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R,R-S-%OD } ; Pebru~g~~7, 1980 ..----- SU$?!i’RSEDX~ ..— xn~.peel. Spec.RR-S -00550 C(N4W-SH) P@rch3,1978and Fed.SP12C. RR-S-S5QB Fekxua,ry 11,1974 FEDI?!RNJ SPECXFXCATIOIJ SOCKETS. WIREROPE . l’his s&cificat$on wasapproved by the Commissioner, Federal Supply Service, General Services Administration, foruseofallFederal aqencLes. 1. SCOPEMD CLASSIFICATION 1.1 scope. Thisspecification coversockets forwireropesWedinrigging, hoisting, towing, stowage. excavating, logging andstumpremoving equipments, andmarine application. 1.1.1Ftieral speclficati.on cmezage. ‘Federal qmzificat.ions domotinclude alltypesa finhhemand classes ofthecomnodi ties indicated bythetitle ofthespecification, orwhich am cosmarcially available, hut are fntmttled tocover the types. finishes, andclasses which aresuitable forFc~exal Government reqdmments. X.2 Claaaification. 1.2.1 pcs,finishes, andclasses. Wire ropesockets shall beofthe following types, finishes, an {sea6.2.1): m A- Qpensockets. B-Closed sockets. c- Wed$csockets, open. D’-Bridge sockets, open. E- 13ridge sockets, closed. Finishes: 1 -Bare[uncoated). 2- Zinc*oatw3. Classes: 1- t?ot magnetic particle inspectecl. . 2- 14agnee%c particle inspected. ., . . 1.3sizes.wire rope sockets shall 6.2.1).— 2. AJWLXABLE Q4Xm4mTs 2.1Thefollowing documents, ofthe request for proposal, form apartofthis beape”cif5.ed bywirerope diameters (see3.3and i~sueq ineffect m dateofinvitation forbiasQr specification totheextent specified herein: ! I .. E%c4930
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Pebru~g~~7,1980..-----SU$?!i’RSEDX~..— —xn~.peel.Spec.RR-S-00550C(N4W-SH)P@rch3,1978andFed.SP12C.RR-S-S5QBFekxua,ry11,1974

FEDI?!RNJSPECXFXCATIOIJ

SOCKETS.WIREROPE.

l’hiss&cificat$onwasapprovedbythe Commissioner,FederalSupplyService,GeneralServicesAdministration,foruseofallFederalaqencLes.

1. SCOPEMD CLASSIFICATION

1.1 scope. ThisspecificationcoverssocketsforwireropesWed inrigging,hoisting,towing, stowage.excavating,loggingandstumpremovingequipments,andmarineapplication.

1.1.1Ftieralspeclficati.oncmezage.‘Federalqmzificat.ionsdomotincludealltypesafinhhemandclassesofthecomnoditiesindicatedbythetitleofthespecification,orwhicham cosmarciallyavailable,hutarefntmttledtocoverthe types. finishes,andclasseswhicharesuitableforFc~exalGovernmentreqdmments.

X.2 Claaaification.

1.2.1 pcs,finishes,andclasses.Wireropesocketsshallbeofthefollowingtypes,finishes,an {sea6.2.1):

mA- Qpensockets.B -Closedsockets.c- Wed$csockets,open.D’- Bridgesockets,open.E- 13ridgesockets,closed.

Finishes:

1 - Bare[uncoated).2- Zinc*oatw3.

Classes:

1- t?otmagneticparticleinspectecl. .2- 14agnee%cparticleinspected.

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1.3 sizes.wirerope sockets shall6.2.1).—

2. AJWLXABLEQ4Xm4mTs

2.1 Thefollowingdocuments,oftherequestforproposal,forma partofthis

beape”cif5.edbywireropediameters(see3.3and

i~sueqineffectm dateofinvitationforbiasQrspecificationtotheextentspecifiedherein:

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Federal specifications:

FF-N-836 - Nut: SquaXe, Hexagon, Cap, Slotted, Castle, Knurled, Welding andSingle Ball seat.

FF-P-386 - Pins, Cotter (Split) .PPP-B-585 - Box, Wood, Wirebound..PPP-B-601 - Boxes, Wood, Cleated -Plywood.PPP-B-621 - Box, Wood, Nailed and Lock Corner.PPP-B-636 - Boxes, Shipping, Fiberboard.PPP-B-665 - BOX, Paperboard, Metal Ed9es and components.

