CLASSIFICATION OF DEFECTS FOR PREPARATION FOR DELIVERY
Missing, incorrect} incomplete, illegible, of
improper size, location } sequence or method of
application; marking not the same on interior
and exterior containers.
Any non-conforming component; any component miss-
ing, damaged or otherwise defective.
Inadequate application of components such as in-
complete closure of the unit package, intermediate
package, container flaps, or loose strappings,
etc., bulging or distortion of the container.
Number per container is more or less than re-
Exterior and interior
quired; gross or net weight exceeds the require-
weight or content
Strength tests - Each sample adapter shall be subjected
to the following strength tests and shall meet the requirements of 3.4.1.
Static horizontal loading - Apply a load of 2300 pounds
to a collared adapter parallel to the base of the adapter, as shown in
Static vertical loading - Apply a load of 5475 pounds
to a collared adapter through the longitudinal axis of the adapter, as
shown in Figure 1.
Impact. loading - A force of 5950 pounds resulting from
impact loading shall be applied to the adapter at an angle of 22-1/2 degrees
as shown in Figure 1. The impact loading shall be applied as a half-sine
wave with a base of 0.050 seconds and a peak of 5950 pounds.
Vibration - Each sample adapter shall be fastened and
vertically tensioned to 200 pounds and vibrated in this condition on a
vibration table at a double amplitude of 1/16 inch at 60 cycles per second
for a period of 6 hours. The adapter shall meet the requirements of 3.4.2.
The endurance test shall be conducted after the completion of this test.
Endurance - The sample adapter which has been subjected
to the vibration test, shall be subjected to 1000 cycles of engaging and
disengaging, The adapter shall meet the requirements of 3.4.3.