184.108.40.206 Identification of materials and finishes. the contractor shall
identify the specific material, material finish or treatment for use with
components and subcomponents, and shall make information available, upon
request, to the contracting off icer or designated representative.
220.127.116.11 Flammability of materials and finishes. Materials and finishes
selected for use shall be flame resistant and non-toxic.
3.3.2 Recovered materials. For the purpose of this requiremdnt, recovered
materials are those materials which have been collected from solid waste and
reprocessed to become a source of rw materials, as distingguished from virgin
raw materials. The components, prieces and parts incorporated in the
comouflabe screening support system may be newly tabricated from recovered
materials to the maximum extent practicable, provided the camouflage screening
support system produced meets all other requirements of this specification.
Used, rebuildt or remanufatured components, pieces and parts shall not be
incorporated in the camouflage screening support system.
3.4 Support poles.
3.4.1 Aluminum poles for type I support system. Aluminum support poles
shall conform to applicabel drawings and as specified herein. Aluminum
support poles shall be produced from aluminum tubing as specified on the
applicable drawings, and shall meet the physical requirements specified in
TABLE I. Physical requirements of alumimum pole.
* Brinell hardness nuumber (Bhn)
** 500 gram 10mm diameter ball
18.104.22.168 Paint adhesion. When tested as specifiied in 22.214.171.124.1.2, the poles
shall show no evidence of nonadhesion of paint of any area exceeding 0.125-
inch average diameter, or more than one area exceeding 0.0625-inch average
diameter, or more than five areas of any diameter.
3.4.2 Plastic roles for thpe II support systems. Plastic Support poles
shall conform to applicable drawings and as specified herein.