FEDERAL SPECIFICATION: CUSHIONING MATERIAL, PACKAGING
PPP-C-795 D (NOTICE 1), FEDERAL SPECIFICATION: CUSHIONING MATERIAL, PACKAGING (FLEXIBLE CLOSED CELL PLASTIC FILM, FOR LONG DISTRIBUTION CYCLES)
The cushioning material shall be constructed of a composite of two or more sheets of plastic film. The composite material shall be laminated, coated, or fabricated in a manner such that the resulting material will meet requirements of this specification. Class 2 and Class 3 cushioning material shall be not more than 2 months old when delivered to the Government.
For Class 1 cushioning material, the contractor shall certify that the material used contains a minimum of 30% recycled plastic, including a minimum of 15% post consumer recovered plastic. The Government reserves the right to require proof of such conformance prior to first delivery, and thereafter as may be otherwise provided for under the provisions of the contract.
The material shall be furnished in rolls, perforated rolls, or sheets, in the normal thickness specified. Standard rolls shall be 122 cm (48″) wide. Rolls and sheets from 5 to 122 cm (2″ to 48″) wide may be specified. The material shall be uniformly fabricated in accordance with good commercial practice, and free from cracks, cuts, holes, chafed spots, or other defects which might impair its usefulness. The material shall be free from dirt, contamination, mold release compounds, or other foreign matter. Rolls and perforated rolls shall be evenly wound. Sheets shall be evenly stacked.
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