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MIL-T-81838(AS)
4.4
Quality conformance inspection - The acceptance inspection
shall consist of the Individual and Sampling inspections and shall be conducted
under the supervision of the Government Inspector.
4.4.1
Individual inspections - Each tank submitted for acceptance
under the contract shall be subjected to the following tests:
Examination of product (4.6.1)
Functional test of components (4.6.2)
Pressure test of individual tanks (4.6.3.1)
Dye Penetrant Inspection (4.6.9.2)
4.4.2
Sampling inspection - The contractor shall furnish samples from
each lot for the following tests. These tests are described under the "Test Methods"
and are to be conducted in the order indicated:
Examination of product (4.6.1)
Functional test of components (4.6.2)
Dye Penetrant Inspection (4.6.9.2)
Pressure (4.6.3.2)
Vibration and slosh (4.6.4)
Pressure (4.6.3.2)
Functional test of components (4.6.2)
Examination of product (4.6.1)
The tanks will be selected by the Government Inspector without preliminary inspec-
tion or repair and tanks shall be subjected to the above inspections. For the pur-
poses of this paragraph, the lot size shall be set by the contract, consistent with
his production and test capabilities, which will meet the contract delivery schedule
and be in accordance with MIL-STD-105 inspection level S-1, acceptance No. zero.
sample tanks shall be in addition to the contract quantity. The contractor is required
to build all tanks in each lot prior to the selection of the sample tanks to be tested
and the tanks shall not be shipped until satisfactory completion of the tests. Failure
of a tank under the sampling tests shall be cause for rejection of all tanks in that
lot. The contractor shall take necessary corrective action to eliminate any deficien-
cies in the rejected tanks. A tank incorporating the corrective action shall be re-
submitted for retest. Upon satisfactory retest, the rejected tanks may be submitted
for acceptance under the contract upon concurrence of the Government Inspector,
based on evidence submitted, that any necessary corrective action has been incor-
porated into the tanks.
4.5
Satisfactory performance - The failure of a tank to meet the speci-
fied requirements of any of the following inspections shall constitute failure of the
tank. Rejected tanks shall not be resubmitted for inspection without furnishing to
the Government Inspector full particulars concerning previous rejection and the meas-
ures taken to overcome the defects. Upon resubmission of the tank for inspection
after a failure, the inspection shall start beginning of the test during which failure
had occurred.
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