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MIL-P-44401(GL)
Government furnished property
TABLE I.
Nomenclature
Quantity
Item No.
1/ Color shall be as specified in contract or purchase order
3.10 Workmanship.  The finish shall be free of blisters, peel, chipped areas
or areas of no film.  The finish shall be free from smudges, poor touch up,
scale, scratches, stain, overspray, sag, imprint, or embedded foreign matter.
Threaded fasteners shall not be broken, stripped. or loose.  Holes for rivets
shall be accurately punched or drilled and any burrs that would prevent proper
seating of the rivet shall be removed.  Rivets shall completely fill the holes,
with full size heads neatly finished and in full contact with the surface of the
member, and shall not be loose.
3.10.1 Welders.  Unless otherwise specified (see 6.2), before assigning any
welder to work, the contractor shall provide the Government inspection service
with the names of the welders to be employed in the work, together with
certification that each of the welders has passed a qualification test as
prescribed by either of the following listed codes for the type of welding
operation to be performed, and that such qualification is effective as defined by
that particular code as follows:
Standard Qualification Procedure of the American Welding Society.
a.
Welding Qualification of the American Society of Mechanical
b.
Engineers.
3.10.2 Welding.  The surface of parts to be welded shall be free from oxide,
scale, paint, grease, and other foreign matter.  Welds shall be continuous,
sound, smooth, and free from porosity, cracks, incomplete fusion, and deformation
of material.  All scale and flux deposits (when flux is used) shall be removed
from the finished welds, and rough edges and projections shall be dressed smooth.

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