Federal standards:

FED-STD-H2S - Screw Thread Standards for Federal Services.FED- STD-66 - Steel, Chemical Composition and Hardenability.FED- STD-123 - Marking for Shipment, (Civil A9enCieS] .FED-STD-151 - Metal, Test Methods.

(Activities outside the Federal Government WY obtain copies of Federal Specifications,Standards, and Handbooks as outlined under Seneral Information in the Index of FederalSpecifications and Standards and at the prices indicated in the Index. The Index, whichincludee cu.mtiative monthly supplements as Issued, is for sale on a subscription basis bythe Supnri”tendent of Dcmmxnents, u.S. Governnwnt Printing office, Washington, DC 20402.

(Single copies of this specification and other Federal Specifications required byactivities outside the Federal Government for bidding p.rpmses are available without chargefrom General Services administration Business Service Centers in Boston: New York:Philadelphia: Washington, DC; Atlanta: Chicago: Kansas City, MO; Port worth; Houston; Denver;San Francisco; LOS Angeles; and Seattle, WA.

(Federal Government activities may obtain copies of Federal Specifications, Standards,and Handbwks and the Index of Federal Specifications and standards from established distri-bution pointe in their agencies. )

Military Specifications:

MIL-P-116 - Presentation-Packaging, Wethods of.M1L-L-10547 - Liners, Case, and Sheet, Oven#rap; Water -Vaparprc-af or Waterproof ,

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Flexible.

Military Standards:

MI L- STD-1OS - Sampling procedures and Tables for lnsPectiOn bY Attributes.MIL-STD-129 - Harking for Shipment and Storage.MIL-STD-147 - Palletized Unit Loads for 40” x 40” Pallets.f41L-sTD-163 - Steel Mill Products, Preparation for Shipment -d S,tOrage.MIL-STD-271 - Nondestructive Testing Requirements for Metals.MIL-STD-1186 - Cushioning, Anchoring, Bracing. Blocking, and WatW’Pr00fin9:

with Appropriate Test Methods.

Military Publication:

Naval Sea systems Command (NAVSS.AI0900 -LP-003-8000 - Metals, Surface Inspection Acceptance Standards.

(copies of Military specifications and Standards required by contractors i. connectionwith specific acquisition functions should be obtained from the co. t=acti.9 activity or asdirected by the contracting of ficer. )

2.2 Other publications. The following documents form a part of this specification tothe, extent $Pecxfled herein. Unless otherwise indicated, the issue in effect on date ofinvitation for bids or request for propsal shall apply.

merican Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) :A 153 - Zxnc Ccating (uot-D~p) on Iron and steel Hardware.A 37!2 - Mechanical Testing of Steel Products, Methods a“d Definitions for.

(Application for copies should be addressed to the American Society for Testinq andMaterials, 1916 Race Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103. )

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RR-s-5sGDUniformClassificationCamnit?ice,-A~~:-...——UnWormFrei’@i’Z7Tas9ificatTon

{ApplicationforcopiesshouldbeaddressedtotheUniformclassification CommitteeA9ent,Room1106,222SouthRiversidePlaza,Chicaqo,IL 60606.)

(ApplicationforcopiesshouldbcckklxessedtotheAmericanTruckimgA.SSOCiati.OmS.Inc.,TrafficDCpaEtRWnt.1616PStreet,KW.~ashingtontX 20036.)

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3. E.EC)OIRE?4EPWS

3.1 Material.

3.1.1Thesocketbody(basket,wedge,andbritlge)shallcompositions1030,1035or1030,aaspecifiedinFED-STD-66.tensi3estrength(normalized)of70,000poundspersquareinchtionof15percent.

3.L.1.XEyebolta.U-bolts,nutsandpinsshallbeoftheanyothersteelhavingidenticaltensilestrength.

1bemadeofcarbonsteelof

twmesteelcompositionsor of

3.2 Fabrication.

3.2.1wireropesockets,typesA andB.WithmltanyWdding.

3.2.2wireEQPSsockets.t.ypac. ThCseshallbeClropfmqcd,castorcutfromplate.

