Electric, minimum safeguards.
Electric motors and all other equipment
Electrical fittings and equipment designed,
constructed, and assembled that the units may be
used in certain atmospheres containing flammable
vapors and dusts.
3.1.1 First article. When specified (see 6.2), a sample shall be
subjected to first article inspection (6.3) in accordance with 4.3.
3.2 Specification sheet . The individual item requirements shall be as
specified herein and in accordance with the applicable specification sheets.
In the event of any conflict between requirements of this specification and
the specification sheets, the latter shall govern.
3.3 Recovered material . For the purpose of this requirement, recovered
materials are those materials which have been collected from solid waste and
reprocessed to become a source of raw materials, as distinguished from virgin
raw materials. The components, pieces and parts incorporated in the forklift
may be newly fabricated from recovered materials to the maximum extent
practicable, provided the forklift produced meets all other requirements of
this specification. Used, rebuilt or remanufactured components, pieces and
parts shall not be incorporated in the forklift.
3.3.1 Dissimilar metals . Dissimilar metals shall not be used in intimate
contact with each other unless protected against galvanic corrosion.
Dissimilar metals and methods of protection are defined and detailed in MIL-
3.3.2 Identification of materials and finishes . The contractor shall
identify the specific material, material finish or treatment for use with
component and subcomponent, and shall make information available upon request
to the contracting officer or designated representative.
3.3.3 Material deterioration prevention and control . The forklift shall
be fabricated from compatible materials, inherently corrosion resistant or
treated to provide protection against the various forms of corrosion and
deterioration that may be in any of the applicable operating and storage
environments to which the forklift may be exposed.
3.4 Transportability . The trucks shall be capable of being transported by
military or commercial trailers, trains, marine vessels, aircraft and must be
capable of withstanding the impact forces encountered in shipment, without
damage or permanent deformation. The trucks shall be equipped with tiedown or
3.4.1 Tiedown provisions . The tiedown provisions shall conform to MIL-
STD-209, class 2 or 3, type II equipment, and to MIL-STD-1791 for equipment
restraint criteria. The tiedown provisions shall satisfactorily complete the
pull testing as specified without weld failure, permanent deformation,