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MI I.-C-9O84C
9 June 1970 SUPERSEDING MIL-C-9084B 22 January 1660 (See 6.5)

MfLfTARY CLOTH,
This

SPECIFICATfON FOR RESIN fAMINATES

GLAs2,

FfNSHED,

menta

spec Ulcation 19 mandatery for use by all Departand Agetxle O of the Department of Defense.

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SCOPE ~. This specification covere woven glass flnlshed for further fabrication into glass fabric-base materials. Claaslfication.
clasaea: cloth that has

1.1 been suitably and sandwich 1.2

resin

laminates

The cloth SW

be of the types

shown in Table I

and of the following

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Class 1Claaa 2Cla88 3Claae 42. Applicable

For For For For

polyester famlnates qx+xy Iaminatca atllcene Lmninates phemllc laminatea

DOCUMENTS The following dncumenta nf the issue in effect 00 date of fnvitat[on for pmpocal, form a part of thie specification to the extent specI-

2.1 for bids or request fled herein:

6pECIFICAT10NS Federal PPP-P-1133 .Mllttary 3U-Y-1140 MIL-R-7575 Yarn, Resin, Cod 6kvtog, Cloth, and Tape - Glaas
Laminating

Packaging

and Packiog

of synthetic

Fiber

Fabrfce

Polyester,

Low-preseure

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MrL-c-9084c SPZCI’FICATIONS

1 .Resin,

K!MNY

(continued)

MfL-R-S!299

Phenolic,

Laminating Low-pressure Low-pressure Laminating mIMI~

MIL-R-9300 MIL-R-2S506 S1’ANDARDS Fedeml FED-STD-191 FED-~D-406 Y!&?l’ MIL-SI’D-105

Res in, EporJ, Resin, SUicoae,

Textile Plastic,

Test

Methods

Methoda of Teatlng

fipling Attributes

Procedures

and Tables

for Imapection by

(Copies of sp~ifications, standards, drawfngs, and publlcatloaa required by suppliers In connection with epeciflc procurement functions abuuld be obtairied frum the procuring activity or as directed by the co@ractl@g,offic er. ) 3. REQUIREMENTS Materlai. in accordance The cloth shall he manufactured with Table I. from continuous fila-

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3.1 ment giaae yarna 3.2 physical properties Table I when tested

Construction and Physical pI-uLetiies. The conatructba and of the finished cloth shall conform to the requirements listed in as specified in 4.2.3. (6. 2), the width of Ure finand the width mleme

Width. Unless othenviae specified 3.2.1 ished cloth shall be 3S Inches, induaive of the sekges, sbail be -O. 2S Inch to +0.50 iach.

Finish. The finish ahail be such as to produce the. cbzmacteristics 3.3 ~equi red of finished g=loth in this spec Uicat ion, including the required performance chamcteristics when the finiabed cloth is made into a laminate with a laminating reein appropriate far the respective claw+ (1.2) of the finiehed cloth; that is, with polyester resin for Class 1 cioth, epoxy resin for C1aes 2 cfoth, silicone resin for Claes 3 cloth, and phenolic resin for Class 4 cloth. The Kinisb may tom. prise ouly a suitable cleaning operation to remove the processing oils ard bindem 2

