NPFC - MIL-STD-190
IDENTIFICATION MARKING OF RUBBER PRODUCTS
|Publication Date:||17 October 1977|
This standard establishes the colors, letters and symbols which and - to be used-in marking rubber products or items ta indicate environmental . resistance, vendor. identification and date of manufacture. -Shipment and inspection marking are not; within the scope of this standard.
This standard does not make the;use of color markings mandatory, it merely defines the colors to be used if color markings are called for. The decision as to whether or not color markings are used is a function of the item specification or the drawing.
This standard is intended to serve to the maximum practical exentas a basis for the selection of identification marking for molded and extruded rubber products where such do not already exist for... View More
This standard is intended to serve to the maximum practical exentas a basis for the selection of identification marking for molded and extruded rubber products where such do not already exist for a rubber item. Since this system may be in conflict with existing systems in use it is intended that this system insofar as possible will be incorporated into the next revisions of the various item specifications. Changes to effect conformance with this standard will be accomplished at the earliest possible date. In case of conflict, marking requirements prescribed by end-item specifications ANA Bulletins and other specialized documents shall govern.View Less