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Cataloging HANDBOOK

Department of the Army Supply Bulletin

H2
SB 708-21

FEDERAL SUPPLY CLASSIFICATION

Groups and Classes


This edition of Cataloging Handbook H2 incorporates all additions, deletions, and revisions approved through date of publication and supersedes all previous editions. This publication is available on the WEB at www.dlis.dla.mil.

May 2005

DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY Defense Logistics Information Service Battle Creek Michigan 49017-3084

DoD Directive 4130.2

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The use of this publication is mandatory on United States military activities participating in Federal Cataloging operations. BY ORDER OF THE DIRECTOR

HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY WASHINGTON, D.C. SB 708-21 (revision) is published for use by all concerned. By Order of the Secretary of the Army: Thomas E. White Secretary of the Army OFFICAL: Kathryn G. Frost Maj Gen, United States Army The Adjutant General Distribution: To be distributed in accordance with DA Form 12-34 ( qty rqr block No. 23 ). Requirements for SB 708-series, Groups and Classes.

PUBLISHED BY DEFENSE LOGISTICS INFORMATION SERVICE, ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS/PRODUCTS BRANCH, BATTLE CREEK MI

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INTRODUCTION The FEDERAL SUPPLY CLASSIFICATION (FSC) and its Indexes have been developed and adopted by the Office of the Secretary of Defense for use in classifying items of supply identified under the Federal Cataloging Program. The FSC is a commodity classification designed to serve the functions of supply and is sufficiently comprehensive in scope to permit the classification of all items of personal property. In order to accomplish this, groups and classes have been established for the universe of commodities, with emphasis on the items known to be in the supply systems of the Federal Government. The structure of the FSC, as presently established, consists of 78 groups, which are subdivided into 646 classes. The Federal Supply Group (FSG) identifies, by title, the commodity area covered by classes within the group. Each class covers a relatively homogeneous area of commodities, in respect to their physical or performance characteristics, or in the respect that the items included therein are such as are usually requisitioned or issued together, or constitute a related grouping for supply management purposes. Groups 21, 27, 33, 50, 57, 64, 82, 86, 90, 92, 97, and 98 are currently unassigned. The FSC utilizes a four-digit coding structure. The first two digits of the code number identify the group, and the last two digits of the code number identify the classes within each group. Code numbers are so assigned as to make it possible to expand the number of groups and classes as that becomes necessary. In most instances gaps have been left within each group, between the numbers assigned to adjacent classes, to permit the insertion of new classes in logical sequence, when necessary, because of technological advances or to accomplish other desirable additions and changes. The primary application of the FSC code number is in the National Stock Number (NSN). The NSN for an item of supply consists of the applicable four-digit FSC code number plus the nine-digit National Item Identification Number (NIIN). The Federal Supply Classification Cataloging Handbook, H2, presents the classification structure of the FSC, showing all groups and classes listed in the arrangement of the four-digit FSC codenumbering system. Where appropriate, the main inclusions and exclusions, which delimit the coverage of a particular class, are shown immediately following the title for the class. Cataloging Handbook H6, the alphabetic index of item names, includes a reference to FSC following each Approved Item Name. Changes to the Federal Supply Classification System are published as Letters for Distribution C/F. They are available on the World Wide Web (WWW) at http://www.dlis.dla.mil/fiigs. Revisions are produced as required. The H2 is available on the WWW at http://www.dlis.dla.mil/pdfs/h2.pdf under Publications Additions or revisions to a Group or Class, appearing for the first time in this publication, are displayed in blue bold italic. Further information on the Federal Supply Classification appears in Volume 3 of the Department of

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Defense, Federal Logistics Information System (FLIS) Procedures Manual, DoD 4100.39-M. Data contained in this publication was extracted from the DLIS Data Base and is current as of date of extract. Comments and suggestions regarding the Federal Supply Classification Cataloging Handbook should be addressed to the : COMMANDER Defense Logistics Information Service ATTN: DLIS-SI Federal Center Battle Creek, Michigan 49017-3084 For questions, technical problems and inquiries, contact: DEFENSE LOGISTICS INFORMATION SERVICE CUSTOMER CONTACT CENTER COMMERCIAL: 1-877-352-2255 DSN: 661-4725 FAX: 269-961-5305 E-mail: dlis-support@dlis.dla.mil

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Contents Group Title 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 30 31 32 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 51 52 53 54 55 56 58 Weapons.............................................................................................................................. Nuclear Ordnance................................................................................................................. Fire Control Equipment ......................................................................................................... Ammunition and Explosives................................................................................................... Guided Missiles .................................................................................................................... Aircraft and Airframe Structural Components .......................................................................... Aircraft Components and Accessories.................................................................................... Aircraft Launching, Landing, and Ground Handling Equipment................................................. Space Vehicles ..................................................................................................................... Ships, Small Craft, Pontoons, and Floating Docks ................................................................... Ship and Marine Equipment .................................................................................................. Railway Equipment ............................................................................................................... Ground Effect Vehicles, Motor Vehicles, Trailers, and Cycles .................................................... Tractors................................................................................................................................ Vehicular Equipment Components ......................................................................................... Tires and Tubes .................................................................................................................... Engines, Turbines, and Components ...................................................................................... Engine Accessories .............................................................................................................. Mechanical Power Transmission Equipment............................................................................ Bearings .............................................................................................................................. Woodworking Machinery and Equipment................................................................................ Metalworking Machinery........................................................................................................ Service and Trade Equipment ................................................................................................ Special Industry Machinery ................................................................................................... Agricultural Machinery and Equipment ................................................................................... Construction, Mining, Excavating, and Highway Maintenance Equipment ................................. Materials Handling Equipment ............................................................................................... Rope, Cable, Chain, and Fittings............................................................................................ Refrigeration, Air Conditioning, and Air Circulating Equipment ................................................. Fire Fighting, Rescue, and Safety Equipment; and Environmental Protection Equipment and Materials .............................................................................................................................. Pumps and Compressors ...................................................................................................... Furnace, Steam Plant, and Drying Equipment; and Nuclear Reactors ...................................... Plumbing, Heating, and Waste Disposal Equipment ................................................................ Water Purification and Sewage Treatment Equipment.............................................................. Pipe, Tubing, Hose, and Fittings............................................................................................. Valves .................................................................................................................................. Maintenance and Repair Shop Equipment.............................................................................. Hand Tools ........................................................................................................................... Measuring Tools ................................................................................................................... Hardware and Abrasives ....................................................................................................... Prefabricated Structures and Scaffolding ................................................................................ Lumber, Millwork, Plywood, and Veneer ................................................................................. Construction and Building Materials ....................................................................................... Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation Equipment............................................... 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Contents Group Title 59 60 61 62 63 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 83 84 85 87 88 89 91 93 94 95 96 99 Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components ................................................................... Fiber Optics Materials, Components, Assemblies, and Accessories ......................................... Electric Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment............................................................... Lighting Fixtures and Lamps.................................................................................................. Alarm, Signal and Security Detection Systems ....................................................................... Medical, Dental, and Veterinary Equipment and Supplies ........................................................ Instruments and Laboratory Equipment .................................................................................. Photographic Equipment ....................................................................................................... Chemicals and Chemical Products......................................................................................... Training Aids and Devices ..................................................................................................... Automatic Data Processing Equipment (Including Firmware), Software, Supplies and Support Equipment............................................................................................................................ Furniture .............................................................................................................................. Household and Commercial Furnishings and Appliances......................................................... Food Preparation and Serving Equipment .............................................................................. Office Machines, Text Processing Systems and Visible Record Equipment ............................... Office Supplies and Devices .................................................................................................. Books, Maps, and Other Publications ..................................................................................... Musical Instruments, Phonographs, and Home-Type Radios.................................................... Recreational and Athletic Equipment...................................................................................... Cleaning Equipment and Supplies ......................................................................................... Brushes, Paints, Sealers, and Adhesives................................................................................ Containers, Packaging, and Packing Supplies......................................................................... Textiles, Leather, Furs, Apparel and Shoe Findings, Tents and Flags ........................................ Clothing, Individual Equipment, and Insignia........................................................................... Toiletries .............................................................................................................................. Agricultural Supplies ............................................................................................................. Live Animals......................................................................................................................... Subsistence ......................................................................................................................... Fuels, Lubricants, Oils, and Waxes......................................................................................... Nonmetallic Fabricated Materials ........................................................................................... Nonmetallic Crude Materials.................................................................................................. Metal Bars, Sheets, and Shapes ............................................................................................ Ores, Minerals, and Their Primary Products............................................................................ Miscellaneous ...................................................................................................................... Page No. 40 42 43 44 45 45 46 49 49 50 50 52 53 53 53 54 55 55 55 56 56 56 57 58 59 60 60 60 61 61 62 62 63 63

Contents - Indexed by Title FSC 7020 7021 7022 7050 7025 7030 7045 7035 7010 5350 3461 7420 9630 8040 7641 4120 4460 1660 6340 1280 1640 1730 1270 1650 1710 1620 1720 4920 1610 1630 1510 1520 1740 1560 4925 8140 1315 1320 1310 1305 5996 5985 6920 8470 1090 Title ADP Central Processing Unit (CPU, Computer), Analog ...................................... ADP Central Processing Unit (CPU, Computer), Digital ....................................... ADP Central Processing Unit (CPU, Computer), Hybrid....................................... ADP Components ............................................................................................. ADP Input/Output and Storage Devices.............................................................. ADP Software................................................................................................... ADP Supplies ................................................................................................... ADP Support Equipment ................................................................................... ADPE System Configuration.............................................................................. Abrasive Materials ............................................................................................ Accessories for Secondary Metalworking Machinery ........................................... Accounting and Calculating Machines ................................................................ Additive Metal Materials .................................................................................... Adhesives ........................................................................................................ Aeronautical Maps, Charts and Geodetic Products ............................................. Air Conditioning Equipment ............................................................................... Air Purification Equipment ................................................................................. Aircraft Air Conditioning, Heating, and Pressurizing Equipment............................ Aircraft Alarm and Signal Systems ..................................................................... Aircraft Bombing Fire Control Components......................................................... Aircraft Control Cable Products.......................................................................... Aircraft Ground Servicing Equipment ................................................................. Aircraft Gunnery Fire Control Components ......................................................... Aircraft Hydraulic, Vacuum, and De-icing System Components ............................ Aircraft Landing Equipment ............................................................................... Aircraft Landing Gear Components .................................................................... Aircraft Launching Equipment ............................................................................ Aircraft Maintenance and Repair Shop Specialized Equipment ............................ Aircraft Propellers and Components................................................................... Aircraft Wheel and Brake Systems ..................................................................... Aircraft, Fixed Wing........................................................................................... Aircraft, Rotary Wing ......................................................................................... Airfield Specialized Trucks and Trailers ............................................................... Airframe Structural Components ........................................................................ Ammunition Maintenance, Repair, and Checkout Specialized Equipment.............. Ammunition and Nuclear Ordnance Boxes, Packages and Special Containers ...... Ammunition, 75mm through 125mm................................................................... Ammunition, over 125mm.................................................................................. Ammunition, over 30mm up to 75mm ................................................................. Ammunition, through 30mm............................................................................... Amplifiers ......................................................................................................... Antennas, Waveguides, and Related Equipment ................................................. Armament Training Devices ............................................................................... Armor, Personal................................................................................................ Assemblies Interchangeable Between Weapons in Two or More Classes .............. Page No. 51 51 51 52 51 51 52 51 50 35 22 53 63 56 55 27 29 10 45 4 10 11 4 10 11 9 11 31 9 10 9 9 11 9 32 57 4 4 4 4 42 41 50 59 1

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Contents - Indexed by Title FSC 7810 6615 8455 8105 8920 6250 1930 1935 9510 9530 6135 6140 3110 3130 3120 3030 3441 8965 8960 3940 5306 1325 7610 3411 8125 8115 5420 3412 7920 5670 1376 2050 5365 7125 5995 6710 6720 1080 5910 1915 1377 4330 4010 6630 1040 Title Athletic and Sporting Equipment ........................................................................ Automatic Pilot Mechanisms and Airborne Gyro Components.............................. Badges and Insignia ......................................................................................... Bags and Sacks................................................................................................ Bakery and Cereal Products .............................................................................. Ballasts, Lampholders, and Starters................................................................... Barges and Lighters, Cargo ............................................................................... Barges and Lighters, Special Purpose................................................................ Bars and Rods.................................................................................................. Bars and Rods, Nonferrous Base Metal.............................................................. Batteries, Nonrechargeable ............................................................................... Batteries, Rechargeable .................................................................................... Bearings, Antifriction, Unmounted ...................................................................... Bearings, Mounted............................................................................................ Bearings, Plain, Unmounted .............................................................................. Belting, Drive Belts, Fan Belts, and Accessories ................................................. Bending and Forming Machines......................................................................... Beverages, Alcoholic......................................................................................... Beverages, Nonalcoholic ................................................................................... Blocks, Tackle, Rigging, and Slings .................................................................... Bolts ................................................................................................................ Bombs ............................................................................................................. Books and Pamphlets ....................................................................................... Boring Machines............................................................................................... Bottles and Jars................................................................................................ Boxes, Cartons, and Crates ............................................................................... Bridges, Fixed and Floating ............................................................................... Broaching Machines ......................................................................................... Brooms, Brushes, Mops, and Sponges............................................................... Building Components, Prefabricated .................................................................. Bulk Explosives ................................................................................................ Buoys .............................................................................................................. Bushings, Rings, Shims, and Spacers ................................................................ Cabinets, Lockers, Bins, and Shelving................................................................ Cable, Cord, and Wire Assemblies: Communication Equipment ........................... Cameras, Motion Picture ................................................................................... Cameras, Still Picture........................................................................................ Camouflage and Deception Equipment .............................................................. Capacitors........................................................................................................ Cargo and Tanker Vessels ................................................................................. Cartridge and Propellant Actuated Devices and Components .............................. Centrifugals, Separators, and Pressure and Vacuum Filters................................. Chain and Wire Rope ........................................................................................ Chemical Analysis Instruments .......................................................................... Chemical Weapons and Equipment.................................................................... Page No. 55 46 59 56 60 44 12 12 62 62 44 44 19 20 19 19 21 60 60 26 34 4 54 20 57 56 36 20 56 37 6 13 35 52 42 49 49 1 40 12 6 29 26 47 1