3.2.3wireropesockets,typesD andE.cast.

Thesesocketssha~lbesteel,dropforged,

socketsshallbesteel,cast,andthewedges

Bzidgebowlsinthesesocketsshallbfisteel,

3.2.3.XE ebolts.‘+

Eyeboltsinopenbridgesockets,type0,shallbesteel,gorqed.withoutanywe .

3.2.3.2U-bolts.u-boltsinclosedbridgesockets,typeE,shallbemaciefromsteelbarstock,rol~forqed, atthecontractor’soption.

3.2.3.3Nuts.TheeyeboltsandU-boltsshallcarryateachendeithersingle,finished,thick,ordoub=eavysemi-finishedMxagonnutsatthecontractor’soption,andshallbeasspecifiedinW-N-836.

3.2.3.4Threads.ThreadsshallbeoftheUnifiedor?unexican”NationalCoarse-ThreadSeries,class2Aforboltsandclass2Bfornuts,inaccordancewithFED-S’l’D-li2i3.Thethzeaclsintheeyeboltsandu-boltsshall.berdlec?cmGutacthecontractor’soption.

3.2.4Ptis.Pinsshallbemadefrombarstock,roiledm forged.3.2.4$.1Cotterpima.Cattarpinnaballcanfonstotype~pins~fFF-P-386.

3.2.5Recoveredmaterials.Unlessotherwisespecifiedherein,allequipment,material,Iandarticlesincorporatedinthepro%!actscmre,re~bythisspecificationshallbenewandshallbe‘fabricatedusingmaterialsproducedfrcmrecoveredmaterialstothemaximumextentpracticablew5thoutjeopardizingtheLntenfleduse.I%*term“recoveredmaterials”meansmaterialawhichhaveMen collectedorrecoveredfromsolidwastema reprocessedtobecomea sourceofrawmaterials,asopposedtovirginrawmaterials.Noneoftheaboveshallbeh>erpretedtomeanthattheuseofuat~orrebuiltproductsisallowedunderthisspecificationunlessothemdisespecifiea%lyspecified.

3.3Constructionalanddimensional,requirements.Wireropesocketsaresizedbythediametero~-rope onwhichthesocketswillbeWed.

3.3.1~ir~ropeopensockets,typeA. Thesesocketsshallbeoftheshapeshownon Ifigure1,an~~ dimensionsgivenintable1,asspecified.

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3.3.1.1Pins.TfleA socketsshallbesuppliedwithpifiS.Thediametersofthepinhole[eye)sham aagivenintableII.

TABLE11. Diametersofpinhole(eye).i Pinhole(eye)diameter:

Socketa’ize maximumoverthediameter4 ofthepin# Xnchea Inch

lJ4- 5/8 1/163/4- 1-3/8 3/32

1-1/2- 2-1/8 1/82-1/4- 2-3/8 1/4

3.3.1.2Grooves.‘rhebasketinthesesockeksshallhaveoneormorecircumferentialgroovesonthe~ surface,asshownonfigure1. ThenumberanddepthofthegroovesshallbeanapedfiedLn tableX.21.

TA3LE111.tWamberandthesizeofk,hegroovesinw’ireropeSoc?ceta.

GroQvefs

I DepthWmber ~ (approxi-

mately)

Inch1 IA62 1/83 3/16

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3.3.2.1Grooves.ThebaaketinthesesocketsshallhaveoneormoreCircumfermtialgroovesonthe~ surfaceasshownonfigure2andspecifiedintable111.

3.3.3wirexopeopenwedgesockets,type C. ThesesocketsshallbeoftheshapeShmnonfigure3 andotdmemlonsapecafxedm t&XFV. Thebasketsmaybeprov~dedatthecontractor’soption,withwaysfordirectingtheslidingactionofthewedgemadewithcorrespondinggibs.Thewedge shallbegroovedtosuitthewirerope.

TAELEV. Wireropewedqesockets,typeC.

