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Packaging and Identification, Preformed Packings
- Aerospace Material Specification
Published June 01, 1959 by SAE International in United States
This specification covers procedures which will provide protection of preformed packings, primarily "O " rings of elastomeric materials, from contamination by foreign materials prior to installation and ensure positive identification by part number of each piece until it is installed.
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