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MIL-P-60335C (MU)
4.3 Inspection Provisions
4.3.1 Lot formation.-The term "inspection lot" as used
in this specification is defined as an essentially homogeneous
collection of units of product from which a representative sample
is drawn and inspected to determine conformance with applicable
requirements,  The sample selected shall represent only that quantity
of units from which the sample was drawn, and shall not be construed
to represent any prior or subsequent quantities presented for
inspection.  Homogeneity shall be considered to exist provided
the inspection lot has been produced by one manufacturer, in one
unchanged process, in accordance with the same drawing, same
drawing revision, same specification and same specification
revision and complies with the provisions for submission of
product as specified In MIL-STD-105.  Changes to the process,
specification or drawing not affecting safety, performance,
interchangeability or storage as determined by the Government,
shall not be deemed to alter the homogeneity of an inspection lot.
All material submitted for inspection in accordance with this
specification shall comply with the homogeneity criteria specified
herein, regardless of the type of sampling procedure which is
being applied to determine conformance with requirements.  Lot
numbering, as required, shall be In accordance with MIL-STD-1168.
Each inspection lot of projectile loading assemblies shall contain:
a.  Metal parts or metal parts assemblies from one
manufacturer in accordance with the same drawing, same drawing
revision, same specification and same specification revision.
b.  Loaded illuminant canister assemblies from one
manufacturer In accordance with the same drawing, same drawing
revision, same specification and same specification revision.
c.  Parachute assemblies from one manufacturer In
accordance with the same drawing, same drawing revision, same
specification and same specification revision.
4.3.1.1 Heat treatment lots.-Heat treatment lots shall
contain components from not more than one heat of steel that has
been heat treated in the same heat treating equipment, at the
same temperature, in one unchanged process.  The heat treatment
lot thus constituted shall be the basis for the selection of
tensile samples as described in paragraph 4.3.3.5.
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