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Approved For Re t-r-R! Y4571~x~i~ i 0 G 0 COUNTRY -t`SSR(Chelyabinsk Oblast) SUBJECT CMZZ machine Factory at Chel rabinsk 25X1 C 25X1A I I Commnt. W'( is It'Y.eved o he an a7bbrtivia--bicrn of Chelyabinsk ail ~.han? c:Iaeskl. Zaavod, meaning Chelyabinsk 1 chanical Plant0 For location and layout sketches of this plan ~, see Annexes I aid. 2 The :eT met location of this plant has not yet been definitely estgblished0 Previous i.n.formation ~ndioat l that V h3 '- nesmanrn tii e plant and the Large elect tic pee' plant wore due north of Chelyabinsk and the Kirov Tractor Plant and t. ie Ordzhoniki-dz- Plant No 78 were east of the town,, -whereas source stated that a?.1 these installations vmre east of the tc tr n and that the C plant was ,outh of the tube plant and. Vh a power plant, NO. OF ENCL`3. 3 (tS1ED BELOW) 25X1X 1, The C14Z 11:1achine Factor, is about 5JO rneters southeast of an eln;, t rio power station on the ciastern ed;u of Chelyabinsk (55?10'/61025`E). Chelyabinsk Oblast., ioviet foreman stated that the plant was e:'ected about 20 years a 'o, 'o structurea changes or -pansion work were observed for a new adndnistration building and a new foundry` zyr was anything known about glans for further expansion. The plant arEaa was about 800 x 300 metisr?, and. was surrounded by a fence, about 2 ~nE :ter high, Power was supp:.ied by a large nearby pour plant. No inter- ruptions in the power supply were observed, The plant had a spar tm4ack4 2, Until MMy 1949, the plant produced one 10-ton railroad crane pe: - oa th, five 3-ton truck crar,aes per month, nd six dredges per year,, The plant also produced an imlaio quan titt' of cogwheels for the Kirov T < ac 'acs: - ' lant, These wheels were 1200 min in diameter and 100 to 120 rran thick, The new foundry was scheduled to be co.pleted in late 19119 and =?.t was expected that production would then be increased.. Incoming raw consisted of structural steel (Profileis,-:n-1) ' steel .meets, raw iron, raw eiteal.. bal. bearings and lumber and were '.:3 nipped by rai.o Finished prodv,.cts were al;o hipped by rail., The plant employed about 400 civU.ian workers, of when 30 pat.'cen`; wore women, 25X1 I'T'here were al no 40 to 50 ?Ns workin ; in this plant. Work was !.,no two F Ihour shifts, ftj N 4l rr ?? nl C~j " r. ~ 4Y 1.9 ra 3 annexes; 3 sketches on ditto CD NO. DATE DISTR. 27 %bury i9 NO.OF PAGES 1. 25X1 A SUPPLEMENT TO REPORT NO. 25X1 Approved For Release 2003/02/27 : CIA-RDP82-00457RO10700220003-0 L 25X1 I 'T Le gent z 25X1A 1. Kirov Trsictor Plant. 2. ' lectric power plant with B smokostacks. 3. -OMZ Machine Factory. 4 Ordzhoni.ktdzc, Plant No 78. 5~ Pt Camp 7601. Fa Iff(annesr,,iann-tube plant, 7a Rolling mill for automobile components.. 8. PYu Camp 7606. 9. 4t:orkers' settlement. OONFIDEI tAL 25X1 Approved For Release 2003/02/27 : CIA-RDP82-00457R010700220003-0 25X1 Approved=F$r Release 2003/02/27 : CIA-RDP82-0045tR010700220q C1WI .L IWT'MLI-. rWC! ., antdC: oui G he (? % cZc.iner,.' a G;,c,. it Lade See next pagm. U::FILE ?TThLA It r: Icdrq - 2 C' 25X1A 25X1 Approved For Release 2003/02/27 : CIA-RDP82-00457RO10700220003-0 Approved For Release 2003/02/27 : CIA-RDP82-00457RO10700220003-0 25X1 E-U, jI----- CENTRAL lITM LYG ".NC > AGENCY Ltryend to Annex 2: Annex 2/2? 