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Standard

Shipping Caps, Covers and Plugs

2009-07-27
CURRENT
ARP5862
The primary purpose of the shipping closure is to protect the aircraft parts or system from damage and foreign material ingress/egress (e.g., dust, dirt or other contaminants) during transport and storage. Shipping closures are not airworthy items. Therefore, their usage is defined as preventative for the parts to be protected as opposed to operational. Military and commercial customer requirements for the prevention of damage or contamination to stored parts are generally limited to the generic instructions “all openings should be sufficiently covered to prevent the entrance of dust, dirt, moisture or other foreign contaminants”. This recommended practice outlines basic minimum parameters for suggested item construction and usage. Additionally, this recommended practice provides instruction on how to apply these closures to various openings.
Standard

Drum, Metal-Shipping and Storage

2001-03-01
CURRENT
AS6054
This specification covers new cylindrical drums to be used as exterior shipping containers (see 6.1).
Standard

LATCH, OVER-CENTER

2007-11-06
WIP
AS5745
The latch standard will identify the performance requirements and some interface requirements for an over-center latch with the primary intended use being for closure and securing shipping and storage containers.
Standard

TERMINOLOGY GUIDE FOR AIRCRAFT GAS TURBINE ENGINES

2002-07-23
HISTORICAL
AS509
This Aeronautical Standard covers terms frequently applied to aircraft gas turbine engines and their operation but does not include names of particular parts, the latter being covered by AS 341, Drawing Title Rules and Nomenclature for Aircraft Engine Parts.
Standard

AIRCRAFT ENGINE TRANSPORT DEVICES

1986-01-01
HISTORICAL
ARP1840
The tests are static in nature to minimize complexity and cost of required testing facilities. As far as practical, applied static loads should take into account the combined static and dynamic loads anticipated in service.
Standard

Aircraft Engine Transport Devices

2000-01-01
HISTORICAL
ARP1840A
The tests are static in nature to minimize complexity and cost of required testing facilities. As far as practical, applied static loads should take into account the combined static and dynamic loads anticipated in service.
Standard

Aircraft Engine Transport Devices

2007-02-21
CURRENT
ARP1840B
The tests are static in nature to minimize complexity and cost of required testing facilities. As far as practical, applied static loads should take into account the combined static and dynamic loads anticipated in service.
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