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5.2 MATERIAL IDENTIFICATION AND CONTROL
Purpose.  This section provides guidance for the
5.2.1
establishment of a Material and Identification Control (MIC) system,
that  will  ensure  t h e  installation  of  correct  materials  in
life-critical systems of manned hyperbaric facilities.
MIC
all
components,
5.2.2
General.
applies  to
equipments, piping, repair kits, soft goods and consumables, which
are intended for installation into the certified boundaries of the
hyperbaric facility.  MIC shall address the following areas:
Receipt Inspection and Marking.
b.
C.
Material Control During Fabrication and Installation.
Receipt Inspection and Marking.
5.2.3
a.
Receipt Inspection. Materials will be visually inspected
to ensure that they are free from exterior damage and are in good
condition  (e.g.,  the  valve  handle  turns).  Vendor's  shipping
document(s), and any supporting vendor Objective Quality Evidence
(OQE)  documentation,  shall be checked against command purchasing
documents to verify that the materials ordered are the materials
received.  Materials  found  suitable  for  subsequent  use  in  the
facility will be assigned a unique identification number. Procedures
will be established, by the command, to provide for tracking of this
I.D. number back to the vendor shipping document and the command
purchasing document (s). Supporting material documentation will be
maintained on file for a minimum of 3 years or for the duration of
installation of the applicable material (i.e., If the material is
in the system, then retain the documentation on file).
b.
Marking.  MIC marking is required on all parts that form
the pressure boundary of a completed assembly (e.g., valve body and
bonnet, or  any  other  removable  pressure  boundary  part)
This
marking provides traceability of installed material to objective
quality  evidence  (OQE).  Material  consumed  in  the  construction
process must have its identity attested to by recorded data such as
fabrication/installation records (e.g., welding rods).
c.
Method  of  Marking.
Markings  shall  be  applied
in
accordance with MIL-STD-792 and as stated in this paragraph.
5-3





 


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