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Office of Primary Involvement:Custom Devices Branch (Monolithic Microcircuits and Multichip Modules) (DLA LAND AND MARITIME-VQC)
Specification:MIL-DTL-8783
Title:Clamp, Hose, Flat Band 500 F
Federal Supply Class (FSC): 4730 (Fittings and Specialties; Hose, Pipe and Tube)
Conventional:Yes
Specification contains quality assurance program:No
MIL-STD-790 Established Reliability & High Reliability:No
MIL-STD-690 Failure Rate Sampling Plans & Procedures:No
Weibull Graded:No
Specification contains space level reliability requirements:No
Specification allows test optimization:No


For more information on this QML, please contact:
Primary: (614) 692-0604, e-mail: vqc.mpg@dla.mil
Secondary: (614) 692-0588, e-mail: vqc.ksy@dla.mil

DLA Land and Maritime-VQ, Sourcing and Qualification Division, is seeking possible sources of supply for the following list of parts. Certification and Qualification requirements are set forth in the General Specification and applicable slash sheet. All sources of supply must be approved by the applicable DLA Land and Maritime-VQ Office of Primary Involvement.

Please direct any questions you have to the DLA Land and Maritime-VQ Primary or Secondary contact listed above.

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