TABLE III. Classification of defects Continued.
Faulty workmanship affecting performance (see 3.7).
Clutch, switch, lamp, circuit breaker, and leads; improper Visual and
assembly, damaged, or inoperative.
AQL 150 defects/100 units
Dimensions not affecting interchangeability, not within
tolerance (see 3.3).
Identification marking, improper (see 3.3 and 3.5).
Technical literature; missing or incomplete (see 3.3.3).
Right angle drive, pump and coupling; improper
installation or leaks.
Front mounting brackets and moldboard; improper
Control assembly and guards; improper installation.
Hydraulic cylinders, reservoir, filter, hoses, pipes, and
guards; improper installation, incorrect fluid level or
Finish; improper coverage, application, or materials
Faulty workmanship affecting appearance (see 3.7 and
Clutch, switch, lamp, circuit breaker, and leads; improper
1/ SIE = Standard Inspection Equipment.
126.96.36.199.1 Unclassified defects. All defects that have no effect on function, safety,
interchangeability or life, but are considered departures from good workmanship will be noted in
writing. Workmanship deficiencies falling within this category and recurring in five consecutive
lots, or ten lots or more within a 30-day period will be added to the minor defects classification
with no increase in AQLs.
4.5.3 Test. One bulldozer kit from each 50 bulldozer kits shall be subjected to the tests
specified in table II.
4.5.4 Failure. Failure of any bulldozer kit to pass any of the specified inspections shall be
cause for the Government to refuse acceptance of the production quantity represented, until
action taken by the contractor to correct defects and prevent recurrence has been approved by the