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NPFC - MIL-STD-1622

CLEANING OF SHIPBOARD COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEMS

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Organization: NPFC
Publication Date: 20 September 1973
Status: inactive
Page Count: 11
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This standard provides the requirements for cleaning of shipboard compressed air systems, including the air compressors installed on nuclear and non-unclear surface ships and submarines which normally operate at pressures in excess of 250 pounds per square inch gage (psig). This standard does not apply to reactor plant air systems.

Document History

November 15, 2006
STANDARD PRACTICE FOR CLEANING OF SHIPBOARD COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEMS
This standard provides the requirements for cleaning of compressed air systems and components. Each activity should implement the applicable requirements of this document through a locally prepared...
February 17, 1999
CLEANING OF SHIPBOARD COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEMS
This standard practice is for the cleaning of naval surface ship, submarine and diving compressed air systems. The cleaning 41 processes specified herein are based on the processes in MIL-STD-1330....
January 8, 1992
CLEANING OF SHIPBOARD COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEMS
The standard is intended to be used in the cleaning of Naval shipboard compressed air systems and non-oxygen interfacing gas systems, excluding reactor plant air systems. Also included are shipboard...
March 18, 1975
CLEANING OF SHIPBOARD COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEMS
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MIL-STD-1622
September 20, 1973
CLEANING OF SHIPBOARD COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEMS
This standard provides the requirements for cleaning of shipboard compressed air systems, including the air compressors installed on nuclear and non-unclear surface ships and submarines which...

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