f. Size of tube expanders required and wall thickness of tubing to be expanded (see 3.26)
Levels of preservation-packaging and packing (see 5.1).
When fire retardant lumber and plywood is required. (see 5.1 a(l)).
Class of fire retardant fiberboard required (see 5.1 a(2)).
Number of rolls if more than three are to be required
6.3 Subject term (key word) listing.
6.4 Cushioning and wrapping materials (see 5.1 A (3)). Materials having properties for
resistance to fire and acceptable for use within interior (unit and intermediate) packs and shipping
containers for Navy acquisitions are:
Cushioning Material, Plastic, Open Cell
Paper, Kraft, Treated (Fire Resistant)
Paper, Kraft, Wrapping
UU-P-268, Type XI, Grade C or D
PPP-F-320, (see 5.1 a.(2)
Plastic Film, Flexible, Cellular
PPP-C-795, Class 3 - Fire Retardant
Polystyrene Expanded, Resilient
PPP-C-850, Grade SE
Plastic, Open Cell, Cushioning
PPP-C-1842, Type I, Style B
PPP-C-1 120, Class A, Grade 1 Type
MIL-R-5001, Grade A
Rubber, Latex Foam
MIL-R-6130, Grade A
MIL-P-19644, Type 11
Rubber, Cellular, Synthetic
MIL-R-20092, Class 5
Cushioning, Resilient Type, General
Polyurethane Foam, Flexible, Open Cell
Foam-In-Place Packaging Materials:
General Specification For
Foam, Combustion, Retardant, for
Cushioning Supply Items Aboard Navy