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MIL-6-7838C 1 March 1989 SUPERSEDING MIL-B-7838B 20April 1962
MILITARY SPECIFICATION BOLT, INTERNAL WRENCHING, 160KSI FTU
This specification is approved for use by all Departments of the Department of Defense. and Agencies
Scope. This specification covers internal wrenching bolts for use in applications requiring 160 KSI tensile strength, 96 KSI shear strength, or high fatigue strength and combinations thereof. 2. APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS 2.1 Government documents.
2.1.1 Specifications, standards and handbooks. The following specifications, standards and handbooks form a part of this specification to the extent specified herein. Unless otherwise specified, the issues of these documents shall be those listed in the issue of the Department of Defense Index of Specifications and Standards (DODISS) and supplement thereto, cited in the solicitation. SPECIFICATIONS FEDERAL QQ-P-416 PPP-B-566 PPP-B-585 PPP-B-601 PPP-B-621 Plating, Cadmium (Electrodeposited) Boxes, Folding, Paperboard Boxes, Wood, Wirebound Boxes, Wood, Cleated-Plywood Boxes, Wood, Nailed and Lock-Corner
Beneficial comments (recommendations, additions, deletions) and anY Pertinent this document should be addressed to: data which maybe of use in improving Naval Air Engineering Center, Systems Engineering and Standardization Department (Code 53}, Lakehurst, NJ 08733-5100, by using the self-addressed Standardization Document Im rovement Proposal (DD Form 1426) appearing at the end of this document or by Yetter.
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FEDERAL (Continue PPP-B-636 PPP-B-665 Box, Fiberboard Boxes, Paperboard, Metal Stayed (Including Stay Material) Boxes, Setup Paperboard
PPP-B-676 MILITARY MIL-P-116 MIL-B-121
Preservation, Methods of
Barrier Material, Greaseproofed, Waterproofed, Flexible Steel, Chrome-Nickel-Molybdenum Reforging Stock (E4340) Bars and
Thread Compound; Antiseize, Graphite-Petrolatum Steel, Chrome-Molybdenum (4140)’Bars, Rods and Forging Stock (for Aircraft Applications) Steel, Chrome-Nickel-Molybdenum (8740) Bars and Forging Stock (for Aircraft Applications) Steel,, Chrome-Nickel-Molybdenum (8735) Bars and Forging Stock (for Aircraft Applications) Heat Treatment of Steels (Aircraft Practice), Process for Screw Threads, Standard, Optimum Selected Series, General Specification for Steel Bars; Chrome-Vanadium Quality (6150) Aircraft
Screw Threads, Controlled Radius Root With Increased Minor Diameter, General Specification for Liners, Case, Waterproof
the issues of documents not listed in the DODISS shall be the issue of the nongovernment documents which is current on the date of the solicitation.) The following document(s) forms a part of this 2. Chicago. sKall supersede applicable laws and regulations unless a specific exemption has been obtained. NY 10018. 160 KSI (Copies of specifications. Unless otherwise specified.I Surface Texture (Surface Roughness. Fastener Inspection. standards and handbooks required by contractors in connection with specific acquisition functions should be obtained from the contracting activity or as directed by the contracting activity. With Test Methods Magnetic Particle and Storage Blocking and Test Methods Inspection by Cushioning.3 Order of precedence. Nothing in this specification. however.) 2. the issues of the documents which are DOD adopted shall be those listed in the issue of the DODISS soecified in the solicitation. Internal Wrenching. Bracing. 1430 Broddway. Appropriate MIL-STD-1312 MIL-STD-1949 ?620004 thru MS20024 Bolt. Waterproofing. 3 . MIL-B-7838C STANDARDS MILITARY MIL-STD-105 Sampling Procedures and Tables for Attributes MIL-STD-129 MIL-sTD-1186 Marking for Shipment Anchoring. AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE (ANSI) ANSI B46. specification to the extent specified herein. the text of this s edification shall take precedence.) UNIFORM CLASSIFICATION COMMITTEE Uniform Freight Classification Rules (Application for copies should be addressed to the Uniform Classification Conanittee.com on 2012-09-07T13:19:57. In the event of a conflict between the text of this specification and the references cited herein (except for associated detail specifications.Downloaded from http://www.everyspec. Unless otherwise specified. IL 60606. Waviness and Lay) (Application for copies should be addressed to the American National Standards Institute. specification sheets or MS standards).2 Other publications. 222 South Riverside Plaza. New York.
