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MIL-T-63534(AR)
4.4.10.3 Temperature - altitude combination. A temperature - altitude
test shall be PerFormed in accordance with MIL-STD-810, Method 504.1.
Procedure I and equipment category 5.
4.4.10.4 Humidity. A humidity test shall be performed in accordance with
MIL-STD-81O, Method 507.1 Procedure I.
4.4.10.5 Vibration. A vibration test shall be performed in accordance
with MIL-STD-514.2, Method 514.2, Procedure I Equipment Category C, except use
0.3 inch double AMplitude from 5 to 40 cps or +3 g acceleration, whichever is
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less, and use 0.036 inch double amplitude from 40 cps to 73 cps and +10 g from
73 Cps to 500 Cps.
4.4.10.6 Shock. A shock test shall be performed in accordance with
MIL-STD-81O, -516.2, Procedure I.
4.4.10.7 Sand and dust. A dust test shall be performed in accordance
with MIL-STD-810, Method 510.1, Procedure I.
4.4.10.8 Fungus. A fungus test shall be performed in accordance with
MIL-STD-81O, Method 508.1, Procedure I.
4.4.10.9 Salt spray test. Samples shall be selected from each protective
finished lot and subjected to the salt spray test in accorcarce with the
procedures specified in ASTM B 117. Unless otherwise specified on the
applicable drawing the minimum exposure time shall be one and one half (1 1/2)
hours using a 5% sodium chloride solution. Rejection shall be in accordance
with the applicable protective finish specification.
4.5 Quality conformance (acceptance) inspections. Acceptance inspection
shall be performed and shall be in accordance with the following:
4.5.1 Sampling for inspection. Unless otherwise specified, and when
applicable, the sampling plans and procedures used by the Contractor in the
determination of the acceptability of products shall be in accordance with the
provisions set forth in MIL-STD-105, inspection Level II.
4.5.2 In-process control. The contractor shall establish in-process
inspection at strategically located points throughout his manufacturing
processes to assure continuous control of product quality. In addition, the
contractor shall provide and maintain work gages and other measuring and
testing devices necessary to accomplish inspection and control quality during
his manufacturing processes.
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