MIL-PRF-3420H Specification Military Packaging
This specification supersedes MIL-PRF-3420G and covers wrapping materials (carriers) which have been treated either by coating or impregnating with a corrosion inhibitor. MAC Packaging has perfected MIL-PRF-3420 requirements over the past 40 years and can help you with any questions or packaging needs associated with your government contract.
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TREATED CARRIERS ARE FURNISHED IN THE FOLLOWING CLASSES AND STYLES
1. Heavy Duty
2. Medium Duty
3. Light Duty
1. Kraft, flat: Single ply or laminated
2. Kraft, creped or embossed: Single ply or laminated
3. Greaseproof, waterproof, moldable: Laminated to carriers conforming to QQ-A-1876
The appearance of finished wrapping materials that are coated or impregnated shall not contain any voids in the coating or substrates (see 18.104.22.168). The material shall be clean and free from holes, tears, cuts, sharp creases, wrinkles, or other imperfections. The treated carrier shall be cut and trimmed of any selvage (see 22.214.171.124). On crepe material, bursting strength value shall be obtained with specimen stretched. Crepe requirements shall be 50 percent of flat.
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