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NPFC - MIL-STD-171

FINISHING OF METAL AND WOOD SURFACES

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Organization: NPFC
Publication Date: 31 May 2011
Status: active
Page Count: 65
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This standard establishes and updates general finish codes and serves as a general guide to the selection of suitable materials, procedures, and system for cleaning, plating, painting and otherwise finishing of metal and wood surfaces.

Selection of finishing system. Unless otherwise specified the responsibility for selecting the cleaning method (if necessary), surface treatment, metal coating, paint system or other finish should rest with the activity responsible for the end item. The finishing system should be selected from those listed in this document and should be referenced on drawings, contracts, and item specifications. Finish numbers should be preceded by the word "finish" to avoid possible confusion with paragraph numbers, for example, "finish 5.1.1 plus 20.4". This does not preclude the acceptance of a proven commercial finish selected by manufacturer, supplier, or contractor and concurred in by the procuring activity. Additional information relative to protective finishes and their selection may be found in the Appendix of this document.

Conflicts. In the event of conflict between the requirement of this standard and those of the specification on the drawings, the requirements on drawings should have first preference, those of the specifications next, and those of this standard last.

Document History

MIL-STD-171
May 31, 2011
FINISHING OF METAL AND WOOD SURFACES
This standard establishes and updates general finish codes and serves as a general guide to the selection of suitable materials, procedures, and system for cleaning, plating, painting and otherwise...
November 19, 2001
FINISHING OF METAL AND WOOD SURFACES
A description is not available for this item.
June 23, 1989
FINISHING OF METAL AND WOOD SURFACES
This standard establishes and updates general finish codes and serves as a general guide to the selection of suitable materials, procedures, and systems for cleaning, plating, painting and the...
December 17, 1985
FINISHING OF METAL AND WOOD SURFACES
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September 27, 1985
FINISHING OF METAL AND WOOD SURFACES
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March 30, 1981
FINISHING OF METAL AND WOOD SURFACES
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February 29, 1980
FINISHING OF METAL AND WOOD SURFACES
This standard is to establish general requirements and to serve as a general guide to the selection of suitable materials, procedures, and systems for cleaning, plating, painting and the otherwise...
March 16, 1979
FINISHING OF METAL AND WOOD SURFACES
A description is not available for this item.
November 7, 1972
FINISHING OF METAL AND WOOD SURFACES
This standard is  to establish minimum requirements and to serve as a general guide to the selection of suitable materials, procedures, and svstems for cleaning, plating, plating and otherwise...
March 16, 1965
FINISHING OF METAL AND WOOD SURFACES
A description is not available for this item.
October 11, 1960
FINISHING OF METAL AND WOOD SURFACES
This standard is intended to serve as a general guide to the selection of suitable materials, procedures, and systems for cleaning, plating, painting and otherwise finishing metal and wood surfaces,...
January 9, 1955
FINISHING OF METAL AND WOOD SURFACES
This standard establishes minim m requirements of systems for cleaning, SUPface treating, painting and finishing of metal and wood surfaces, for use by the Ordnance Corps. Seledion of jinish-system...

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