Barrón and Loring aircraft

c460

ACCESS: Secret
Joined
Oct 20, 2009
Messages
395
Reaction score
31
Early aircraft designed by Eduardo Barrón and built by Talleres de Cuatro Vientos:
- Barrón Flecha, observation biplane, adapted from a Lohner design, 6 built in Cuatro Vientos, 12 built by Carde y Escoriaza, Zaragoza, 1915
- Barrón W, observation biplane, 12 built in Cuatro Vientos, 1915
- Barrón Delta, observation biplane, prototype built in Cuatro Vientos, 1916
- (Barrón Triplano), no-name triplane fighter, prototype built in Cuatro Vientos, 1917

Aircraft supervised by Barrón and built by Pujol in Barcelona:
- España, fighter biplane, adapted from the Spad VII, 12 built by Pujol, Comabella y Cía, later Loring, Pujol y Cía, 1917-18

Aircraft designed by Barrón for La Hispano in Guadalajara:
- Hispano-Barrón no-name observation biplane, prototype, 1919
- Hispano-Barrón no-name fighter biplane, prototype, 1919

Aircraft designed by Jorge Loring at Loring, Pujol y Cía in Barcelona, and built by Talleres Hereter:
- Loring no-name observation biplane, prototype, 1919 (competing with the Hispano-Barrón)

Project designed by Barrón and Martín-Barbadillo:
- Martín-Barbadillo no-name six-engine triplane, project only, 1919-20

Aircraft and projects designed by Barrón and built by Talleres Loring, Carabanchel, Madrid:
- Loring RB, observation monoplane, prototype, 1923 (source for the RB name is http://www.network54.com/Forum/394728/message/1207317130/Fotograf%EDas+de+aviones+Loring+por+cortes%EDa+de+Jos%E9+Luis+Gonz%E1lez+Serrano-)
- Loring R-I, two-seat biplane, observation and light bombing, 30 built, 1925
- Loring R-II, one prototype taking heavier load than the R.I, ca.1925, no other info
- Loring R-III, biplane, observation and light bombing, 4 prototypes (1926) and 110 series aircraft (1927)
- Loring T-I, biplane trainer and light aircraft, one prototype, 1926
- Loring C-I, fighter, one prototype, 1927 or 1928
- Loring B-I, commercial biplane for 5 passengers, derivative of the R.III, prototype, 1929 or 1930
- Loring B-II, six-engine commercial monoplane, construction started but not finished, 1930
- Loring E-I, two-seat twin-boom light monoplane, prototype, 1929
- Loring E-II, parasol wing light monoplane, at least 4 built, 1930
- (Loring Trimotor), no-name three-engine "colonial" aircraft, 1931

Probable meaning of the initials:
- RB = Reconocimiento Barrón (??)
- R = Reconocimiento
- T = Turismo (?)
- C = Caza
- B = Barrón (??)
- E = ??

Barrón left Loring in 1932, and the company was reorganized as AISA (Aeronáutica Industrial S.A.) in 1934.
Last aircraft named after Loring, built by AISA:
- Loring X, two-seat low-wing monoplane, 1934

Other aircraft built by Talleres Loring in Carabanchel, whose designations are not related to the above:
- Fokker C.IV, 20 built under license, 1924-25
- Fokker F.VIIb/3m, 3 built under license, 1932
- Cierva C-7 autogyro, also called Loring C-VII
- Cierva C-12 autogyro, also called Loring C-XII
In 1934, Loring became AISA (Aeronáutica Industrial Sociedad Anónima).

Main sources:
- Hispano-Suiza 1904-1972 – Hombres, empresas, motores y aviones by Manuel Lage, LID, 2003, ISBN 8488717296
- "Eduardo Barrón y Ramos de Sotomayor", by José Warleta Carrillo, in Aeroplano no.6, 1989
 

c460

ACCESS: Secret
Joined
Oct 20, 2009
Messages
395
Reaction score
31
See drawings of R.I and R.III posted there:
http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,21617.0.html
 

hesham

ACCESS: USAP
Senior Member
Joined
May 26, 2006
Messages
28,170
Reaction score
5,717
The Loring Type X.
 

Attachments

  • 1.png
    1.png
    494.1 KB · Views: 131

Toryu

ACCESS: Restricted
Joined
May 5, 2019
Messages
22
Reaction score
47
Bomber two engines. By Eduardo Barrón and Herrera.
 

