Table II. Examination schedule (Packaging) (Cont'd).
Loose components not protected by boxing for for level A as
Crusher not preserved for level B as specified.
Semitrailer components not preserved for level B as specified.
Clutch not preserved for level B as specified.
Electrical components openings for level B not sealed with
tape as specified.
Exposed chains not preserved for level B as specified.
Drive belts not released from tension for level B as specified.
Conveyor belt fasteners are coated with varnish for level B not
Consolidation for level B not as specified.
Crusher not preserved for Commercial as specified.
Packaging not level A or Commercial as specified.
Packing for level A not as specified.
Packing for Commercial not as specified.
Technical publications not preserved for level A as specified.
Maintenance tools not preserved for level A as specified.
Repair parts not preserved for level A as specified.
Depreservation guide not furnished as specified.
Marking not in accordance with MIL-STD-l29.
5.1 Preproduction pack. The contractor shall furnish a preproduction pack for examination
and test within the time frame specified (see 6.2), to prove prior to starting production packaging
that the applied preservation, packing, and marking comply with the packaging requirements of
this specification. Examination and test shall be as specified in Section 4 and shall be subject to
surveillance and approval by the Government (see 6.4). The preproduction pack may be
accomplished utilizing either the preproduction model or a production model. When the
preproduction model is utilized, any preservation and packing shall be removed by the contractor
at no expense to the Government, when requested by the Government to facilitate comparison
between the preproduction model and the production model.