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MIL-P-45117E
4.3.4.1 (Cont)
(4) The lot will not be penalized for band particles thrown as a
result of normal band fringing or slivering.
4.3.5 Packaging, packing and marking inspection. -Inspection for packaging,
packing and marking shall comply with applicable requirements of MIL-STD-1169.
4.3.6 Inspection equipment. -Index of Inspection Equipment List IEL 7259334
identifies the applicable inspection equipment lists indicating the equipment
required to perform examination and tests prescribed herein,  Equipment
design shall be in accordance with code designation on the applicable IEL
(reference is made to Inspection Equipment List for definition of coding
format).
4.4 Test methods and procedures.
4.4.1 Band tightness. -The method of test shall comply with all requirements
of the operating instructions for the band tightness tester (Dwg. B7259545,
a detail-of IEL-7259334).  The inspection sample shall be cycled through
the tester to determine compliance with the rotating band tightness require-
ment.  The total measurement of radial void, registered on the tester in-
dicator at final ram pressure, shall be divided by four (number of indenters)
to determine the average radial void.
4.4.2 Soundness. -The method of inspection shall comply with all require-
ments of Operating Instructions Manual, Eddy Current Flaw Detector, Dwg.
D110752O3 (a detail of IEL 7259334) for Detecting Metal Discontinuity in
Projectile Bodies for 20mm Ammunition, except for those inspection re-
quirements which are reserved for Government application, as specified
herein.
4.4.2.1 Application of defect standards. -Master defect standards, refer-
enced in the Operating Instruction Manual, shall apply to resolve inspection
discrepancies occurring between the results of defect standards supplied
for contractor "soundness" inspection and those supplied for Government
"soundness" verification.  (see 6.6)
4.4.3 Automatic eddy current inspection effectiveness. -Equipent checkout
shall be performed as stated in the Operation Instruction Manual at the
start of each shift and after any adjustment or shutdown.  Upon completion
of checkout, cycle the PCS #1, front slot and rear slot standards through
the inspection system during automatic operation. All three standards
must be rejected to assure correct adjustment for reject level and scan
limits.  During remainder of shift the PCS #1 shall be cycled through the
equipment at intervals of 20 5 minutes during automatic operation.
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