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4.4.3 Testing.  Testing is described in the First Article and Quality
Conformance Inspection tables.
4.4.4 Inspection equipment.  The inspection equipment required to perform
the inspections and tests prescribed in this specification is identified in
the "Paragraph Reference/Inspection Method" column in the tables starting with
paragraph, and the test method paragraphs (See 4.5). The contractor
shall submit for approval inspection equipment designs in accordance with the
terms of the contract. See 6.3 herein.
4.5 Test method and Procedures.
4.5.1 Salt spray test. Samples shall be selected from each protective
finished lot and subjected to the salt spray test in accordance with the
procedures specified in ASTM B 117. Unless otherwise specified on the
applicable drawing the minimum exposure time shall be one and one half (1 1/2)
hours using a 5% sodium chloride solution. Rejection shall be in accordance
with the applicable protective finish specification.
4.5.2 Hardness.  Samples shall be selected from each heat treatment batch
(see NOTE) and subjected to this test. If any part fails to comply with the
requirement specified on the applicable drawing, the part shall be classed
defective. The hardness test shall be Performed in accordance with the
procedure specified in ASTM E 18. Each heat treat batch shall remain
segregated until completion of all hardness tests.
NOTE:  A heat-treatment batch shall be defined as parts that have been heat-
treated at the same time in the same furnace and quench batch for each of all
phases of the entire heat-treatment process.
4.5.3 Magnetic particle test.  The procedures and equipment for performing
this inspection shall be in accordance with MIL-I-6868 and MIL-W-63150 and
shall be satisfactory to the Contracting Officer. Personnel performing this
inspection shall be qualified in accordance with MIL-STD-410.
The welded joint shall be subjected to
4.5.4 Test load on welded joint.
an axial test load as specified on Dwg. D101D4498. Any gearshaft which fails
to comply with the specified compression or extension requirements shall be
classed defective. Test equipment and procedures shall be satisfactory to the
contracting officer. (See 4.4.4)
4.5.5 Bearing stability (First Article only). The annular ball bearing
(Dwg. C11830451) shall be subject to the stability test for the temperature
range specified. If any bearing fails to comply with the specified requirement
it shall be classed defective.

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