6.10 Reconditioning of shock-tested equipment
Purifiers which have been
subjected to high-impact shock tests and have successfully passed the test will be
considered acceptable for such service as the contracting activity may authorize
Such equipment will be returned to the contractor for reconditioning as follows
Minor deformations of mounting feet corrected
Minor deformations affecting alignment of parts or
Each part carefully examined by the contractor and any
part which is considered substandard replaced.
The rotating elements rebalanced.
The motor corrected as required by the applicable motor
The reconditioned purifier- should be tested as specified
Minor deformations are defined as those which do not. cause rejection of the
equipment under high-impact shock test, but which are in excess of the dimensional
tolerances specified on the applicable drawings
One set of special tools as defined in 3 9 and 6 2
6.11 Special tools.
should be acquired for each ship' s compartment in which purifiers are installed
The number of sets required should be established by the acquisition activity
Subject term (key word) listing
Marginal notations are not used in this
6.13 Changes from previous issue
revision to identify changes with respect to the previous issue due to the
extensiveness of the changes