1’ Minimumaimerksime [in=lms) II

Finhole Distance Thickness PinholeSize[rope centerto between diameter,ofjawa Approximatediaaetsm)socketend jaws minimum weigh%

A II c D’

Znches31$ 4-3/4

!5-1/26-7/$7-1/299-3/$lQ-5/811-3/411-3/413-1/413-1,/4

5/85/8

2.-1/41-3/01-1,/21-5/81-5/83“-3/41-3/42-1/22-1/2

3/81/21/25/83/47/8

11-1/81-1/81-V41-1/4

Pounds2.53.5

:Is20233232!5252

3/47/8

1I-l/a1-1/41-3/81-1/21-5/8

3.3.3.1‘rypeC socketsshallbesuppliedwithpins.Thediametersofthepinsshallbesmallerthanthediametersofcorrespondingeyeholaa,specifiedintableV.byl/32-inchinUrmcwMedsooketsandbyl/16-inchinmated(galvanised]sockets.

) 3.3.4WirexopeopaRbridgesockets.cypen. Theserocketsshallbeofthecanstrue-tiondrownonfigure4~amdofdimensionsSpecrLedintab&sVI.

TABLEWx. Wireropeopenbridqesoclwts~typeD.

Minimumdimensions(inches) aSize(ropedime-ter)

Inches5/83/4

~ 7/8

1-1/81-1/41-3/81-2/21-!$/81-3/41-7/82

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3-1/244-lf255-1/2

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1-3/16l-3/a1-1/21-3/4

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1-1/41-1/21-3/422-1/42-V42-3/433-1/43-1/2“3-3/43-3/4

25303755

1::1so190240290340400

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TAME VI. Wire rope open bridge sockets, type D. - Continued

)Minimum dimensions [inches 1

TakeUP

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Eye- ItsDepth :zincbowl

W.hole

dimwter

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4040484856566666

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Diame-ter

B

Length

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404042424242

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10101111

2-3/42-3/433

10-1/410-1/411-1/411-1/4121213-1/213-1/2

460520600700800900

10001100

444-1/24-1/2512

1212-1/213

3-1/43-1/43-1/23-1/2

55-1/25-1/2

3.3 .4.1 Pins. TYF D Sockets shall be supplied with pins . The diameter. of the pinsshall be small~an the diameters of corresponding eye holee, specified in table VI,by l/32-inch in unccdted sockets and by l/16-inch in coated (galvanized) sockets.

3.3.5 Wire rape closed bridge sockete, type E. These sockets shall be of the constr”ctjon show. on f=gure 5 and of dimensions as speci~~ed in table VII.

TABLE VI 1. Wire rope closed bridge sockets, type E

Approxiomteweight, in Ibs.

MiniMW dimensions (inches)

Depth>f zincbowl

A

i-boltsSize {rope

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on 1y

16202838

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125145185220290320380450525580630690750

additionalf.zot ofjolt lengti

5.55.577

Diameter

B

Length

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151617182224263030333338394042

;:424444

!akeup

D

899

1:1212’15151518181818101818181818

/C distance

E

Inches5/83/47/8

11-1/81-1/41-3/81-1/21-5/81-3/41-7/022-1/82-1/42-3/02-1/22-5/82-3/42-7/83

3-1/244-1/255-1/266-1/27-1/87-1/88-1/4e-1/49-1/2

10-1/410-1/411-1/411-1/412

3-1/43-3/44-1/455-1/266-1/277

7/81i-1/81-1/41-3/8l-i/21-3/42

1012162121273333404048485656

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3.4 Galvanizing .---Y’-+

Wire rope sockets with finish 2 shall be galvanized (zinc-coated) bythe hot-dip ga van zing process. The sockets on nonmilitary orders shall be 9alvanized inaccordance with gocd cannnercial practice, whereas those on military orders shall be galvaniz~in accordance with the requir-e. ts of ASTM A 153.

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3.4.1EyebaltSandu-boltsandnutsinsocketswithfinish2 shallbe9alvaniz*afterI threadingor tapping.Nutsmaybisrekappedaftergalvanizing.

3.SMarkingfoxidentification.Eachsocketonnonmilitaryomhaxsshallbeplainlymarkedozbrandedwxt,hits-ufacturez’s nameoxtrademarkandonmilitaryordersinadditionwiththelettexs“U-s.”.