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Contents - Indexed by Title FSC 3650 6810 8450 5925 3630 3694 7930 8415 8955 5360 5950 5419 9915 1905 2350 2355 6695 2060 8120 6940 5810 8970 4310 8950 5935 1130 6130 6125 3910 3815 3810 9410 3635 7340 3455 3456 8910 3730 2030 4230 1075 1375 6520 1361 1360 Title Chemical and Pharmaceutical Products Manufacturing Machinery....................... Chemicals ........................................................................................................ Childrens and Infants Apparel and Accessories ................................................. Circuit Breakers ................................................................................................ Clay and Concrete Products Industries Machinery .............................................. Clean Work Stations, Controlled Environment, and Related Equipment ................ Cleaning and Polishing Compounds and Preparations......................................... Clothing, Special Purpose ................................................................................. Coffee, Tea, and Cocoa ..................................................................................... Coil, Flat, Leaf, and Wire Springs ....................................................................... Coils and Transformers...................................................................................... Collective Modular Support System ................................................................... Collectors and/or Historical Items ...................................................................... Combat Ships and Landing Vessels ................................................................... Combat, Assault, and Tactical Vehicles, Tracked.................................................. Combat, Assault, and Tactical Vehicles, Wheeled ................................................ Combination and Miscellaneous Instruments ...................................................... Commercial Fishing Equipment ......................................................................... Commercial and Industrial Gas Cylinders ........................................................... Communication Training Devices ....................................................................... Communications Security Equipment and Components....................................... Composite Food Packages ................................................................................ Compressors and Vacuum Pumps ..................................................................... Condiments and Related Products..................................................................... Connectors, Electrical ....................................................................................... Conversion Kits, Nuclear Ordnance.................................................................... Converters, Electrical, Nonrotating ..................................................................... Converters, Electrical, Rotating.......................................................................... Conveyors ........................................................................................................ Crane and Crane-Shovel Attachments ............................................................... Cranes and Crane-Shovels................................................................................ Crude Grades of Plant Materials ........................................................................ Crystal and Glass Industries Machinery ............................................................. Cutlery and Flatware......................................................................................... Cutting Tools for Machine Tools.......................................................................... Cutting and Forming Tools for Secondary Metalworking Machinery ...................... Dairy Foods and Eggs....................................................................................... Dairy, Poultry, and Livestock Equipment ............................................................. Deck Machinery................................................................................................ Decontaminating and Impregnating Equipment ................................................... Degaussing and Mine Sweeping Equipment ....................................................... Demolition Materials ......................................................................................... Dental Instruments, Equipment, and Supplies..................................................... Depth Charges and Components, Explosive ....................................................... Depth Charges and Components, Inert .............................................................. Page No. 23 49 59 40 23 24 56 58 60 35 40 36 64 12 15 15 48 13 57 50 38 60 29 60 40 2 44 43 25 25 25 62 23 53 22 22 60 24 13 28 1 6 45 6 6

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Contents - Indexed by Title FSC 4923 2815 7644 5345 6675 7230 7650 1955 4440 5133 3413 1550 6505 6509 8110 6820 3805 9925 3431 6240 6230 3432 6220 5977 6110 5975 5970 6625 5998 3410 5960 5865 5963 2945 2940 2930 2925 2920 2915 2910 6620 2935 6636 1145 Title Depth Charges and Underwater Mines Maintenance, Repair, and Checkout Specialized Equipment............................................................................................ Diesel Engines and Components ....................................................................... Digital Maps, Charts and Geodetic Products....................................................... Disks and Stones, Abrasive ............................................................................... Drafting, Surveying, and Mapping Instruments.................................................... Draperies, Awnings, and Shades ....................................................................... Drawings and Specifications.............................................................................. Dredges ........................................................................................................... Driers, Dehydrators, and Anhydrators................................................................. Drill Bits, Counterbores, and Countersinks: Hand and Machine ............................ Drilling and Tapping Machines ........................................................................... Drones ............................................................................................................. Drugs and Biologicals ....................................................................................... Drugs and Biologicals, Veterinary Use................................................................ Drums and Cans............................................................................................... Dyes ................................................................................................................ Earth Moving and Excavating Equipment ........................................................... Ecclesiastical Equipment, Furnishings, and Supplies........................................... Electric Arc Welding Equipment ......................................................................... Electric Lamps.................................................................................................. Electric Portable and Hand Lighting Equipment................................................... Electric Resistance Welding Equipment.............................................................. Electric Vehicular Lights and Fixtures ................................................................. Electrical Contact Brushes and Electrodes ......................................................... Electrical Control Equipment ............................................................................. Electrical Hardware and Supplies....................................................................... Electrical Insulators and Insulating Materials ...................................................... Electrical and Electronic Properties Measuring and Testing Instruments ............... Electrical and Electronic assemblies, Boards, Cards, and Associated Hardware ... Electrical and Ultrasonic Erosion Machines ........................................................ Electron Tubes and Associated Hardware........................................................... Electronic Countermeasures, Counter-Countermeasures and Quick Reaction Capability Equipment ............................................................................................ Electronic Modules ........................................................................................... Engine Air and Oil Filters, Cleaners, Aircraft Prime Moving .................................. Engine Air and Oil Filters, Strainers, and Cleaners, Nonaircraft ............................ Engine Cooling System Components, Nonaircraft ............................................... Engine Electrical System Components, Aircraft Prime Moving ............................. Engine Electrical System Components, Nonaircraft............................................. Engine Fuel System Components, Aircraft and Missile Prime Movers................... Engine Fuel System Components, Nonaircraft .................................................... Engine Instruments........................................................................................... Engine System Cooling Components, Aircraft Prime Moving................................ Environmental Chambers and Related Equipment .............................................. Explosive and Pyrotechnic Components, Nuclear Ordnance ................................ Page No.

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Contents - Indexed by Title FSC 4140 5325 5660 8720 6070 6020 6015 6010 6030 6060 6080 6032 6035 6021 4020 9420 6770 5915 1220 1260 1210 4931 1285 1287 1250 1230 1265 4210 1920 4030 8345 6610 1950 7220 7910 7310 3605 8945 8430 8435 8710 3446 3680 3960 8915 Title Fans, Air Circulators, and Blower Equipment ...................................................... Fastening Devices ............................................................................................ Fencing, Fences, Gates and Components .......................................................... Fertilizers ......................................................................................................... Fiber Optic Accessories and Supplies ................................................................ Fiber Optic Cable Assemblies and Harnesses .................................................... Fiber Optic Cables ............................................................................................ Fiber Optic Conductors ..................................................................................... Fiber Optic Devices........................................................................................... Fiber Optic Interconnectors ............................................................................... Fiber Optic Kits and Sets................................................................................... Fiber Optic Light Sources and Photo Detectors................................................... Fiber Optic Light Transfer and Image Transfer Devices......................................... Fiber Optic Switches ......................................................................................... Fiber Rope, Cordage, and Twine ........................................................................ Fibers: Vegetable, Animal, and Synthetic ............................................................ Film, Processed................................................................................................ Filters and Networks ......................................................................................... Fire Control Computing Sights and Devices........................................................ Fire Control Designating and Indicating Equipment ............................................. Fire Control Directors ........................................................................................ Fire Control Maintenance and Repair Shop Specialized Equipment ..................... Fire Control Radar Equipment, except Airborne .................................................. Fire Control Sonar Equipment............................................................................ Fire Control Stabilizing Mechanisms .................................................................. Fire Control Systems, Complete ........................................................................ Fire Control Transmitting and Receiving Equipment, except Airborne ................... Fire Fighting Equipment .................................................................................... Fishing Vessels................................................................................................. Fittings for Rope, Cable, and Chain.................................................................... Flags and Pennants .......................................................................................... Flight Instruments ............................................................................................. Floating Drydocks ............................................................................................. Floor Coverings ................................................................................................ Floor Polishers and Vacuum Cleaning Equipment ............................................... Food Cooking, Baking, and Serving Equipment .................................................. Food Products Machinery and Equipment .......................................................... Food, Oils and Fats........................................................................................... Footwear, Mens ............................................................................................... Footwear, Womens .......................................................................................... Forage and Feed .............................................................................................. Forging Machinery and Hammers ...................................................................... Foundry Machinery, Related Equipment and Supplies ......................................... Freight Elevators............................................................................................... Fruits and Vegetables........................................................................................ Page No. 28 34 37 60 43 42 42 42 42 43 43 42 42 42 26 62 49 40 3 3 3 32 4 4 3 3 3 28 12 26 58 46 13 53 56 53 22 60 59 59 60 21 24 26 60

Contents - Indexed by Title FSC 4530 6116 9140 9110 8325 5920 1390 1135 7820 3750 3655 2840 2835 3433 6830 2810 2805 2850 3414 3020 6115 6655 9340 1540 1330 3415 2305 1420 1450 4935 1430 1427 1425 1336 1337 1338 1410 1015 1020 1025 1030 1035 1010 Title Fuel Burning Equipment Units ........................................................................... Fuel Cell Power Units, Components, and Accessories......................................... Fuel Oils .......................................................................................................... Fuels, Solid ...................................................................................................... Fur Materials .................................................................................................... Fuses, Arrestors, Absorbers, and Protectors....................................................... Fuzes and Primers............................................................................................ Fuzing and Firing Devices, Nuclear Ordnance .................................................... Games, Toys, and Wheeled Goods .................................................................... Gardening Implements and Tools ....................................................................... Gas Generating and Dispensing Systems, Fixed or Mobile .................................. Gas Turbines and Jet Engines, Aircraft, Prime Moving; and Components.............. Gas Turbines and Jet Engines; Non-Aircraft Prime Mover, Aircraft Non-Prime Mover, and Components ................................................................................... Gas Welding, Heat Cutting, and Metalizing Equipment ........................................ Gases: Compressed and Liquefied .................................................................... Gasoline Reciprocating Engines, Aircraft Prime Mover; and Components ............. Gasoline Reciprocating Engines, Except Aircraft; and Components...................... Gasoline Rotary Engines and Components ........................................................ Gear Cutting and Finishing Machines................................................................. Gears, Pulleys, Sprockets, and Transmission Chain ............................................ Generators and Generator Sets, Electrical.......................................................... Geophysical Instruments ................................................................................... Glass Fabricated Materials ................................................................................ Gliders ............................................................................................................. Grenades ......................................................................................................... Grinding Machines............................................................................................ Ground Effect Vehicles ...................................................................................... Guided Missile Components .............................................................................. Guided Missile Handling and Servicing Equipment.............................................. Guided Missile Maintenance, Repair, and Checkout Specialized Equipment ......... Guided Missile Remote Control Systems............................................................ Guided Missile Subsystems............................................................................... Guided Missile Systems, Complete .................................................................... Guided Missile Warheads and Explosive Components ........................................ Guided Missile and Space Vehicle Explosive Propulsion Units, Solid Fuel; and Components..................................................................................................... Guided Missile and Space Vehicle Inert Propulsion Units, Solid Fuel; and Components ............................................................................................................... Guided Missiles ................................................................................................ Guns, 75mm through 125mm ............................................................................ Guns, over 125mm through 150mm ................................................................... Guns, over 150mm through 200mm ................................................................... Guns, over 200mm through 300mm ................................................................... Guns, over 300mm ........................................................................................... Guns, over 30mm up to 75mm........................................................................... Page No. 29 43 61 60 58 40 7 2 55 25 23 17 17 21 50 16 16 17 20 19 43 48 61 9 4 20 14 8 8 32 8 8 8 4 4 5 8 1 1 1 1 1 1

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Contents - Indexed by Title FSC 1005 5110 5120 5130 5340 5342 3720 6665 4235 5965 4420 1615 8440 8445 4720 4730 6530 6532 7210 7105 7240 3442 7642 6550 8465 6210 3693 4410 4430 3611 3530 3660 5220 5831 5830 9640 9670 8930 9910 7320 7330 5355 6640 1345 3416 Title Guns, through 30mm ........................................................................................ Hand Tools, Edged, Nonpowered ....................................................................... Hand Tools, Nonedged, Nonpowered ................................................................. Hand Tools, Power Driven.................................................................................. Hardware, Commercial...................................................................................... Hardware, Weapon System ............................................................................... Harvesting Equipment....................................................................................... Hazard-Detecting Instruments and Apparatus..................................................... Hazardous Material Spill Containment and Clean-up Equipment and Material....... Headsets, Handsets, Microphones and Speakers ............................................... Heat Exchangers and Steam Condensers .......................................................... Helicopter Rotor Blades, Drive Mechanisms and Components ............................. Hoisery, Handwear, and Clothing Accessories, Mens ......................................... Hoisery, Handwear, and Clothing Accessories, Womens..................................... Hose and Flexible Tubing................................................................................... Hose, Pipe, Tube, Lubrication, and Railing Fittings .............................................. Hospital Furniture, Equipment, Utensils, and Supplies......................................... Hospital and Surgical Clothing and Related Special Purpose Items...................... Household Furnishings ..................................................................................... Household Furniture ......................................................................................... Household and Commercial Utility Containers .................................................... Hydraulic and Pneumatic Presses, Power Driven ................................................ Hydrographic Maps, Charts and Geodetic Products ............................................ In Vitro Diagnostic Substances, Reagents, Test Kits and Sets .............................. Individual Equipment......................................................................................... Indoor and Outdoor Electric Lighting Fixtures ..................................................... Industrial Assembly Machines............................................................................ Industrial Boilers ............................................................................................... Industrial Furnaces, Kilns, Lehrs, and Ovens ...................................................... Industrial Marking Machines .............................................................................. Industrial Sewing Machines and Mobile Textile Repair Shops............................... Industrial Size Reduction Machinery .................................................................. Inspection Gages and Precision Layout Tools ..................................................... Intercommunication and Public Address Systems, Airborne................................. Intercommunication and Public Address Systems, Except Airborne...................... Iron and Steel Primary and Semifinished Products.............................................. Iron and Steel Scrap ......................................................................................... Jams, Jellies, and Preserves ............................................................................. Jewelry ............................................................................................................ Kitchen Equipment and Appliances .................................................................... Kitchen Hand Tools and Utensils........................................................................ Knobs and Pointers........................................................................................... Laboratory Equipment and Supplies................................................................... Land Mines ...................................................................................................... Lathes.............................................................................................................. Page No. 1 33 33 33 35 35 24 48 28 41 29 9 59 59 30 30 46 46 52 52 53 21 55 46 59 44 24 29 29 22 22 23 34 38 38 63 63 60 63 53 53 35 48 5 20

