Product examination (see 4.3).
Static load (see 4.4.1).
Loaded vibration (see 4.4.2).
Paint test (see 4.4.3).
Packaging inspection (see 4.5).
4.2.3. Sampling. Sampling for quality conformance inspection
performed as listed with all samples selected randomly (see 6.2.1).
Inspection or Test
Lot or Batch Size
Product examination (4.3)
static load (4.4.1)
Loaded vibration (4.4.2)
Paint test (see 4.4.3)
Packaging inspection (4.5)
Select one table from first ten tables. No failures allowed.
The lots shall not exceed the maximum es indicated above. If lot size is
less than or equal to sample size, 100 percent inspection is required. Each
lot shall be accepted with no defects and rejected if one or more defects are
4.3. Product examination. Visually, dimensionally, and manually examine
each table to determine conformance with the requirements of 3.2 through
18.104.22.168.6 through 3.6.2. 3.8 and 3.9. Visual examination shall include
verification of completeness of manufacture and assembly, conformance to
specified standards, adequacy of marking, proper cleaning, and freedom from
the identified defects. Dimensional examination h.eludes measuring dimensions
as specified. Manual examination shall include the operation of movable parts
by hand to assure proper functioning. Theamination provisions may be
applied at the earliest practical point is manufacture at which it is feasible
to inspect for acceptance without risk of change in the characteristic by
subsequent operations. Failure of the contractor to provide objective
evidence that the item and its components has passed the examinations
prescribed for them by the contractor's inspection system shall be cause for
rejection. In addition, failure of the contractor to provide objective
evidence that all parts are manufactured to definite standards, clearances and
tolerances so that no replacement part will degrade the fore, fit, or function
of the end item (see 3.4.6), shall be cause for rejection.
4.4. Test methods. Prior to subjecting the work table to tests, a
pattern of trammel points shall be established as illustrated in Figure 3 (see
3.5.3). These points shall be measured and recorded as the original
4.4.1. static load. The assembled work table shall be loaded to the
applicable proof load capacity specif ied in 22.214.171.124 or 126.96.36.199, using shot
bags to distribute a uniform load over the shelf area, and in the type I table