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MIL-A-81371(AS)
4.4
Acceptance Tests - The contractor shall furnish all samples and shall
be responsible for accomplishing the acceptance tests. All inspection and testing shall be
under the supervision of the government inspector. Contractors not having testing facil-
ities satisfactory to the procuring activity shall engage the service of a commercial
testing laboratory acceptable to the procuring activity. The contractor shall furnish test
reports showing quantitative results for all acceptance tests. Such reports shall be signed
by an authorized representative of the contractor or laboratory, as applicable. Acceptance
or approval of material during the course of manufacture shall not be construed as a guar-
antee of the acceptance of the finished product. Acceptance tests shall consist of the
following:
(1)
Individual tests
(2)
Sampling tests
(3)
Reliability assurance tests
(4)
Special tests
4.4.1
Individual Tests - Each equipment submitted for acceptance shall be
subjected to the individual tests. These tests shall be adequate to determine compliance
with the requirements of material, workmanship, operational adequacy and reliability. As
a minimum, each equipment accepted shall have passed the following tests:
.
(1) Examination of product
(2) Operational test
(3) Manufacturing run in test
4.4.1.1
Examination of Product - Each equipment shall be examined carefully
to determine that the material and workmanship requirements have been met.
4.4.1.2
Operational Test - Each equipment shall be operated long enough to
permit the equipment temperature to stabilize and to check sufficient characteristics and
record adequate data, to assure satisfactory equipment operation.
4.4.1.3
Manufacturing Run In Test - Each equipment shall be operated under the
conditions specified herein for a period of 6 hours without failure. A failure shall be
defined as anything which causes malfunctioning of the equipment. Only those adjustments
will be permitted which can be made by using such controls and adjustments that are
accessible to the operator during the normal use of the equipment.
Temperature
Ambient room
Humidity
Ambient room
Vibration
Any selected frequency within
the range of 20 to 30 Hz
(excluding resonant points)
and a minimum amplitude
of + 3 g's
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