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Contents - Indexed by Title FSC 1440 1055 1045 3510 8330 3645 9135 9130 6680 8820 8810 2240 2210 4930 8460 5940 5510 3470 3460 3450 3408 3444 7640 2040 4220 3920 3915 5210 8905 3443 6515 6508 9930 3426 3424 5335 6660 5962 7670 1365 3417 5520 5610 9620 7042 Title Launchers, Guided Missile ................................................................................ Launchers, Rocket and Pyrotechnic ................................................................... Launchers, Torpedo and Depth Charge .............................................................. Laundry and Dry Cleaning Equipment................................................................ Leather ............................................................................................................ Leather Tanning and Leather Working Industries Machinery ................................ Liquid Propellant Fuels and Oxidizers, Chemical Base ........................................ Liquid Propellants and Fuels, Petroleum Base .................................................... Liquid and Gas Flow, Liquid Level, and Mechanical Motion Measuring Instruments. Live Animals, Not Raised for Food ..................................................................... Live Animals, Raised for Food ........................................................................... Locomotive and Rail Car Accessories and Components ...................................... Locomotives ..................................................................................................... Lubrication and Fuel Dispensing Equipment ....................................................... Luggage........................................................................................................... Lugs, Terminals, and Terminal Strips .................................................................. Lumber and Related Basic Wood Materials ........................................................ Machine Shop Sets, Kits, and Outfits ................................................................. Machine Tool accessories.................................................................................. Machine Tools, Portable .................................................................................... Machining Centers and Way-Type Machines....................................................... Manual Presses................................................................................................ Maps, Atlases, Charts, and Globes .................................................................... Marine Hardware and Hull Items........................................................................ Marine Lifesaving and Diving Equipment ............................................................ Material Handling Equipment, Nonself-Propelled ................................................ Materials Feeders ............................................................................................. Measuring Tools, Craftsmens ............................................................................ Meat, Poultry, and Fish...................................................................................... Mechanical Presses, Power Driven .................................................................... Medical and Surgical Instruments, Equipment, and Supplies ............................... Medicated Cosmetics and Toiletries ................................................................... Memorials; Cemeterial and Mortuary Equipment and Supplies ............................ Metal Finishing Equipment ................................................................................ Metal Heat Treating and Non-Thermal Treating Equipment................................... Metal Screening................................................................................................ Meteorological Instruments and Apparatus ......................................................... Microcircuits, Electronic..................................................................................... Microfilm, Processed......................................................................................... Military Chemical Agents................................................................................... Milling Machines ............................................................................................... Millwork............................................................................................................ Mineral Construction Materials, Bulk .................................................................. Minerals, Natural and Synthetic ......................................................................... Mini and Micro Computer Control Devices .......................................................... Page No. 8 1 1 22 58 23 61 61 48 60 60 13 13 32 59 40 36 22 22 22 20 21 55 13 28 26 26 33 60 21 45 45 64 21 21 35 48 40 55 6 21 36 36 63 52

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Contents - Indexed by Title FSC 3820 1680 6350 1395 6160 6850 5895 3895 5680 9440 9430 6150 5999 2995 2990 2895 9390 6099 1290 7195 7290 9999 3419 4940 3990 1195 7490 3040 5450 7690 3449 3590 2090 3695 2590 1990 9160 1095 3438 3439 4910 2340 6105 4970 7720 Title Mining, Rock Drilling, Earth Boring, and Related Equipment ................................ Miscellaneous Aircraft Accessories and Components.......................................... Miscellaneous Alarm, Signal, and Security Detection Systems............................. Miscellaneous Ammunition ................................................................................ Miscellaneous Battery Retaining Fixtures, Liners and Ancillary Items ................... Miscellaneous Chemical Specialties................................................................... Miscellaneous Communication Equipment.......................................................... Miscellaneous Construction Equipment .............................................................. Miscellaneous Construction Materials ................................................................ Miscellaneous Crude Agricultural and Forestry Products ..................................... Miscellaneous Crude Animal Products, Inedible.................................................. Miscellaneous Electric Power and Distribution Equipment.................................... Miscellaneous Electrical and Electronic Components .......................................... Miscellaneous Engine Accessories, Aircraft ........................................................ Miscellaneous Engine Accessories, Nonaircraft .................................................. Miscellaneous Engines and Components ........................................................... Miscellaneous Fabricated Nonmetallic Materials ................................................. Miscellaneous Fiber Optic Components ............................................................. Miscellaneous Fire Control Equipment ............................................................... Miscellaneous Furniture and Fixtures ................................................................. Miscellaneous Household and Commercial Furnishings and Appliances .............. Miscellaneous Items ......................................................................................... Miscellaneous Machine Tools ............................................................................ Miscellaneous Maintenance and Repair Shop Specialized Equipment.................. Miscellaneous Materials Handling Equipment ..................................................... Miscellaneous Nuclear Ordnance....................................................................... Miscellaneous Office Machines.......................................................................... Miscellaneous Power Transmission Equipment ................................................... Miscellaneous Prefabricated Structures.............................................................. Miscellaneous Printed Matter............................................................................. Miscellaneous Secondary Metal Forming and Cutting Machines .......................... Miscellaneous Service and Trade Equipment ...................................................... Miscellaneous Ship and Marine Equipment ........................................................ Miscellaneous Special Industry Machinery ......................................................... Miscellaneous Vehicular Components ................................................................ Miscellaneous Vessels ...................................................................................... Miscellaneous Waxes, Oils, and Fats.................................................................. Miscellaneous Weapons.................................................................................... Miscellaneous Welding Equipment ..................................................................... Miscellaneous Welding, Soldering, and Brazing Supplies and Accessories ........... Motor Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Shop Specialized Equipment ................... Motorcycles, Motor Scooters, and Bicycles ......................................................... Motors, Electrical .............................................................................................. Multiple Guided Weapons, Specialized Maintenance and Repair Shop Equipment. Musical Instrument Parts and Accessories ......................................................... Page No. 25 11 45 7 44 50 39 25 37 62 62 44 42 19 19 17 61 43 4 52 53 64 21 33 26 3 54 19 36 55 21 22 13 24 16 13 61 1 21 21 31 14 43 33 55

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Contents - Indexed by Title FSC 7710 5315 6605 1070 7630 5855 6260 9650 9680 9450 5675 8315 1105 1140 1125 1120 1110 4470 1127 1115 5310 5331 7520 7110 7435 7510 7450 9150 6930 6540 6650 1240 5980 9610 5955 5811 8405 8410 8135 5330 8320 8020 8010 9310 Title Musical Instruments .......................................................................................... Nails, Machine Keys, and Pins ........................................................................... Navigational Instruments ................................................................................... Nets and Booms, Ordnance............................................................................... Newspapers and Periodicals.............................................................................. Night Vision Equipment, Emitted and Reflected Radiation ................................... Nonelectrical Lighting Fixtures ........................................................................... Nonferrous Base Metal Refinery and Intermediate Forms.................................... Nonferrous Scrap.............................................................................................. Nonmetallic Scrap, Except Textile....................................................................... Nonwood Construction Lumber and Related Materials ........................................ Notions and Apparel Findings ............................................................................ Nuclear Bombs................................................................................................. Nuclear Components ........................................................................................ Nuclear Demolition Charges .............................................................................. Nuclear Depth Charges..................................................................................... Nuclear Projectiles............................................................................................ Nuclear Reactors .............................................................................................. Nuclear Rockets ............................................................................................... Nuclear Warheads and Warhead Sections .......................................................... Nuts and Washers ............................................................................................ O-Ring ............................................................................................................. Office Devices and Accessories......................................................................... Office Furniture................................................................................................. Office Information System Equipment ................................................................ Office Supplies ................................................................................................. Office Type Sound Recording and Reproducing Machines ................................... Oils and Greases: Cutting, Lubricating, and Hydraulic ......................................... Operation Training Devices ................................................................................ Ophthalmic Instruments, Equipment, and Supplies ............................................. Optical Instruments, Test Equipment, Components and Accessories .................... Optical Sighting and Ranging Equipment............................................................ Optoelectronic Devices and Associated Hardware .............................................. Ores ................................................................................................................ Oscillators and Piezoelectric Crystals................................................................. Other Cryptologic Equipment and Components .................................................. Outerwear, Mens ............................................................................................. Outerwear, Womens......................................................................................... Packaging and Packing Bulk Materials ............................................................... Packing and Gasket Materials............................................................................ Padding and Stuffing Materials .......................................................................... Paint and Artists Brushes ................................................................................. Paints, Dopes, Varnishes, and Related Products ................................................. Paper and Paperboard ...................................................................................... Page No. 55 34 46 1 55 39 44 63 63 62 37 57 2 2 2 2 2 29 2 2 34 35 54 52 54 54 54 61 50 46 48 3 41 63 40 38 58 58 57 34 58 56 56 61

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Contents - Indexed by Title FSC 1670 7735 2310 8510 8530 6840 3740 3835 7740 7730 6740 6760 6730 6780 6750 6635 5630 4710 3418 9330 9515 9545 9535 4510 5530 1945 4320 9660 5445 5410 8030 6685 3610 3465 3615 7040 3445 1370 5841 5840 5826 5825 5821 5820 Title Parachutes; Aerial Pick Up, Delivery, Recovery Systems; and Cargo Tie Down Equipment........................................................................................................ Parts and Accessories of Phonographs, Radios, and Television Set: Home Type ... Passenger Motor Vehicles ................................................................................. Perfumes, Toilet Preparations, and Powders ....................................................... Personal Toiletry Articles ................................................................................... Pest Control Agents and Disinfectants................................................................ Pest, Disease, and Frost Control Equipment ....................................................... Petroleum Production and Distribution Equipment............................................... Phonograph Records ........................................................................................ Phonographs, Radios, and Television Sets: Home Type ....................................... Photographic Developing and Finishing Equipment ............................................. Photographic Equipment and Accessories.......................................................... Photographic Projection Equipment ................................................................... Photographic Sets, Kits, and Outfits ................................................................... Photographic Supplies ...................................................................................... Physical Properties Testing and Inspection ......................................................... Pipe and Conduit, Nonmetallic........................................................................... Pipe, Tube and Rigid Tubing............................................................................... Planers and Shapers ........................................................................................ Plastics Fabricated Materials ............................................................................. Plate, Sheet, Strip, Foil, and Leaf ....................................................................... Plate, Sheet, Strip, Foil, and Wire: Precious Metal ............................................... Plate, Sheet, Strip, and Foil; Nonferrous Base Metal............................................ Plumbing Fixtures and Accessories ................................................................... Plywood and Veneer ......................................................................................... Pontoons and Floating Docks ............................................................................ Power and Hand Pumps.................................................................................... Precious Metals Primary Forms ......................................................................... Prefabricated Tower Structures .......................................................................... Prefabricated and Portable Buildings.................................................................. Preservative and Sealing Compounds................................................................ Pressure, Temperature, and Humidity Measuring and Controlling Instruments ...... Printing, Duplicating, and Bookbinding Equipment .............................................. Production Jigs, Fixtures, and Templates ............................................................ Pulp and Paper Industries Machinery ................................................................. Punched Card Equipment ................................................................................. Punching and Shearing Machines...................................................................... Pyrotechnics..................................................................................................... Radar Equipment, Airborne ............................................................................... Radar Equipment, Except Airborne .................................................................... Radio Navigation Equipment, Airborne ............................................................... Radio Navigation Equipment, Except Airborne.................................................... Radio and Television Communication Equipment, Airborne.................................. Radio and Television Communication Equipment, Except Airborne....................... Page No.