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1140 bu2 the requlrementB 0[ hD[.10 6. i+harncm satin .17 12.60 M:ta 2.18 10. yl-bnrnem Llatl” ‘lain %1” ‘lain ‘kiln ECK ECG ECU 38 36 57.0250 k.”ig..1/0 ECG 450-1/2 ECD 450.0023 o.65 6.— 450-1/2 450.07 3.73 — 3.07 5.60 17.13 6.89 3..- — h~ — — 0.18 I l+..everyspec.84 2.-Y-ll4O t4CTE: TIM nominal average dlamelcr Or DE [Ilame”ta [d Ilizcd lar.0150 0..0055 0.30 9.1/2 +50-1/2 4S0-1/2 450-1/2 225-1/3 150-1/2 75-1/0 225-3/2 150-2/2 225-2/5 225-4/3 150-4/2 225-1/3 150.08 0.80 onfy and arc not rcqulremenld. —. 17 9. I.42 17.31 2.+ountcr.60 8..0160 0.-co””ter.com on 2010-05-19T19:29:45.83 14. .0120 0.1140) except for mnal[cr-than-qmciNed [Ilamcnt ~1 Yams conf.. 3..3r.30 12.00025 . Oorl 0.1/2 ECD 22S-2/5 EC E 225-4/3 ECE 150-4/2 ECG 225-1/3 ECE 150-1/2 ECG 75-1/0 ECOE 225-2/2 ECE 150.0055 0.10 12.1/11 KCDF.0060 0.1/2 ECO 150-1/0 ECG 450.20”4.-y .62 2.67 f4441’s: L/ (kx)nmcm. ynmm are accepmble for TyTW B cloth In lieu of 75-1/0 ECG yarns). .l/2 LCD 150-1/0 ECG 4S0-1/2 ECD 225-1/3 ECE 150-1/2 ECG 15.0250 0.30 24.\ q .0000 0.00 16. 8-II MI’IIO*B . Isrl 181 Iul-lso 181-7!inE 182 182-1$0 1L13 184 in./ Fllllng Min — 0. 8-hOrnec.89 . Ou 8.0200 0. Iinrh) .0065 0.84 9.i:tl h. is 0.0206 0.0240 0.we — — IIllng Waq> — —.0170 0.77 8.<uubom.0080 0.ki~ tirti~ha art. TABLE I CONSTRUCTION AND I’NVSICAL tV40PERTIES OF FINISIIH) Cl~Tll — .0060 0.60 9. Downloaded from http://www.00.atln -ha rncsa (crowfwt) M In Vain win % In i-counter. k’.00. 12 9.13 6.. d“ ‘.4 VI Vll \!ll A VIII Vlll I VIII I lx lx ..rn.60 11.76 25.60 12.4 x n Xl A X21 S[1 A X111 nll I — 112 I 12-156 I Iii I 16-150 120 120 12R-150 12tl-7iG 143 143-Isu 162 164 Ilif.6$ 12..42 5.90 1.44 2.1/2 15-1/0 225-2/2 150-1/3 225-3/2 225-4/3 150-4/2 150-4/2 15-2/2 150-4/4 75-2/4 ‘loin %ln ‘hi.10 13.05 6.lal :1 Tcrmism!cgy [or yarn conslrudion is h) nccc. — .42 8. g.02 6. a7 16.?s 3. vary wllh different sqpller6.25 0.id Commcm.94 2.0120 0.76 10.0180 0. 003s 0. IHulr~ss sa.0140 0.12 G..t.76 5.. ihl%.-mwllta r.1/3 ECG 225-3/2 ECE 225-4/3 ECE 150-4/2 ECG 150-4/2 ECG 75-2/2 ECK 150-4/4 ECG ~5-214 ECK 0.9mtlo .satl” !-counter.. Eharlwgn S8th .nch.rdance wtth hliL-Y.0140 0.95 0.22 1.-. 1.60 2.0030 hbx NolnJI .?3 .13 :2.0065 0.10 24.6. B-harness satin i+counter.12 0. Oourl 0.12 12. 00J5 o.I-75 39 39 59 59 59 41 41 41 48 48 27 19 19 56 56 56 59 59 53 41 41 M 1s 13 13 .fwlltm .sigtullona designations and nominal weights pcr qu@re yard nre shown lor Informntlon [or a given IYTW mu}. .0210 0. *c4 applicable.63 B.”.tl l’)”~1 W.07 26. %in I-counter (c mwfnct) eat in mill %in mill l-harness (crm+aot) c.90 0.77 5. ECD ECf) Eco ECD ECD ECE ECG’ 3.- Iv.0190 0.0190 0..0240 0.0150 0.63 12.0120 0.2. . L1-ba“eml eatln r .-.— ---.0050 0.12 9.:.l~ to epm[[icd conalruction tV 7S.0120 0.11 9.0030 Mh ~/ Thlt:knvn>. bl ECG ECE ECG ECE ECE ECC ECE ECG ECOE ECE ECG ECE ECE ECG ECO II 12A Ill W WA rvn v v .0080 0.37 1.1-156 1000-150 1600-7s 1044-150 lQI.40 2.76 3.42 5.60 17. 51 57 31 31 31 29 26 16 17 17 63 53 53 55 55 47 35 26 13 13 13 13 — 450. are ncceptnbte (e.— — -.02 6.0330 0:0160 0.0120 0.0120 0.18 10.77 5. dlnmcter [or yam In mr.37 6.0120 0.0120 0.lm .0005 0.0055 0.-cmlilbr..01s0 0.0120 0.0330 0.3.

