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GASKET, RUBBER, FLUID RESISTANT, OILS, SYNTHETIC OILS AND FUELS (-65 TO +400 °F), MOLD IN GROOVE
- Aerospace Standard
Published February 19, 2008 by SAE International in United States
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WHEN MS27196 WAS CONVERTED TO AS27196 THE PLATE MATERIAL WAS UPDATED FROM MIL-S-5059 302 ANNEALED TO AMS 5515. MIL-S-5059 CANCELLATION NOTICE 1 STATES THAT 302 ANNEALED WAS REPLACED BY AMS 5516. THIS REVISION CORRECTS THAT ERROR.
MATERIAL: METAL RETAINER, CORROSION RESISTANT STEEL, SPEC AMS 5516
RUBBER SEAL, RUBBER PER SPEC AMS-R-83248, TYPE II, CLASS 1.
REMOVE ALL BURRS AND SHARP EDGES.
DIMENSIONS IN INCHES. UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, TOLERANCES: DECIMALS ±.005; FRACTIONS ±1/64; ANGLES ±1/2°.
INDIVIDUALLY PACKAGE PER SPEC MIL-STD-2073-1, METHOD 33.
PRODUCT SHALL BE PERMANENTLY IDENTIFIED AS TO MANUFACTURER AND TYPE.
SEAL DESIGN MUST PROVIDE SUBSTANTIAL FILLING OF THE GROOVE WHEN ASSEMBLED.
FOR DESIGN FEATURE PURPOSES, THIS STANDARD TAKES PRECEDENCE OVER PROCUREMENT DOCUMENTS REFERENCED HEREIN.
REFERENCED DOCUMENTS SHALL BE OF THE ISSUE IN EFFECT ON THE DATE OF INVITATIONS FOR BID.
A CHANGE BAR ( | ) LOCATED IN THE LEFT MARGIN IS FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE USER IN LOCATING AREAS WHERE TECHNICAL REVISIONS, NOT EDITORIAL CHANGES, HAVE BEEN MADE TO THE PREVIOUS ISSUE OF THIS DOCUMENT. AN (R) SYMBOL TO THE LEFT OF THE DOCUMENT TITLE INDICATES A COMPLETE REVISION OF THE DOCUMENT, INCLUDING TECHNICAL REVISIONS. CHANGE BARS AND (R) ARE NOT USED IN ORIGINAL PUBLICATIONS, NOR IN DOCUMENTS THAT CONTAIN EDITORIAL CHANGES ONLY.
|Aerospace Standard||PACKING, PREFORMED - AMS7280 - SEAL|
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