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MIL-T-13906H (AL)
5.2.
Packing.
Packing shall be Level A, B, or C as specified (see
6.2.1)
* 5.2.1. Level A.  Before being packaged in the shipping container
Cushioning shall be applied to prevent marring, puncturing, damage or any
abrasive action to the finished surfaces or protruding parts, also cushioning
shall be placed across the front of the drawers to prevent their movement.
All cushioning material shall be secured by taping or trying to prevent any
possibility of shifting or becoming detached during transit and storage.
Cushioning material shall be at least 3/4 inch thick, fabricated in the form
of pads or blankets, and made of fiberboard
Disassembled parts, accessories
and attachments, shall be consolidated, cushioned to prevent damage and packed
in fiberboard boxes conforming to PPP-B-636 class WWVR.  Federal Specification
identified as MMM-A-250 in Federal Specification PPP-B-636 is not authorized
for use.  The boxes shall be sized to fit the parts being packed. Size and
weight limitations of the container specification shall apply.
*
5.2.2. Shipping container  The unit and its associated item shall be
packed in a shipping containeronforming to PPP-B-601 or PPP-B-621, Overseas
c
type.  Selection shall be governed by the size and weight limitations Of the
container specification.  The shipping container shall be provided with
forklift capabilities. Each Shipping container shall contain only one unit
and all associated items.
*
5.2.3.  Level B. Unless otherwise specified, Level B requirements will
be the same as Level A, except the shipping containerll be of the domestic
sha
type.
*
5.2.4. Level C.  Worktables and shelving shall be packed in accordance
with the requirements of MIL-STD-1190.
5.3. Marking. Marking shall be in accordance with MIL-STD-129. Special
*
5.4.  Contents.  For the intermediate and shipping containers the
arrangement of contents, cushioning, anchoring, blocking and bracing shall be
in accordance with MIL-STD-1186 except "delete 'MIL-P-19644' in paragraph
5.3.3 and delete 'or P-1 of MIL-P-116' in paragraph 5.4.1".
5.5. Workmanship.  inequality of work shall be such that when proper
procedure is followed, materials and equipment being processed will be
provided the maximum protection against corrosion and deterioration consistent
with the shipment hazards known or anticipate, and suitable for long term
storage.
6. NOTES
6.1.  Intended use.  The work tables covered by this specification are
intended for use in shop van vehicles to provide storage spare and a working
surf ace for maintenance crews.

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