4.3.17 Pump units which have been subjected to the high-impact shock test and have successfully
passed this test shall be considered acceptable for such service as the bureau or agency concerned may
authorize. Such equipment will be returned by the Government to the contractor for reconditioning as
Minor deformations of mounting flanges shall be corrected.
Minor deformations affecting alignment shall be corrected.
All bearings shall be replaced.
Each part shall be carefully examined by the contractor and any part which
he considers substandard shall be replaced.
Minor deformations shall be defined as those which do not cause unqualified rejection of the design under
high-impact shock test but which are in excess of the design dimensional tolerances specified on the
applicable pump drawings.
4.4 Inspection of pump repair parts. - The pump repair parts required by 3.11.1 shall be inspected
to assure interchangeability with the similar parts in the assembled pumps. Ordinarily material analyses
and physical test specimens will not be required, but the Government inspector shall employ such proce-
dures as will assure the delivery of parts made of the same materials by the same processes as for the
4.5 Inspection procedures. - For Naval purchases, the general inspection procedures shall be in
accordance with Genera] Specifications for Inspection of Material.
5. PREPARATION FOR DELIVERY
5 . 1 Preservation, packaging, packing and marking. - Pumps and repair parts shall be prepared for
delivery for domestic shipment - immediate use; domestic shipment and storage; or for overseas shipment
in accordance with Specification MIL-P-16789 (see 6.1).
6.1 Ordering data. -
Procurements documents should specify the following:
Title, number, and date of this specification.
Specific gravity of liquid handled.
Electrical characteristics as required by applicable motor and
(f) If repair parts boxes are required, specify type (metal or wood)
(g) Whether for domestic shipment - immediate use; domestic shipment
and storage; or for overseas shipment (see 5.1).
(h) That the following data is required With bids:
(1) Sectional assembly drawing of pump.
(2) A drawing of the unit showing overall dimensions.
(3) Pump characteristic curves.
(4) Horsepower of driver (continuous duty rating at nominal voltage
and at maximum specified voltage).
(5) Weight of complete unit.
(6) The manufacturer and descriptive data of the driver and associated
accessories, such as controller and tachometer.