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    PROTECTION OF METALLIC SPRINGS AGAINST CORROSION

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    Superseded date:  22-08-1997

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    Published date:  12-01-2013

    Publisher:  UK Ministry of Defence Standards

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    Preface
    1 Scope
    2 WARNING
    3 Related documents
    4 Definitions
    5 Information to be supplied to the processor
    6 Process control
    7 Factors affecting the choice of protective
        treatments
    8 General requirements in applying protective
        treatments
    9 Protective treatments for various materials
    Table I Protective treatments for use where surface
             electrical conductivity is of paramount
             importance
    Table II Protective treatments for protection against
             corrosion

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    Requirements for the protection of all types of metallic springs against corrosion.

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    Development Note Supersedes DG-10 (07/2003)
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher UK Ministry of Defence Standards
    Status Superseded
    Superseded By

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    DEFSTAN 03-30(PT5)/1(1992) : 1992 TREATMENTS FOR THE PROTECTION OF METAL PARTS OF SERVICE STORES AND EQUIPMENT AGAINST CORROSION - PART 5: INDEX, RELATED DOCUMENTS AND SOURCES

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    DEFSTAN 03-19/2(1994) : 1994 ELECTRO-DEPOSITION OF CADMIUM
    DEFSTAN 03-9/2(1992) : 1992 ELECTRO-DEPOSITION OF SILVER
    DEFSTAN 03-13/1(1977) : 1977 GUIDE FOR THE PREVENTION OF CORROSION OF METAL CAUSED BY VAPOUR FROM ORGANIC MATERIALS
    DTD 931 : AUG 70 RHODIUM PLATING
    DEFSTAN 01-4/1(1972) : 1972 GUIDE TO SELECTION OF METALLIC MATERIALS FOR SPRINGS
    DEFSTAN 03-8/2(1992) : 1992 ELECTRO-DEPOSITION OF TIN
    DEFSTAN 03-11/3(1995) : 1995 PHOSPHATE TREATMENT OF IRON AND STEEL
    DTD 940 : NOV 68 THE CADMIUM COATING OF VERY STRONG STEEL PARTS BY VACUUM EVAPORATION
    DEFSTAN 03-4/3(1991) : 1991 THE PRE-TREATMENT AND PROTECTION OF STEEL ITEMS OF SPECIFIED MAXIMUM TENSILE STRENGTH EXCEEDING 1450 MPa
    DEF 130 : AMD 1 CHROMATE PASSIVATION OF CADMIUM AND ZINC SURFACES
    DEFSTAN 03-20/2(1994) : 1994 AMD 1 1996 ELECTRO-DEPOSITION OF ZINC
    DEFSTAN 01-5/10(1993) : 1993 FUELS, LUBRICANTS AND ASSOCIATED PRODUCTS
    DEFSTAN 03-17/2(1992) : 1992 ELECTRO - DEPOSITION OF GOLD
    DEFSTAN 03-2/2(1991) : 1991 CLEANING AND PREPARATION OF METAL SURFACES
    DEFSTAN 00-970/VOL1/1(1983) : AMD 14 DESIGN AND AIRWORTHINESS REQUIREMENTS FOR SERVICE AIRCRAFT - AEROPLANES
    DEFSTAN 00-970/VOL2/1(1984) : 1984 DESIGN AND AIRWORTHINESS REQUIREMENTS FOR SERVICE AIRCRAFT - ROTORCRAFT
    DEFSTAN 03-21/1(1983) : 1983 MECHANICAL METHODS FOR THE INDUCEMENT OF COMPRESSIVE SURFACE RESIDUAL STRESSES
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