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Section VI.  PREPARATION FOR STORAGE OR SHIPMENT
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APPENDIX A REFERENCES - TM-9-5130-338-12P_45
TM 9-5130-338-12&P 4-22.  GENERAL-Continued. g. If hydraulic impact wrench is not returned to service within 8 months, repeat entire preservation procedure. h. Deterioration  of  hydraulic  fluid  hoses  can  be  prevented  by  immersing  hoses  in  clean  lubricating  oil  (Appx.    C, item 13) and then allowing them to drain thoroughly.  Remove any excess oil from exterior of hoses with a clean cloth (Appx.  C, item 5) and seal hose ends to prevent contaminates from entering hoses.  Store in a cool, dry place. 4-23.  SPECIAL PRESERVATION. Apply grade 4 preservatives to exterior metal surfaces as specified in MIL-C-16173.  Preservation of interior surfaces is not required since preservative-type lubricants were applied to all interior surfaces. 4-24.  PACKAGING. Military packaging for levels A, B, and C shall be as follows: a. Level A-Military Package. 1. Publications.  Package publications per method IC-3 of MIL-P-116.  Use a heat sealed interior packaging bag conforming to MIL-B-117. 2. Hydraulic Impact Wrench.  Package hydraulic impact wrench per method IA-14 of MIL-P-116.  Seal ports and  lubricating  fitting,  if  required,  with  pressure-sensitive  adhesive  tape  (Appx.    C,  item  18).    Wrap hydraulic   impact   wrench   in   greaseproof   barrier   material   listed   in   MIL-B-121.      Secure   with   pressure- sensitive adhesive tape (Appx.  C, item 18). 3. Place hydraulic impact wrench and package publications in a snug-fitting corrugated fiberboard box (Appx. C, item 2).  Secure carton with pressure-sensitive adhesive tape (Appx.  C, item 18).  Place carton into barrier bag (Appx.  C, item 1).  Place barrier-covered bag into carton (Appx.  C, item 3).  Secure carton with pressure-sensitive adhesive tape (Appx.  C, item 18). b. Level B-Limited Military Package.  Package all items as specified for level A military package in paragraph 4- 24a. c. Level  C-Minimum  Military  Package.      Package   hydraulic   impact   wrench   and   publications   sufficiently   for protection against deterioration and damage during shipment and the subsequent interval prior to use. 4-25.  PACKING. Pack the packaged hydraulic impact wrench in accordance with PPP-P-40. 4-26.  MARKING. Prepare  and  attach  packing  lists  and  mark  unit  packages  and  exterior  containers  in  accordance  with  MIL-STD-129. Nomenclature is "HYDRAULIC IMPACT WRENCH." Additional markings also required are as follows. a. Conspicuously  mark  exterior  containers  with  item  name  and  model  number,  contract  number,  and  contractor's name and address. b. Mark exterior containers with shipment digit markings in accordance with MIL-STD-129, when required. 4-24

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