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MIL-A-81378(AS)
in accordance with the procedures of Specification MIL-T-5422 and interference tests in
accordance with Specification MIL-I-6181.
4.2.3
Preproduction Approval -Approval of the preproduction sample shall be
by the procuring activity upon satisfactory completion of all tests. No production equip-
ments shall be delivered prior to the approval of the preproduction sample, Prefabrication
of production equipment prior to the approval of the preproduction sample is at the con-
s
tractor own risk. The approved preproduction sample shall be retained by the contractor
for his use in the fabrication and testing of equipment to be submitted for acceptance. The
preproduction sample shall not be considered as one of the equipments under the contract.
4.2.4
Production Equipments - Equipments supplied under the contract shall
in all respects, including design, construction, workmanship, performance and quality, be
equivalent to the approved preproduction sample. Each equipment shall be capable of suc-
cessfully passing the same tests as imposed on the preproduction sample. Evidence of
noncompliance with the above shall constitute cause for rejection and for equipment already
accepted by the Government, it shall be the obligation of the contractor to make necessary
corrections as approved by the procuring activity.
4.3
Initial Production Tests - One of the first ten production equipments shall
be selected and sent at the contractor's expense to a designated Government laboratory for
tests. This equipment shall be selected by the procuring activity after the equipment has
successfully passed all individual tests. The preproduction sample shall not be selected
for this test.
Scope of Tests - This equipment may be subjected to any and all tests the
4.3.1
procuring activity deems necessary to assure that the production equipment is equivalent to
the previously approved preproduction sample in design, construction, workmanship, per-
formance and quality and that it meets all applicable requirements.
4.3.2
Accessory Material - In addition to the complete equipment submitted
for initial production tests, the contractor shall also submit such accessory material and
data necessary to test the equipment.
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4.3.3
Initial Production Sample Approval - Approval of the initial production
sample shall be by the procuring activity upon satisfactory completion of all tests. Any de-
sign, material or performance defect made evident during this test shall be corrected by
the contractor to the satisfaction of the procuring activity. Failure of the initial production
sample to pass any of the tests shall be cause for deliveries of equipment under the contract
to cease until proper corrective action is approved and accomplished. Corrective action
shall also be accomplished on equipment previously accepted when requested by the pro-
curing activity.
4.3.4
Reconditioning of Initial Production Test Sample - On completion of the
initial production test, the equipment shall be reworked by the contractor by replacing all
wear or damaged items. After reworking, the contractor shall resubmit the equipment for
acceptance.
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