3.6Magneticpazticleinspection.AlltypeA and8.finish1,class2 E?OCketSshallbecompletelymagneticparticleinspectedinaccordancewithFIIL-STD-271.Thesesocketsaballcomplywith class ~ @ NAVSEA09C10-LI?-003-8000.Xndicationainexcessofclass3 6hallhecauseforrejectionofthatsocket.

free;;;m‘!%%?%%&, fins;slivers,cra&aandothazinjuriousdefectmwhichmayaffectAU socketsshallbeproperlyshapedwithoutsharpedgesatapenlnga,

theirserviceabilityandhandling.Thezinccoating,(finish21onwireropesocketsshaL2beadherent,smooth,free fromuncoatedspots,injuriouslumps,blisters,drossor flux.

IJ.1 Re!smsAbiMtyh- hspectfan-.W.Lem@MXWUmspcc$f%edin$hccontractoror,puxdw+eorder.thecomtractozA*responsiblefartheperformanceofalliswpactionmkquirememtsasspecifiedherein.Exceptas othemviaaspecified in thecontractoroxder,thecontractormayuseMeawnw anyotherfacilitiessu$tablefoxtheperformanceoftheinspectionrequirementsspecifiedhexein,unlessdisapprovedbytheGovernment.TheGovernmentreservestherighttoperformanyoftheinspectionssetforthinthaepec%ficationwheresuchinspectionsaredeemedmxmafaarytoassurenupp~iesandeezvlceaconformtoprescribedrequirements.

4.2 Qualityconformanceinspection.

4.2.1hot.AOinapectiomlotshallcomsiatofallCULW1.andclass2 socketsofthesametypean~im%shproducedundertheisameconditionsamdofferedforinspectionatomet$ms.

4“2’2%?- Statisticalsamplingamd&napectkonaha,llbeinaccordancewith‘b ?4XL.STD-10’5.‘r,eacceptablequalitylevel(AQL) is 2.j 4.2.3Samp~ingforchemicalanalysis.6Masqplashallbetakenfrumseveralrocket;

salectcdat zandmfromthe lot. Thesampleshallcomsistofnotleesthan2 ouncesoffime,clean(freefromoil,dirt,gritorotharforeignmaterial)drillings,siillirkgs,orshavings,propexlypacked,marked,andsenttot,hclaboratorydesignatedbythe contractingactivity.

4.2.3.1Zfthesocketsaremadeofsteelfroma heatwhichhasbeenpreviouslysampledandfoundinconformancewiththJ.sspecification,thesamplingof4.2.3m~ybewaived.

4.2.4SampMng for tensiletest. Pourzepresmtatiwsamplekshallbeselectedatma-domfmm eachlotofsocketsorfromthesteeLtoheusedinthemanufactureofeachlokofsockets.

4.3 Inspectiontfordimensional,workmanshipandmarking(brandinq)requirements).li!achofthesamplesockets.selectedh accordancewith4.2.2shallbemeasuredforcompl,i-anoewiththespecifiedd.i.mmdonalrequiramentaandvisuallyinapeccedforworkmanshipantimarkimgoxbrsmdimq.Ifthenumberofdefectiverocketsinthems!pleislessorequaltotheaceeptamcenumberspecifiedin4.2.2forthernizeoftbelotunderimspeoeion,thelotrepresentedbytheaax@eshallbeacceptedinsofarasthedimensicmal,marking[bramdingorworkmamshAprequirementsare concerned.Ifthemmberof defectivewcketsisequaloxgreaterthanthexejectionnumberspecifiedin4.2.2forthesizeofthelotunderinspectionthelotrepresentedbythesampleshallberejected.

4.41Tests.

4.4.1ChemicaZanalysistest.A chemicalanalys%sshallbemadeonthesamplepre-paredinaccordancewith4 2.3.Theanalysisshallbemadebya wetchemicalor speclLro-graphicmethod.Incaseo;dispute,theanalysisbythewetchemicalprocessshallbethebasisforacceptance.Failure of the sampletoconformtothechemicalcomposition,speci-fiedby3.1.1,shallbecauseforrejectionofthelot.

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4 .4.2 Tensile test. The preparation of the test sp+cimens and the testing methodsshall be conducted ln accordance with the requirements of ASTM h 370. Failure of onetest specimen to conform to the required tensile strength (see 3.1.1) , shall be cause forrejection of the lot .

4.S Reinspection and retest.

