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Table 4-3. Location of Markings - Continued
M1S 2-2 LABELS SHALL BE SECURELY ATTACHED TO EACH BOX, ONE EACH ON
THE FRONT SIDE AND ONE ON THE END TO THE RIGHT OF THE FRONT:
ALTERNATIVELY ONE LABEL SHALL BE PLACED ON TOP INSTEAD OF THE
END IF END PLACEMENT IS NOT PRACTICAL.
M1S 3- LETTER HEIGHT SPECIFIED IN MARKING INSTRUCTIONS DO NOT APPLY
TO LABELS.
M1S 4- LABELS SHALL BE ATTACHED BY ANY METHOD WHICH WILL PERMIT EASY
REMOVAL: I.E. TACKS, STAPLES.
M1S 5- PROPER SHIPPING NAME AND IDENTIFICATION NUMBER AND POP MARK-
ING MUST BE APPLIED DIRECTLY TO THE BOX AS SHOWN.
M1S 6- WHEN SPECIFIED ON PACKING AND MARKING DRAWING, THE WORDS,
"FOR CONUS SHIPMENT ONLY' SHALL BE APPLIED TO THE BOX DIRECTLY
BELOW THE POP MARKING.
MARKING INSTRUCTIONS FOR METAL PARTS SHIPMENT
MMP 1- WHEN METAL PARTS ARE SHIPPED IN ISSUE ITEM BOXES, MARKING
INFORMATION WILL BE APPLIED ON BOX LABELS.
MMP 2- ATTACH 2 LABELS (NOTES M1S 2, M1S 3, M1S 4)
MMP 3- LETTER HEIGHT WILL BE 1/4 INCH MINIMUM.
MMP 4- THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION WILL BE SHOWN:
PART NUMBER
(QUANTITY)
(NOMENCLATURE)
LOT NO.
CONTRACT NO.:
CU:
WT:
SEALING INSTRUCTIONS (NAILED WOOD)
SN 1- METHOD OF SEALING HASP AND HINGE HARDWARE:
A- CLOSE COVER, FASTEN HASP WITH SWIVELS AND PASS METALLIC SEAL
WIRE THROUGH EYELETS OF HASPS AND SWIVELS.
B- WITH WIRE PULLED TIGHT, SECURE METALLIC SEAL WITH SEALING
TOOL IN ACCORDANCE WITH DWG 8794342 (REF)
SN 2- METHOD OF SEALING WING NUTS FOR CLOSURE OF END OPENING BOXES:
A- WITH LOOSE END OF BOX AND BOLT IN POSITION, APPLY WASHER AND
THUMB NUT AND SECURE TIGHTLY.
B- INSERT METALLIC SEAL WIRE THROUGH HOLE IN BOLT, LOOP TIGHTLY
AROUND ONE WING OF THUMB NUT AND SECURE METALLIC SEAL WITH
SEALING TOOL IN ACCORDANCE WITH DWG 8794342 (REF).
SN 3- STRAPPING OF BOX:
A- STRAPPING SHALL BE LOCATED IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPENDIX OF
SPEC MIL-B-2427 (REF) ON THE GIRTH OF THE BOX.
B- THE LOCATION OF THE CONNECTORS IS OPTIONAL.
C- FULL TIGHT UNTIL STRAPPING CUTS INTO EDGE OF BOX. THEN SEAL
WITH CONNECTOR.
D-WHEN USING ALTERNATIVE STRAPPING, SEAL IN ACCORDANCE WITH
MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS.
SEALING INSTRUCTIONS (WIREBOUND)
SW 1- METHOD OF SEALING BY CLOSING LOOPS:
A- CLOSE LOOPS AS SHOWN IN FIGURE 9 OF SPEC MIL-B-46506 (REF).
SW 2- METHOD OF SEALING WITH METALLIC SEAL:
A- APPLY METALLIC SEAL UNDER CENTER WIRE AND THROUGH LOOP AS
SHOWN IN FIGURE 1.
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