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Miscellaneous lot
SB 740-95-700
SECTION II.
STORAGE AND SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
plan provided in this bulletin. If the suspect lot is found
2-1.
References. The following publications form a
serviceable, it remains a part of the depot lot.  If the
part of this bulletin to the extent specified.
suspect lot is found unserviceable, the lot is eligible for
AR 380-5
Information Security Program
rework  or  disposal  in  accordance  with  existing
Regulation
regulations. When 20 percent of the lots within the depot
AR 700-89
Identification, Control, and
lot have become unserviceable, the depot lot shall be
Utilization of Shelf-Life
dissolved and the individual lots therein tested on a lot-
Items
by-lot basis. A depot lot must meet criteria as follows:
AR 702-7
Reporting of Quality Deficiency
(1) Kind, type, and model. All items must
Data
be the same kind, type, and model.
AR 708-1
Cataloging and Supply Manage-
(2) Storage.  All items must be stored
ment Data
under similar conditions at the same depot.
AR 725-50
Requisitioning, Receipt, and
(3) Serviceability status.  All lots must
Issue System
possess the same serviceability status, i.e., serviceability
AR 740-1
Storage and Supply Activity
known (based upon prior surveillance) or serviceability
Operations
unknown. However, when new procurement is involved,
AR 740-3
Care of Supplies in Storage
base serviceability on acceptance inspection, not on
(COSIS)
surveillance.
MIL-STD-105
Sampling Procedures and Ta-
c.  Grand lot.
A grand lot is formed by
bles for Inspection by At-
combining all lots from one manufacturer into a large
tributes
single lot. Actual formation is a paper transaction,
TM 743-200-1
Sorage and Materials Handling
regrouping and marking of the materiel in storage is not
required. A grand lot, as such, cannot be declared
NOTE
unserviceable. When, through surveillance, a lot within
Additional reference peculiar to a
the grand lot appears unserviceable, withdraw the lot or
given group of subject items will be
lots and take additional samples by the sampling plan
cited in the appendix for the group of
provided in this bulletin.  If the suspect lot is found
items.
serviceable, it remains a part of the grand lot.  If the
suspect lot is found unserviceable, the lot is eligible for
2-2.
Safety. During surveillance and normal handling
rework  or  disposal  in  accordance  with  existing
(TM 743-200-1) of subject items, inspection personnel
regulations. When 20 percent of the lots within the grand
shall observe the safety precautions prescribed for the
lot have become unserviceable, the grand lot shall be
operations
personnel,
the
Standing
Operating
dissolved and the individual lots therein tested on a lot-
Procedures (SOPs), the safety precautions cited in
by-lot basis. A grand lot must meet criteria as follows:
technical manuals describing the materiel, and special
(1) Kind, type, and model. All lots must be
safety precautions cited in the applicable appendix of this
the same kind, type, and model.
bulletin.
(2) Manufacture.  All lots must be the
product of the same manufacturer or reconditioning
2-3.
Lotting.
agency.
(3) Preservation, unit packing, packing
a.  Type of Lotting Permitted. The applicable
and marking.
All lots must have the same type
appendix of this bulletin specifies the type of lotting
preservation, unit packing, packing and marking.
permitted  consistent  with  prescribed  surveillance
(4) Storage. All lots must be stored under
directives, when conducting surveillance of the subject
similar conditions at the same depot.
items.
(5) Serviceability status.  All lots must
b.  Depot lot.
A depot lot is formed by
possess the same serviceability status, i.e., serviceability
combining lots regardless of manufacturer or age into a
known (based upon prior surveillance) or serviceability
large single lot. Actual formation is a paper transaction;
unknown. However, when new procurement is involved,
re- grouping and marking of the material in storage is not
base serviceability on acceptance inspection not on
required.  A depot lot, as such, cannot be declared
surveillance.
unserviceable. When, through surveillance, a lot within
the depot lot appears unserviceable, withdraw the lot or
lots and take additional samples utilizing the sampling
2-1

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