126.96.36.199 Preservation, packaging, packing and marking.- The requirements and levels of preservation,
kaging, packing and marking for shipment shall be in accordance with MIL-P-16789 as specified by the
6.1 Ordering data. - Procurement documents should specify the following:
(a) Title, number and date of this specification,
(b) Type and class required (see 1.2).
(c) Pump characteristics (see 3.5):
(1) Discharge pressure.
(2) Rated capacity.
(3) Suction lift.
(4) Characteristics of liquid:
b. Liquid temperatures.
(5) Type and characteristics of pump drivers (see 3,6.15.1):
a. Whether pumps are to be direct., geared or chained connected to driving unit (see
b. Turbine or motor driven.
c. Turbine characteristics (for turbine drive), and applicable turbine and governor spec-
1. Steam conditions (pressure and temperature) at the throttle and the maximum de-
signed boiler steam drum pressure of the installation for which the turbine is
2. Exhaust conditions (pressure or vacuum) at turbine exhaust,
d. Electrical characteristics (for motor drive) and applicable motor and controller
specifications (see 188.8.131.52):
1. Voltage, phase characteristics and frequency.
2. Service class,
3. Ambient temperature,
6. Winding (d.c.) or design of motors (a.c.).
(d) Airborne noise, structureborne vibration and pump discharge pulsation requirements (see 3.6.2).
(e) Whether manufacturer is to furnish means for supporting pumps on isolation mounts (see 184.108.40.206).
(1) Horizontal or vertical mounting (see 220.127.116.11).
(2) If vertical units are to be base or table mounted (see 3.6,6.3).
(3) Size of the inlet and outlet connections, or a statement that these shall be as approved by
the bureau or agency concerned.
(4) Limits of length, width, and height for disassembly of unit for normal maintenance over-
haul, if limits are required for particular installation.
(5) A statement as to the location of inlet and outlet connections.
(6) Bid plan for units driven either by a chain drive off the ship's main propeller shaft or by a
power take-off from the ship's main reduction gear (see 18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124).
A complete list of all items of equipment, not essentially parts of the pump, which the pump
contractor is required to furnish. Usual mention should be made in such a list of repair parts
and tools. The following items should be considered also if it is required to have the pump
manufacturer or contractor supply them:
(1) Relief valves or relief by-pass valve.
(2) Drain valves.
(3) Suction and discharge valves.
(4) Pressure, vacuum or combined gages.
(5) Thermometers and thermometer sockets.
(6) Air or vent valves and cocks.
(7) Motor controllers.
(8) Technical publications required.