’ 3. thereby eliminating an abrupt 1. REQUIREMENTS 3. There shall be a change in cross sectional area as illustrated in Figure thread runout runout of may deviate not less than one fram true thread thread.3. except minor diameter modifie d as specified in Figure 1.2 products applicable furnished the under this activity specification for listing shall on be the qualifying qualified products list at the time set for opening of bids (see 4.3 Heads. The bearing surface of bolt heads shall be at 3.everyspec.Downloaded from http://www.2. Incomple~e threads shall conform to Figure 1A.1 Dimension. Threads shall be fully formed by single rolling process after heat treatment.3 Incompl~te threads. Sockets may be forged or machined.4. MIL-S-5626 (UNS G41400).4.1 Bearing ‘1 surface. MIL-S-6098 (UNS G87350) or MIL-S-8503.2.2.4. Production bolts shal be made from material procured to the same nominal composition limits as that used for qualification. MIL-S-6049 (UNS G87400).com on 2012-09-07T13:19:57. Thread runout. 3. The grain flow in the threads shall be continuous and shall follow the general thread contour with the maximum density at the bottom of the root radius as shown in Figure 2. Dimensions shall be in accordance with MS20004 thru MS20024 or other applicable specifications.3 and 6.2 Rolling.3 Materials. 3. F-or chip clearance in machined sockets sha~l not penetrate the head dimensional thicness nor shall it be any larger than the hexagon width across flats.4. The and .2 Threads. The design and construction of the bolt shall be as specified lherein and on the applicable standard. I 4 . The angular error right angles to the stiankwithin limits shown in Figure of the underside of t~e head must be uniform around the shank within a tolerance of +10 minudes. shall fair onto shank. 3. Heads shall be forged. The form and dimensions shall conform to size 1-14 thread form and dimensions MIL-S-8879 with the following exception: thread roots shall be round and shall be per MIL-S-77~2 and MS20016.in accordance herein any conflict the latter Qualificati&. 3.4.1 Form and dimensions.2.1 ~ Military standards. shall Bolts by 3. ~Qualification bolts shall be made from alloy steel conforming to specification MIL-S-5000 (UNSG43400 or UNSG43406). 3.” 3. I 3. as measured from the face of the head at length approximately–equal t~ the diameter of the bolt.3). 3. 3. which are au~horized individual with the requirements item requirements applicable standards. ~ I MIL-B-7838C 3. consisting of not more than two incomplete thread~. In the and between the govern. of this specification shall be as the specified event of MS sheets.4 Design and ~onstruction.4 Grain fllow.4.4. but Bottom shall and be sides smooth of threads in and devoid of tool marks. form.4.
25 P R (Min Runout (fia!) .025 . 5 .com on 2012-09-07T13:19:57. (APPLICABLE TO MI L-S-7742) The following table is applicable to MIL-S-7742 and MS20016 only.5 R (Min) .t Thread Size (. Incomplete thread pitches. K::l::..012 .. MIL-B-7838C ENO GRIP (a. b)2PMAX(lNCOMpLETE RUNOUTTHREAO) ( :Af3LE T) (0)NOT APPL1CA8LE AFTER THREAO ROLLING.143 Radius) . “1-14NS inactive for new design. runout radius and root radius (opt lonal designs). FIGURE 1.everyspec.018 g/ 1/ ~1 1-14 .~:dyf .008 klaximum thread root radius limited by requirement that threads accept “GO” thread gage.Downloaded from http://www.07143 .
everyspec. I0825P) 1 h MIN THREAO HEIGHT T 4 CHAMFER 45° APPROX —-— i_5t24H0R.5 MAJOR OIA “300 TOL +H18 (H/8 :. Determination of incomplete threads.I Downloaded from http://www.18042p FIGURE 1A. .com on 2012-09-07T13:19:57. MIL-B-7838C ~RUNOUT THREAOS~ ---~ —--— Tl”j ------7 ——— ---SHADOW PROFILE OF THREADS T LEAD THREADS MAX 2P r-.
