. The assembly is designed so that no loads or vibrations are transmitted to the building. The rotunda is designed as the pivoting end of the boarding bridge in the vertical and horizontal direction. As the main pivot, the rotunda allows the bridge to swing a total of 175 degrees, 87.5 degrees c/w and 87.5 degrees ccw from the corridor centerline. Over-travel and operational swing limits are located on the rotunda assembly. The over-travel swing limit switch is located on the support column. The trip plate for this switch is located on the rotunda and is adjustable to meet local conditions. When this switch is actuated it cuts off all control power so that the bridge can be moved only by using the by-pass switch in the control console. A warning buzzer will alarm as the rotunda reaches the over-travel swing limit. The actuation of this warning buzzer is adjustable to meet local conditions. The warning buzzer trip joint which is contained within the envelope of the over-travel limits, constitutes the operations swing limits.

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    a. CORRIDOR

    The corridor is the transitional interface between the rotunda and the terminal building or fixed passageway. The rotation of the bridge restricts the inside clear wide of the corridor and building, or fixed passageway.

    b. ROTUNDA FLOOR & INTERIOR The rotunda floor remains stationary and level at all times and provides a smooth transition between the terminal building and telescoping tunnels. Flap type seals provide weather protection between the rotunda and the hinged telescoping tunnel section. The rotunda area is totally enclosed by spring tensioned aluminum side coiling walls. These allow full bridge rotation and provide weather protection. The side coiling walls is made of clear anodized aluminum alloys. A circular type of fluorescent pendant light is installed at the center of the rotunda ceiling.

    c. ROTUNDA SUPPORT COLUMN The rotunda support column is the static support for the bridge. It is located at the terminal end of the boarding bridge. The support column rests on a foundation with 8 anchor bolts having 3 nuts each. The bridge foundation details, anchor bolt requirements and electrical requirements are available upon request.

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