MIL-STD-1330 Revision D, June 28, 2007
PRECISION CLEANING AND TESTING OF SHIPBOARD OXYGEN, HELIUM, HELIUM-OXYGEN, NITROGEN, AND HYDROGEN SYSTEMS
Includes all amendments and changes through Change 1, June 28, 2007
This standard practice is for the precision cleaning and testing of naval surface ship, submarine and diving oxygen, oxygen enriched systems, and interfacing systems. The precision cleaning process specified herein is based on the processes and data reported in COMNAVSEA ltr's Ser 03Y2A/081 dtd 24 Mar 94, Ser 03Y2A/122 dtd 7 Apr 95, and Ser 03Y2A/275 dtd 11 Sept 95, and supplements thereof; and NASA Doc. No. WSTF-IR-95-0048 dated 30 Jan 95, and supplements thereof. The performance of the precision cleaning process specified herein directly affects the safe operation of naval surface ship, submarine and diving oxygen systems, oxygen enriched systems, and interfacing systems. Nonconformance can result in the introduction or failure to remove toxic and flammable contaminants that can cause catastrophic equipment failure and personnel injury and death.