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Contents - Indexed by Title FSC 2220 6330 7830 4250 8130 9350 4110 4130 5945 1346 6545 5905 2020 2230 5411 3448 5320 3825 2845 4927 1340 3422 5650 9320 3620 3770 4240 3210 3405 5440 6670 5305 8730 5961 7360 5180 5280 4630 7660 2010 6320 8335 3520 9905 1940 Title Rail Cars .......................................................................................................... Railroad Signal and Warning Devices................................................................. Recreational and Gymnastic Equipment ............................................................. Recycling and Reclamation Equipment .............................................................. Reels and Spools ............................................................................................. Refractories and Fire Surfacing Materials ........................................................... Refrigeration Equipment.................................................................................... Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Components.................................................. Relays and Solenoids ....................................................................................... Remote Munitions............................................................................................. Replenishable Field Medical Sets, Kits, and Outfits ............................................. Resistors.......................................................................................................... Rigging and Rigging Gear ................................................................................. Right-of-Way Construction and Maintenance Equipment, Railroad ....................... Rigid Wall Shelters............................................................................................ Riveting Machines ............................................................................................ Rivets .............................................................................................................. Road Clearing, Cleaning, and Marking Equipment .............................................. Rocket Engines and Components ...................................................................... Rocket Maintenance, Repair and Checkout Specialized Equipment...................... Rockets, Rocket Ammunition and Rocket Components........................................ Rolling Mills and Drawing Machines ................................................................... Roofing and Siding Materials ............................................................................. Rubber Fabricated Materials.............................................................................. Rubber and Plastics Working Machinery ............................................................ Saddlery, Harness, Whips, and Related Animal Furnishings ................................ Safety and Rescue Equipment........................................................................... Sawmill and Planing Mill Machinery ................................................................... Saws and Filing Machines ................................................................................. Scaffolding Equipment and Concrete Forms ....................................................... Scales and Balances ........................................................................................ Screws............................................................................................................. Seeds and Nursery Stock.................................................................................. Semiconductor Devices and Associated Hardware.............................................. Sets, Kits, Outfits and Modules, Food Preperation and Serving ............................ Sets, Kits, and Outfits of Hand Tools................................................................... Sets, Kits, and Outfits of Measuring Tools ........................................................... Sewage Treatment Equipment ........................................................................... Sheet and Book Music ...................................................................................... Ship and Boat Propulsion Components .............................................................. Shipboard Alarm and Signal Systems ................................................................ Shoe Findings and Soling Materials ................................................................... Shoe Repairing Equipment................................................................................ Signs, Advertising Displays, and Identification Plates .......................................... 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Contents - Indexed by Title FSC 9920 3710 6117 5835 8935 1860 1820 1850 1840 4960 1830 1810 4520 8940 1925 1398 3690 8475 3685 3670 8145 1190 7540 7530 2820 2825 5860 5430 9520 9540 5307 8925 1385 6510 5930 5990 7350 1367 5136 5805 5815 8340 8305 3625 Title Smokers Articles and Matches.......................................................................... Soil Preparation Equipment ............................................................................... Solar Electric Power Systems ............................................................................ Sound Recording and Reproducing Equipment................................................... Soups and Bouillons ......................................................................................... Space Survival Equipment ................................................................................ Space Vehicle Components ............................................................................... Space Vehicle Handling and Servicing Equipment............................................... Space Vehicle Launchers .................................................................................. Space Vehicle Maintenance, Repair, and Checkout Specialized Equipment .......... Space Vehicle Remote Control Systems............................................................. Space Vehicles ................................................................................................. Space and Water Heating Equipment ................................................................. Special Dietary Foods and Food Specialty Preparations ...................................... Special Service Vessels .................................................................................... Specialized Ammunition Handling and Servicing Equipment ................................ Specialized Ammunition and Ordnance Machinery and Related Equipment .......... Specialized Flight Clothing and Accessories ....................................................... Specialized Metal Container Manufacturing Machinery and Related Equipment .... Specialized Semiconductor, Microcircuit, and Printed Circuit Board Manufacturing Machinery ........................................................................................................ Specialized Shipping and Storage Containers..................................................... Specialized Test and Handling Equipment, Nuclear Ordnance ............................. Standard Forms................................................................................................ Stationery and Record Forms ............................................................................ Steam Engines, Reciprocating; and Components................................................ Steam Turbines and Components ...................................................................... Stimulated Coherent Radiation Devices, Components, and Accessories............... Storage Tanks................................................................................................... Structural Shapes ............................................................................................. Structural Shapes, Nonferrous Base Metal ......................................................... Studs ............................................................................................................... Sugar, Confectionery, and Nuts.......................................................................... Surface Use Explosive Ordnance Disposal Tools and Equipment ......................... Surgical Dressing Materials ............................................................................... Switches .......................................................................................................... Synchros and Resolvers.................................................................................... Tableware......................................................................................................... Tactical Sets, Kits, and Outfits............................................................................ Taps, Dies, and Collets; Hand and Machine ........................................................ Telephone and Telegraph Equipment.................................................................. Teletype and Facsimile Equipment ..................................................................... Tents and Tarpaulins ......................................................................................... Textile Fabrics................................................................................................... Textile Industries Machinery .............................................................................. Page No. 64 24 43 38 60 12 12 12 12 33 12 12 29 60 12 7 24 59 24 23 57 3 54 54 17 17 39 36 62 62 34 60 7 45 40 41 53 6 33 38 38 58 57 23

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Contents - Indexed by Title FSC 5620 6645 2640 2620 2610 2630 3640 8975 8520 8540 5140 3230 7643 4921 1356 1355 3010 2250 2410 2430 2420 6310 2330 6910 6120 1910 3830 2320 2950 7430 1353 1352 1350 1351 5845 1386 8420 8425 4820 4810 2530 2510 2540 2520 Title Tile, Brick and Block.......................................................................................... Time Measuring Instruments ............................................................................. Tire Rebuilding and Tire and Tube Repair Materials............................................. Tires and Tubes, Pneumatic, Aircraft .................................................................. Tires and Tubes, Pneumatic, Except Aircraft ....................................................... Tires, Solid and Cushion ................................................................................... Tobacco Manufacturing Machinery ..................................................................... Tobacco Products ............................................................................................. Toilet Soap, Shaving Preparations, and Dentifrices.............................................. Toiletry Paper Products ..................................................................................... Tool and Hardware Boxes.................................................................................. Tools and Attachments for Woodworking Machinery ............................................ Topographic Maps, Charts and Geodetic Products .............................................. Torpedo Maintenance, Repair, and Checkout Specialized Equipment ................... Torpedos and Components, Explosive................................................................ Torpedos and Components, Inert ....................................................................... Torque Converters and Speed Changers............................................................ Track Material, Railroad..................................................................................... Tractor, Full Tracked, Low Speed........................................................................ Tractors, Full Tracked, High Speed ..................................................................... Tractors, Wheeled ............................................................................................. Traffic and Transit Signal Systems ...................................................................... Trailers ............................................................................................................. Training Aids..................................................................................................... Transformers: Distribution and Power Station ...................................................... Transport Vessels, Passenger and Troop ............................................................ Truck and Tractor Attachments ........................................................................... Trucks and Truck Tractors, Wheeled ................................................................... Turbosupercharger and Components ................................................................. Typewriters and Office Type Composing Machines .............................................. Underwater Mine Disposal Explosive Devices..................................................... Underwater Mine Disposal Inert Devices ............................................................ Underwater Mine and Components, Inert ........................................................... Underwater Mines and Components, Explosive .................................................. Underwater Sound Equipment ........................................................................... Underwater Use Explosive Ordnance Disposal and Swimmer Weapons Systems Tools and Equipment ........................................................................................ Underwear and Nightwear, Mens ...................................................................... Underwear and Nightwear, Womens.................................................................. Valves, Nonpowered ......................................................................................... Valves, Powered ............................................................................................... Vehicular Brake, Steering, Axle, Wheel, and Track Components ........................... Vehicular Cab, Body, and Frame Structural Components ..................................... Vehicular Furniture and Accessories .................................................................. Vehicular Power Transmission Components ........................................................ Page No. 36 48 16 16 16 16 23 60 59 60 33 20 55 31 6 6 19 14 15 15 15 45 14 50 43 12 25 14 19 53 5 5 5 5 38 7 59 59 30 30 16 16 16 16

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Contents - Indexed by Title FSC 3550 5836 7460 5850 4150 5640 3930 4540 4620 4610 2830 4933 2541 3436 3950 6145 3447 9505 9525 3220 3540 6525 8310 Title Vending and Coin Operated Machines ............................................................... Video Recording and Reproducing Equipment.................................................... Visible Record Equipment ................................................................................. Visible and Invisible Light Communication Equipment ......................................... Vortex Tubes and Other Related Cooling Tubes................................................... Wallboard, Building Paper, and Thermal Insulation Materials ............................... Warehouse Trucks and Tractors, Self-Propelled................................................... Waste Disposal Equipment................................................................................ Water Distillation Equipment, Marine and Industrial............................................. Water Purification Equipment............................................................................. Water Turbines and Water Wheels; and Components........................................... Weapons Maintenance and Repair Shop Specialized Equipment ......................... Weapons Systems Specific Vehicular Accessories .............................................. Welding Positioners and Manipulators ................................................................ Winches, Hoists, Cranes, and Derricks............................................................... Wire and Cable, Electrical ................................................................................. Wire and Metal Ribbon Forming Machines ......................................................... Wire, Nonelectrical............................................................................................ Wire, Nonelectrical, Nonferrous Base Metal........................................................ Woodworking Machines .................................................................................... Wrapping and Packaging Machinery .................................................................. X-ray Equipment and Supplies: Medical, Dental, Veterinary ................................. Yarn and Thread ............................................................................................... Page No. 22 38 54 38 28 37 26 29 30 30 17 32 16 21 26 44 21 62 62 20 22 46 57

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FEDERAL SUPPLY CLASSIFICATION Groups and Classes GROUP 10 Weapons 1045 Launchers, Torpedo and Depth Charge Includes Depth Charge Tracks; Torpedo Tubes.

Note-This group includes combat weapons as well as weapon-like noncombat items, such as 1055 Launchers, Rocket and Pyrotechnic line throwing devices and pyrotechnic pistols. Includes Airborne Rocket Launchers Also included in this group are weapon neuadaptable to guided missile use. tralizing equipment, such as degaussers, and Excludes Specifically designed Airborne deception equipment, such as camouflage Guided Missile Launchers; Jettisonable nets. Excluded from this group are fire control Rocket Launchers; Launcher Fairings designed for specific airframes; Rifle Greand night devices classifiable in groups 12 or nade Launchers; Grenade Launchers for 58. Integral-Cartridge Grenades, SingleShot or Auto-Loading or Automatic Firing. 1005 Guns, through 30mm Includes Machine Guns; Brushes, Ma1070 Nets and Booms, Ordnance chine Gun and Pistol. Note-This class includes nets and Excludes Turrets, Aircraft. booms for harbor defense only. 1010 Guns, over 30mm up to 75mm Includes Breech Mechanisms; Mounts; 1075 Degaussing and Mine Sweeping Equipment Grenade Launchers for IntegralCartridge Grenades, Single-Shot or 1080 Camouflage and Deception Equipment Auto-Loading or Automatic-Firing. Includes Dummy Artillery, Aircraft and Vehicles; Garnished Nets. 1015 Guns, 75mm through 125mm Includes Breech Mechanisms; Mounts; 1090 Assemblies Interchangeable Between Rammers. Weapons in Two or More Classes Includes Components and Accessories 1020 Guns, over 125mm through 150mm used on or with weapons falling in two or Includes Breech Mechanisms; Power more classes of Group 10. Drives; Gun Shields. 1095 Miscellaneous Weapons 1025 Guns, over 150mm through 200mm Includes Line Throwing Guns; Catapult Includes Firing Platforms; Mounts; Gun Guns; Bayonets; Saluting Guns; Signal Shields. Guns; Flare Guns; Barrage Balloons; Accessories, not elsewhere classifiable, for 1030 Guns, over 200mm through 300mm weapons in this group; Expendable Bomb Includes Gun Yokes; Rammers; ReflecDispensers. tors. GROUP 11 1035 Guns, over 300mm Nuclear Ordnance Includes Breech Mechanisms; Training Gears; Power Drives. Note-This group includes, in particular, nuclear ordnance training weapons, practice 1040 Chemical Weapons and Equipment ballistic units, and all components specially Includes Flame Throwers; Smoke Gen- designed therefor, when not specifically claserators. sified elsewhere. Also included in the group

are specially designed simulators and mockin more specific classes, and items such ups, which are integral parts of the above. as projectiles and bombs which include Excluded from this group are general purpose the entire outer case of a weapon. nose cones, case sections, flare sections or center sections designed to carry payloads 1120 Nuclear Depth Charges Note-This class includes nuclear other than nuclear and/or for use on a missile, weapons which consist of depth charge rocket, or re-entry vehicle to attain the necesbodies assembled with nuclear warsary aerodynamic configuration. heads. It includes training weapons and 1105 Nuclear Bombs all specially designed components which Note-This class includes nuclear are not classifiable elsewhere. weapons (including bombs), which are designed to be dropped from an aircraft. 1125 Nuclear Demolition Charges Includes Ballistic cases, tail assemblies, Note-This class includes nuclear retardation devices, and other peculiar weapons which are designed to be emcomponents which are not classifiable placed in or near a structure, area, or the elsewhere. like, which is to be destroyed. The weapExcludes Parachute canopies and ons may include accessories. canopy hardware. Includes Outer cases, case sections, and other peculiar components, which are not 1110 Nuclear Projectiles classifiable elsewhere. Note- This class includes nuclear weapons which are designed to be pro- 1127 Nuclear Rockets pelled from a recoilless rifle, gun, howitNote-This class includes nuclear zer, or the like, and which are not deweapons, consisting of rocket bodies assigned to be self-propelled. sembled with nuclear warheads, which Includes Ogive sections, body sections, comprise a single item of supply and are bases, and other peculiar components issued as such. which are not classifiable elsewhere. Includes Components peculiar to assembled rockets which are not classifi1115 Nuclear Warheads and Warhead able elsewhere. Sections Excludes Rocket Motors; Warhead ComNote This class includes nuclear warponents; Rocket Components classified heads (without or assembled with case in other FSC classes. sections, adaption kits, and/or fuzing and firing components) which are to be used 1130 Conversion Kits, Nuclear Ordnance in or with bombs, rockets, projectiles, misNote-This class includes collections of siles, demolition charges, or the like. Also items used for the purpose of converting includes case sections, nose cones, flare nuclear weapons from one configuration sections, center sections, and auxiliary to another. structural components of missiles, rockets, and re-entry vehicles which are de- 1135 Fuzing and Firing Devices, Nuclear signed or constructed for exclusive use Ordnance with or for housing of nuclear warheads Includes such items as fuzes, power supand/or warhead sections. plies, firing sets, x-units, cables, safing Includes Components and parts peculiar devices, adaption kits, and re-entry veto the warhead or warhead section, which hicle nuclear ordnance arming and fuzing are not classifiable in more specific systems. classes. Excludes Such components as fuzing 1140 Nuclear Components Includes All components which contain or and firing devices, nuclear components, high explosive components, classifiable simulate nuclear active materials.

