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MIL-W-45992A(AL)
QQ-S-781, type I of IV, finish A.  Skid base of shipping container shall have forklift
capabilities.  Storage container boxes shall be strapped to base of shipping container
to prevent movement during shipping and storage so as not to damage the welder. Edges
of the storage container boxes shall be protected underneath the strapping.
Arrangements of contents, cushioning, anchoring, blocking, and bracing shall be in
accordance with MIL-STD-1186.
Industrial packing shall be in accordance with ASTM
5.4.2 Industrial packing.
D3951 .
Marking shall be military or industrial, as specified (see 6.2.1).
5.5 Marking.
5.5.1 Military.  When level A preservation and level A or B packing is
specified, marking shall be in accordance with MIL-STD-129.  Special markings required
shall be as specified in the contract.
Industrial marking shall be in accordance with ASTM D 3951 l
5.5.2 Industrial.
6 NOTES
6.1 Intended use.  The machines covered by this specification are intended to
provide a DC power source for welding where it is not practical to use electric power
or it is not available, where portability is desired in shops, field maintenance and
construction, and to provide auxiliary electric power as desired in connection with
the welding operation.
6.2 Ordering data.
6.2.1 Acquisition data. Procurement documents should specify the following:
Title, number and date of the document.
(a)
First Article, when required (see 3.1)
(b)
Mounted air compressor kit assembly when required (see 3.2).
(c)
System of measurement required (see 3.2.2).
(d)
First Article Inspection, when required (see 4.2.1).
(e)
Packaging inspection, if different (see 4.19).
(f)
Level of preservation and packaging (see 5.3 and 5.4).
(g)
(h)
Marking, military or industrial (see 5.5)
6.2.2 Contract data requirements.  Required technical data such as operators's
.
manuals, parts lists, and other instructions for operation and maintenance, as
identified on a numbered DE Form 1664, should be specified on a DD Form 1423
incorporated in the contract.
6.3 Thermocouple method.  To measure the rectifier temperature by the
thermocouple method , a small hole is drilled in the case of the rectifier just deep
enough to insert the ball of an iron constantan thermocouple.  The thermocouple is
held in place with epoxy.  The opposite end of the thermocouple is connected to the
appropriate readout equipment.  The temperature measured by this method is the case
temperature of the rectifier which can be converted to the rectifier junction
temperature if necessary.
6.4 Subject term (key word) listing.
Antifreeze
Brazing
Castings

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