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MIL-S-52124B(ME)
as specified for level A.  Maintenance tools shall not require pre-
servation but shall be placed in the toolbox as specified for level A.
5.2.3.2 Other components.  Preservation and packaging of all other
components of the screening unit shall afford protection against deteri-
oration and damage from the supplier to the initial destination.  The
supplier's standard commercial practice is acceptable when it fulfills
these requirements.
5. 3 Packing.
Packing shall be level A or C as specified (see 6.2).
5.3.1 Level A.  The screening unit shall be prepared for mobile
shipment. The toolbox lid shall be closed and secured to prevent
pilferage.  When sufficient space is available} packaged and un-
packaged components and sections shall be placed and secured on the
screening unit in any available space that will not interfere with
the lifting or mobility of the screening unit. The components shall
be secured to the screening unit with zinc coated strapping conforming
to QQ-S-781 or QQ-S-790.  Packaged and unpackaged components and sections
that cannot be secured to the screening unit shall be packed in crates
conforming to PPP-C-650, style A, or MIL-C-3774, nailed assembly, skid-
type base.  Blocking, bracing, and anchoring shall be in accordance with
the applicable crate specification and with MIL-STD-1186. Crated com-
ponents shall be shipped at the same time as the mobile-screening unit.
5.3.2 Level C.  The complete screening unit shall be prepared for
shipment in a manner to assure carrier acceptance and safe delivery
to destination at lowest rates.  The screening unit shall be prepared
for mobile shipment.  When sufficient space is available, packaged and
unpackaged components and sections shall be placed and secured on the
screening unit in any available space that will not interfere with
lifting or mobility.  Packaged and unpackaged sections that cannot be
secured to the screening unit shall be packed in crates complying with
Uniform Freight Classification Rules or National Motor Freight Classi-
fication Rules.  Crated components shall be shipped at the same time as
the screening unit.
5.4 Marking. Packages, shipping containers, and mobile-screening
units shall be marked in accordance with MIL-STD-129.
NOTES
6.
The screening unit is intended for use in screening
6.1 Intended use.
and sizing rock aggregate as a part of a 75-tph rock crushing and screening
plant.
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