Head angularity. . -0 .everyspec.—— T “––-A )/) “--+ 1 7 D 3 7 FIGURE 3. FIGURE 2. MIL-B-7838C MAJOR DIAMETER PITCH DIAMETER MINOR OIAMETER . Thread grain flow..com on 2012-09-07T13:19:57.Downloaded from http://www.
190° + 14°C (375° ~25°F) parti~le inspection.1. I Area Shank and undersize of head Head-to-shank fillet Sides of thread and root area Other surfaces I Maximum Microinches 32 32 1% I 3. after which to cool normally at room temperature. shall be not greater than the values shown in Table I.313 ..0020 Bolt Size . MIL-B-7838C and grain flow.7 Heat treatment. The surface roughness of the bolt. Heat treatment shall be in accordance with MIL-H-6875 to develop the mechanical properties specified herein. Class2. The surface roughness shall be measured in accordance with ANSI B46. All surfaces shall be cadmium plated in accordance with ‘QQ-P-416. Cold working of head-to-shank fillet may cause distortion of fillet area.Downloaded from http://www.500 and larger 3.6 Strai htness.438 . TABLE II.0030 0.4.2 Head structure no detrimental defects and shall show grain-flow lines substantially as shown in Figure 4.5 Surface roughness. Deviation of Bolt Shank From Plate (Inch Per Inch of Bolt Length) (Maximum) 0.0025 0.-.4. Type II. Cold working of fillet radius shall be accomplished subsequent to heat treatment of bolt. A section of the head shall show 3. 3. The straightness of the bolt shank shall be within the values~ speclfle in Table 11 when the bolt is rolled on a surface plate and the point of greatest deviation is measured with a feeler gage. Fillet shall be finished to radius specified on the applicable drawing.4. Fillet shall show no evidence of seams or inclusions.8 Finish. The grain-flow lines maybe slightly broken by the finish machining or grinding.4. and the bolts shall be allowed The bolts shall be heated to a temperature of within 4 hours after plating and before magnetic held at this temperature for 23 hours. TABLE I. Distorted area shall not extend beyond C as illustrated in Figure 5.__ .002-inch above A or below B contour shown on Figure 5.everyspec.com on 2012-09-07T13:19:57.375 and .3. The fillet shall be cold-worked in such a manner as to produce the fatigue strength requirements specified herein. Straightness of shank. 3.1 Distortion radius. after plating.4 Fillet (head-to-shank).250 and . 3. Roughness height rating (Rd. . 3. Distortion shall not exceed 0.
Downloaded from http://www.com on 2012-09-07T13:19:57.375 .094 DIMENSIONS IN INCHES.438 Through 0.313 0.625 .everyspec.125 . Head structure and grain flow.750 Through 0. MIL-B-7838C HEAD-UPSET SOCKET-MACHINED HEAD-UPSET SOCKET-IMPACTEO FIGURE 4. FIGURE 5.313 . . max Under . Permissible distortion.188 1 0. I A 8 A I nominal Size C.156 1 Over 0.062 and .
