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MIL-HDBK-419A
Table 1-26 (Continued)
Protective Finishes for Bond Members
Finishing Requirements
Type Bond
Clean per TT-C-490, Method I (abrasive) or Method VI
(4) Corrosion-resistant
(phosphoric acid etch).
Chemically treat per MIL-C-5541, colored inspectable
Non-corrosion resistant aluminum mated
b.
coating (Alodine 600, Iridite 14).
with the following metals:
If entire part is finished, plate with tin, MIL-T-10727,
(1) Steel (alloy and carbon)
Type I or II. If only faying surface is finished, plate
with tin using brush plating method.
If entire part is finished, plate with tin, MIL-T-10727,
(2) Copper and copper alloy
Type I or II. If only faying surface is finished, plate
with tin using brush plating method.
(3) Corrosion resistant steel
Clean per TT-C-490, Method I (abrasive) or Method VI
(Phosphoric acid etch).
c.
Steel (alloy and carbon) mated with the
If entire part is finished, plate with tin, MIL-T-10727,
Type I or II. If only faying surface is finished, plate
following metals:
with tin using brush plating method.
If entire part is finished, plate with tin, MIL-T-10727,
(1) Copper and copper alloys
Type I or II. If only faying surface is finished, plate
with tin using brush plating method.
(2) Corrosion resistant steel
Clean per TT-C-490, Method I (abrasive) or Method VI
(phosphoric acid etch).
Copper and copper alloys
If entire part is finished, plate with tin, MIL-T-10727,
d.
Type I or II. If only faying surface is finished, plate
with tin using brush plating method.
(1) Corrosion resistant steel
Clean per TT-C-490, Method I (abrasive) or Method VI
(phosphoric acid etch).
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