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MIL-M-46309B(MU)
shall be in accordance with MIL-P-14232 and Section 5 herein. The tabulated
classification of defects in Tables I and II shall constitute the minimum
inspection to be performed by the supplier prior to Government acceptance
or rejection by lot.
TABLE I - CLASSIFICATION OF DEFECTS
4.3.3 Acceptance and rejection.- Rejected lots shall be screened
for all defective characteristics. Removal or correction of defective
units and resubmittance of rejected lots shall be in accordance with
"Acceptance and Rejection" as specified in MIL-STD-105.
4.4 Environmental.- Three (3) mounts shall be selected at random
from each 50 produced or from each month's production, whichever occurs
first, for the following tests specified in Table II.
TABLE II
4.4.1 Failure of sample.- Should any one item of a special sampling
fail
to meet the specified test requirements, acceptance of the product
will
be suspended by the Government until necessary corrections have been
made
by the contractor and the resubmitted samples have been approved
(see
4.3.3).
4.5 Inspection equipment.- Except as otherwise provided for by the
contract, the contractor shall supply and maintain inspection equipment
in accordance with the applicable requirements of MIL-I-45607.
4.5.1 Government furnished inspection equipment.- Where the contract
provides for Government furnished test equipment, supply and maintenance
of test equipment shall be in accordance with the applicable requirements
specified in MIL-I-45607.
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