1. New machine shop, a stone bua..ldings 180x80. meters, quipped with metal- working machines, including vertical turning and !.ring ni..ad1'..nes with a diameter of 3.5 meters, built under license of the Niles fa .3; two 2. compressors of Germa a lifting power of 3 at full capacity. Shop for assembly of n origin,, and three cranes , 10? and 20 tons. This se railroad cranes, 50 x 40 m of Americayl urigri ction was no t ye t:, eters, with sidings n with operating where, 10-ton cranes were m ounted on two and four axle cars. Soma Ameri can cranes were used as models. Not more than one crane was uiiiir construct Lion at a time, 3. Welding shop, 80 x 40 meters, equipped with electric weldlzappsr&tub 4. New administration building under construction, 20 x 10 meters? The foundation wall had only been built to a height of 1 meter "rsr May 1949, 5. Old administration building, 50 x 8 meters, wooden hut,, 6. Old machine shop, 120 z 50 meters. Half of the - rmhiricry in this shop was of German make and half of Soviet make. The gquipment included several milling machines for cogwheels, 1 bevel milling machine (Kegel- fraesmaschine) -made by the K1:in;elberg firm, 1 bevel wheel slotting machine (Kegelradstossmaachine)-, 1 slotting machine for cog hheels, 4 turning and boring lathes, 20 standard lathes, 5 milling mach Ines, 1 large. planting bench and a number of boring machines. In addition to components for cranes and dredges, this shop menufaetm-ed cccgwhcels for the Kirov Tractor Plant, 7. Forge, 100 x 20 meters, equipped with 2 pneumatic hammers, 2 eccentric presses, 4 iron saws and 1 shearing machine made by the Sonr;ta; gizmo All the machinery was of German origin. 8.. Pattern-making shops 50 x 20 meters, where casting molds were innde. This shop also made driver's cabs for the truck cranes. 9. Old foundry, 50 x 25 meters, with an obsolete Russian coking furnace. Castings for dredges and cranes were made in this foundry. 10. New foundry, L0 x 30 meters, a raw brick building,, 10 meters high, with large windows. 11. Store building, 100 x 10 meters, a wooden hut on concrete foundation, 12. Repair shop., a stone building, 80 x 30 maters with some metal wo sting machines., 80 percent of which were of German origin, and 20 pere,3nt were of Hungarian and :Soviet origin. On the second floor was a too! sects. on equipped with German and Amerlcsn machinery used for making :recision parts (Feinteile). 13. Kitchen, a wooden building, 50 x 8 meters. 14. 15,, Wocden fence, 2 meters high. Spur track "Leading to electric power station. 25X1A 25X1 Approved For Release 2003/02/27 : CIA-RDP82-00457RO10700220003-0 25X1 Les ;nd z 25X1A A. railroad crane frith a liftinC capacity of 10 tons, mounted on two and four-axa- a cars and po:7ered by a ;7iesel err ;ire, which far short dirt rnces can be anatched over to drive the car. This crane was said to be"a duplicate of as us-t;;rpe. 1a Turnirg platform (L--nflranz) 1,2 meters in dial ter 2. Iron plate used as couriterweI.ght B, h 3-ton truck crane riourited on a Z truck. ri,;nL supports i ere lowered under the sv,teels vrhen the crane was in operation. 1. Traveling position of crane 2. .,orlc:n,; position of crane 3. E ;ine casing of crane, ho-sing a Diesel engine 25X1 Approved For Release 2003/02/27: CIA-RDP82-00457R010700220003-0 25X1A Approved For Release 2003/02/27 : CIA-RDP82-00457RO10700220003-0 Approved For Release 2003/02/27 : CIA-RDP82-00457RO10700220003-0