4.S.1 Reinspection. A re jetted lot mdy be resubmi tf.ed for reinspection after the con-tractor or manufacturer, beinq informed of the reasons for rsjection, has inspected eachsocket i“ the lot for the deficiency (ies) noted and has renmved or reworked all nonconformingunits. one reinspection only shall be permitted.

4.5.2 Retests. Retests, when requested by the manufacturer or contractor, shal 1 bepermitted in acc.orrlance with the regulations of FED-STD-151.be permitted.

Not more than one retest shall

4.6 $tagnetic particle inspection. All type .4 and B, finish 1, class 2 sockets shallbe magnetic partic Ie inspected i“ accordance with 3.6.

4.7 Inspection of packaq-in~ sample packages and packs and the inspection of thepresemation-packaging, packing and marking for shipment and stora9e shall be in .ac~r*ncewith the req”ireme’nts of secticm 5 and the documents specified therein.

5. PREPAAATIOV FOR DEL XVSRY

(T!Iepackaging req.ireme”ts specified herein apply only for direct Government acquisi-tions. )

5.1 General. Wire rope sockets of one type, finish and size shall be packaged, packed,or palletized in the quantity specified in table VIII.

rsocket size

l“Ch1/45/163/87/16l/23/165/8

TABI>E VIII . (

Quantity ofockets per case

4030

,“tities of sockets per case

;ocket size

Inches3/47/8

;-1/81-1/41-3/81-1/2

Quantity ofsockets per case

2010108554

>ntainer) .

socket size

Inches1-5/81-3/41-7/822-1/82-1/42-3/8

Quzmti ty ofsockets per case.

4332222

=’ Packaged 10 sockets per carton a“d 10 cartons per case.

5.2 Preservation-pa.kagin~. Preservation-packaging shall be level A or C, as specified(see 6.2.1).

5.2.1 Level A. Wire rope sockets shall be cieaned process C-1 and unit protected mefhod1 of t41L-P-116 Contact preservative shall conform to typ? P-19 or MIL-P-116. Cartons(see fOOtnOte i, table VIII) shail conform to class domestic boxes of PPP-B-665 or PPP-B-636,with box selection at the option of the contractor. FOZ 7/16 size and larger, sockets shallbe packed as specified in 5.3.

5.2.2 Level C. Preservation -packaging of wire rope sockets shall afford protection

a9ainst cOrr~~@teriO~at~on Or physi:.1 damage during shipment from the supply sourceto the first recelvlng activity far unnedxate use. The eontr.ctor -s normal preservatiOn -packagi”g methods may be uti 1ized when such meet the requirements of this level.

5.3 Packing. Packing shall be level A, B, or C. as specified (see 6.2.1) .

5.3.1 General requirerc.e”ts for levels A and B. Shipping containers shall be of a mini-mum weiqht and cube consistent with the requirements of this specification. Anchoring,blc-eking, braci”q and cushioning methods and materials shall be in accordance with.MI1.-STD-1186, except that shredded newspper, ex.?elsior, and similar materials which havenot been chemically refined for noncorrosiveness are unacceptable unless they are enclosedi“ a sealed waterproof, greaseproof barrier material. For level A shipments, wood and wOd-cleatcd boxes shall have case liners con fornd”g to M1L-L-10547.

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5.3.2LevelsA andB. Socketsprmservcd-packagmiasspecified(see6.2.1)shallbe

)packedforthelevelspecified(see6.2.1)inanyoneof thecontainersasspecifiedintableIX.

TABLEXX. Containerselection.

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Specification Container W=tium(pounds)~/ “,u LevelA LevelB Under100100-250 2s0-1000 Over1000

PPP-B-636 ~%, shipping, WeatherDomestic 2_/ 2J ~ No No ‘fiberboard resist-

W#PPP-B-585 ~Box,wood,wire- Class3,Cls$s1 Y Yea g/ No

, bound,PPP-B-601 BOX,wood,c2eated-Over- DcmM?stic~/ Yes Yes No

plywood acae typetype

PPP-B-621 Box,wood,mailedClass2Class1 Y Yes y Hoandlock-cornerQver- damestic

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> gj YHXL-STD-147Pallets0’x 48= No NG No ~:6J/ .-. -.‘Containerswithgrossweightexceeaing200poundsshallhavewoossKMsappliedh accord-ancewiththeapplicablecontainerspecificationorappendixthereto,or if no suchrequirementexiata,skidsasspecifiedinPPP-B-621shallbeapplied.