. 3.8 woven and shall conform m the qu. 2. or 3 finishsd cloth and teeted fnr electrical propetilee in accordance with 4.4. htb ric condltfonem) to the cleaned cloth. “a chromium complsx finish’!. but the preferred color is blue and the preferred spacing is 6 inches between colored yarns. .5 and 4.. and tested for mechanical properties the requirements of Table H for longilongitudinal fiesu~.everyspec. 2.7) by the finished cloth stpplier’g desigcstioa. Downloaded from http://www.4 ~. L .Mcchaaical P rooetiies. 2).2. shall conform tn tudinal tensile pmpertles and of Table 331for applicabl e type and ciass of cloth. The cnlor 01 the finished cloth sbsll be uniform and shall ha cbamcteristic of the applled finish. Unlees otbervfse spscified (6.3. ‘WorknansNp. Each mfl shall ahsn bear a ticket or Iabel sbowiog the identification of tbe finish which has been applied tn the fabric (3.g. 4. 3. S.pmperties of the . The f!nlsh used shall be identified (3.1 .5. .~pplementing of the suppllerrs designstinn by a cb’emfca. the total 3.. 1“~ There shall be on ekctrtcal requirements confomr to tbs requirements of Table IV. larninates prepared in accordmce with 4. Each mll of cloth shall be marked for identification in accordance with PPP-P. I -i ) .IK33.6 lengtk of C1OUIin each roll shali be 250 *2S yards for Types I thrnugh IV B.5.l cbarsc@rlzatioa on the same label (e.2.2). 3). ~ 1 3. and 6S *15 yards for Types X through XJ A. .g. ) ‘ “ t. When specified in the contmct or order (6. resfn-coupliczg ageots... &e maximum number of pieces in my roll sNI be three and the minfmum length of any piece shaU be 15 yards.4.3. 2).1 In accordance with 4. 2. 125 t25 yards fnr &Tes V through H A. if present.4. also ‘&Pas X-U ad XII A. . ahaU not exceed the UmUa specified hereia.al[ty nf product established by this specification. when prspared III accordance wtth 4. Lencth of rolls. 2). the ws rp df rection of the finished cloth sbs13 he marked hy colored direction-indicator Color and spacing nf the indicator yarns. 3.XUI A.5. simfl be prescribed in the orderl~ dsts (6. .2 Electrical pmoertiee. 2). for Iamiaates made from Class 4 finished cloth.7 IdcntW!catinn of DMduCt. 3. $. Dafccts.4.com on 2010-05-19T19:29:45. Unless otherwise specified (6. van amino silane finish”) is recommended but is mt required. laminates based on the finished cloth.2 from Classes 1.5.2. specified.present In the greige clotlb provided such a flnleh furniebes adsquate compatibility wlth tbs applicable resin: or It may comprise a cleaning opemtlon with subsequent application of add[tlonal materials (e.” The finished cloth ahallbe clean and evenly 3. slso Type9 XIII asd .5 Prnpertlee after lamination. MIL-C-9084C . Unfess otherwise specified (6. when yarne running warpwise in ths cloth.

48 48 48 40 48 48 48 48 96 96 48 40 40 40 40 40 52 52 52 52 52 40 40 40 40 46 46 46 46 40 46 46 46 90 90 46 36 36 38 36 36 48 48 48 48 48 36 36 36 36 I/ The longitudinal .everyspec. - ) U OF LAMINATES y . .116 116-i50 120 128 128-150 128-15G 143 143..30 30 30 30 30 30 60 60 30 25 25.com on 2010-05-19T19:29:45.A ~.lLO 162 164 164-150 181 181-150 181-750E 182 182-150 183 184 184-150 1000-150 1000-75 1044-150 1044-75 ’40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 80 80 40 33 33 40 40 40 43 43 43 43 43 33 33 33 33 38 38 38 38 3s 38 38 38 75 75 38 30 30 38 36 38 40 40 40 40 40 30 30 30 30 47 47 47 47 41 47 47 47 90 90 47 39 39 48 48 48 50 50 50 50 so 39 39 39 39 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 85 85 45 35 35 45 45 45 47 47 47 47 47 35 35 35 35 30 30 .e clOth.m 2 (Cpox-y) wet Stan& rd Wet Condttion Condittona Condition ClrIBs 4 (phenollc) “ryp De81gIMt Ion Standa ml Commcrclal CondltlOns Condltlon Cond[tlone Stan& rd Conditions Wet COndit Ion .--” . d. .. Downloaded from http://www. cm I 1A 11 11A m 3V WA NI v VA VI vu VU A VIII Vlil A VIII B Lx IX A x Ja MA Xll Xii A XIII Sill A direction of @ Iaminatc is pamllel to the WIW dir=tlOn 112 112-150 . 30 30 30 32 32 32 32 32 25 25 25 25 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 53 63 27 21 21 27 27 27 28 28 Zfl 28 28 21 21 21 21 Of be baf.:. TABLE tiNGITUDINAL TENS3LE WRENGTN Dam? cloth Class Class 3 (silicone) Tcnslle 1 (POlyestcr) Wet Standard S4rcngth (Thousmuis of psi) (Minimum Avemgc) Cia.