A lap is a surface defect appearing as a seam caused by folding over hot metal fins or sharp corners and then rolling or forging them into the surface.3.7. 3. with other discontinuities. 3. 10 . In threads and head-to-shank fillet. A seam is an unwelded fold or lap which appears as an opening in the raw material as received from the source. 3.3 Discontinuities.5. wo~k effect shall be evident when metallurgically examined. Bolts shall be free from cracks in any direction or location.18.104.22.168.11 Metallurgical properties.2 Work effect.3. shank or threads. Bolts may possess laps and seams as described herein. 3.com on 2012-09-07T13:19:57. Inclus” ons that are not indicative of unsatisfactory. 3.5. The finished bolts shall develop the ultimate doub~e shear listed in Table III.1 Ultimate tensile strength.4 Fatigue strength. durability test ot 4. The depths shall be not greater than the amounts specified in Table IV. Bolts shall have Rockwell hardness of34-40HRC. All bolts shall be examined by magnetic particle inspection as specified in 4. 3. Care must be exercised to avoid confusing cracks. not occurred before that time.1 Carburization.11. head-to-shank fillet. Bolts shall be capable of withstanding not less than 65. quality and do not extend nto thread roots or head-to-shank fillet will be permitted.everyspec.3 Hardness. 3.6).11.10.3 Inclusions.11.10. The bolts shall show no decarburization or recarburization on the bearing surface of the head. 3.10 The bolts shall satisfactorily pass the stress Mechanical properties. but not welding them. .10.3011.9 Stress durability. MIL-B-7838C 3. 3.3.B.11.b0 O fatigue cyc~es when loaded in accordance with Table III (see Bolts need not be tested in excess of 130.2 Ultimate double shear. A crack is defined as a clean crystalline break passing through the grain or grain boundary without the inclusion of foreign elements. Any bolts having discontinuities equal to or exceeding the limitations specified herein shall be rejected. as described herein (see 3.2 Laps and seams. 3.1).11. . Heads of bolts shall not be marked for identification of magnetic inspection. The finished bolts shall develop the ultimate tensile strength listed in Table III. 3.1 Cracks.11.000 cycles if failure has 4.Downloaded from http://www.
2400 0.570 1.900 29.125-12 1.600 load .990 5.250 and .000 114.000 219. g.920 3.000 psi (minimum 0.1486 0.300 83.006 .563-18 .250-28 bolt).800 43.4805 0.625-18 . A = by heat ~f Cross-sect ional area OF thread in square inches at basfc (maximum) pitch diameter.000 psi).600 27. of bolt psi 160.000-14 1. Discontinuity depths.375-12 1.005 ~/ .250-12 1.313-24 .500 12.313 0. stress area at the basic stress Ultimate double sh~ar strength = Fsu A Were Fsu = 2 x96.190 Ult fmate double shear strength lbs (mfn) ~/ d fameter of thread (sq.0326 0.000-12 I .8118 1.000 144.008 Bolt size Seam depth (inch) (maximum) #10.500 thru 1.000 (96.000 126. MIL-B-7838C TABLE III.300 47.lbs.700 19. in.000 psi = 60 percent A ~r = Twice the cross-sectional area of nominal dfameter for .com on 2012-09-07T13:19:57.375-24 . .2602 1.250-28 bolt).everyspec.370 6.005 .050 12.250-28 .0809 0.600 37.100 335.740 8.200 39. at basic minor diameter area. 0.000 tensile strength = Ftu A where.300 14.200 282.400 85. Ftu 9. 11 .200 188.000 28.000 fat igue load is 10 percent of high load.1888 0.800 = 160.000 treatment).0524 0.250 0.990 2.007 ~/ Depth of discontinuity shall be measured normal to the surface at the point of greatest penetration.1090 0.710 9.000 180.200 86.6250 0.350 6.400 34.5212 strength requfred 2.0237 1. . 22 percent 271 435 671 905 1.200 149..313 inch.. .000 263.900 114.500 incl 0.600 63.Downloaded from http://www. Nechan ica 1 properties Nominal Area at minor Fatigue loading ~/ High tension Low tension dfaneter ( inches) Ultimate tensile strength lbs (mfn) ~/ 6.. shank in square load applied of 96 KS! and Forthe . area is based on 98 oercent The listed shear values are shank dianeter (e.900 233.43S-20 .500 10.500-20 . : 2 percent .820 15.500-12 1/ liltinate 9.) load .lbs.600 21.100 112.438 0. Low tension TABLE IV.200 58.700 67.190 5.375 0.710 4.750-16 .900 53. Mechanical properties and fatigue loading.6464 0.3513 0.000 105.230 1. inches at nominal dfameter (e.250 is High tension fatigue loading is based on 83.875-14 1. based on a minimum single shear strength is the nominal diameter for .300 15.200 149.0250 of the oitch diameter.900 51.200 20. q.
