4.4.3 Testing. Testing is described in the Quality
Conformance Inspection tables.
4.4.4 Inspection equipment. The inspection equipment
required to perform the examinations and tests prescribed herein
is described in the "Paragraph Reference/Inspection Method" column
in the tables starting with paragraph 188.8.131.52. The Contractor
shall submit for approval inspection equipment designs in
accordance with the terms of the contract. See Section 6 of
MIL-A-48078 and 6.3 herein. The Contractor shall submit all
inspection equipment designs to the Government for evaluation and
approval prior to fabrication of such equipment.
4.5 Test methods and procedures.
PRECAUTION: This specification covers sampling and testing of
chemical, toxic or explosive materials which are potentially
hazardous to personnel. Accordingly, it is emphasized that all
applicable safety rules, regulations and procedures must be
followed in handling and processing these materials.
4.5.1 Radiographic. X-ray or fluoroscopically view each
round in two planes, 900 oppposed. Verify that all major
components, assemblies, and sub-assemblies are present and
properly placed, that all grenades are safe, and no foreign
material is present. Any warhead that fails the requirements
shall be removed from the lot.
4. 5.2 Rough handling test. The rough handling test shall be
performed as follows on each of thirty-six (36) warheads for first
article testing only.
Each warhead shall be packed and packaged in accordance with
MIS-30862 except that dummy 2.75 Inch MK66 Rocket Motors shall be
substituted. The test warheads are to be positioned in the box
with the warhead nose in one direction and a dummy load utilized
in the remaining fiber container. The dummy load shall be located
in the upper right position as viewed from the nose end. The
warheads shall be equally divided and temperature conditioned to
-50°F ± 5°F, 70°F ± 15°F, and 160°F ± 5°F. The conditioning
time shall be 8 hours minimum and 24 hours maximum.
Each box shall be dropped seven feet onto a steel plate which is
solidly supported by concrete. The orientations of the boxes on