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MIL-M-17059A(SHIPS)
(n) Brush shunts are adequately attached to the brush material by embedding or riveting.
(o) `Brush size is as shown on the approved drawing and fits properly in the holder without sanding
or filing and brushes move freely in the brushholders in the direction parallel to the length of
the brush.
(p) Brush tension is adjustable and is set as shown on the approved drawing. Spring tension can be
readily measured by spring scale.
(q) Brushes are properly aligned parallel to the shaft and do not extend beyond the edge of the slip
rings.
(r) Brush lug terminals are properly secured by screws which are not used for securing the brush- I
holders to the rigging.
(s) Brush leads are furnished with lugs which are adequately secured.
(t) Water slingers are secured to the shaft as shown on approved drawing.
(u) Air gaps have been adjusted to design value and are uniform within the limits shown on the ap-
proved drawing.
(v) Bearings have been lubricated with grease as specified on approved drawing.
(w) Except where prelubricated bearings are used, grease pipes, cups and drains are as shown on
approved drawing.
(x) Air baffles are securely attached and do not interfere with rotating elements.
(y) Equipment enclosure is as shown on the approved drawing.
(z) Drain plugs are provided as shown on approved drawing.
(aa) The motor, other than identification plates or shaft extensions is painted as shown on the ap-
proved drawing.
(bb) Identification and instruction plates are legible and are complete as shown on the approved
drawing.
(cc) Mounting feet are flat, square, and are as shown on approved drawing.
(dd) The overall dimensions, mounting dimensions, distance from shaft center line to bottom of
feet, and location of terminal boxes are as shown on the approved drawing.
(ee) For close-coupled motors, the shaft runouts, mounting flange concentricity and squareness are
as shown on the approved drawings.
(ff) Shaft seals, are the proper type and are secured as shown on the approved drawing.
(gg) Where high tensile bolts or screws such as socket head types are used, provision is made to
prevent replacement with a lower tensile strength bolt or screw. Thread-cutting screws
(self tapping) are not used to secure any part of the motor.
(hh) Where oil lubrication is used, the lubrication system is complete as shown on the approved
drawing and there is no leakage of oil into or out of the motor.
(ii) Motor, particularly bearing housings, is clean and free of dirt, metal chips or other foreign
materials.
Stationary lead wires do not contact rotating parts.
(jj)
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