(a) Serial numbers of the pump and driving unit.
(b) Ship for which intended.
(c) Contract or order number.
(d) Actual net weight of the unit in the "dry" and "wet" condition.
4.9.2 Distribution of performance test reports shall be as follows:
(a) Two to the Bureau of Ships.
(b) Two to each supervisor of shipbuilding for each ship's worth of pumps furnished (one for super-
visor's files; one for shipbuilder) for privately built ships.
(c) Two to each Naval shipyard for each ship's worth of pumps for Navy built ships.
(d) One for primary inspection officer.
(e) One for branch inspection office (if any).
4.9.3 Distribution of shock test reports and inclination test reports shall be as follows:
(a) Six to the bureau or agency concerned, for approval.
(b) One for the primary inspection office.
(c) One for the branch inspection office (if any).
4.9.4 For reporting of preproduction tests see 184.108.40.206, 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168.2.
5. PREPARATION FOR DELIVERY
5.1 Domestic shipment and early equipment installation and for storage of onboard repair parts. -
5.1.1 Assembled pump units .-
22.214.171.124 Preservation and packaging. - Preservation and packaging shall be sufficient to afford adequate
protection against corrosion, deterioration and physical damage during shipment from the supply source to
the using activity and until early installation and may conform to the supplier's commercial practice when
such meets these requirements.
126.96.36.199 Packing.- Packing shall be accomplished in a manner which will insure acceptance by common
carrier, at the lowest rate, and will afford protection against physical or mechanical damage during direct
shipment from the supply source to the using activity for early installation. The shipping containers or
method of packing shall conform to the Uniform Freight Classification Rules and Regulations or other carrier
regulations as applicable to the mode of transportation and may conform to the supplier's commercial prac-
tice when such meets these requirements.
188.8.131.52 Marking. - Shipment marking information shall be provided on interior packages and exterior
shipping containers in accordance with the contractor's commercial practice. The information shall include
nomenclature, Federal stock number or manufacturer's part number, contract or order number, contractor's
name and destination.
5.1.2 Onboard repair parts and tools.-
184.108.40.206 Surface ships. - Onboard repair parts and tools for surface ships (see 3.10) shall be preserved
and packaged level A; packed level A, B or C, as specified (see 6.1), in accordance with MIL-P-16789.
220.127.116.11 Submarines. - Onboard repair parts and tools for submarines shall be preserved, packaged and
packed as specified in 18.104.22.168, except that level A preservation and packaging methods shall be modified,
wherever applicable, in accordance with MIL-STD-758 for items that can be stored in bins or drawers.
22.214.171.124 Onboard repair parts and tools for drivers and other accessories shall be preserved, packaged
and packed in accordance with the applicable commodity specification.
5.2 Domestic shipment and storage or overseas shipment. - The requirements, and levels of preserva-
tion, packaging, packing and marking for shipment shall be specified by the procuring activity (see 6.1).
(5.2.1 The following provides various levels for protection during domestic shipment and storage or
overseas shipment, which may be required when procurement is made.