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NPFC - A-A-59875

COVERINGS FOR WATERBORNE MAIN PROPULSION SHAFTING ON U.S. NAVAL SURFACE SHIPS AND SUBMARINES ANTI-CORROSION POLYSULFIDE MATERIAL SYSTEM

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Organization: NPFC
Publication Date: 26 July 2010
Status: inactive
Page Count: 5
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This commercial item description (CID) describes the three-layer, anti-corrosion coating system which covers and protects all non-sleeve areas of waterborne propulsion shafting by preventing galvanic corrosion to the steel substrate in the marine environment and so preventing structural failure of the shafting. This CID pertains specifically to the first, second, and third layers of the four-layer shaft covering system identified in MIL-STD-2199.

Document History

December 10, 2019
POLYSULFIDE FAIRING COMPOUND FOR WATERBORNE MAIN PROPULSION SHAFTING COVERINGS ON U.S. NAVAL SURFACE SHIPS AND SUBMARINES
This commercial item description (CID) describes the fairing/sealing compound that covers and protects all shaft-sleeve interface areas of waterborne propulsion shafting by preventing galvanic...
A-A-59875
July 26, 2010
COVERINGS FOR WATERBORNE MAIN PROPULSION SHAFTING ON U.S. NAVAL SURFACE SHIPS AND SUBMARINES ANTI-CORROSION POLYSULFIDE MATERIAL SYSTEM
This commercial item description (CID) describes the three-layer, anti-corrosion coating system which covers and protects all non-sleeve areas of waterborne propulsion shafting by preventing galvanic...

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