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Coded Standards - continued - SB-740-95-7000010
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SB 740-95-700
Code
Explanation
NOTE
When the shelf life code (SLC) is
A
Heated warehouse space (general purpose).
different from that shown in the Army
B
Unheated warehouse space (general
Master Data File (AMDF), the SLC in
purpose).
the AMDF will be used.
C
Controlled humidity warehouse space.
NOTE
E
Chill space.
Military essential and medical items
F
Freeze space.
with a shelf life of greater than 60
G
Shed, nonwarehouse space.
months (5 years) shall be assigned
Q
Hazardous commodity space (non-Class V
shelf-life code X.
items; e.g., acids, compressed gasses, or
radioactive).
e.  Inspection Frequency Code (IFC).
A
U
Open space (materiel may be stored in open
numeric code assigned to indicate the frequency of
storage).
cyclical inspection during storage. See paragraph 2-6i
Y
Storage space for ammunition items (Class
for additional information on IFC. These codes are as
V) covered by specific regulations
follows:
elsewhere.
Code  Frequency (months)
Z
A storage environment identified by one of
1
6
the codes is not mandatory. See AR 740-
2
12
1, chapter 6, section III, for guidance.
3
24
NOTE
4
30
When the type storage code (TSC) is
5
60
different  from  that  shown  in  a
-See Table of Contents for an appendix on
different source, the TSC in the most
Inspection Frequency, if applicable.
recent/authoritative file will be used.
f.
Test Requirements Codes (TRC).
i.
Coded Standards Application. The shelf-life
(1) Most uncomplicated items require only
code (SLC) and the inspection frequency code (IFC) are
a simple examination.  To cover these items, the
similar in that they are both used to determine the time
following
between inspections. The SLC is assigned when items
codes apply:
are known to be deteriorative. The IFC applies to all
Inspection
TRC Code
items regardless of deteriorative characteristics. Both
Dimensional
OOD'
codes are in the SSS to insure that inspections are
Functional
OOF
conducted but not to cause duplication of inspection.
OOH
The IFC requirements can be considered to be satisfied
Laboratory
OOL
Nondestructive
OON
when a SLC exists and when the SLC inspection is
Pressure
OOP
conducted. If the SLC is zero, then the inspection can be
Tensile
OOT
conducted to the IFC. The IFC is determined from the
Visual
OOV
PC and TSC. If multiple PC's and TSC's are specified
Weight
OOW
then the left hand PC applies to the left hand TSC, the
(2) Items  requiring  a  more  detailed
center to the center, and the right hand to the right hand.
examination, are given unique codes. Refer to the table
The IFC in appendix A is for the left hand PC and TSC.
of contents of this bulletin for the appendix that apply to
The appendixes of this SB may contain special
the unique code. Go to that appendix and perform the
instructions for determining the IFC under various
additional inspection as required for the item. The TRC
conditions of storage. If the IFC in appendix A does not
is also given in the heading of each appendix and near
agree with the IFC found in the special instructions, then
the SB number on each page of the appendix.
the more frequent inspection will be be used when the
g.  Packing Codes (PC). An alphabetic code
PC is B or C.
that represents the minimum degree of protection
2-7.
Evaluation.
required based on the prescribed storage conditions.
a.  Serviceability
based
on
sampling
See paragraph 2-6i for additional information on PC.
inspection.  A lot shall be classified as serviceable
The codes are as follows:
provided no critical defect is observed and the number of
Code
Level of Protection
major,  minor, or test defects does not exceed the
A
Level A
B
Level B
number al- lowed in the sampling plan for the item.
C
Level C
b.  Serviceability on unit basis inspection. An
NOTE
item inspected on a unit basis, or subjected to 100
When the packing code (PC) is
percent inspection, is serviceable if the following criteria
different  from  that  shown  in  a
are met:
different source, the PC in the most
(1) No defects are observed.
recent/authoritative file will be used.
(2) All requirements for test or analysis are
h.  Type  Storage  Codes  (TSC).
An
met.
alphabetical code assigned to an item to indicate the
(3) All units have been modified to existing
recommended type of storage. See paragraph 2-6i for
Modification Work Orders (MWO's).
additional information on TSC. These codes are defined
by AR 708-1.
2-7

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