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  • I INCH-POUND IMIL-C-19853D24 March 1994SUPERSEDINGMIL-C-19853C22 Apri I 1982

    MILITARY SPECIFICATION

    CARBON REMOVING COMPOUND (FOR USE IN AGITATED TANK)

    This specification is approved for use by allDepartments and Agencies of the Department of Defense.

    1. sCOPE

    I I ~. This specificati~n covers requirements for the acquisitionof two tyDes and two classes of material that wi 11 remove or loosen carbon

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    from com~onents of internal combustion engines and comprengines.

    I.2 Classification. The carbon removing compoundthe following types and classes as specified (see 6.2c):

    Type I - Phenol icType II - Non-phenol ic

    Class i - Unsealed (Single layer)Class 2 - Sealed (Two layers)

    ssor.sections of jet

    s to be furnished in

    2. APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS

    2.1 Government documents

    2.1.1 Specifications, standards and handbooks. The followingspecifications and standards form a part of this document to the extentspecified heretn. Uniess otherwise specified, the issues of these documentsare those listed in the issue of the Department of Defense Index ofSpecifications and Standards (DODISS) and supplement thereto, cited In thesolicitation (see 6.2c).

    Beneficial consnents (reconsnendations, additions, deletions) and any pertinentdata which maybe of use in improving this document should be addressed to:Ccamsander,Naval Air klarfareCenter Aircraft Division Lakehurst, Code SR3,Highway 547. Lakehurst, NJ 08733-5100, by using the self-addressedStandardi zatlon Oocument Improvement Proposal (DD Form 1426) appear!ng at theend of this document or by letter.

    HSC NIAISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A. Approved for publ

    FSC 6B50c release; distribution is unlimited.

  • SPECIFICATIONS

    FEDERAL

    QQ-A-25014

    ~-A-250/ 13

    W-P-416

    MILITARY

    MIL-M-3171

    MIL-L-6082

    MIL-S-7.952

    MIL-A-8625

    MIL-T-9046

    I STANDAROSFEDERAL

    FED-STD-313

    MILITARY

    MIL-STD-105

    MIL-STD-290

    MIL-C-!.

    98530

    Aluminum Alloy 2024, Plate and Sheet.

    Aluminum ,AlloyAlclad 7075, Plate and Sheet.

    Plating, Cadmium (Electrodeposited).

    Magnesium Alloy, Processes for Pretreatment andPrevention of Corrosion on.

    Lubricating Oil, Aircraft Piston engine (NonDlspersant Mineral 0!1).

    Steel , Sheet and Strlp, Uncoated, Carbon (1020 &1025) (Aircraft Quality).

    Anodic Coatings, for Aluminum and Aluminum AlIoys.

    Titanium and Titanium Alloy, Sheet, Strip andPlate

    Material Safety Data Sheet, Transportation Data,and Disposal Oata for Hazardous MaterialsFurnished to Government Activities.

    Sampling Procedures and Tables for Inspection byAttributes.

    Packaging of Petroleum and Related Products.

    (Unless otherwise indicated, copies of federal and mi11tary

    Ispecifications, and standards are avaiIable from the OMSSP - CustomerService, Standardization Oocuments Order Desk, Building 4D, 700 RobbinsAvenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111-5094.)

    2.2 Non-Government publicatlons. The following documents form a part ofthis document to the extent speclfted herein. Unless otherwise specified, theissues of the documents which are DoD adopted are those listed in the issue ofthe 0001SS cited in the sollcltatlon. Unless otherwise specified, the issuesof the documents not 1istealin the 0001SS are the issues of the documentscited in the solicitation (See 6.2c).

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    MIL-C-19853D

    SOCIETY OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS (SAE)

    AEROSPACE MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS

    AMS4315 - Magnesium Al 10Y Sheet and Plate 3.OA1 1.OZn0.20Mn, Annealed and Recrystal 1ized.

    (Application for copies should be addressed to the SAE, 400 CommonwealthOrive, Harrendale, PA 15096.)

    AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING ANO MATERIALS (ASTM)

    ANSI/ASTM 0891 - Specific Gravity of Industrial AromaticHydrocarbons and Related Materials.

    ASTM E70 pH of Aqueous Solutions With the Glass Electrode.

    (Application for copies should be addressed to the American Society forTesting and Matertals, 1916 Race Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103.)

    U.S. PHARMACOPEIAL CONVENTION, INC.

    United StatesPharmacopoeia (USP)

    (Application for copies should be addressed to the Mack Publishing Company,Easton, PA 18042.)

    (Non-Government standards and other publications are normal 1y available fromthe organizations that prepare or distrlbute the documents. These documentsmay be avaiiable in or through 1ibraries or other informational services.)