Except as otherwise specified in the contract or purchase order. b.010 inch (max).1. Sampling inspection. ified herein are classified as follows: a. MIL-B-7838C PERMISSIBLE SURFACE IRREGuLARITIES T NON-PERMISSIBLE 7 FIGURE 6. Markings may be raised or indented 0. Laps. nor does it commit the Government to accept defective material. 4.3). is an acceptable practice to ascertain conformance to requirements. 3. either indicated or actual. The absence of any inspection requirements in the specification shall not relieve the contractor of the responsibility of ensuring that all products or supplies submitted to the Government for acceptance comply with all requirements of the contract.1 Responsibility for compliance. The manufacturer’s identification shall be marked on top or side of the head or on the base of the lightening hole. All items shall meet all requirements of Sections 3 and 5. as part of manufacturing operations.com on 2012-09-07T13:19:57.everyspec. The Government reserves the right to perform any of the inspections set forth in the specification where such inspections are deemed necessary to assure supplies and services conform to prescribed requirements. the contractor is responsible for the performance of all inspection requirements (examinations and tests) as specified herein. Markings may be formed by forging or stamping. Each bolt shall be marked in accordance with the requirements of MS20004 thru MS20024 on top of the head or side of the flange. Unless otherwise specified in the contract or Durchase order. QUALITY ASSURANCE PROVISIONS 4.12 Identification of product. seams and surface irregularities in thread. the contractor may use his own or any other facilities suitable for the performance of the inspection requirements specified herein.1 Responsibility for inspection. Qualification The inspection requirements spec- inspection (see 4. 4.Downloaded from http://www. 4. except that raised markings only shall be used on the lightening hole. The inspection set forth in this specification shall become a part of the contractor’ soverall inspection system or quality program. 12 .4). however. this does not authorize submission of known defective material.2 Classification of inspections. Acceptance inspection (see 4. and the height of characters shall be as specified on the applicable drawing. unless disapproved by the Government.
4 4. the heat treatment.com on 2012-09-07T13:19:57. coating or plating applied. Qualification inspections of bolts shall consist of all tests specified under 4.3. When this report is submitted.3). dimensions and surtace inspection level S-1.4. one under to furnish shall be a satisfactory sufficient cause for 4. 4. 4. Samples shall be activity responsible for qualification. tion from that activity (see 6. 4.1 Samples. consist of a>l tests spec~fled under 4.3.1 Certified test report. it shall be accompanied bya detail drawing which completely describes the manufacturer’s product by specifying all dimensions and tolerances.4. and the manufacturer’s part number for each size certified rejection and length.4.5. orovided that known characteristics of the sample do not alter characterthe integrity of test involved. The same sample maybe used for each of the tests. with roughness AQLs as Sampling for shall follows: conform finish. examination to of Major defects Minor A defects Minor B defects 4. 1. 4. PIIL-STD-105.3. Downloaded from http://www. Inspection lot.2 Inspections.. Acceptance tests of bolts shall Sampling for examination of product. manufactured from the same materials the same conditions and presented for inspection at one time. Samples shall consist of 12 bolts of the grip length each diameter upon which qualificaspecified by the qualifying activity for tion is desired. Classification of defects. actual results of each of the tests specified herein in the order listed.1 MS part essentially An inspection lot shall consist of bolts of number and one grip length.3 Qualification inspection. test report of qualification Acceptance Failure of manufacturer and qualification samples request.4. The manufacturer shall furnish to the qualifying activity a certified test report showing that the manufacturer’s qualification satisfactorily conforms to the a plicable product submitted for The test report shall inc ! ude as a approved standard and this specification.0 percent Defects shall be classified as shown in 4.4 Samplinq for acceptance tests. composition of material selected. inspection.4.4. identified as designated required in the and forwarded to the letter of authoriza- 4. 4.? Table V.0 percent 2.3 threads.1 Selection of test samples.2.2 Acceptance inspection and tests. 13 . MIL-B-7838C 4.3. and provided that none of the bolt ist s are altered during the tests.everyspec. minimum.5.4.5 percent 4.
