a. Report all tests, graphically presented when possible, together with a
detailed statement indicating compliance, or extent of compliance with all
requirements of this and the detail specifications referring specifically to
paragraph numbers. Wherever a requirement is considered to be not applicable,
the report should so state.
Summary of all tests.
Diagrams of all test setups.
Outline and description of test and test conditions.
Copies of test log sheets.
Photographs as required.
Assembly and cross-sectional drawings.
Test Sample for the Procuring Activity - All items subjected to test
shall be available for submittal to the procuring activity for inspection and
test for a period of at least two years following submittal of the test report.
Additional test items shall be submitted as required by the contract or order.
4.5 Acceptance Tests - Acceptance tests shall consist of the following individu-
al tests to which each ejector shall be subjected (the fuel shall be that speci-
fied in the model specification).
Examination of Product (4.6.1)
b. Calibration (test per 18.104.22.168 shall be performed at a single point. The
nozzle pressure and flow ratio shall be specified by the detail specification.
The test shall be performed only if required by the detail specification).
4.6 Test Methods
4.6.1 Examination of Product - The units shall be clean and free of any con-
taminants, oil, grease, preservatives, or any material not specified on the
applicable assembly drawings. Each unit shall be inspected and certified to be
in accordance with the applicable drawings and specifications.
22.214.171.124 Pressure/Flow - Operate the ejector at the following conditions: Reid
vapor pressure and max inlet pressure as specified in the model specification.
The pump shall be tested at those nozzle pressures required by the model specifi-
a. At each nozzle pressure (Pi) condition, discharge pressure (Pal) shall
be varied over the complete operating range of the ejector.