DETAIL SPECIFICATION: PACKAGING OF BEARINGS, ASSOCIATED PARTS AND SUB-ASSEMBLES
PACKAGING OF BEARINGS, ASSOCIATED PARTS AND SUBASSEMBLIES
Hazardous material. Packaging of hazardous material shall comply with the applicable requirements contained in Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Titles 29, 40, and 49. Hazardous material shipment documentation shall be provided with the shipment as required.
Ozone depleting substances (ODSs). ODSs shall not be used in the performance of the methods or procedures described in this specification.
Loose fill materials. Loose fill materials are prohibited in all military packages.
Facilities. Bearings shall be preserved and packaged in facilities that meet the requirements of this document.
Prior to cleaning. Bearings shall be protected against damage and shipped to the packager with a minimum of transport and storage time. The packager shall perform military preservation operations and packaging as specified herein.
Prior to packaging. Lubricated bearings and preserved bearings scheduled for transfer to a packaging facility shall be placed individually or in bulk in a clean dust-excluding container. Containers and lining shall protect the bearings against damage, corrosion and deterioration when shipped in the protective container. Storage and transport time shall be held to a minimum and intimate wrapping shall be applied in the required packaging environment
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