MIL-B-7838C TABLE V.5 Thread size and form 102 103 104 105 Shank diameter (a) Incomplete threads and thread runout Grip length Radius under head (R) Drilled holes in head missing (when required) Hex drive missing Squareness between head and shank (bearing surface) Straightness of shank Surface roughness Surface finish. Dimensional characteristics None Major 101 1. AQL percent defective Classification Critical Classification of defects. plating Head diameter (B) 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 Minor A 2.Downloaded from http://www. . E andF) Concentricity of head and shank (X) Concentricityof socket and head (Y) Concentricity of shank and thread pitch diameter (Z) Drilled hole diameters and location (J andM) 4.everyspec.5 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 Minor B 301 302 303 304 305 Overall length Head diameter (C) Head height (D) Socket dimensions (H.and tool marks NOTE : Letters in parentheses correspond to dimensions on MS20004 thru MS20024.0 Chamfer on thread end Hexagon socket radii (N and P) Land height (K) Identification Burrs.com on 2012-09-07T13:19:57.
4. 15 . 4. 4. 4.s. member In the event the bolt is too short to conduct the tensile test. The method of testing and fixture requirements shall be in accordance . Samplinq for hardness test. carburlzatlon and work effect.5 percent defective. dimensions and surface roughness.2 Finish.5.5 Hardness. The fatigue loading applied to bolts shall be tension-tension. The etchant shall be 5 percent nits?. The cold work of the bolt threads shall be determined by microexamination.2 MIL-STD-105. In case of controversy. Sampllng shall be number zero.5. shank.5. 4.5). threads and cold work effect of the bolt threads shall be determined by microexaminat ion. Bolts shall be inspected for Rockwell hardness in accordance with MIL-STD-1312-6. head structure and grain flow. gages certified by Government laboratories shall be used.7. acceptability shall be based on results of the hardness test (4.5.4. Each according to MIL-STD-~ sample bolt selected inspection level 4. acceptance 2 in ~ccordance with thi~ paragraph shall not be submitted to the procuring activity for acceptance. fatigue strength tests. Work effect on the head-to-shank fillet shall be determined by visual examination. Microscopic examination shall be made at a magnification of 100 diameters. Absence of decarburization or recarburization on the bearing surface of the head. Samples shall be taken from those bolts showing magnetic particle indications but which are acceptable under 4.4. MIL-B-7838C 4. Specimens shall be taken from the finished bolt as shown in Figure 7. dimensions and “ surface roughness shall be checked visually and by means of applicable gages.6 Fatigue strength.5.1 Carburization and work effect.3 the head of Tensile the bolt strength.4 Shear strength.everyspec.5. Threads.5.3. Threads shall be inspected in accordance with MIL-S-8879. and The a threaded bolts shall be tested in tension between in accordance with MIL-STD-1312-8. stress durability test. of 1.5 4.5. head-to-shank fillet. Sampling shall be according to inspection level S-1.3 Sampling for tensile and shear strength tests.7. The double shear strength test shall be performed on the unthreaded portion of the bolt in accordance with t41L-STD-1312-13. . 4. 4. Finish. 4. with MIL-STD-1312-11.Downloaded from http://www.1 Test methods.com on 2012-09-07T13:19:57. The fatigue test shall be conducted at room temperature.5.7 Metallurgical examination. 4. The fatigue loading applied to the respective bolts shall conform to Table 111.4.