Excludes end items, such as bombs, pro- signed specifically for aircraft gunnery or airjectiles, warheads, and the like. craft bombing fire control, respectively. c. In Class 1430, when designed specifically for 1145 Explosive and Pyrotechnic guided missile remote control systems, except Components, Nuclear Ordnance shipboard type. d. In appropriate classes of Note-This class includes actual and Group 58, when designed for multiple applicasimulated explosive and pyrotechnic tions to both fire control and communication components peculiar to all nuclear ord- equipment. e. In appropriate classes of Group nance end items, such as bombs, demo- 58 when designed for night vision. lition charges, rockets, projectiles, warheads, and related systems. Excluded 1210 Fire Control Directors from this class are all explosive and pyrotechnic components designed for other 1220 Fire Control Computing Sights and than nuclear ordnance applications. Devices 1190 Specialized Test and Handling 1230 Fire Control Systems, Complete Equipment, Nuclear Ordnance Note-This class includes only complete Includes Specially designed trucks and fire control systems. Anything less than a trailers for nuclear ordnance; Specially complete system, such as individual end designed slings and hoists; Operational, items, assemblies, parts, attachments, or test, and setting devices, and cradles; accessories for use in fire control sysConditioning Kits and Sets, Controlled tems are classified in classes other than Environment. this class. Excludes Hand tools; Instruments for use on both nuclear ordnance and other equipment; Basic types of electrical and 1240 Optical Sighting and Ranging Equipment electronic test instruments, including Includes Periscopes for Submarines; those specially designed, such as ammeRange and Height Finders; Telescopic ters, voltmeters, ohmmeters, multimSights; Optical Instruments Integrated eters, and similar instruments, as shown with Fire Control Equipment. in the indexes in the FSC. 1250 Fire Control Stabilizing Mechanisms 1195 Miscellaneous Nuclear Ordnance Includes Items common to more than one class or items not properly fitting into the 1260 Fire Control Designating and Indicating Equipment foregoing classes of nuclear ordnance. Includes Turret, Gun, Torpedo Mount, and Searchlight Indicating Equipment; Target GROUP 12 Designating Equipment; Synchro SysFire Control Equipment tems. Note-Fire control assemblies, subassemblies, and components are classified: a. In appropri- 1265 Fire Control Transmitting and Receiving Equipment, except Airborne ate classes of this group when: (1) Designed Includes Fire Control Transmitters, for multiple applications to different kinds of Transmitter-Receivers, Receivers, fire control equipment. (2) Modified for use Receiver-Regulators. with guided missile remote control systems. Excludes Fire Control Transmitting and (3) Designed specifically for shipborne guided Receiving Equipment, Specially Demissile remote control systems. (4) Radar signed for use on or with Fire Control equipment, designed specifically for fire conRadar Equipment. trol systems. (5) Both day and night viewing characteristics are incorporated into an integral unit. b. In Class 1270 or 1280, when de-

1270 Aircraft Gunnery Fire Control 1310 Ammunition, over 30mm up to 75mm Components Includes Components, except Fuzes and Includes Turrets, Aircraft; Computers, Primers; Chemical Warfare Cartridges. Excludes Fuzes and Primers. specifically designed; Complete Gyro Mechanisms. Excludes Gun Chargers; Ammunition 1315 Ammunition, 75mm through 125mm Includes Components, except Fuzes and Boxes; Gun Heaters; Field and Link Primers; Pyrotechnic Cartridges and ProChutes; Ammunition Boosters; Gyro jectiles; Chemical Warfare Cartridges Components; Complete Fire Control Sysand Projectiles. tems. Excludes Fuzes and Primers. 1280 Aircraft Bombing Fire Control 1320 Ammunition, over 125mm Components Includes Components, except Fuzes and Includes Computers, specifically dePrimers; Chemical Warfare Projectiles. signed; Complete Gyro Mechanisms; OpExcludes Fuzes and Primers. tical Instruments for Bombing Fire Control. Excludes Gyro Components; Optical Ele- 1325 Bombs Includes Components; Photoflash ments, such as Lens, Prisms, Filters. Bombs; Chemical Warfare Bombs; Bomb Clusters. 1285 Fire Control Radar Equipment, except Airborne Includes Radar Sets, Assemblies, Sub- 1330 Grenades Includes Components; Hand and Rifle assemblies, and Components Specially Grenades; Smoke Grenades. Designed for use on or with Fire Control Excludes Firing Devices (Launchers). Equipment. 1287 Fire Control Sonar Equipment Note-This class includes airborne, shipborne, and submarineborne sonar sets, assemblies, subassemblies, and components designed specificially for use with underwater fire control equipment. 1290 Miscellaneous Fire Control Equipment Includes Fuze Setters; Ordnance Cable Systems; Aiming Circles; Flash and Sound Ranging Sets; Fire Control Components and Subassemblies Not Classifiable in Other Classes of Group 12. GROUP 13 Ammunition and Explosives 1336 Guided Missile Warheads and Explosive Components Includes Warheads Containing Military Chemical Agents; Exercise Heads, Guided Missile. Excludes Atomic Ordnance Warheads; All other Warheads for use on other than guided missiles; Liquid Propulsion Units; Rocket Engines (Liquid Propellant Units); JATO Units; Rocket Motors (Solid Propellant Units) for Guided Missiles; Solid Fuel Propulsion Units; Propellant Chemicals encased in consumable containers, such as squibs and cartridges for insertion into missile propulsion systems as integral parts.

1337 Guided Missile and Space Vehicle Explosive Propulsion Units, Solid Fuel; and Components Note-Excluded from this group are items speIncludes Rocket Motors (Solid Propellant cially designed for nuclear ordnance applicaUnits) for Guided Missiles, Explosivetion. Loaded; All Explosive Components for 1305 Ammunition, through 30mm Guided Missile and Space Vehicle Solid Includes Components. Fuel Propulsion Units; Solid Propellants

encased in consumable containers, such 1346 Remote Munitions as squibs and cartridges, intended for Munitions items/systems that are not insertion into missile propulsion systems held by the soldier but are deployed for as integral parts. future activation. They may be put in Excludes Rocket Motors (Solid Propelplace separately by the soldier or delivlant Units) for Guided Missiles, Inertered from vehicles or aircraft by mechaniLoaded or Empty; All Inert (Nonexplocal distribution methods. They may be sive) Components for Guided Missile and command controlled or may use self Space Vehicle Solid Fuel Propulsion initiated firing systems that do not require Units; Guided Missile Warheads and soldier monitoring. All items in this class Components; Rocket Propulsion Units; can be armed/disarmed remotely. Remote Munition Items and Systems Rocket Motors (Solid Propellant Units) for used singularly or in combination to deRockets; Solid Propellants predeterfeat a variety of threats; Fuzes; Safe and mined to specific quantity and quality, but Arming devises; Self Destruction Mechapackaged in reusable containers. nisms; Communication Modules; Command and Control systems and various 1338 Guided Missile and Space Vehicle Inert other pertinent components. Propulsion Units, Solid Fuel; and Components Includes Rocket Motors (Solid Propellant 1350 Underwater Mine and Components, Inert Units) for Guided Missiles, Inert-Loaded Includes Parachute Packs; Inert Mine or Empty; All Inert (Nonexplosive) ComCases; Booster Cans; Clock Delays; ponents for Guided Missile and Space Clock Starters; Search Coils; Extenders. Vehicle Solid Fuel Propulsion Units. Excludes Rocket Motors (Solid Propel- 1351 Underwater Mines and Components, lant Units) for Guided Missiles, ExplosiveExplosive Loaded; Guided Missile Warheads and Includes Loaded Cases; Boosters; DetoComponents; Rocket Propulsion Units; nators. Rocket Motors (Solid Propellant Units) for Rockets. 1352 Underwater Mine Disposal Inert Devices 1340 Rockets, Rocket Ammunition and Note: Version of Underwater Mine DisRocket Components posal Explosive Device without destrucIncludes Complete Rounds; Explosive tive charge. Intended for underwater mine Components, Including Warheads; Pyrohunting and reconnaissance. May also be technic Rockets; Solid Fuel JATO Units; used for training purposes. Includes: Complete operating units, such Rocket Motors (Solid Propellant Units) for as an underwater mine reconnaissance Rockets; Covers, Protective Rocket Wardevice, as well as component parts, prachead; Jettisonable Rocket Launchers; tice, training, blank, and dummies. Conditioning Kits and Sets, Controlled Excludes: Torpedo Inert components, Environment; and other peculiar compodepth charges, and underwater mines. nents which are not classified elsewhere. Excludes Nuclear rockets, Nuclear warheads; all other warheads for use on 1353 Underwater Mine Disposal Explosive Devices other than rockets; and rockets with Note: Complete explosive devices, inbuilt-in guiding devices. cluding destructive charge. It is fired, guided to target and detonated from a 1345 Land Mines vessel or other remote site. Includes Components; Antipersonnel Includes Complete explosive device, inMines; Antitank Mines; Fuzes. cluding ammunition, detonating charge,

and component parts. Excludes Underwater Mine Explosive Components (FSC 1351), Torpedo Explosive Components (FSC 1356), Military Chemical Agents (FSC 1365). 1355 Torpedos and Components, Inert 1356 Torpedos and Components, Explosive Includes Warheads; Boosters; Detonators. 1360 Depth Charges and Components, Inert Includes Inert Firing Mechanisms; Pistols without Detonators; Extenders. 1361 Depth Charges and Components, Explosive Includes Cases; Boosters; Detonators.

1365 Military Chemical Agents Includes War Gases; Screening Smokes; Incendiary and thickening Agents; Signaling Smokes. Excludes Ammunition containing Military 1376 Bulk Explosives Includes Solid Propellants, predeterChemical Agents. mined to specific quantity and quality, packaged in reusable containers; Explo1367 Tactical Sets, Kits, and Outfits sive Loaded Devices and Components A collection of items, which are used for as shown in the indexes to the FSC. a specific purpose. Each collection must Excludes Liquid Propellant Fuels and include at least one item of ordnance Oxidizers; Solid Propellants encased in classified in Group 13. Ordnance may be consumable containers, for insertion into non-lethal (as defined in the Department missile propulsion systems as integral of Defense Directive 3000.3). These sets, parts; Guided Missile Explosive Devices; kits and outfits may include such items as Blasting and Demolition Materials; uniforms, weapons, body armor, and the Safety-in-Flight Explosive Items and Delike. By themselves, each of these comvices such as Impulse Cartridges, Delay ponents belongs in an FSC other than Cartridges, Aircraft Ejection Seat Cata1367. pults, Aircraft Canopy Removers; Rocket 1370 Pyrotechnics and Guided Missile Motors, Warheads, Includes Flares; Signals; Fireworks; Pisand Propulsion Sections; similiar items, as shown in the indexes to the FSC. tol Rocket Signals. Excludes Pyrotechnic Cartridges and Projectiles; Photoflash Bombs; Pyrotech- 1377 Cartridge and Propellant Actuated Devices and Components nic Rockets. Note-This class includes safety-inflight explosive items, consisting of a 1375 Demolition Materials quantity of propellant (either encased in a Includes Items for construction, quarrycartridge or in molded form) and a means ing and demolition work such as Dynaof activation, designed to be inserted into mite and other explosives packed in cyor attached to one or more devices to lindrical paper cartridges or in bags,

Demolition Charges, Blasting Caps, Blasting Time Fuses, Detonating Cord, Demolition Firing Devices; Booby Trap Mechanisms; Bangalore Torpedoes; Inert accessories and components such as Blasting Machines, Priming Adapters, and Detonating Cord Clips. Excludes Liquid Propellant Fuels and Oxidizers; Solid Propellants encased in consumable containers, for insertion into missile propulsion systems as integral parts; Guided Missile Explosive Devices; Safety-in-Flight Explosive Items and Devices such as, Impulse Cartridges, Delay Cartridges, Aircraft Ejection Seat Catapults, Aircraft Canopy Removers, and similar items, as shown in the indexes to the FSC, Solid Propellants, predetermined to specific quantity and quality, packaged in reusable containers; Nuclear Ordnance Components; Rocket and Guided Missile Motors, Warheads, and Propulsion Sections.