. .94 1144-150 moo.everyspec. Cmnmcrchl Dcblpwt ion S2mdn rtl Wet COndltlOn 65 65 35 32 27 27 30 32 35 32 32 32 63 63 30 30 58 58 65 56 56 56 35 wL!t Ccmdllicm Cundillomi 50 50 45 45 40 40 45 63 70 63 63 63 39 39 26 26 26 60 45 45 4s 90 00 35 35 30 49 45 115 115 49 110 110 45 45 45 70 70 63 Cundition6 F4andard Condlllons wet Condilion Sla nd~ rd 1 1A n 112 II A Ill 112-150 116 116-150 120 126 12S-150 47 47 47 94 9-t 36 m 39 78 ’26 30 Iv WA NU v Downloaded from http://www. ~) TIN. JX..—— dim:ctkm 1G4-150 181 IH1-MO lM1-75flE lLt2 182-150 162 1. ... ._. . III l-4hff NATESJ/ ..( i“ ._ — ..21 C“”dltiO*# 54 54 48 48 54 ‘Typ(....com on 2010-05-19T19:29:45....: 65 65 65 6s 58 58 56 43 43 43 43 of the lam{natc XfA ml XU A X111 X211A i .1s0 1000-75 1044-I5O lcWt-75 30 45 45 . VA vl Vn 126-75G 143 143-150 102 164 VII A Vlll Vlll A Vlll II Ix 1X A x 35 50 50 60 50 50 46 45 45 40 40 40 40 .d TADLE IONCITUDINAL FI.45 45 4s 40 40 40 30 30 30 30 49 75 75 75 70 70 63 63 63 . .— W.— Dam Cloth of PSI) (hiinimum — Claim class Sta ntl’1 ml c~nditjcj”~ 60 60 54 54 60 54 54 52 62 25 25 20 20 54 108 108 42 42 1 (polyetiter) Clalw 2 (epoxy) Class J (alllconc) .’: .. ..mt - . .-.56 56 5G 50 25 35 35 35 35 3s 32 32 32 28 26 28 28 1s WTIWIICI to the WZIrp dircwtlon of the bnfic 20 30 30 30 30 30 27 27 27 20 20 20 20 lallrlc.—...= —. Iongitudl.— Avcr~Kc) Flcxuml Slrength (Thousands 4 (phrnollc) ————— . 42 50 50 50 Go 60 54 64 64 46 46 46 48 tic :MJ 45 4s 4!i 54 64 46 48 . _.. . __ ....46 36 36 36 3G —.E24U11AL STRENGTI1OF ...

055 0.onditiona 4.500 to 10. Inspcctioo of tbe product @sIitv conformance shail be classified conformance inspection.-i 7 . Except as otherwise specified in the contract or order.6 -1-:onditlons Conditions Standanf Immersion .everyspec.045 0.6 0.5 0.025 are no electrical requirements for Ciasa 4 flniabed gfass cloth. Unless otherwise specified in the contractor purchase order.6 0.5 0.g under this specification supplies and services conform @ prescribed inspection.4 0. 4.4 4.6 4. .AbUf4ATES ~/ Class San& d 3 (silicone) hnme rslon Conditions REQUIREMENTS Cliss Characteristic 5tan&ml Conditions 1 (polyester) Immersion Conditions CfaB9 2 (epqv) At 1 megacycle/aec (“radlofrequency”) Dielectric constant (max ave) Loss tangent (ma.030 0.1 Re.025 4. as quality All requirements. fsflL-C-9084C TABLE ELECTRICAL IV OF T. Tbe Government reserves tbe right to perform any of the lnsuecare deemed necessary to tions set forth in the specification where such Inspections assure that ~.030 4.4 4.045 0. the supplier is responsible for the performance of all inspection requirements ae specified herein.055 I + 4.x ave) At 8. Downloaded from http://www. “X:band’ frequency range. Qua!itv conformance Inspection shall include the following: I .I ~.025 4.2 0.com on 2010-05-19T19:29:45.020 4. megacycles per second.375 CONFORMANCE PROVIS1ONS 4.020 4.2 0.monalbility for Insrxction.2 0.000 megacycleslmx (“ dar f requenc~’) gl Dielectric consmnt (max ave) bsL7 tangent (ma% awe) ~/ ~/ Ther~ -t 4.. the auppiier may use hia own nr any other facilltlee suitable for the performance of the inspection requireme”tia epecified herein. QUALfTY The recommended teat frequency for this band ie 9. unless disapproved by tbe Government.025 4.

The maxfrnum acceptable number of &fects (acceptance mmiber) shall be as ehown in Table V.2 Unit of product. The tlalt of product for datermlning size for this examination shall be one linear yard and the eample unit shall be one roll.2.2.000 to 110.1 Over-afl examination. 4).0 1 1 .com on 2010-05-19T19:29:45.2. TABLE SAMPLS SUE OVER-ALL Lot Size V ) AND ACCEPTANCE NUMBER FOR AND LENGTH EXAMIXATIONS Sample Size Acceptable Number of Defects in kples (Max) (Yards) Upta 1. . . 2.2. (4. I L lot 4.2.201 8.2. .2. For aampllng purpoeee. cloth (4.. 2). o 0 0 “. 1.301 3. of .001 110. 1). Insrmctlon. 3). of @ls (4. MIL. The eample rolls shall be examined for the d+ets listed in T+le Vf and each defect aball be counted once 10 each roll In which It is obsemed.001 22..2’ over-all examination (4. sampling for with MfL-STD-105 and 36 (b) Teste i of flnlsbad of resin glass (c) Teata laminata I 4.2. If the lot contains each mll of the lot sbail be examined.1 ished glaes cloth of one type and clase subjected to kiapection at one time.2. .1 qualfty conformance qwclfled herein.000 to 22. 1.everyspec.2. lecgth examlndon (4. 2. and yard-by-yard examimttion (4.200 to 8.2. I . 1.000 and over (Bolls) 3“ 5 7 10 15 25 fewer than 3 rolls. a lot ehall consiEt of afl the fin4.C-9084C “I (a) Examirx+tlon -. I lot size and T1. 4. The examination of rolls shall coneist 4. 3).ampllng tion or teat. The number of sample units (rolls) eelacted for -mlnation almll be as shown In Table V. 2). Downloaded from http://www.2. alao the unit of product for e. Sampling for aualkv conformame ln6pection ehdl be In accordance ~.2.e unit of product for determining shall be an specified la the indfvidwd examina- Examination of rolls. .001 J/ L300y to 3.