1 Magnetic-particle inspection. the seating surface of the bolt head. Bolts shall be assembled in a steel block heat treated to a Rockwell hardness of Rc 26-32. the shall not be cause for rejection. seams and inclusions shall be determined by magnetic-particle inspection.5’ I CUT HERE FOR SPECIMENS TO BE MICROEXAMINED OR MACROEXAMINEO FIGURE 7.. Magnetic-particle inspection Inspection shall be on finished shall be in accordance with MIL-STD-1949. :. 4:5. This load shall be maintained 24 hours without failure.7. The threads of the bolt.7.7. MIL-B-7838C + I I :-A. The bolt shall be preloaded by applying the torque or load specified in Table VI.5.3. The bolts shall be etched in an aqueous solution containing 50 percent (by volume) of commercial hydrochloric acid at 71° to 82°C (160° to 180°F) for sufficient time to reveal the microstructure properly.5. grain flow. If. 16 . indications are be microexamined cause for rejection.8 Stress durability. 4.2 shall finished Head structure and be determined by macroexamination.everyspec. Each bolt shall be magnetically inspected by longitudinal and circular methods. $pecimens shall be taken bolt as shown in Figure 4. Magnetic-particle indications of themselves in the opinion of the inspector. The presence of cracks and discontinuities such as laps.com on 2012-09-07T13:19:57. Metallurgical specimens.Downloaded from http://www. to determine whether bolts showing discontinuities the worst exceed indications specified shall limits. 4. bolts or subsequent to any processing operations which could adversely affect ‘the part.5.3 Cracks and discontinuities. and the seating surface of the nuts shall be lubricated with graphite petrolatum conforming to MIL-T-5544. Head structure and grain flow from the 4.
563 to 1.125 1.400 5. -+” Packing shall be level A or commercial packaging. preserved and packaged as specified in 5.000 1. shall be packaged in containers conforming to PPP-B-566.250 .700 28. Unless otherwise specified.500 to 3.250 Toroue values for stress durability test.400 62. Bolts.) .500 . The sleeve shall be manufactured from cardboard.-.000 inspection of the and and be in accordance with ection 5. ! Inspection packing of packaging. Unit packaging.000 129. Quantity in Length up (inches) unit package Size (inch) I .700 16.200 11.2 . container 220 410 650 980 1.950 3.500 4.000 31. 5.250 1. as spec- 17 .com on 2012-09-07T13:19:57..563 .375 .1 Preservation. 5.100 21.400 8.563 . . MIL-B-7838C TABLE .1. TABLE VII.375 1.Downloaded from http://www.500 .800 19.700 25.—_— VI.300 45.563 to .460 7. asphalt-impregnated chipboard.375 .875 1.2). Torque .everyspec.313 to .313 and .300 The sampling marking shall 4. (min.2 Intermediate packaging. and shall be lined with material conforming to MIL-B-121.060 T0.500 Over and .750 .500 1.in. . Nominal fastener dia. plastic sleeve covering.) 110 Load lbs. shank and threads rotected by means of a sleeve extending over the full length of the shanI and thread. Only identical items-shall be included in an intermediate package. PACKAGING 5.000 up to3 Over 3 lenaths 100 50 25 10 10 All 5.400 1.438 .625 .-lbs.3 Packin ified (see 6.000 158. the quantityof unit packages shall be as specified inTab?el/11 (see 6.900 - 14.000 82.6 reservation.313 . (min.000 189. or a spiral wrap of kraft paper over chipboard.000 104. Unless otherwise specified by the procuring activity. . PPP-B-636. PPP-B-665 or PPP-B-676. each bolt shall have the..
