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MIL-A-194@1(Aer)
3.8.3 Vibration - The equipment shall be subjected to
vibration conditions as specified in OD 8176 except that
the total excursion shall not exceed 0.031 inch.
3.8.4 Shock - The equipment shall not suffer damage or
subsequently  to  provide  the  performance  specified  herein
when it is mounted as normally used and is subjected to six
(6) impact shocks of log's, each shock impulse having a time
duration of 11 1 milliseconds. See BuOrd drawing 776762
for normal mounting. Two (2) shocks shall be applied in each
of the three (3) principal axes, one (1) shock in each
direction.
3.9 Lubrication - Lubrication shall be in accordance
with insturctions on BuOrd drawing 790459.
3.10 Workmanship - Workmanship shall be in accordance
with  the  best  instrument  practice.  Particular  attention
shall be given to machined surfaces to insure conformance
with drawing limitations and against superficial defects.
Attention shall also be given to painted areas to insure
clean and scratch-free surface.
4.
SAMPLING, INSPECTION, AND TEST PROCEDURE
4.1 General
Instructions
4.1.1 Responsibility for Tests - The contractor shall
furnish all samples, if required, and shall be responsible
for accomplishing the inspections and tests specified herein.
4.1.2  Previous  Approval - Acceptance or approval of
material during course of manufacture shall in no case be
construed as a guaranty of the acceptance of the finished
product.
4.1.3 Supervision  of  Tests - When inspection is
conducted at the Contractor's plant, all inspection and
testing shall be under the supervision of a Government
Inspector.
4.1.4 Record of Tests - The Contractor shall maintain a
record available to the Inspector, showing the results of all
Inspection Tests.
4.1.5 Laboratory  Facilities - Contractors not having
laboratory facilities satisfactory to the Inspector shall
engage the services of a commercial testing laboratory
acceptable to the Inspector.
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