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MIL-R-46837B (MI)
4.2.2.1 Examination. The raceways shall be examined for design,
construction, materials, components, dimensions, marking, and workmanship to
determine compliance with the requirements of this specification. Any deviation from
those requirements shall be cause for rejection.
4.2.2.2 Tests. An enamel finished sample from each lot shall be tested with a
3/4 inch diameter ball at a 5 inch-pound impact over a hollow anvil. After the impact,
the enamel coating shall remain unbroken, even if the surface of the metal is dented by
the impact force.
4.2.2.3 Packaging inspection. Preservation, packaging, packing, and marking
for shipment and storage shall be inspected to determine compliance with the
requirements of section 5.
TABLE V. Sampling plan.
Lot Size
Sample Size
2 to 3
100%
4 to 25
3
26 to 50
5
51 to 90
6
91 to 150
7
151 to 280
10
281 to 500
11
501 to 1200
15
1201 to 3200
18
3201 to 10,000
22
10,001 and over
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In all cases:
Acceptance number is ZERO
Rejection number is ONE
5. PACKAGING
5.1 Preservation. Preservation, packaging, packing, unitization, and marking
shall be level A, B, or Commercial (see 6.2).
5.1.1 Level A or B. Raceways shall be packaged in accordance with
MIL-P-116, Method III, utilizing containers conforming to PPP-B-636, class weather
resistant or PPP-B-636, variety 2. Raceways shall be packaged in 5 or 10 increments,
a maximum of 100 feet to the container.
5.1.2 Commercial. Preservation and packaging shall be in accordance with the
requirements of MIL-STD-1190.
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