126.96.36.199 Repair parts. Repair parts when applicable, shall be preserved in
accordance with the applicable method(s) of preservation of MIL-P-116.
5. 1.1.6 Maintenance tools. Maintenance tools when applicable, shall be
preserved in accordance with the level A preservation and packaging requirements
188.8.131.52 Consolidation. The hot-oil piping and the asphalt hose - shall be
secured in the dedrumming tunnel. Other loose components shall be consolidated
in the accessory box, as space permits, and the box closed and secured.
Components that will not fit in the accessory box shall be consolidated together
in a close fitting box conforming to PPP-B-601, overseas type, style optional.
Strapping of the box shall not be required.
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Each complete melter shall be preserved in accordance with
Packing shall be level A or commercial as specified (see 6.2).
5.2.1 Level A. Each complete melter preserved as specified in 5.1, shall be
packed in a crate conforming to MIL-C-104, style A, type and ClaSS optional.
Blocking, bracing, and anchoring of the contents to the crate base shall be in
accordance with the appendix to the crate specification and in accordance with
5.2.2 Commercial. Each complete melter, preserved as specified in 5.1, shall
be packed in accordance with MIL-STD-1188.
Marking for military levels of protection (level A) shall be
Commercial marking shall be in accordance with MIL-STD-1188.
6.1 Intended use. The asphalt melter is intended to be used in removing
asphalt from 55-gallon drums and heating and storing the asphalt at a desired
Procurement documents should specify the following:
6.2 Ordering data.
Title, number, and date of this specification.
Date of issue of DoDISS applicable and exceptions thereto (see 2.1.1).
Time frame required for submission of first article melters (see 3.2).
When first article is not required (see 3.2).