Rig the scraper in accordance with MIL-STD-669 and confirm that the
rigged weight and dimensions conform to the requirements of AFSC
Design Handbook DH1-11.
(b) Drop test the machine in accordance with MIL-STD-669.
(c) After the first drop, the machine shall be de-rigged, examined,
started, and driven forward and backward a few feet, and all
controls shall be actuated.
(d) The machine shall then be sectionalized and reassembled in accord- "
ante with the contractor's instructions to ascertain that no damage
was done to the sectionalization features by the test drop. (This
step is omitted for the type I machine.)
(e) Re-rig and drop test the machine a second time in accordance with
(f) After de-rigging, the scraper shall be demonstrated for 8 hours per-
forming 20 percent of the construction task in 18.104.22.168.
Failure to meet the weight and dimensional requirements of AFSC Design Handbook
DH1-11, weld failure, leakage, permanent deformation of any structural member or
component, inability to reassemble the components removed for airdrop, inability
to disassemble and reassemble the type II scraper, or inability of the scraper
to perform its intended functions shall constitute failure of this demonstration.
22.214.171.124 Certification. The contractor shall certify in writing to the
contracting officer that the scraper complies with the environmental condition
requirements of 3.9.1, the stability requirements of 3.9.3, the fording require-
ments of 3.9.4, the engine requirements of 3.10, the horsepower requirements of
3.10.1 the steering requirements of 3.13.1, the braking system requirements of
3.13.2, and the rail shipment requirements of 3.19. If certification is not
supplied, these requirements shall be demonstrated. Nonconformance shall
constitute failure of these demonstrations,
126.96.36.199 Certified test reports. The contractor shall furnish certified test
reports to Prove compliance with the ROPS/FOPS requirements of 3.6.2, travel
speed requirements of 3.9.2, electromagnetic radiation requirements of 3.16.4,
and bowl capacity requirements of 3.18.1. If certified test reports are not
available, these requirements shall be demonstrated. Nonconformance shall
constitute failure of these demonstrations.
4.6 Inspection of packaging The preservation, packing, and marking shall be
examined to determine compliance with MIL-T-3351 and MIL-STD-129 (for level A or
B) and MIL-STD-1188 (for commercial).
Preservation shall be level A, B, or commercial as
specified (see 6.2).
5.1.1 Level A. Each complete scraper, components, and attachments shall be
preserved in accordance with level A preservation and packaging requirments of