derwater Demolition Teams (UDT), provide the energy required to operate and/or Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) personnel devices requiring a time delay, or not reExcludes Nonspecialized or common quiring a time delay, in their operating tools not developed exclusively for use by sequence. Also included are devices dequalified EOD, UDT, and/or SEAL persigned to utilize energy generated by the sonnel; specialized demolition material; items described above. explosive loaded shaped charges Includes Impulse Cartridges; Delay Cartridges; Engine Starter Cartridges (explosive filled); Fire Extinguisher Cartridges 1390 Fuzes and Primers Note-This class includes only fuzes (used to activate by remote control); Airand primers for use in ammunition classicraft Ejection Seat Catapults; Rocket Mofied in Classes 1310, 1315, and 1320. tors (Solid Propellant Units) for Aircraft Excludes Fuzes and Primers for ammuniEjection Seats; Aircraft Canopy Removtion not classified in Classes 1310, 1315, ers; Thrusters, propellant and cartridge and 1320. actuated; Initiators; Explosive Bolts and Explosive Bolt Cartridges; Cutters, cartridge or propellant actuated, Reefing 1395 Miscellaneous Ammunition Includes Ammunition Shapes, such as Line; Powder actuated Tool Cartridges; Blanks, Disks, Slugs, Cups, and Rotating Explosive Loaded Devices and CompoBands (Shell Bands). nents which are not specifically classified elsewhere. Excludes Liquid Propellant Fuels and 1398 Specialized Ammunition Handling and Servicing Equipment Oxidizers; Solid Propellants, encased in Includes Handling and servicing equipconsumable containers for insertion into ment specially designed for use on or missile propulsion systems as an integral with rockets and conventional ammunipart; Guided Missile Explosive Devices; tion. Bulk and Solid Propellants, predeterExcludes Handling and servicing equipmined to specific quantity and quality, ment specially designed for use on or packaged in reusable containers; Blastwith rocket and pyrotechnic launchers; ing and Demolition Materials; Rocket MoAmmunition maintenance and repair tors, Warheads and Propulsion Sections shop specialized equipment; Handling for Rockets and Guided Missiles. equipment specially designed for aircraft or airfield use. 1385 Surface Use Explosive Ordnance Disposal Tools and Equipment Note-This class includes only specialGROUP 14 ized tools and equipment developed for Guided Missiles and used by qualified Explosive OrdNote-This group includes missiles (with or nance Disposal (EOD) personnel. Excludes Nonspecialized or common without warheads or explosive components) tools and equipment not developed ex- incorporating mechanisms capable of altering clusively for use by qualified EOD person- normal flight paths. Radar and infrared assemnel; specialized demolition material; ex- blies and components designed specifically for use with guided missiles are classified in plosive loaded shaped charges. the appropriate classes of this group. Excluded from this group are case sections, nose 1386 Underwater Use Explosive Ordnance cones, flare sections, center sections, warDisposal and Swimmer Weapons heads, explosive components, rockets, and Systems Tools and Equipment Note-This class includes only special- auxiliary components of missiles and reentry ized tools and equipment developed for vehicles which are designed or constructed for and used by qualified Explosive Ord- exclusive use with or for housing of nuclear nance Disposal (EOD), personnel, Un- warheads and/or warhead sections. Also ex-

cluded are space vehicle nose cones and space capsules specifically designed to carry loads peculiar to space research and space travel. 1410 Guided Missiles Note-This class includes only complete guided missiles, with or without warheads and explosive components, whether in assembled or unassembled form. End items, assemblies, parts, attachments, or accessories for use in or on guided missiles are classified in classes other than this class. Includes Complete Drones, initially designed as missiles, but converted to drone use.

single items of supply. Excludes Complete Guided Missile Systems. 1430 Guided Missile Remote Control Systems Note-This class includes airborne and nonairborne guided missile remote control systems, components, and accessories, designed specifically for use therewith. Excluded from this class are fire control assemblies, subassemblies, and components modified for use with guided missile remote control systems, and fire control assemblies designed specifically for shipboard use. Includes Specially Designed Components of Guided Missile Remote Control Systems. Excludes Guided Missile Internal (Builtin) Control Systems; Components used in both guided missiles and other than guided missiles (including fire control components).

1420 Guided Missile Components Includes Structural Components; Components and Accessories Specially Designed for use on or with guided missiles, including Complete Gyro Mechanisms, Hydraulic Pumps, Automatic Pilot Mechanisms and Specially Designed Assemblies, and Electronic Guidance 1440 Launchers, Guided Missile Equipment installed in missiles. Includes Airborne and Nonairborne Excludes Electronic Remote Guidance Guided Missile Launchers. Equipment used to guide missiles; Solid Excludes Aircraft Launchers; Rocket and Liquid Propellant Units; Components Launchers. of Gyro Mechanisms.

1450 Guided Missile Handling and Servicing 1425 Guided Missile Systems, Complete Equipment Note-This class includes only complete Includes Specially Designed Trucks and guided missile systems. Anything less Trailers for use in transporting guided than a complete system, such as indimissiles; Specially Designed Slings, vidual end items, assemblies, parts, atHoists, Jacks, and Blowers; Selftachments, or accessories for use in propelled Vehicles and Trailers, Specially guided missile systems are classified in Designed for Guided Missile Handling or classes other than this class. Excludes Guided Missile Subsystems. Servicing; Covers, Guided Missile; Conditioning Kits and Sets, Controlled Envi1427 Guided Missile Subsystems ronment. Note-This class includes only combiExcludes Guided Missile Launchers nations or assemblies of two or more end (FSC 1440); Aircraft Handling and Seritems, each of which is properly classified vicing Equipment (FSC 1730). in other classes of this group, identified as single items of supply. Excluded from this class are individual end items, assemblies, subassemblies, attachments, accessories or parts classified in other classes of this group, not combined as

GROUP 15 Aircraft and Airframe Structural Components

1510 Aircraft, Fixed Wing Note-This class includes only complete aircraft. End items, assemblies, parts, atGROUP 16 tachments, or accessories for use in or on Aircraft Components and Accessories fixed wing aircraft are classified in classes other than this class. 1610 Aircraft Propellers and Components Includes Aircraft Propellers; Propeller 1520 Aircraft, Rotary Wing Blades, Cams, Cones, Hubs, Nuts, and Note-This class includes only complete Spinners; Test Clubs; Synchronizers; aircraft. End items, assemblies, parts, atPower Control Units; Integral Oil Control tachments, or accessories for use in or on Measures and Propeller Governors. rotary wing aircraft are classified in Excludes Rotary Rudder and Rotary classes other than this class. Wing Blades (FSC 1615). Includes Helicopters. 1540 Gliders Note-This class includes only complete gliders. End items, assemblies, parts, attachments, or accessories for use in or on gliders are classified in classes other than this class. Includes Motorized Gliders. 1550 Drones Note-This class includes only complete drones. End items, assemblies, parts, attachments, or accessories for use in or on drones are classified in classes other than this class. Includes Drones specifically designed for such uses as targets, training, surveillance, missile evaluation, and photographic reconnaissance. Excludes Piloted aircraft and guided missiles converted to drone use. 1615 Helicopter Rotor Blades, Drive Mechanisms and Components Note-This class includes miscellaneous component parts specifically designed for, and used exclusively in, helicopter drive mechanisms and rotor blades when not specifically classified elsewhere in the FSC indexes. Includes Helicopter dynamic components and specially designed parts that transmit power from the aircraft power plant to the rotary wing and rotary rudder. Also included in this class are Rotors; Blades; Rotor Blade, Trim, Tabs; Blade Sets;Yokes; Clutches and Transmissions. Excludes Propellers (FSC 1610); Rotor Brake Systems Components (FSC 1630); Rotor Blade Hydraulic Folding System Components (FSC 1650); Hydraulic Servo System Components (FSC 1650).

Excludes Fitted Covers; Helicopter Rotor Brake System Components; Aircraft Loose Equipment and Alternate Mission Configuration Equipment stored on board the aircraft.

1560 Airframe Structural Components 1620 Aircraft Landing Gear Components Note-This class includes fabricated Includes Shock Struts and Components; system parts that are permanently atInstallation Elements, such as Torsion Bars, Vibration Links, Drag Struts; Landtached or peculiar to the integral airframe ing Gear Trunions, Axles and Shimmy of an aircraft, such as support structural Dampeners; Specially designed hydraucomponents, spars, ribs, ailerons, stabilic power steering system components. lizers, bulkheads. Excludes Mounting Braces and Mounting Includes Flight Control Surfaces; Internal and External Auxiliary Fuel Tanks; ExPlates permanently installed on aircraft haust Systems; Pylons, Trim Tabs; Air(FSC 1680); Landing Wheels, Skis, and craft. Floats (FSC 1630); Wheel Brakes and

Wheel Brake Cylinders (FSC 1630).

1630 Aircraft Wheel and Brake Systems Includes Skis; Floats; Tracks; Landing Wheel Skid Detectors; Valves specifically 1660 Aircraft Air Conditioning, Heating, and Pressurizing Equipment designed for use with hydraulic or pneuNote-This class includes components matic wheel and brake systems; Helicopspecifically designed for use in aircraft air ter Rotor Brake System Components. conditioning, heating, and pressurizing Excludes Landing Gear Axles (FSC equipment. Also included are specially 1620). designed components of oxygen breath1640 Aircraft Control Cable Products ing systems used in aircraft. Note - Wire rope, with attachments or Includes Cabin Supercharging Equipterminations and pulleys, used in aircraft ment; Canisters; Cylinder Assemblies; control applications, will be classified in Masks; Fixed Oxygen System; Specially this class. Designed Aircraft Valves; Cabin Pressure Includes Wire Rope; Single Leg Wire AsRegulators; Heat Exchangers; Air Expansemblies; Wire Strands; Control Pulleys; sion Turbines; Aircraft Heaters; VentilatTurnbuckle Lock Clips and other wire ing System Components; Air Conditionrope attachments and terminations. ing and Heating Duct Assemblies; Excludes General use Chain and Wire Thermal De-icing Equipment; Cabin and Rope (FSC 4010); general use Pulleys Compartment Pressurizing Equipment; (FSC 3020); general use Miscellaneous Air Diffusers; Cabin Pressure Selectors; Hardware (FSC 5340); general use FitLiquid Oxygen Converters. tings for Rope, Cable and Chain (FSC Excludes Oxygen Pressure Signals and 4030). Warning Devices; Tubing; Ground Type Heaters and Coolers; Pressurizing 1650 Aircraft Hydraulic, Vacuum, and Equipment other than that used for Cabin De-icing System Components and Compartment Pressurization; Fluid Note-This class includes only those De-icing Equipment; Valves specifically components specifically designed for airdesigned for use with Aircraft Engines, craft use. Includes Hydraulic and Pneumatic AccuGuided Missiles, and Guided Missile Enmulators, Pumps, Motors, Actuating Cylgines. inders, and Filters; De-icing Boots; Fluid Type De-icing Pumps, Valves and Filters; 1670 Parachutes; Aerial Pick Up, Delivery, Vacuum System Oil Separators; PneuRecovery Systems; and Cargo Tie matic Pressurization Equipment other Down Equipment than that for pressurizing cabins and Note-Includes specifically designed compartments. items, sets, and systems for air-to-air, Excludes Jet Engine Hydraulic Compoair-to-surface, and surface-to-air delivery, nents (FSC 2840); Valves specifically depick up, and recovery operations, unless signed for air conditioning, heating, venparts, attachments, assemblies, for use tilating, cabin pressurizing, and thermal in or on such systems (i.e., space vehicle de-icing (FSC 1660); Valves specifically aerial recovery systems) are specifically designed for use with Aircraft Engines indexed to other classes of the FSC (i.e., (FSC 2840); Guided Missiles and Guided Transmitting Radio Buoys and Direction Missile Engines (FSC 1338), Landing Finding Subsystem Components). Gear (FSC 1620), Wheel and Brake SysExcludes Fitting Assemblies built into the tem Components (FSC 1630); Oxygen aircraft structure. Breathing System Components (FSC 1660); In-flight Refueling System Hydrau-

lic components (FSC 1680); Specifically designed hydraulic power steering system components (FSC 1620).

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1680 Miscellaneous Aircraft Accessories Includes Energizers; Engine Preheaters; and Components Mooring Assemblies; Wheel Chocks; Includes Control Assemblies, Push-Pull; Beaching Equipment; Aileron, Elevator, and Rudder Locks; Passenger Loading Brace, Positioning Cargo Ramp stowed Ramps; Maintenance Platforms; Aircraft on board; Cockpit Mounted Control Maintenance and Boarding Ladders; AirQuadrants; Actuators, Electrocraft Maintenance Slings and Hoists; AirMechanical and Mechanical; Ventilators; craft Fin Tilting Jacks; Airfield Specialized Relief Tubes; Map Holders; Aerial Glider Lift Trucks and Trailers; Fitted Covers for Towing Accessories attached to Aircraft; Airframe Components; Aircraft Engine Belts, Safety and Lap; Harness, Shoulder Covers. and Safety; Litter Attaching SupportsExcludes Airfield Specialized Trucks and ;Electric Windshield Wipers;Aircraft Onboard Inert Gas Generators;Aircraft FurTrailers designed primarily for transportniture;Aircraft Mounted Winches and ing aircraft assemblies (FSC 1740); MainHoists;In-Flight Refueling System Comtenance Stands designed for support of ponents, including Fuel Components;Airaircraft assemblies during repair or overcraft Curtains;Cable Tension Regulahaul (FSC 4920); Test Stands (FSC tors;Sun Visors;Rear-View 4920); General Purpose Jacks (FSC Mirrors;Mechanical Transmissions, Gear5120); Slings (FSC 3940), and Hoists boxes and Constant Speed drives Spe(FSC 3950); Trailers (FSC 2330), Liquid cially designed for aircraft. Oxygen, Aircraft Servicing (FSC 1660). Excludes Engine Mounted Control Assemblies; Fitted Covers, Aircraft Pylons; 1740 Airfield Specialized Trucks and Trailers Note-This class excludes vehicular Helicopter Roter Brake System Compocomponents such as those listed under nents; Helicopter Automatic Stabilization FSCs 2520, 2530, and 2590. Equipment. Includes Airfield Specialized Trucks and Trailers designed primarily for transportGROUP 17 ing aircraft assemblies; Trailers: AfterAircraft Launching, Landing, and burner, Engine, Propeller, Fuselage, and Ground Handling Equipment Wing; Trucks, Aircraft Fuselage and Aircraft Wing; Skids, Engine Transport; Note-Excluded from this Group are trucks, Stands, Engine Transport; Bomb Trailers, trailers, and servicing equipment specially deAirfield; Trucks, Crashed Aircraft Removsigned for guided missile or atomic ordnance ing. use Excludes Airfield Specialized Lift Trucks 1710 Aircraft Landing Equipment (FSC 3930), and Trailers (FSC 2330); Includes Aircraft Arresting Barriers. Highway Type Trucks (FSC 2320), and Excludes Airport Runway Marker Lights Trailers (FSC 2330); Cargo Loading and (FSC 6220). Unloading Trailers (FSC 2330) and Trucks (FSC 2320). 1720 Aircraft Launching Equipment Includes Catapults. GROUP 18 Excludes Guided Missile Launchers Space Vehicles (FSC 1440) and Space Vehicle Launchers (FSC 1840). Note-This group includes space vehicles, such as space capsules, man-made moons, 1730 Aircraft Ground Servicing Equipment Note-This class excludes vehicular orbitals, satellites, space platforms, and the components such as those listed under like, manned or unmanned. Excluded from this group are guided missiles and rockets. FSCs 2520, 2530, 2540, 2590.

