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MIL-T-13906H (AL)
3.6.  Detail of components.  The tables Shall consist principally of wood
tops and metal frames conforming to the drawings specified in Table I. The
drawer arrangement and the classes of drawers required are shown in Figures 1
and 2. The different classes of drawers and dividers for the type I work
tables shall conform to Drawings 7550227, 7541543, 7541544, and 7541545.
polyurethane finish on all sides.  There shall be no knots less than 1/2 inch
from the outside edge of front and back face strips. Strips shall not exceed
3 inches in width.  The strips shall be free from decay, splits, warp,
decayed-thru knots and grain slope exceeding 1 inch in 10 inches. Scattered
sound knots not exceeding 1 inch in length and not less than 12 inches apart
will be permitted on the top surface of the strips. The mating surfaces of
the strips shall be glued with a moisture resistant glue. Butt-end joints or
finger-end joints shall be permitted on the inner strips only. The working
surface of the table top shall be flat and uniform in a true plane to within
1/16 inch between any two points that are 24 inches apart. The table top
shall be securely bolted to the metal frame as shown in the applicable drawing
specified in Table I.  When specified (see 6.2.1), table top tie-bars shall be
required as indicated on Drawing 7541525.
3.6.2.  Table legs and supports.  The table legs and supports shall beef
sufficient strength to enable the work tables to meet the performance
requirements specified herein. They shall have sufficient rigidity and floor
bearing area to withstand handling of the work table without damage to any
components by lifting, pushing, or sliding of the table. All handling tests
shall be with the table unloaded.  Each leg shall be provided with means for
securing for work table to a van floor with bolts as specified in the
applicable drawing (see Table I).
3.7.  Protective finish.  The protective finish for metal surfaces shall
be paint.  All surfaces to be painted shall immediately prior to painting, be
cleaned and dried free from all foreign matter.  The protective paint coating
shall be no less than 0.002 inch thickness.  The adhesion of the paint shall
prevent any peeling of paint whenemoving fiber glass tape applied over two
intersecting cuts in the paint, the cuts being not less than 2 inches in
length and through the paint thickness to the base metal and wood top. The
surface hardness of the paint shall be in accordance with the industrial
practice of checking with pencil lead and shall be within the range of H to HB
3.8.  Identification marking  The work tables shall be marked for
identification in accordance with MIL-STD- 130 and shall include the National
stock Number.

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