~/Maximumgrossweight,contaikmrpluscontents, shall not exceedthe applicablespecifica-tionrequirementsforthestyle,typeorclasscontainerselectedforthelevelofpack-ingtobeapplied.

~’l?or-Axmyonly,fiberboardcontainersshallbeprohibitedaaexteriorshippingcontainersunderlevelA. W2MMJused,fiberboardcontainersshallbeover-packedinotheroptionalwoodcontainersSwecifki.

~’~orweightsunder100pounds,containermaybeused:however,lighterweight,minimumcube-andlessexrnensivefiberboardcontainersshouldbsgivenconsideration.

~’TableVIand-figure2,barboxesof MXL-STD-163mayalsobeusedfortheweightsspecified.~’t?henspecified(see6.2.1),socketsmaybepmlletizedinaccordancewith$WL-STD-147and

softwoodlumbezisacceptableasraubskf.tuteforhardwood.

5.3.2.1Shippingcontainersshallbeclosedandstrappedi~accordancewiththeappli-cablespecificationorappendixthereto,withmethodV for weather-resistantandmethod IfordomesticclosureapplyingforPPP-B-636containers. .

S.3.3LevelC. sockets,presemed-packagedanspecifiedfsee6.2.1),shallbe~ck~—.incontainersacceptable‘to.theconxaoncarriexwhichwillinsuresafedeliveryatdestina-tioninasatimfactarycondhionatfilmlomstapplicablerate.Containers,packingormethodofshipmentshallcomplywithuniformFxeightorNationalMotorFreightClassifica-tionRulesosRegulationsorothercarr%errule.aasapplicabletothemodeOCtransportation.

5.4 $farkin$.

5.4.L ?%ilitaryagencies.{see6.2.11,znter~orpackages,accordancewithHzL-STD-X29.

Inadditiontoanyspecialmarkingrequiredbythecontractexteriorshippingcontainersorpalletsshallbe markedin

5.4.2Civilaqemciem.Inadditiontoanyspecialmarkingrequiredbythecontract(See6.2.1),int~iorpackagesandexteriorshippingcontainersshallbemarkedinaccord-ancewithFED-STO-123.

6. NOTES

6.1 Intendeduse.

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6. 1.1 Wire rope sockets, types A, B, D, ar’ldE. Tl!ese sockets are for permanentattachment to wire ropes. The end of i?W.re, rcPe ?_s threaded thro.qh the lower oPeninq i.the basket or the bridge, the wires are untwxsted and broomed-up, the core removed andafter thorough pickling, washing and thorou9h drYin9 of Wires, ~lten zinc is pOured in tOthe basket or bridge bowl. After the solidification of zinc, the wire rope and the socketare firmly dnd permanently assembled until zinc is remelted. This method of assembly ofwire ropes with sockets is used wherever the full .trength of the wire rOPe has tO beutilized when needed. The bridge sockets are used in constructions where tightening of

ropes from time to time is involved.

6 .1.2 Wire rope sockets, type C. These sockete are used for quick, temporary or fieldassemb Iy requlzer’ents and where Untwlstiny of the wire rope is undesirable. The ultimateaBseubly strength of this type of socket is about 70 percent of the wire rope strength.

6 .1.3 Wire rope sockets, classes 1 and 2. Class 2 sockets are to be used where magneticparticle inspection is required such as in ii’?ting nuclear equipment. class 1 sockets areto be used for ali other applications.

6.2 ordering data.

6 .2.1 Acquisition requirements. Acquisition documents should specify the following:

(a) Title, “umber, and date of this specification.(b) Type, ”finish, and class of sockets required (see 1.2) .~~~ Size of sockets required (see 1.3) .

Ntier of sockets required.(e) kmv:l: ~f3yreservat ion-packaging and packing required (see 5.2, 5.3, 5.3.2,

(f) when s&~et~ shall be palletized (see 5.3.2, footnote 6) .(9)” Special marking required (see 5.4.1 and 5.4.21.

6.3 American National Standard Mll. 1, ‘Wire Ropes for Mines- , may be consulted asa safety standard for the proper usa~e of items covered by this specification.

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