in which case only the more serious defect shall be counted.2 Le rgthexamisation.0 to~l dsfccts per 100 units (yards).everyspec. the sample unit asd the unit of product for determining lot size abalf be one finear yard.Downloaded from http://www. tbe unit ofpmduct for. unieas otherwise s+ecified in the ordering data).2. MXL-STD-105 and the Acceptable QUSlity Level (AQL) shall be 2. The maximum number of length defects half be as abown In Table’V. 2. The defects listed in Table Vfl shall be counted regardless of their proximity to each other. determining lot size. The unit of product for determining lnt size for this e%amisation ahafl be one linear yard asd the sample unit shall also be one linear yard. but. The number of rolls frnm which the sample is eelected sbalf be in accordance with Table V and an approximately equal number of sample units (yards) shall be e-ined from each roll selected. ?. MIL-C-9084C TABLE VI I OVER-ALL DEFEcTS m ROLLS Over-ail uncleanliness Objectionable odnr (otiorof cbemicalscommc. eballbe onelinear yard andtbesample tit abafl be one rnll. in addition. Tbe lot shall be unacceptable if one or more units fail to meet any of the specified teats. For this test. full width of tbe cloth. A continuous defect sbalf be counted ae one defect for each wa rpwi se yard or The inspection level sbalf be Level fl of fraction the reef in wbicb it occurs. or any pisce less than the permitted minimum Iesgtb (15 yards minimum. Any piece found piece in each cd the sample rolls shafl be examined to be shorter than is marked on the piece ticket. Every for gross length. except where two or more dsfects represent a single locaf condition of the fabric. 4. Intbisexamisation. The number of rolls selected for examination aballbeassnown in Table V.3 Yard-by-nrd examination.sfy used in finishing compotmdssbail nntbe regarded as objectionable) of the applled’finish Color not characteristic Cloth brittle or fused tbrougbout Uneven weaving tbrougbout clearly visible I 4.2.permitted maximum number of piecee (3 maximum. I 1 9 .com on 2010-05-19T19:29:45.5 major defects and 10. The sample size shall be 10 accordance wiih Table VfIf and each sample unit sbail be subjected to afl the tests of Table fX. 4.3 Teats of finished glass C1OUI. or any roll found to contain more than the. the lnt shall be unacceptable if the total of the actual gross lengths of pieces in the sample rolls ia less than tbe total of the gross lengths marked on the pisce tickets. unfe88 otberwiae specified in the ordering data) shall be considered a defect with regami to le&th.2.

Ctreckc. I MIL-C-9084C TABLE CLASSIFICATION VU EXAMINATION Majol — . ridgy. or wavy cloth Clearly visible ~1 x Hole.com on 2010-05-19T19:29:45. or tear spots.Downloaded from http://www. 3 or more yams ruptured at adjoining points x Clearly directions Hearly visible Al v[sible Inch visible 2 Inches or more in combined x 3r stains less tha~ 2 inches dI rWtiO~ or more but greater ~/ x I ! \ .. I :k”n ti4 la combined 2 Inches render 3pat or weak :learfy ii III combined x rectlons ~/ x :learly visible less tbah 2 faches but greater han 1/4 tach in comb [tied directions # Smash 3roken or mlssag end9 or >Icks i ny I ) x r~aae~a of ]e@b than 36 Inches la length or 2 or more coatigaou~ more x ! ! I :ont!guaus ! contiguous ?]OatS and ikips less tbaa 36 inches la length warp oad ffll x x I ! inches or more In combined Krectlons .ess than z lacbes Ilrections la combined warp and fill x :aarse or her 1/2 Inch la wtdtb x i.) than 3 i*cheS OF DEFECTS.everyspec.gbt [Illlng 10 i . cut. IN YARD-BY-YARD Defect Bias or bowed filling Distorted for fmm Descrlpt ion horizoti by ~Ore x 36-iach widths width and proportionately for other Bnggy.

