6.2 Ordering data. Procurement documents should specify the
Title, number, and date of this specification.
Time frame required for submission of preproduction model
When an initial production screening unit is required
Number of screening units required for initial production
inspection (see 3.3).
Grade of military oil required to service screening unit
Technical publications required (see 3.25).
Applicable list of repair parts and maintenance tools
Time interval for submission of electromagnetic interference
reports (see 184.108.40.206).
Time frame required for submission of preproduction pack
Level of preservation and packaging and level of packing
required (see 5.2 and 5.3). Level B preservation and
packaging is intended to provide economical but limited
protection and should be specified only when it is
determined the screening units will be held in covered
6.3 Preproduction model. Any changes or deviations of production
screening units from the approved preproduction model during production
will be subject to the approval of the contracting officer, Approval
of the preproduction model will not relieve the supplier of his obli-
gation to furnish screening units conforming to this specification.
6.4 Lubricants. The contracting officer should furnish a list of
military lubricants applicable to the screening unit covered by this
specification as contained in the Federal Supply Catalog, DOD Section,
Identification List C9100-IL for FSC Group 91.
6.5 Government-loaned property. The contracting officer should
arrange to loan the property listed in 3.29.
6.6 Government-furnished property. The contracting officer should
arrange to furnish the Ml98Al dolly conforming to MIL-D-45322 when
required (see 3.1 and 6.2).