4.6.7 Special tools and lif ting gear. verifi cation of suitability. Special
tools and lifting gear provided for clutches shall be demonstrated on the first
article to assure that they are satisfactory for their intended purpose.
4.6.8 Special feature demonstration. Clutch special features shall be
demonstrated (for example, disconnect and reconnect features) during dynamic test
period and under static conditions when applicable.
4.7 Acceptance tri als . Clutches shall be examined during in-port period for
defects (see 220.127.116.11) after completion of first or prototype ship full power and
maneuvering acceptance trials or as specified (see 6.2). Failure to pass examina-
tion shall be as specified (see 18.104.22.168 and 6.2).
4.8 Inspe ction of Packaging. Sample packages and packs, and the inspection
of the preservation, packing and marking for shipment and storage shall be in
accordance with the requirements of section 5 and the documents specified therein.
(The packaging requirements specified herein apply only for direct Government
acquisition. For the extent of applicability of the packaging requirements of
referenced documents listed in section 2, see 6 7.)
Preservation. packi ng. and marking.
Clutches, stock components, and repair parts shall be
preserved, packed, and marked as required by the parent equipment specifications
(see 6.2). When such instructions are not otherwise provided, preservation and
packing shall be in accordance with MIL-T-17286 to the following levels which are
specified for the destination or intended use of the parts:
Unless used in sets, pairs, or quantities
greater than one, or as specified in the contract or order (see 6.2) lifting gear
and tools shall be individually preserved. When the unit is packaged as a set,
assembly, or quantities greater than one, each item shall be wrapped or cushioned
to prevent direct surfaces contact with surfaces of adjacent parts.
5.1.3 Talc or talcum. When used in the packaging process of items, talc or
talcum shall be free of asbestos and asbestiform-like materials.
5.1.4 Marking. Marking for shipment and storage shall be in accordance with
requirements of the parent equipment specification (see 6.2). When requirements
are not otherwise provided, marking shall be in accordance with MIL-STD-129.
5.1.5 Depreservation. The contractor shall provide depreservation instruc-
tions in each container. These instructions shall also be provided when shipment