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MIL-P-44401(GL)
4.4.6 Packaging examination.  Examination shall be made of each press section
to determine that preservation, packing, and marking comply with section 5
requirements.  Any deviation from specified requirements shall be cause for
rejection of the press section.
4.5 Methods of inspection.
4.5.1 Performance test.  Each completed press section shall be connected to a
suitable electric power source, and the heat pumps, press, sink, and electrical
system (lights, switches, buttons, and outlets) shall be operated in accordance
with applicable technical manuals to insure proper operation.  All doors/drawers
shall be checked to insure smooth operation.  Any electrical or mechanical
malfunction or any leakage in sink shall constitute failure of this test.
4,5.2 Readability.  Following successful completion of test specified in 4.5.1
the complete press section, with all contents, shall be secured as specified in
section 5 and mounted on Government furnished mobilizers and subjected to a 50
mile road test.  The vehicle shall be driven at top legal speed, or as road
conditions permit, for this type equipment.  Not less than 10 miles of the test
course shall be unimproved roads such as earth or partially surfaced gravel, and
the remainder shall be improved roads such as concrete, asphalt, or macadam.  The
test shall include not less than 20 quick starts and stops of the vehicle on
grades of not less than 5 percent or greater than 10 percent.  50 percent of the
starts and stops shall be made on ascending grades and 50 percent on descending
grades.  At the completion of the test, the press section shall be reinspected
for the defects listed in table II. and retested as specified in 4.5.1.  Any
nonconformance noted on completion of the road test shall constitute failure of
the test.
5.
PACKAGING
5.1 Preservation and packing.  Preservation, packing, and marking shall be in
accordance with applicable drawings and TM 5-3610-293-13&P.  Care should be taken
to insure that desiccant conforming to MIL-D-3464, type I, has been loaded into
the shelter before closing.  A minimum quantity of 500 units of desiccant shall
be loaded into each shelter.
NOTES
6.
(This section contains information of a general or explanatory nature that may
be helpful, but is not mandatory.)
6.1 Intended use.  The press section is intended for transport to various
distribution areas for use in producing sheets of printed material.  The press
section is one part of the Modular Printing System and is used in a tactical
situation where early and rapid distribution of material is required by PSYOPS
units.
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