2. Characteristic ‘~~r’+m~nt Referenoe No.everyspec. MIL-C-9084C TABLE Defect VD (Contfnued) Major Minor x Deacriptfon Curled nr folded under and folded over on self finlating clearly compound is missvtaible ~/ Selvage Crease defects Hard embedded x x Uneven finis h Thin areaa where ing or insufficient. except ca nnted) I . Brittle area Width ~/ or fused Any x Exceeding visible” epeclficd tnle rance (3.Downloaded from http://www. x “’Clearly at nn rmal inapaction distance TABLE “SAMPLE SUE \ VIU FOR TESTS Ok FDilSH&D GLASS CIAITH -( “m TABLE IX TEST METHODS FOR FIN3i+HED GLASS CLOTH Test Method (FED-9TD-191 methed ma. l) (approximately 3 feet).com on 2010-05-19T19:29:45. of determinations par sample unit .

4.2. a laminates in accoh”ce with 4. of dete rmlnatlons per Samole unit 1 1 1 (3. 4..4. pamllel Iaywp of the g119s cloth. The laminate for mechanical (tensile and flexural) tests shall be fabricated in the form nf two or more flat sheets employing a at least 12 ioches long by 22 inches wide and O. class.4. (6.4.4 and 4.3. 4. The brand of laminating resin employed shall be of the finished cloth unless otherwise specified in the M the option of the supplier ordering data (6.1 Laminate for mechcuicaI tests. I Un2ess otherwise specified In the ordering data mechanical properties (3.tion . 2).2.000 yards or fraction thereof of finished glass cloth in the Inspection 10C.indicator 1 Characteristic Teat Method (FED-STD-191 method nos. 2.everyspec. 2) or certification of laminate prupe rties (4. S shalf be taken from each 10. ._- - ___ bilL-C-9~84C .- Downloaded from http://www. 5. 4..4 4. Certlfiqation.4. 4. 4).el/ Yarn ply Yarn s!ze ~1 Including Supplier’s requirement. 2). 2.formky to these requirements suppctied by certified test dati showing that cIoth finished by the same supplier. rsspect to this Lea. ~.2 Except as pmvlded by waiver of electrical requirements (3. except tbsc it shall be in accordance with the following: I 12 I I . 5. except as noted) Visual Vlmal C0mmerci91 yarns will where specified No. 4. hag previously been suhjsded to and has passed the applicable tests for laminate properties under this specification. of identical type. electrlca! properties (3. or botb mecbanlcal and electrical propetiles of the laminate may he satisfied by the supplier’s certificate of con. 2).3 !Jample unit 0( sufficient size for fabricating for tests In accordance with 4. 125 *.4. Requirement Reference Table I Table I Table I color di rec.1 the test I certificate ~f compliance be acceptable with Tests of resin laminate.com on 2010-05-19T19:29:45.2. . . 5. ~ Preps rat ion of lamlnate sample. requirements for Samoli w for Inmlnate tests. 010 lncb th[ck.) TABLE IX (Coniinuet. . ~.2. 1). and flnisb.2. 1). 2.

teat results. 2.1 and the fahricatlng procedure shall follow as closely as pnas~ble the pmcedum nf 4.2. M3L-C-9084C Finished c13ss . shall be a panel 4 inches tide by 8 inches long by the thickness which has been determined as optimum for the test (4.4 Laminate test conditions. additional specimens shall be anaksd for 30 days in distilled water at after removal f mm the water. L The laminate for electrical teats at 8500 to 10. 2.1.-cd for 96 hours .4. When the optiTbc mum tblckness 1s uncertai% the panel almll be made at least 0.2 at 1 megacycle per second. 4.com on 2010-05-19T19:29:45.4. The apecimenc shall then be cnnled in water tn 23 *1” C and shall be tested wet at that temperature immefn case nf any question as to tbe validfty of the diately after removal frnm the water.2.everyspec.at this temperature and humidity.2.4. per secon~ when required. Spscimens shall be tested after being conditic . specific gravity. ff tbe cure temperature of the laminate is 100’ C (212” F) or less. 4.2 2-hour immersinn al the spscimen in bolhg distilled water. when requirsrL shall be prepared in accordw=e with 4.3. .2. cloth 1 Polyester Laminating cordormlng reBln to MIL-R-7575 CLSS 2 Clasa 3 Class 4 EPOXYconforming Silicone Phenolic conforming conforming to MIL-R-93oo to MIL-R-25506 to MfL-R-9299 The la mlnate shall be laid up and fully cured in accordance with the resin manufactursr’s instruction sheet at a 5aminating pressure not exceeding 30 psi for Classes 1.4.4.000 megacycles. and other pbyslcal cbaracterfstics nf this sample shall be the same as those of the laminate fabricated In accordance with 4.4.2. Tbe speclmem in distilled water at 23 *l” C for 24 hours.1 (73.4. 4. and 3 and 300 psi for Class 4.3. Standard conditions shall be 23$1° C 4. room tempemture and then teated wet immediately Results determined uoder the Mter condition shall be final. flnisb..5.4.3. 4:1. Wet condltlonlng fihalf be a .4.I ‘.4.3. The specimen alnll I I ‘ @ ) 13 . Tbe sample shall be m prepared aB to be ea8entially void free and representative of the beat quality workmanship nnd shall have a resin content by weight that will produce a laminate with optimum properties. Downloaded from http://www.4.2.4.3 be immersed himer610n conditioning (for elsctrfcal tetis~. rssln content. the 30-day 6nak at mum temperature shall be mandatnry for wet conditioning. Laminate for electrical teats. Tbe laminate for electrical teats 4. 1). glass cloth base. 2.75 inch thick.2.9° F) and 50 U percent relative humldlty. I \ I I 1 ‘( Standard conditions. Wet condltinn (for mechanical tests).

