4.3.3 Acceptance and rejection.- Rejected lots shall be screened for
all defective characteristics. Removal or correction of defective units
and resubmittance of rejected lots shall be in accordance with "Acceptance
and Rejection" as specified in MIL-STD-105.
4.4 Special sampling.
4.4.1 General.- Three sightunits shall be selected at random as a special
sampling from each 100 produced. The samples shall meet the requirements
and tests in Table II.
3.1, 3.1.1, &
and specifications -
MIL-F-13926 - Visual
NOTE: The examinations in Table 11 shall be conducted at a standard
ambient temperature of between 60° and 90°F.
4.4.2 Failure of sample.- Should any item of a special sampling fail
to meet the specified test requirements, acceptance of the product will be
suspended by the Government until necessary corrections have been made by
the contractor and the resubmitted samples have been approved (see 4.3.3).
4.5 Inspection equipment.- Except as otherwise provided for by the
contract, the contractor shall supply and maintain inspection equipment in
accordance with the applicable requirements of MIL-I-45607.
4.5.1 Government furnished inspection equipment.- When the contract pro-
vides for Government furnished test equipment, supply and maintenance of
test equipment shall be in accordance with the applicable requirements
specified in MIL-I-45607.
4.5.2 Contractor furnished inspection equipment.
220.127.116.11 Government design.- Unless otherwise specified in the contract,
all inspection equipment specified by drawing number in specifications or
SQAP forming a part-of the contract shall be supplied by the contractor
in accordance with technical data listed in the List of Inspection Docu-
ments when provided with the Technical Data Package (TDP).
18.104.22.168 Contractor design.- The contractor shall provide inspection equip-
ment compatible with the "Test Methods and Procedures" specified in 4.6
of this specification and with the "Component Inspection" and "Test Facil-
ities'' "requirements of MIL-F-13926. Since tolerance of test equipment is
normally considered to be within 10% of the product tolerance for which it
is intended, this inherent error in the test equipment design must be con-
sidered as part of the prescribed product tolerance limit. Thus, concept,
construction, materials, dimensions and tolerance used in the design of