Level A. Unless otherwise specified, each valve
shall be packaged for shipment in accordance with MIL-P-116. Method IIb
of MIL-P-116 shall be employed for all valves designated as installation
valves. Method IId of MIL-P-116 shall be employed for all valves designated
as spare valves.
Level B. Valves shall be packaged in accordance
with standard commercial practice.
" Shipping containers insofar as practicable
shall contain an identical number of articles, shall be of a uniform
size, and shall be designed to enclose the contents in a snug, tight-
fitting manner. When packed for shipment, the gross weight of the
exterior container shall not exceed 200 pounds. The above applies to
5.3.1 and 5.3.2.
Level A. Valves packaged in accordance with 5.3.1
shall be packed in an exterior shipping container in accordance with
PPP-B-601 (overseas type) or PPP-B-621 (overseas type).
Level B. Valves packaged as specified in 5,3.1
shall be packed in an exterior shipping container conforming to PPP-B-
601 (domestic type) or PPP-B-585.
Level C. The interior packages shall be placed in
substantial commercial exterior shipping containers constructed to
insure acceptance by common or other carrier for safe transportation at
the lowest rate to the point of delivery. Except as specified herein,
the container shall conform to the requirements of the Uniform Freight
Classification Rules in effect at the time of shipment.
Marking. Each package and exterior shipping container
shall be marked to comply with MIL-STD-129 and to include the following:
VALVE, STARTER CONTROL, AiRCRAFT ENGINE, MODEL
Manufacturer's part number
Manufacturer's serial number
Government order or contract number
Federal Stock Number
*Complete the part number by inserting
applicable specification sheet slash