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1810 Space Vehicles Note-This class includes only complete space vehicles, whether in assembled or unassembled form. 1820 Space Vehicle Components Includes Structural Components; Components and Accessories specially designed for installation in or on Space Vehicles; Internal (Built-in) Control Systems. Excludes Remote Guidance Equipment.

GROUP 19 Ships, Small Craft, Pontoons, and Floating Docks Note-Only complete ships, small craft, floating docks, floating dry docks, and dredges (with or without hull) are classified in this group. End items, assemblies, parts, attachments or accessories for use in or on the above are classified in Group 20-Ship and Marine Equipment, unless other classes (outside of Group 19) are appliable.

1830 Space Vehicle Remote Control Systems 1905 Combat Ships and Landing Vessels Includes Specifically designed CompoIncludes Aircraft Carriers; Battleships; nents of Space Vehicle Remote Control Cruisers; Destroyers; Submarines; FrigSystems. ates and Corvettes; Gunboats; Motor TorExcludes Internal (Built-in) Control Syspedo Boats; Subchasers; Landing Barges; Minelaying and Mine Sweeping tems; Components designed for use with Craft. both Guided Missile and Space Vehicle Systems. 1910 Transport Vessels, Passenger and Troop 1840 Space Vehicle Launchers Includes Launchers specifically designed 1915 Cargo and Tanker Vessels for Space Vehicles. Excludes Launchers used with both 1920 Fishing Vessels Guided Missiles and Space Vehicles. 1925 Special Service Vessels 1850 Space Vehicle Handling and Servicing Includes Tugs; Towboats; Fire Boats; Ice Equipment Breakers; Repair Ships; Tender Vessels Note-This class does not include (Buoy, Lighthouse, Destroyer); Lightspace vehicle aerial recovery system ships; Cable Ships; Salvage and Submawhich are classified in Class 1670. rine Rescue Vessels. Includes Specially designed Trucks and Excludes Combat Vessels; Dredges. Trailers for use in transporting Space Vehicles; Specially designed Slings, Hoists, 1930 Barges and Lighters, Cargo Jacks, and Blowers, Self-propelled VeIncludes Aircraft Lighters, Car Floats, and hicles, specially designed for space veother Transportation Barges, Depot hicle handling or servicing; Covers, space Barges; Scows. vehicle Excludes Equipment used in handling or 1935 Barges and Lighters, Special Purpose Includes Derrick, Piledriver, and Rock servicing both Guided Missile and Space Cutter Barges; Barrage Balloon, Catapult Vehicles. Lighter, and Torpedo Testing Barges; Concrete Mixing Plant, Mechanical Bank 1860 Space Survival Equipment Grader, and other Bank Revetment Includes Food and Water Production Barges; Fire, Smudge Removal, and Equipment; Air Production Equipment; other Pump Barges; Houseboats, except Shelter Equipment; Power Generation Yacht Type; Power Plant Barges; Refrigand Conversion Equipment. eration Barges; Barge Mounted Cranes, Excludes Items which are integral comFlexible Towed Barges. ponents of Space Vehicles.

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Excludes Combat Landing Barges.

1940 Small Craft Includes Powered and Unpowered Small Craft; Lifesaving Boats; Airplane Crash Boats; Reconnaissance Boats; Yachts; 2050 Buoys Pneumatic Boats. Excludes Fishing Craft; Life Rafts, includ- 2060 Commercial Fishing Equipment Excludes Fishing Vessels. ing Pneumatic; Bridge Floats and Pontoons. 2090 Miscellaneous Ship and Marine Equipment 1945 Pontoons and Floating Docks Includes Sails; Chain Ladders; Rope LadIncludes Camels; Pontoon Stanchions; ders; Marine Furniture. Pontoon Ramps. Excludes Floating Drydocks; Bridge Floats and Pontoons; Pontoon Hardware GROUP 22 (Jewelry). Railway Equipment 1950 Floating Drydocks 2210 Locomotives Note-This class includes only complete 1955 Dredges locomotives and tenders. End items, asIncludes Dredges, without Hull; Oceansemblies, parts, attachments, or accesGoing Dredges; Floating Dredges. sories for use in or on locomotives and tenders are classified in classes other 1990 Miscellaneous Vessels than this class. Includes Commercial Sailing Vessels. Excludes Self-Propelled Cars. 2220 Rail Cars Note-This class includes only complete rail cars. End items, assemblies, parts, 2010 Ship and Boat Propulsion Components attachments, or accessories for use in or Includes Propulsion Shafts; Ship Propon rail cars are classified in classes other pellers. Marine Transmissions, Reverse than this class. and Reduction Gear Type. Includes Trailed Cars; Self-Propelled Excludes Engines (FSC 2810, 2815);TurCars. bines (FSC 2825, 2835, 2840). Excludes Aerial Tramway Cars. 2020 Rigging and Rigging Gear Includes Masts; Kingposts; Sail Booms; 2230 Right-of-Way Construction and Maintenance Equipment, Railroad Shipborne Booms not attached to Cranes Includes Rail Laying, Joining and Shifting and Derricks. Equipment; Self-propelled and Car Excludes Tackle Blocks. Mounted Cranes. Excludes Hand Tools (FSG 51). 2030 Deck Machinery Includes Steering Gears and Controls; 2240 Locomotive and Rail Car Accessories Boat Davits. and Components Includes Brake Beams and Components; 2040 Marine Hardware and Hull Items Includes Anchors; Grapnels; Sea AnCouplers; Trucks and Components; Journals and Components; Wheel Sets and chors; Watertight Doors; Ship Ventilators; Components. Hatches; Manholes; Scuttles; Air Ports; Excludes Railroad Furniture (FSG 71). Fenders; Sea Chests; Scuppers; RudGROUP 20 Ship and Marine Equipment

ders; Stern Tubes; Chain Pipes; Hawse Pipes; Boiler Uptakes and Stacks; Chocks; Mast and Boom Fittings; Oars; Paddles; Oarlocks.

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2250 Track Material, Railroad Includes Railroad Rails; Railroad Tie Plates; Railroad Turnouts and Components; Railroad Spikes. Excludes Ballast (FSC 5610); Railroad Ties (FSC 5510). GROUP 23 Ground Effect Vehicles, Motor Vehicles, Trailers, and Cycles 2305 Ground Effect Vehicles

Concrete Mixers; Construction Specialized Machinery Generally; Specially designed trucks for use in and around airfields, hangers, and warehouses; Vehicles specifically designed and/or modified for combat, assault, and tactical situations. Tracked and Halftracked Vehicles. Wheeled Self-Propelled Combat, Auuault, and Tactical Vehicles with or without amphibian capabilities; Armored Wheeled Vehicles; Self Propelled Wheeled Sleds; and Self-Propelled Wheeled Flame Throwers.

2310 Passenger Motor Vehicles Note-This class includes only complete 2330 Trailers Note-This class includes only complete passenger motor vehicles, and chassic trailers, and chassis therefor. Any end therefor. Any end items, assemblies, items, assemblies, parts, attachments, or parts, attachments, or accessories, other accessories, other than complete chasthan complete chassis, for use in or on sis, for use in or on trailers are classified passenger motor vehicles are classified in classes other than this class. The comin classes other than this class. bined chassis and body of a special purIncludes Cars, Motor, Highway; Busses; pose trailer, such as a machine shop, Chassis, Passenger Motor Vehicle; mobile laundry, or dental laboratory, is Hearses; Ambulances. classified in this class. The complete moExcludes Amphibious Personnel Carribile unit, consisting of chassis, body, and ers; All Truck Chassis. additional equipment, as in an equipped trailermounted machine shop, is ex2320 Trucks and Truck Tractors, Wheeled cluded from this class. Note-This class includes only complete Includes Semitrailers; Semitrailer Dollies; wheel mounted trucks and truck tractors, Cargo Trailers; Passenger and House and chassis therefore. Any end items, assemblies, parts, attachments, or acTrailers; Special Purpose Trailers, such cessories other than complete chassis, as Ammunition. for use in or on such trucks or truck tracExcludes Fire Fighting Trailers; Specially tors are classified in classes other than designed trailers for use in and around this class. The combined chassis and airfields, hangers, and warehouses. body of a special purpose truck, such as a machine shop, mobile laundry, or dental 2340 Motorcycles, Motor Scooters, and laboratory, is classified in this class. The Bicycles complete mobile unit, consisting of chasNote-This class includes only complete sis, body, and additional equipment, as in motorcycles, complete motor scooters, an equipped truck mounted machine and complete bicycles. End items, asshop, is excluded from this class. semblies, parts, attachments, or accesIncludes Panel, Delivery and Pick Up sories for use in or on motorcycles, motor Trucks, Military Cargo Carrying Vehicles, scooters, or bicycles are classified in including Wheel Mounted Amphibian Veclasses other than this class. hicles; Truck Tractors and Trailer CombiIncludes Sidecars; Tricycles. nations. Excludes Childrens Wheeled Goods. Excludes Fire Trucks; Special Construction Type Earth and Rock Hauling Trucks; Motorized Air Compressors; Motorized

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other than this class. 2350 Combat, Assault, and Tactical Vehicles, Excludes High Speed Tractors (FSC Tracked Note-This class includes only complete 2430); Armored Dozer-Scrapper Combicombat, assault, and tactical tracked venation Tractors (FSC 2350). hicles, and chassis. Any end items, assemblies, parts, attachments, or acces- 2420 Tractors, Wheeled Note-This class includes only complete sories, other than complete chassis, for wheeled tractors, and chassis. Any end use in or on such vehicles are classified in items, assemblies, parts, attachments, or classes other than this class. accessories, other than complete chasIncludes Tanks and Tracked Selfsis, for use in or on wheeled tractors, are Propelled Weapons and Vehicles with or classified in classes other than this class. without amphibian capabilities; Armored Includes Agricultural Tractors; High Halftracks; Self-Propelled Sleds; and Speed Tractors; Industrial Tractors. Self-Propelled Flame Throwers. Excludes Aircraft Towing Tractors and Excludes Wheel Mounted Vehicles. Crashed Aircraft Moving Tractors (FSC 1740); Aircraft Towing-Power Servicing 2355 Combat, Assault and Tactical Vehicles, Tractors (FSC 1730);Warehouse Tractors Wheeled (FSC 3930). Note-This class includes only complete combat, assault, and tactical wheeled vehicles and chassis. Any end items, as- 2430 Tractors, Full Tracked, High Speed Note-This class includes only complete semblies, parts, attachments, or acceshigh speed track laying tractors, and sories, other than complete chasis, for chassis. Any end items, assemblies, use in or on such vehicles are classified in parts, attachments, or accessories, other classes other than this class. than complete chassis, for use in or on Includes Wheeled Self-Propelled Weaphigh speed track laying tractors, are clasons and combat vehicles with or without sified in classes other than this class. amphibian capabilities; Armored Wheeled Vehicles; Self-Propelled Excludes Low Speed Tractor (FSC 2410); Wheeled Sleds; and Self-Propelled Armored Dozer-Scraper Combination Wheeled Flame Throwers. Tractors (FSC 2350). Excludes Track Mounted Vehicles not specifically designed for combat, assault, GROUP 25 tactical situations; Passenger Motor VeVehicular Equipment Components hicles (FSC 2310) GROUP 24 Tractors Note-This group includes only complete tractors and tractor chassis. Assemblies, subassemblies, parts, attachments or accessories are excluded from this group. 2410 Tractor, Full Tracked, Low Speed Note-This class includes only complete low speed, full track tractors, and chassis. Any end items, assemblies, parts, attachments, or accessories, other than complete chassis, for use in or on low speed, full track tractors, are classified in classes Note-The term vehicular as delimited for group 25, is applicable to those vehicles and tractors included in groups 23 and 24, construction vehicles included in group 38, and warehouse trucks, tractors, and trailers included in group 39. It does not apply to railway vehicles (group 22), aircraft (group 15), or watercraft (group 19). An item of supply which is a vehicular component, within the scope delimited above, is classified in this group regardless of whether it has additional applications on vehicles outside the delimitations for this group.

