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MIL-L-85889(AS)
4.5.2.12 Rocket motor performance static firing. The igniter shall be installed in a rocket motor in the manner
representative of its operational condition (see 6.3.1.2). The rocket motor shall be conditioned to the specified
temperature Within 10 minutes after removal from the conditioning chamber, the rocks motor shall be attached
to a test fixture and static fired. The igniter current shall replicate that of the end use application. Post-firing inspection
shall be in accordance with the marginality of success evaluation plan (see 4.2.3.4).
5. PACKAGING
5.1 Preservation. Igniters shipped outside of the contractor's facility shall utilize methods of preservation to
protect material against corrosion, physical and mechanical damage and other forms of deterioration in accordance
with the requirements of MIL-P-116
5.2 Packaging.
5.2.1 Shipment by military air. Igniters required to be shipped by military air shall be prepared for shipment
according to the provisions of NAVSUP Publication 505.
5.2.2 Shipment by other than milittary air. Igniters to be shipped by a mode of transportation other than military
air shall be prepared for shipment according to the provisions of MIL-STD-648, MIL-HDBK-157, 14 CFR 49,46 CFR
14G and 49 CFR 100-199.
5.3 M a r k i n g .
5.3.1 Item marking. Igniters intended for delivery shall meet the marking and labeling requirements of
MIL-STD-130.
5.3.2 Container marking. Igniter shipping containers shall meet the marking and labeling requirements of 49
CFR 100-199, and MIL-STD-129.
5.4 Transportation. Igniters shipped outside the contractor's facility shall be shipped by approved modes of
transportation in accordance with 49 CFR 100199.
6. NOTES
6.1 Intended use. The solid propellant rocket motor igniters described herein are JATO system components.
The JATOs are used to assist manned aircraft, targests, and remotely piloted vehicles during takeoff.
6.2 Ordering data.
6.2.1 Acquisition requirements. Acquisition documents should specify the following:
a. Title, number and date of this specification
b. Type of igniter (see 1.2)
c. Mechanical interface requirements (see 3.2.1.5)
d. Electrical interface requirements (see 3.2.1.5)
e. Redundant ignition circuit requirements (see 3.2.1.7)
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