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Inspection conditions.



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MIL-R-85320(AS)
a.
First article inspection (see 4.3)
b.
Quality conformance inspection (see 4.4)
4.3
First article inspection. First article inspection shall
consist of all of the inspections listed in Table I.  First article
inspection report format shall be in accordance with MIL-STD-831 (see
6.3).
4.3.1
Sampling for the first article inspection. First article
ejector unit samples shall consist of the first two ejector units manu-
factured on contract.  The ejector units shall be permanently labeled A
and B for ease of identification.  Failure of the ejector units to pass
any of the first article inspections shall be cause for rejection (see
6.3).
4.4
(Quality conformance inspection.
Quality
conformance
inspection shall consist of the following inspections:
a.
Individual Inspections (see 4.4.1)
b.
Sampling Inspections (see 4.4.2)
Quality conformance inspection report format shall be in accordance with
MIL-STD-831 (see 6.3).
4.4.1
Individual inspections.  Individual inspections are those
inspections conducted on each ejector unit.  Individual inspections for
the ejector units are shown in Table II, Group I.  Failure to pass any
of these inspections shall be cause for rejection of the ejector unit.
4.4.2
Sampling inspections.
A random sampling of the ejector
units shall be selected by the procuring activity from each production
lot in accordance with Table III and shall be subjected to the inspec-
tions listed in Table II, Group 1 and Group 2.
Group I inspections
shall be conducted prior to Group 2. inspections.  Failure to pass any of
these inspections shall be cause for rejection of the entire lot (see
6.2.le and 6.3).
4.5
Inspection conditions.
Unless otherwise specified, all
inspections shall be performed under the following conditions:
a.
Room temperature.
Room ambient of 25 10C (77
18F) indicated.
b.
Test temperature.  All parts of the test item shall
be stabilized at the specified temperature 2.8C.
(5F) indicated  prior  to conducting any tests.
Unless otherwise specified, temperature stabiliza-
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