NPFC - MIL-STD-2003
ELECTRIC PLANT INSTALLATION STANDARD METHODS FOR SURFACE SHIPS AND SUBMARINES
|Publication Date:||6 October 2020|
This standard covers shipboard installation requirements for electrical cable, equipment, penetrations, cableways, and connectors. This standard consists of this general standard and five parts as follows:
Part 1 (Cable) Preparation and end-sealing, entry to equipment and connectors, repair and splicing.
Part 2 (Equipment) Equipment mounting, switchboard mounting, battery equipment, casualty power, and shore power.
Part 3 (Penetrations) Swage tubes, stuffing tubes, kickpipes, multiple cable penetrations; surface ships and submarines, hull penetration, and general.
Part 4 (Cableways) General, submarine, surface ship and cable protection.
Part 5 (Connectors) Cable and conductor preparation in accordance with MIL-C-81511/SAE AS81511, MIL-DTL-5015/SAE-AS5
This standard specifies the requirements for electric plant installation standard methods to be employed both on surface ships and submarines. Standard methods identified for electric plant... View More
This standard specifies the requirements for electric plant installation standard methods to be employed both on surface ships and submarines. Standard methods identified for electric plant installation are intended for new construction, conversion, repair, and alteration of existing ships. The use of this standard will be specified in the contract, ship specifications, and similar implementing documents (such as COMUSFLTFORCOMINST 4790.3, Joint Fleet Maintenance Manual (JFMM) and S9086-KC-STM-010/300