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NPFC - MIL-STD-889

DISSIMILAR METALS

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Organization: NPFC
Publication Date: 17 May 1993
Status: inactive
Page Count: 3
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This standard defines and classifies dissimilar metals, and establishes requirements for protecting coupled dissimilar metals, with attention directed to the anodic member of the couple, against corrosion.

This standard is applicable to all military equipment parts, components and assemblies.

Document History

August 22, 2016
DISSIMILAR METALS
Purpose. This standard defines and classifies dissimilar metals and establishes requirements for protecting coupled dissimilar metals against corrosion with attention directed to the anodic member of...
MIL-STD-889
May 17, 1993
DISSIMILAR METALS
This standard defines and classifies dissimilar metals, and establishes requirements for protecting coupled dissimilar metals, with attention directed to the anodic member of the couple, against...
March 4, 1988
DISSIMILAR METALS
A description is not available for this item.
November 21, 1979
DISSIMILAR METALS
Purpose. This standard defines and classifies dissimilar metals, and establishes requirements for protecting coupled dissimilar metals, with attention directed to the anodic member of the couple,...
July 7, 1976
DISSIMILAR METALS
Purpose. This standard defines and classifies dissimilar metals, and establishes requirements for protecting coupled dissimilar metals with attention directed to the anodic member of the couple,...
May 5, 1972
DISSIMILAR METALS
A description is not available for this item.
September 25, 1969
DISSIMILAR METALS
Purpose. This standard establishes requirements for the selection and protection of dissimilar metals.

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