Attachments

  • Screenshot_20181130-182021_Samsung Internet.jpg
    Screenshot_20181130-182021_Samsung Internet.jpg
    365.5 KB · Views: 31
  • Screenshot_20181130-182045_Samsung Internet.jpg
    Screenshot_20181130-182045_Samsung Internet.jpg
    325.1 KB · Views: 26
  • Screenshot_20181130-182104_Samsung Internet.jpg
    Screenshot_20181130-182104_Samsung Internet.jpg
    440.4 KB · Views: 28
  • Screenshot_20181130-182122_Samsung Internet.jpg
    Screenshot_20181130-182122_Samsung Internet.jpg
    464.9 KB · Views: 36
  • Screenshot_20181130-190932_Samsung Internet.jpg
    Screenshot_20181130-190932_Samsung Internet.jpg
    243.4 KB · Views: 49

hesham

ACCESS: USAP
Senior Member
Joined
May 26, 2006
Messages
28,170
Reaction score
5,717
Amazing find Toryu,

many thanks,but what is your source ?.
 

hesham

ACCESS: USAP
Senior Member
Joined
May 26, 2006
Messages
28,170
Reaction score
5,717
The Loring Trimotor was called T-3;

In 1930, encouraged by the state call for a competition to build a multi-engine commercial airplane, Barrón and Loring tackled two ambitious projects: the “Loring B-II” and the “Loring T-3”. The B-II, which never went beyond the mere project, was a monoplane hexamotor of colossal dimensions and revolutionary performance for its time: a planned load of up to 20,000 kilos and 50 people, a radius of action of 2000 km and engines of 600 to 1000 horsepower, capable of developing speeds between 300 and 400 km / h, installed inside the wing, whose height of two meters allowed it to house special propeller transmissions and facilitate the permanence of the mechanics during the flight in engine maintenance tasks. Although conceived for passenger transport, the B-II could also be used as a long-range bomber, equipped with five tons of bombs and seven machine guns located inside rotating turrets. However, in April 1930, within a few months of starting work on the B-II, Barrón suffered a cerebral attack that left him incapacitated, so the project ended in a dead end.

In 1931, the prototype of the T-3 came out, also known as the “Loring Trimotor” or “Barrón Colonial”. It was a high-wing aircraft, with capacity for 14 passengers plus three crew members, with a structure made entirely of steel and powered by three Dragon engines (manufactured in Spain by Elizalde). However, in 1932, after several flights without incident, the plane crashed in Cuatro Vientos, killing the crew, probably due to a break in the wing that in turn caused the fuselage tubes to twist.


Loring T-2, also known as B-1, prototype commercial biplane with capacity for 5 passengers; built in 1929 or 1930.

 

Toryu

ACCESS: Restricted
Joined
May 5, 2019
Messages
22
Reaction score
47
The Loring Trimotor was called T-3;

In 1930, encouraged by the state call for a competition to build a multi-engine commercial airplane, Barrón and Loring tackled two ambitious projects: the “Loring B-II” and the “Loring T-3”. The B-II, which never went beyond the mere project, was a monoplane hexamotor of colossal dimensions and revolutionary performance for its time: a planned load of up to 20,000 kilos and 50 people, a radius of action of 2000 km and engines of 600 to 1000 horsepower, capable of developing speeds between 300 and 400 km / h, installed inside the wing, whose height of two meters allowed it to house special propeller transmissions and facilitate the permanence of the mechanics during the flight in engine maintenance tasks. Although conceived for passenger transport, the B-II could also be used as a long-range bomber, equipped with five tons of bombs and seven machine guns located inside rotating turrets. However, in April 1930, within a few months of starting work on the B-II, Barrón suffered a cerebral attack that left him incapacitated, so the project ended in a dead end.

In 1931, the prototype of the T-3 came out, also known as the “Loring Trimotor” or “Barrón Colonial”. It was a high-wing aircraft, with capacity for 14 passengers plus three crew members, with a structure made entirely of steel and powered by three Dragon engines (manufactured in Spain by Elizalde). However, in 1932, after several flights without incident, the plane crashed in Cuatro Vientos, killing the crew, probably due to a break in the wing that in turn caused the fuselage tubes to twist.


Loring T-2, also known as B-1, prototype commercial biplane with capacity for 5 passengers; built in 1929 or 1930.

Loring T-3 "colonial"
 

Attachments

  • downloadfile-1.jpg
    downloadfile-1.jpg
    132.6 KB · Views: 30
  • downloadfile.jpg
    downloadfile.jpg
    121.3 KB · Views: 34

Toryu

ACCESS: Restricted
Joined
May 5, 2019
Messages
22
Reaction score
47
Loring RB with engine of 300HP Hispano suiza
 

Attachments

  • Loring BR.png
    Loring BR.png
    458.7 KB · Views: 29
  • loring rb.PNG
    loring rb.PNG
    415.6 KB · Views: 31

hesham

ACCESS: USAP
Senior Member
Joined
May 26, 2006
Messages
28,170
Reaction score
5,717
From, Aviones Espanoles del siglo XX,

I don't know if we spoke about it here or not ?;

Loring-Pujol E.I
School and touring biplane, tested in 1918 by Domingo Rosillo.
Equipped with a Le Rhône of 60 HP, only one copy was built.
 

Attachments

  • 1.png
    1.png
    12.2 KB · Views: 22

Similar threads

Top