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MIL-B-53090(ME)
f.
Travel 654 feet.(200 meters) forward.
g.
Repeat steps c through f twice.
h.
Travel minimum of 4.6 miles (7600 meters) to second minefield area.
i.
Repeat steps c through f three times.
j.
Operation is completed.
3.13.3 Maintainability. The Ml MCBS maintainability factors shall be in the limits according to the
following:
Action
No less than
Not to exceed
MTTR (field level)
1 man-hour
MTTR (direct support)
1 man-hour
Max. corrective time (direct support)
2 man-hours
Lubrication (once to) Adjustments
4 operation hrs.
Routine operator maintenance
4 operation hrs.
30 minutes
3.14 Lubricants. The M1 MCBS shall be capable of full performance utilizing a lubricant conforming
to MIL-L- 46176 or silicon lubricant based in accordance with VV-D-1078 without adverse affect on
Ml MCBS components, (see 4.7.12).
3.15 Treatment and painting. The Ml MCBS shall be finished or painted to provide a low infrared
reflectance surface. All hardware not normally painted shall be treated to provide limited reflectivity.
Normally painted surfaces shall be cleaned and treated conforming to TT-C-490, applicable method I
type III (wash primer), 0.4-0.6 mil thick. Prime per MIL-P-52192, MIL-P-53030 or MIL-P-53022.
Primer shall have a dry film thickness of 1.0 -1.5 mi1s. The final painted surfaces shall be color green 383
applied in two coats at least 1.8 mils which (total) without sags, runs or thin areas and shall conform to
MIL-C-53039 or MIL-C-46168, (see table I, examination schedule and 4.7.13).
3.16 Construction.
3.16.1 Workmanship. The Ml MCBS shall have no evidence of cracks, burrs, sharp edges, loose
parts, foreign matter or any other evidence of poor workmanship, (see table I, examination schedule).
3.16.2 Interchangeability. All parts, components and assemblies having the same part number shall be
functionally and physically interchangeable, (see table I, examination schedule).
3.16.3 Weight. The weight of the M1 MCBS shall not exceed 8,000 pounds (3600 kg). Total weight
of the Ml MCBS with all associated hardware and items of equipment including packaging/shipping
containers shall not exceed 9750 pounds (4387 kg).
3.17 Marking. All M1 MCBS components shall be marked in accordance with the requirements of
MIL-STD-130, (see table I).
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