    2.3 Order of precedence. In the event of a conflict between the text ofthis document and the references cited herein (except for related associateddetail specifications, specification sheets or MS standards), the text of thisdocument takes precedence. Nothing in this document, however, supersedesapplicable iaws and regulations unless a specific exemption has been obtained.

    3. REQUIREMENTS

    3.i Qual ification. The carbon remving compound furnished under thisspecification shall be products which are authorized by the qualifyingactivity for listing on the applicable Qual ified Products List at the time ofaward of contract.(see 4.3 and 6.3).

    3.2 Materials. The carbon removing compound shal1 be 1iquid at 25C(77F). Its composition shalI be optional with the manufacturer but shal1 berestricted by other requirements specified herein. The compound shalI containno benzene.

    3.3 Toxicity. The material shall have no adverse effect on the healthof personnel when used for its intended purpose. Questions pertaining to thetoxic effect shaiI be referred ,by the acquiring activity to the appropriate

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    departmental medical service who WI 11 act as an advisor to the acquiringactivity. Mater\al safety data sheets shal1 be prepared and submltted inaccordance with FED-STD-313. One copy of which shal1 be forwarded to the preparing activity of the specification, one copy to the acquiring activityand one copy to the Naval Environmental Health Center (see 6.5).

    3.4not less4.5.1.

    3.scompound1.09 for

    3.6comDound

    pH of Seal The carbon removing compound seal shalI have a pH valuethan 9.00 nor more than 12.00 when determined in accordance w~th

    Specific qravity. The speclfic gravity of the carbon removingshalI be not less than 1.15 for the organic layer and not more thanthe aqueous layer when determined inaccordance with 4.5.2.

    Flammability. Class 1 compound and the solvent layer of class 2shalI continue to burn no lonaer than 3 seconds after the removal of

    theflame when tested in accordance wi~h 4.5.3.

    3.7 Volatility. The volatility of the class 1 compound and the solventlayer of the class 2 carbon removing compound, as received, shal1 be nogreater than the voiati Iity of the lower layer of the control formula productwhen the compound is tested in accordance with 4.5.4.

    3.8 Separation of layers (class 1 only). When the class 1 compound istested as specified in 4.5.5, the resulting mixture, after standing two hours,shall separate sharply Into two distinct layers with no evidence of clots,curd or precipitate. The aqueous layer shal1 be uppermost and-the aqueousvolume for each type shal1 be:

    Type I (upper layer) 25*2mlType 11 (upper layer) - 20+7, -2 m).

    3.9 Phenolic content (type II only). The type II, ciass i compound andthe solvent layer of Type II, class 2 shall contain less than 0.03 percent byweight of phenol and/or cresol when tested as specified in 4.5.6.

    3.iO Storage stabiIity. The carbon removing compound shal 1 show nosediment, curd or scum in the solvent layer or interface or any other evidenceof deterioration and shall conform to the requirement of 3.12 when tested asspecified In 4.5.10, after being stored as specified in 4.5.7.

    3.li 011 removal. The carbon removing compound shal1 exhlbit oiIremoval effectiveness equai to or greater than that shown by the controlformula product similarly tested when tested as specified in 4.5.9.

    3.12 Carbon removal. The carbon removing compound shal1 possess carbonremoval capabl 1ity and speed of carbon removal equal to or greater than thecontrol formula product when tested as specified in 4.5.10.

    3.13 Corrosiveness. The carbon removing compounds shal1 cause novisible trace of corrosion, oxidation or discoloration of steelor anodizedaluminum alloy and shall cause no visible corrosion and not more than slight

    Idiscoloration of polished aluminum alloy, cadmium plated steel or chromep~ckled magnesium alioy when tested as spec!fied in 4.5.11.

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    3.14 Rinsing properties. The carbon removing compound shal1 becompletely rinsed from the surface of the anodtzed aluminum al10Y panel whentested as specified in 4.5.12. The panel shall show no evidence of a stickyfilm, soap, lime, curd or physical dirt after it has been rinsed. The finalrinse water on the panel surface shal1 form a smooth layer free from waterbreak.

    3.15 Compatibi lity (type I only) . After mixing the carbon removingcompound with an equal volurneof control formula product in accordance with4.5.13, the combined volume of the upper and lower layers thus formed shalI berespectively equal to the sum of the original volumes of the upper and lowerlayers of the material prior to mixing. The resulting mixture shall be equalto or better than the control formula product in carbon removing capabi 1ity.

    3.16 Emulsification. The emulslon formed when the carbon removingcompound is shaken with 12-1/2 grain hard water in accordance with 4.5.14,shall show no sediment, curd, scum, or clear solvent. Creaming shal1 beacceptable.

    3.17 Cold stabi1ity. The carbon removing compound shal1 return to itso~iginal condition after being exposed to a temperature of -18 * 5 C (O *9 F) for one hour in accordance with 4.5.15