6).com on 2010-05-19T19:29:45. >kirking shall be in accordance with 3. 2). 4._) 4. or C as specfffed (6.1133.375 megacycles the laminate sample dcacribed in 4.3 m~de in accomkmce with the provisions of PPP-P-1333 tu determine complfame wftb the paciaging. the surface m?iature tests shalf be conducted Immediately at 23 ~1. An exambtion ahafi be 4. CIottI of one type and class only shall be put up in rolls and packaged in wxordance of PPP-P1133.5 Lamhmte test methods. it is permissible to abmde or otherwise mi13 the laminate to the optimum thickness.1 Pachgfq.sd gfass cloth fails to 4. (240 sample unit shall fail to meet the required avemge vxlue for any applicable lamlnate characteristic. 2. 1133. . 2). . ~ Pdclw.4.C. 5.2. Packing sbaff be Level A. . Packaging 9baff be Lsvel A or C as specified (6. The Acceptable Quality Level shall ba not Applicable to Class 4 materials zero dcfecttve sample units.Downloaded from http://www.4. B. using A test frequency of 9. wad the ‘.2. sbalf be wiped off.3. 000 m~acvcleg per second.X. MIL-C-9084C ‘L:: be removed from the water.1 clectrfd propertie9 teStS of the hamlnates in thk? frequency moge shall be performed by the shorted line uaveguide method or resonant cavity technique (6. and ma~ng requ[remeuts U! Section S of this specification.2.everyspec.5.2). ff a 53mple of ficdsh. Tests of the resin laminates simll be propertie9 are made fn accordance * T*Ie . The 4. except tbt the means used on the with the applicable requirements rolls of cloth tu resrrain the rolls from unwinding aball be lfmltcd to types which will not &mage the glass cloth. ~. 5.4. lnSoectIun of prw-mmtion for del[ven. fieisction criteria. with the requirements Cloth of one type and cfass only shall be packed In accordance of PPP-P-1133 for the applicable level. packfng.3 quirements of PPP-P- . Dlspsition of rejected lots shall be In accordance $Ath MIL-STD-105.4 for my part of the qual [ty coameet the Acceptable Quaffty Level (AQ L) prescribed or if the px-cpa mtion-forfo rmance inspection of product in this epecfflcatiorq delive~ sample mntains more defects than are permitted by the AQL prescr[hed in PPP-P. ) E1ectrfcaI tests at 8500 to W. 2. PREPARATION FOR DELIVERY I I I I 5. the lot of finished C1OUIrepresented by tbe sample shalf be rejected.4. except that the te~ts of electrical (3.2 IS prsferrcd for the test. ff a spectien thimer than the”prepamd laminate of per sccmd is recommended.3.Matiing.7 and Cbe re- 14 i -.5.

2. to be 1 by 4 fnchea in she.3) Table IV Table N (See 4. 1) Wet condition (4. . .. nr uvctN ----- T.5.2) Table 13 Table H loll~/ 10112/ 5 5 1: Lergltudinal fiexurcl strength Standard conditions (4. %=tmens are @ be tes~d ~~~e. 2. 2.3) Lass tangent at 8500 ta 10. TensUe Flea’ural properties (Dielectric are not applicable ~/ ~/ spm?fmenS tn be me specimetsa U of M~hod 1011. .Downloaded from http://www.4. h13L-C-9084C TABLE X mwms . .1) Immersion conditions (4. .4.2. excspt aa noted) No.4. . 1) (See 4.. .“” .4. 1) Immersion conditions (4. 1) ‘3 3 Table IV Table lV Constant.4. (Sea 4.c~ent at 1 megacycle/aec Standard condltious (4. 2. 4. 4. .4.4. 2.4.3) Table N Table IV 4021 4021 3 3 1.nt” at 1 megacyc]e/sec Standard conditions (4..5. 1). II Characterictic Requirement Reference Test Method (FED-~D-406 ~ethd nos. Ioas tangent) 3 3 to I/ Teats of elsctriczd C@8a 4 material.000 megacycles/sec standard conditions. 2.000 megacycle s.lsec Standard conditions (4.4. 2. .com on 2010-05-19T19:29:45. 2.4. 4.4.3) Loss t.2.1) (See 4.4. .2. 4. 2. 4. . 2..4.1) Immersion conditions (4. I Table IV Table IV 4021 4021 3 3 Dielectric constant at 8500 to 10. I Wet condition (4. . of determinationsper mmpl e unit Longitudfna3 Standard tensile coudftions strength (4.1) Immersion conditions (4. ~.2.2. 2.4.2) 1) Table m Table 333 1031 ~1 1031 2/ 5 5 Dielectric cons@. 4.4. . 4.4.5. S.4. . ) 15 .4.(4.”. 4.AMTNATFS .everyspec. .4.4.

