No specification found for this NSN.
A device of various shapes to be permanently attached to the structure of an aircraft. It is designed to permanently mount and/or support an integral member, or group of members of the airframe in a proper position and bear the stress imposed by the components being supported. It may have mounting provisions, such as slots, holes, and/or attachments to facilitate installation. Excludes items which are primarily designed for dampening shock and/or vibration. Excludes bracket, angle; bracket, double angle; bracket, shelf; bracket, mounting; and bracket (1), structural component, aircraft.
Indicates the item represented by the nsn in the input/output header is replaced by the interchangeable preferred item represented by the nsn in the segment h (stocks will be used until exhausted). Must be used in combination with phrase code g addressed to the nsn in the segment h.
OOU: Order of Use. Three position alpha code denoting the interchangeability and substitutability (I&S) relationship of a national stock number within a service/agency I&S family.
JTC: Jump to Code. Three position alpha code that denotes an exception to the normal sequence to be followed in the attrition of items within an interchangeability and substitutability (I&S) family.
Phrase Code: A one position code assigned to a phrase used in the management data list to denote changes and/or relationships between national stock numbers and reference data.
Packing shall be accomplished in accordance with table c.ii for the packing level specified. closure, sealing and reinforcement shall be in accordance with applicable specification for shipping container.
Packing is not required. the unit container shall also serve as the shipping container. closure, sealing and reinforcement shall be in accordance with applicable specification for shipping container.
Items or packages that require packing for acceptance by the carrier shall be packed in exterior type shipping containers in a manner that will ensure safe transportation at the lowest rate to the point of delivery and shall meet, as a minimum, the requirements of the following rules and regulations, as applicable to the mode(s) of transportation to be utilized: (a) postal regulations, (b) department of transportation regulations, (c) civil air regulations, (d) uniform freight classification rules, (e) national motor freight classification rules, (f) american truckers' association rules, (g) other applicable carriers' rules, (h) military air regulations for dangerous materials. consolidation of shipments. all exterior packs of 1.5 cubic feet or less having no single dimension (length, width, height) exceeding 40 inches (and when the total number of such containers in any individual shipment exceeds 25), shall be consolidated, using flat pallets, box pallets, or containers as the consolidating media. dangerous goods shall be prepared for shipment according to applicable department of transportation (dot) regulations and international regulations in effect at time of shipment. shipment by parcel post must comply with postal regulations.
Options can be exercised as to specific method of preservation or dod approved packaging materials to be used. however, basic preservation method shall be retained, supplemental data shall be complied with, and unit package dimensions shall not be increased by more than one inch. equal or better protection shall be given the item and there shall be no increase in the package cost.
No special marking.
OPI: Optional Procedure Indicator Code. A one position alpha code that indicates the allowable deviations from the prescribed requirements.
SPI No.: Special packaging instructions number.
LVL A/B/C: Indicates the type of shipping container required for level A, B, or C maximum packing protection.
SPC Mkg: A two position code that identifies the special markings applied to the container, which is part of the total pack to protect the contained item during preservation, packing, storage, transit and removal from the pack.
Indicates there is no information in the hmirs. The nsn is in a fsc in table ii of fed std 313 and a msds may be required by the user. The requirement for a msds is dependent on a hazard determination of the supplier or the intended end use of item.
Item does not contain precious metal.
Represents items with no adp components
HMIC: Hazardous Material Indicator Code. A one position code that identifies a hazardous item.
PMIC: Precious Metal Indicator Code. A one position code which identifies items that have precious metals as part of their content. precious metals are those metals generally considered to be uncommon, highly valuable, and relatively superior in certain properties such as resistance to corrosion and electrical conductivity.
ESD: Electrostatic Discharge. Indicates if an item is susceptible to electrostatic discharge or electromagnetic interference damage. electrostatic discharge damage occurs when an accumulation of static electricity generated by the relative motion or separation of materials is released to another item by direct contact. electromagnetic interference damage occurs when an item comes into proximity with an electrostatic or magnetic field.
ENAC: Enviromental Attribute Code. Identifies items with environmentally preferred characteristics.
CRITL: Criticality Indicator Code. Indicates an item is technically critical by tolerance, fit, application, nuclear hardness properties, or other characteristics.
U.s. Army aviation & missile command (air), attn: amsmi-lc-mm-c, redstone arsenal,al 35898-5230
SOS: Source of Supply. A three position code or routing identifier code (ric), which identifies the source of supply activity.
SMIC: Special Material Indicator Code. A two position code, which categorizes material on the basis of requirements for source or quality control, technical design or configuration control, procurement, stocking and issue control, special receipt, inspection, testing, storage, or handling.
MMAC: Material Management Aggregation Code. A two position code that identifies an item of supply to be managed by a specific activity manager.
MCC: Material Echelon Code. A two position code employed by the marine corps in classifying items into categories by materiel category and procurement echelon. the alphanumeric management code is in the first position and identifies the materiel category
IMC: Denotes wether items shall be subjected to integrated management under the defense supply agency or retained by the individual military service or other department of defense components for their management. Assigned by th activity responsible for item management coding.