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MIL-S-63383(AR)
4.5.7 Stake push off test.  The test shall be performed using
approved test equipment on samples of housings and closures staked
in accordance with the specified requirements and with no components
within the housing.  If any sample fails to comply with all of the
specified requirements it shall be classed defective and all
production items preceding the last successful push test shall be
rejected.
(Destructive test).
4.5.8 Check test for deterioration of detonators and leads.
(See MIL-L-63246, MIL-D-63197 and MIL-D-48120). If the total time
between original acceptance of any detonator or lead lot and the
assembly of the lot into the safe amd arming device exceeds two
years, or if the detonators or leads have been subjected to adverse
conditions,  however brief, at any time since previous' tests, the
detonator or lead lot shall be subjected to and must satisfactorily
pass the check test for deterioration specified in MIL-L-63246
and/or MIL-D-63197, and/or MIL-D-48120. Immediately before the
detonator or lead lot is assembled, the Government Inspector at the
facility assembling the detonators or leads into the safe and arming
device shall select the sample for deterioration tests and the
contractor shall verify that the devices comply with the
requirements of the above specifications.
PREPARATION FOR DELIVERY
5.
5.1 Preservation and packaging
5.1.1 Level - Commerical.  The safe and arming device shall be
preserved and packaged utilizing industrial procedures and in
accordance with Code of Federal Regulations Title 49 100-199. These
procedures shall be submitted for examination in accordance with
Para. 6.5.
5.2 Packing
5.2.1 Level - Commerical.  The safe and arming device preserved
and packaged as specified in 5.1.1 shall be packed for shipment in
accordance with acceptable industrial procedures such as to prevent
deterioration or damage during handling and shipment to the first
destination.  Industrial packing procedures shall be in accordance
with Code of Federal Regulations Title 49  100-199
5.3 Marking.  Marking shall be in accordance with MIL-STD-129
and Code of Federal Regulations Title 49 100-199.
5.4 Shipping.  When shipments from more than one lot are
shipped, each lot shall be kept separate, and the division between
lots clearly indicated to prevent mixing of the lots in transit.
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