hmimte test (6) Requlrsd brand of resin for ~regariw samples U other than the cl~th ~uppll~r..4. I I MIL-C-9084C . 1). 2.4. and 3 only) (see 6.6. of the elect rica! rsqulre(3) Applkabl e waivers. ment~ of 3. 2. 1 megacycle per ssconrf).everyspec. 5.5.1 tended for use in fabricating resin laminates and plastic sandwich materials for stmctu=d parts. 6. (4) Applicable mll length sod piece than speelfied In 3. Procurement documests should specify the fol- (a) Title. > U any.1. 1) will not be acceptable (see 6. 4) if appliof the Indfcator yarns. and date of this specification. and 3 oalfl.2. 2).-. properties requirements (3. number. m) Quantity of cloth required. The fabrics covered by this specification are in6. ) 6.2. is not normally c.3 Appllcabilitv of electrical requirements (Classea 1. . U any. i (e) Levels c. iucludfng color and spacing I yarns (3. 3).3. s option (4. lowing: Ordering d. 4). 5. and other applications. 1. for which perfomnance quired and for which certification (4.bjsctionable. radio and radar antenna housings. U other than cpeci- for direction-indicator (2) Requirement m.! packaging and packfag required (. if any.) “d . . requirements U other I I I is re (5) Laminate tests. NOTES Intended use. fairings. When finished cloth of this specification IS being procured solely for fabricating nonwatve~ of the el~trical elcctric~ lamlc&tes or uonekctrlcal sandwich msterhals. 2.5.ta. 2).com on 2010-05-19T19:29:45.. — :. for pmpextles at [requemy.2 (Classes 1. provisions of this spec Ui- Exceptions. I 6.ble. 2. waiver of the rsqulrements 16 . (c) Type and clam (d) of cloth requirsd to the optional (1..Downloaded from http://www..2) of the spsciflcatlon U ekctrlcal applications are co involve only “mdlo frequem~’ rnaterfals (test Also. cation. including: (1) Required cloth w[dlh and tolerances flt?d in 3.

- . . 20036. . 8500 to 10. no attempt has been made to indicate by rna%inal Indic ia where changes (addkions. corrections.2 requirements In procurement is indicated.000 megacyc. . . ae from stock. 8500 to 10. sent revision covered oniy finished cloth finished cloth of previouB issues of this Classes 2. uses which wtiex? !!!e flniehed cloth may be Issued. Washington. 6.2 shouid so indicate in the requisition or requirements estimate. deletions) frnm the previous issue were made. 5. especiaUy for small procurement lots of the finished cloth. compiete adherence to the 3. )“ 17 . for miscellaneous -Y iml~e “mdfo frequency’ and “ratir frequency” applications. Government agemles submitting purchase requisitions or departmental item requirements estimates to a of central procurement facility and desiring waiver of any elect riccf requirements 3. Further information on teete of laminate at . included in and 4 of this revision were not included In 6. .. Inc. therefore. 6. Government sgenclee submitting purcbaee requisitions or depatimental Item requirements eatimatee ta a performance of any or aU of the iaminate cenrraf procurement facility and desiring tests cd 4. . previous issues nf tbe specification. 3.6 source document. C. D. The specification are.everyspec. 5.2. or even unavailahilltyof material. 2.le6 per sesopd is not normally objectionable. . Bidders and contractors are cautioned to evaluate the requirents of this document based on the entire content irrespective of relationship to tbe last previous issue. Iesues of MfL_C-9084 previoue to tbe prefor use in polyester resin laminates.000 megacycles per second Is available in ARTC report “ARTC-4 EIsc trical Teat Procedures for Radomes and Radnme Materials (Revised July 1960). sxtended delive~ time. 6.7 bfarElnal indicia.sslon data. mcd[fications.. < MIL-C-9084C However. . ” prepared by Aerospace Industries Association of America. It should he recognised that the laminate teats of tbie specification are sufficiently costly that quslity control by performame of the tests lot basis rather than by certlf[cation may resuft In sigdficantly on a procurement increased unit cost.4. Because of the extensive degree nf revlslon in this issue of the specification. Class 1 of this revision.5 Superse. 1) should specify in the requisition or requirements estimate which test or tests should be performed and which may be satisfied hy certification. . 1725 DeSales Street.4 Cetilfication of laminate characteristics. Downloaded from http://www.4 in lleu of certification (4.com on 2010-05-19T19:29:45. .

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