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MIL-C-24604(SH)
5.2.2  Level B. Cylinders  preserved-packaged  as  specified  (see  5.1)
shall be packed for shipment in any of the following containers at the
contractor's  option.
Type or class
Specification
Class-domestic
PPP-B-636
Class-domestic
PPP-B-640
Domestic
PPP-B-601
Class 1
PPP-B-621
Shipping containers shall be closed in accordance with the applicable box
specification  or  appendix  thereto, with method I closure applicable to
PPP-B-636  boxes.
Shipping containers shall not exceed the gross weight
Wood , plywood, or
limitations  of  the  applicable  box  specification.
wood-cleated boxes exceeding 200 pounds gross weight shall be modified
by the addition of skids in accordance with the box specification.
5.2.3  Level  C. Cylinders  preserved-packaged  as  specified  shall
be packed for shipment in containers acceptable to the common carrier and
which will insure safe delivery at destination  in a satisfactory condition
Containers,  packing and method of shipment
at the lowest applicable rate.
shall comply with Uniform Freight or National Motor Freight  Classification
rules and regulations or other carrier rules as applicable to the mode of
transportation.
5.2.4  Palletization.  Alternatively  to  level  B  packing,  cylinders
packaged as specifi ed in 5. 1 may be palletized In accordance with
MIL-STD-147.
5.3  Marking.  In addition to any special marking required by the
contract or order (see 6.2.1), interior packages, exterior shipping
containers,  and palletized loads shall be marked in accordance with
MIL-STD-129  and  MIL-P-116.
NOTES
6.
Intended use. Cylinder covered by this specification are
6.1
intended for use in lifeboat inflation equipment conforming to MIL-I-24490,
for storage of air at high pressure.
6.1.2  Typ e II.
These cylinders are for use with MK 6 lifeboat for
25 persons.
Ordering data.
6.2
Acquisition
requirements.
Acquisition
documents
should
6,2.1
specify the following:
Title, number, and date of this specification.
(a)
Type required (see 1.2).
(b)
First article inspection item markings (see 4.3.1).
(c)
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