Cushioning.5 Marking of shipments. 6. Drop tests of MIL-STD-1186 shall be waived when packaging and packing of the item is for immediate use or when drop tests of MIL-P-116 are applicable. thereto. are considered to have the following interchangeability relationship: a. NOTE S 6.1 Intended use. bracing and bolting. The gross weight of each pack shall be limited to approximately 200 pounds. 5.3. 5.3. blocking. Bolts with Type I plating can be used in place of bolts with Type II plating until present stocks are depleted or until 1 January 1964. beef minimum cube and tare consistent with the protection required.1 Level A. as required shall be in accordance with MIL-STD-1186. exterior shipping containers shall be of uniform shape and size. except for the type of plating in accordance with QQ-P-416.everyspec. Containers shall conform to the Uniform Freight Classification Rules or regulations of other common carriers as applicable to the mode of transportation. The case liner will not be required when the intermediate container conforms to PPP-B-636. As far as practicable.1.com on 2012-09-07T13:19:57. Containers shall be closed and strapped in accordance with the applicable container specification or appendix thereto. preserved and packaged as specified shall be containers conforming to PPP-B-585. and contain identical quantities. in accordance with the Plywood containers shall be surface treated specification.2 Acquisition requirements. In addition to any special requirements of the contract. PPP-B-621 or packed in overseas PPP-B-601. 6. MIL-B-7838C 5. Packages that require overpacking for acceptance by the carrier shall be packed in exterior-type shipping containers in a manner that will insure safe transportation at the lowest rate to the point of delivery. Bolts.2 Commercial packaging. high fatigue strength or both. 6. Containers shall be provided with a case liner conforming to MIL-L-10547 and shall be sealed in accordance with the appendix. class weather-resistant.1 Interchangeability. Standard and nonstandard bolt designs that are approved for use and are specified by reference to this specification and have all descriptive factors that affect interchangeability the same. Bolts with Type II plating can be used to replace those bolts with Type I plating in all applications. except that for domestic shipments. closed and taped in accordance with the appendix.Downloaded from http://www. following: 18 . shipments shal 1 be marked in accordance with MIL-STD-129. 5.4 Physical protection. Acquisition documents should specify the b. The bolts specified in this specification are for use in applications requiring bolts of 160 KSI tensile strength. waterproofing requirements for cushioning materials and containers shall be waived.
Bolt Internal wrenching 160KSI Ftu 19 . except for procurement in accordance with the provisions of 6. providing evaluathat proand c* Procurement will be contingent upon the manufacturer the above test data. and manufacturers are urged to arrange to have the products that they propose to offer to the Federal Government tested for qualification in order that they may be eligible to be awarded contracts or orders for the products covered by this specification. Department of the Navy. the manufacturer’s part number. however. The activity responsible for the Qualified Products List is the Naval Air Systems Command.5 Subject term (keyword) listing.3 Qualification.2. If no Droduct is listed on QPL-7838 for a particular bolt listed on the applicable standard. a product may be procured to the specification and the bolt requirements on applicable following procedure is followed: a. With respect to products requiring qualification. 6. and a request for qualification evaluation or testing of the product should be submitted to the Commander. at the time set for opening of bids.Downloaded from http://www. and the qualification tion and testing of his product. b. Development Center (6013). information pertaining to qualification maybe obtained from the Comnander. Washington. desired. PA 18974. provisions standard if of this the The manufacturers that are prospective suppliers should provide the procuring activity with a complete certified test report showing the conformance of their product with all the requirements of this specification and the applicable standard. A copy of the above certified test report. 6. Naval Air . b. PA 18974. c.4 Part or identifying number.com on 2012-09-07T13:19:57. The part number to be used for bolts acquired to this specification are as specified on the applicable military standard. MS part number and date number of the of this bolt specification.1.2. Naval Air Development Center (60?3). in the Qualified Products List (QpL-7838) whether or qualified for inclusion not such products have actually been so listed by that date. and quantity. a complete description of the product as manufactured. Applicable levels of preservation. and 6. The attention of the contractors is called to this requirement. Title. 6. Warminster. It is not required curement be delayed until the qualification evaluation testing are completed. information.everyspec. Warminster. unit quantities required. awards will be made only for such products which are. DC 20631. MIL-B-7838C a. packaging and packing.1 Procurement of bolts for which no product is listed on QPL-7838.
5306-1188 User Activity: Army .com on 2012-09-07T13:19:57. identify changes with of the changes. Marginal respect to notations are the previous not used in issue due to Custodians: Navy .everyspec.MI 20 .99 Arniy .AS Preparing Activity: Navy .6 from previous issue. MIL-B-7838C this the Changes revision to extensiveness 6.IS Project No.AS Air Force .Downloaded from http://www.AR DLA .AV Reviewer Activity: Army .