and a record of this inspection, including certificates of conformance
for materials shall be submitted to the Government for approval. The
Government reserves the right to witness the contractor's inspection.
4.3 Inspection provisions.
4.3.1 Submission of product.- Unless otherwise specified by the
contracting officer, inspection lot size, lot formation and presentation
of lots shall be in accordance with "Submission of Product" provisions of
4.3.2 Examination and tests.
184.108.40.206 Components and subassemblies.- All components and sub-
assemblies shall be inspected. in accordance with the inspection provisions
contained in Supplementary Quality Assurance Provisions (SQAP) listed in
the technical data package (TDP). In the absence of SQAP'S the applicable
Quality Assurance Provisions of MIL-F-13926 shall apply. Examination and
tests related to Section 3 herein shall be performed on a single defect
(individual characteristic) basis in accordance with MIL-STD-105
and the sampling plans specified in Tables 1, II and 111 herein. Ex-
amination and tests for packaging, packing, and marking shall be in
accordance with MIL-P-14232 and Section 5 herein. The tabulated classi-
fication of defects shall constitute the minimum inspection to be per-
formed by the supplier after first article approval and prior to Govern-
ment acceptance or rejection by item or lot.
MAJOR: AQL 1.0% Defective
Level vial visibility
The tests in Table I shall be conducted at a standard ambient
temperature of between 60 and 90F.
4.3.3 Acceptance and rejection.- Rejected lots shall be screened
for all defective characteristics. Removal or correction of defective
units and resubmittance of rejected lots shall be in accordance with
"Acceptance and Rejection " as specified in MIL-STD-105.
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