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2510 Vehicular Cab, Body, and Frame GROUP 26 Structural Components Tires and Tubes Includes Leaf Type Vehicular Springs; 2610 Tires and Tubes, Pneumatic, Except Suspension Type Shock Absorbers. Aircraft Excludes Vehicular Hardware (FSG 53); Excludes Aircraft Pneumatic Tires and Specialized Vehicular Furniture (FSC Tubes. 2540). 2620 Tires and Tubes, Pneumatic, Aircraft 2520 Vehicular Power Transmission Components Includes Transfer Transmission Assem- 2630 Tires, Solid and Cushion Includes Rubber Track Laying Treads. blies; Clutch Assemblies; Universal Joints; Propeller Shafts; Automotive 2640 Tire Rebuilding and Tire and Tube Torque Converters; Power Takeoffs. Repair Materials Includes Tread Gum; Cold Patches; Fric2530 Vehicular Brake, Steering, Axle, Wheel, tion Cord Fabric; Vulcanizing Patches; and Track Components Padding Stock; Quick-Cure Gum; Tire Includes Turrent Brakes; Clutch Brakes, and Tube Repair Kits; Camelback;Valves; Tank Turret. Valve Cores. Excludes Vulcanizing Machinery and 2540 Vehicular Furniture and Accessories Equipment. Includes Automobile Seat Covers; Shock Absorbers; Bumpers; Windshield Wipers; GROUP 28 Bumper Guards; Mirrors, Rear View and Engines, Turbines, and Components Side View; Vehicle Heaters. Excludes Speedometers (FSC 6680); 2805 Gasoline Reciprocating Engines, Suspension Type Shock Absorbers (FSC Except Aircraft; and Components 2510). Includes Gas Reciprocating Engines; All Gasoline Reciprocating Engines except 2541 Weapons Systems Specific Vehicular Aircraft Prime Moving. Accessories Excludes Engine Accessories (FSC Includes: Accessory Kits and Boxes, 2990). Parts Kits, and individual components used in the repair and/or modification of 2810 Gasoline Reciprocating Engines, Weapons System type Vehicles such as Aircraft Prime Mover; and Components Tanks, Personnel Carriers, Mobile HowitNote Engines and components classizers, and the like. fied in this FSC must be desinged specifiExcludes: Items used in the repair and/or cally for use as/on an aircraft prime modifications of Commercial Type Vemover. Auxiliary engines and their comhicles (FSC 2540), vehicular type light ponents will be classified in the appropriate FSC elsewhere in FSG 28. fixtures (FSC 6220), and electronic Includes Complete Engine Assemblies; switches, parts kits, and modification kits Piston Rings; Cylinders; Pistons; Cam(FSG 59). shafts; Crankshafts. Excludes Fuel System Components 2590 Miscellaneous Vehicular Components (Carburetors; Carburetor Floats; Fuel Includes Attachments for Tanks, SelfPumps; Fuel Controls; Fuel Valves) (FSC propelled Weapons, and High Speed 2915); Electrical System Components Tractors; A-frames and Winches specifi(Spark Plug Adapters; Ignition Distribucally designed for truck mounting; Cranes tors; Ignition Coils, Electrical Starters) and Crane Booms for Wrecker Trucks. (FSC 2925); Engine Cooling System

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Components (Engine Oil Coolers; Cool- 2840 Gas Turbines and Jet Engines, Aircraft, ing Radiators) (FSC 2935); Engine Air/Oil Prime Moving; and Components Cleaners/Filters/Strainers (FSC 2945); Note Engines and Components classiMiscellaneous Engine Accessories fied in this FSC are intended for use as/on (Pneumatic Starters, Cowling Mounts, aircraft and/or guided missile prime movControl Assemblies) (FSC 2995). ers. Includes Compressor and Turbine Ro2815 Diesel Engines and Components tors; Blades; Combustion Chamber; AcIncludes Automotive, Industrial, Marine, cessory Gear Box; Afterburner; Exhaust Locomotive, and all other types of Diesel Cone; Reservoirs, Hydraulic; Tank, Oil. and Semi-Diesel Engines. Excludes Oil, Air, Anti-icing, and HydrauExcludes Engines Accessories (FSC lic Regulators, Valves, and Pumps spe2990). cially designed for Gas Turbines and Jet Engines (FSC 2995); Control Assem2820 Steam Engines, Reciprocating; and blies, Push-Pull (FSC 2995); Engine Components Mounted Control Assemblies (FSC 2995); Fuel System Components (FSC 2825 Steam Turbines and Components 2915); Engine Electrical System CompoIncludes Mercury Vapor Turbines. nents (FSC 2925); Engine Cooling System Components (FSC 2935); Engine 2830 Water Turbines and Water Wheels; and Air/Oil Cleaner/Filter/Strainers (FSC Components 2945). 2835 Gas Turbines and Jet Engines; 2845 Rocket Engines and Components Non-Aircraft Prime Mover, Aircraft Includes Rocket Prime Movers, Liquid Non-Prime Mover, and Components Type, including Liquid Jet Assisted Take Note Engines and Components classiOff (JATO) Units, for use in aircraft, rockfied in this FSC are primarily for use on ets, and guided missiles; Liquid Propelnon-aircraft prime mover (e.g., Naval ship lants encased in consumable containers, applications), aircraft non-prime mover intended for insertion into missile propul(e.g., airframe mounted auxiliary power sion systems as integral parts. units), and for aircraft ground support Excludes Rocket Motors - Solid Propelequipment (e.g., start carts). lant Units (FSC 1337); Liquid Propellants Includes Airflow Deflectors; Combustion predetermined to specific quantity and Chambers, Compressors, Turbines, Acquality, but packaged in reusable containcessory Gear Boxes and their Compoers; Solid Propellant Squibs and Carnents. tridges, whether intended for insertion Excludes Components for Gas Turbines into Liquid Propellent Systems or not and Jet Engines, Aircraft Prime Mover (FSC 1337). (FSC 2840); Engine Fuel Systems (FSC 2910); Engine Electrical Systems (FSC 2850 Gasoline Rotary Engines and 2920); Engine Cooling Systems (FSC Components 2930); Engine Air/Oil Cleaners/Filters/Strainers (FSC 2940); 2895 Miscellaneous Engines and Engine Accessories (Air Duct Heaters, Components Engine Mounted Control Assemblies) Includes Wind and Compressed Air En(FSC 2990). gines.

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GROUP 29 Engine Accessories Note-Unless specifically excluded, engine accessories for all vehicles, such as aircraft, motor vehicles, ships, tractors, and construction vehicles, as well as accessories for stationary engines, are classified in this Group.

Includes Magnetos; Igniters (Spark Plugs); Ignition Coils; Ignition Distributors; Engine Voltage Regulators; Ignition Harness Assemblies; Starting Motors for Engines; Engine Accessory Generators. Excludes Aircraft Lighting Fixtures (FSC 6220); Auxiliary Aircraft Generators (FSC 6115).

2910 Engine Fuel System Components, 2930 Engine Cooling System Components, Nonaircraft Nonaircraft Includes Carburetors; Fuel Pumps; EnIncludes Cooling Fans; Radiators; Water gine Fuel Filters; Fuel Tanks; CompoPumps; Water Hose Assemblies; Engine nents for all engines except Aircraft and Coolant Filters; Components for all EnGuided Missile Prime Moving. gines except Aircraft and Guided Missile Prime Moving. 2915 Engine Fuel System Components, Aircraft and Missile Prime Movers 2935 Engine System Cooling Components, Note Fuel components specially deAircraft Prime Moving signed for propulsion fuel systems, airNote This class includes only cooling craft and missiles are to be placed in this system components for aircraft and/or FSC. guided missile prime movers only. Includes Carburetors; Fuel Pumps; EnIncludes Radiators; Cooling System gine Fuel Filters; Fuel Controls, Jet EnPumps; Water Hose Assemblies; Lubrigine; Fuel Primers; Water Injection Concating Oil Coolers and Control Valves; Oil trols and Valves; Fuel Valves Fuel Flow Temperature Regulators. Regulators; Components of Smoke Excludes Cooling System Components Abatement Systems. not specifically designed for use with AirExcludes Aircraft Fuel Tanks (FSC 1560); craft Engines. In-flight Refueling System Fuel Components (FSC 1680). Fuel System Compo- 2940 Engine Air and Oil Filters, Strainers, and Cleaners, Nonaircraft nents not specifically designed for use Includes Components for all Engines exwith Aircraft Engines or Missile Primemovers. cept Aircraft and Guided Missile Prime Moving. 2920 Engine Electrical System Components, Excludes Air and Oil Filters (FSC 4310, Nonaircraft 4330), Strainers (FSC 4730) and CleanIncludes Generators; Magnetos; Spark ers (FSC 4310) not specifically designed Plugs; Ignition Coils; Ignition Distributors; for use with engines. Engine Voltage Regulators; Ignition Harness Assemblies; Starting Motors for En- 2945 Engine Air and Oil Filters, Cleaners, Aircraft Prime Moving gines. Note Items placed in this FSC should Excludes Vehicular Lighting Fixtures (FSC 6220) and Aircraft Generators be specifically designed for use on air(FSC 2925). craft or guided missile prime movers only. Includes Air Filters; Oil Filters; Strainers; 2925 Engine Electrical System Components, Cleaners. Aircraft Prime Moving Excludes Fuel Filters (FSC 2915); Items Note Items designed for specific use on designed for other than Engines. aircraft and guided missile prime movers are to be placed in this FSC.

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2950 Turbosupercharger and Components Angle Drive Gear Units. Note All turbosuperchargers and their Excludes Automotive Torque Converters components not elsewhere classifiable (FSC 2520); Vehicular Power Transmiswill be classified in this FSC. sion Components (FSC 2520); Rotary Includes Turbosupercharged Regulators; Aircraft Transmission Gear Units (FSC 1615). Engine Turbosuperchargers. Excludes Engine Integrated Supercharg3020 Gears, Pulleys, Sprockets, and ers (FSG 28). Transmission Chain Includes Power Transmission Chain; 2990 Miscellaneous Engine Accessories, Matched Gear Sets. Nonaircraft Excludes Reduction Gears (FSC 3010). Includes Engine Dynafocal Suspension Mounts; Engine Driven Superchargers (not integrated with engine); Starter 3030 Belting, Drive Belts, Fan Belts, and Accessories Cranks; Engine Starter Ropes; Exhaust Includes Belt Lacings; Belt Pins. Mufflers; Hand Inertia Starters; Air Duck Heaters; Engine Governors; Intake Muf- 3040 Miscellaneous Power Transmission flers; Combustion Type Starters; MiscelEquipment laneous Accessories for all Engines exIncludes Shafts and Shafting; Collars; cept Aircraft and Guided Missile Prime Gearshafts; Ball Joints; Actuating CylinMoving. ders. Excludes Electrical Starters Non-Aircraft (FSC 2920); Aircraft (FSC 2925). GROUP 31 Bearings 2995 Miscellaneous Engine Accessories, Aircraft Note Items classified in this class must be specifically designed for use with aircraft or quided missile primemovers only. Includes Engine Dynafocal Suspension Mounts; Engine Cowling Mounts; Engine Mounted Control Assemblies; Pneumatic Starters; Push-Pull Control Assemblies;Specially designed Jet Engine Air, Oil, Anti-icing and Hydraulic Regulators; Valves and Pumps; Starting Units. Excludes Exhaust System; (FSC 1560); Jet Engine Hydraulic Reservoirs (FSC 2840); Jet Engine Oil Tanks (FSC 2840); Electrical Starters (FSC 2925); Cockpit Mounted Control Quadrants (FSC 1680); Aircraft Engine Covers (FSC 1730). GROUP 30 Mechanical Power Transmission Equipment Note- All bearings, including specially designed, lubricated, and/or selected, are to be classified in the appropriate classes of this group. Bearings are parts that supports another part which rotates, slides, or oscillates in or on it. 3110 Bearings, Antifriction, Unmounted Note This class includes bearings that generally have roller or balls confined by an inner and outer ring to relieve friction in/on/around rotating/moving mechanisms. Includes Ball Bearings; Roller Bearings; Balls; Races. Excludes Plain Bearings (FSC 3120); Jewel Bearings (FSC 3120)

3120 Bearings, Plain, Unmounted Note Bearings in this class are generally one piece that retain and position moving and/or rotating parts. They may 3010 Torque Converters and Speed have lubrication grooves/fittings/facilities Changers or include pre-lubrication. Includes Fluid Couplings; Nonvehicular Includes Sleeve Bearings; Split Bearings; Clutches and Couplings; Horizontal Right Washer Type Bearings; Jewel Bearings.

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Excludes Antifriction Bearings (FSC 3110); Mounted Bearings (FSC 3130). 3130 Bearings, Mounted Note This class includes bearings that generally have roller or balls confined by an inner and outer ring to relieve friction in/on/around rotating/moving mechanisms. Includes Pillow Block Units; Cartridge Units; Flange Units;Takeup Units; Hanger Box Units; Flat Box Units; Step Box Units. Excludes Antifriction Bearings (FSC 3110); Plain Unmounted Bearings (FSC 3120). GROUP 32 Woodworking Machinery and Equipment 3210 Sawmill and Planing Mill Machinery 3220 Woodworking Machines Includes Mortisers; Tenoners; Veneer Lathes. Excludes Hand Held Power Driven Tools; Hand Held Tools Operated by Flexible Shaft.

matic machining of parts requiring multiple operations such as milling, drilling, tapping, boring, and reaming, having an integral tool storage device and an integral means for positioning various faces of the work piece. It must have facilities for automatic interchanging of varied cutting tools between successive operations. Excluded from this class are multipurpose numerically controlled machine tools, such as Boring-Drilling-Milling Machines, which require the use of an attachment or accessory for tool storage and/or to position the various faces of a work piece. These types of equipment are classified in other appropriate classes within group 34. b. Way-type Machine, refers to a special machine tool of station type design consisting of individually mounted self-contained machining units and facilities for indexing the work piece to each station in a predetermined sequence.The machining unit(s) may be disassembled and rearranged to accommodate different work piece configurations. Machine is capable of performing single or multiple operations on the work piece simultaneously or in sequence to each station.

3410 Electrical and Ultrasonic Erosion 3230 Tools and Attachments for Machines Woodworking Machinery Includes Electrical Discharge Machines; Includes Circular and Band Saw Blades; Electrolytic Grinding Machines. Cutter Heads; Jointer and Notcher Heads; Cutters. 3411 Boring Machines Excludes Head Turning Tools. GROUP 34 Metalworking Machinery 3412 Broaching Machines

3413 Drilling and Tapping Machines Includes Multiple Spindle Drilling3405 Saws and Filing Machines Tapping Machines. Includes Cutoff Machines; Saw Blade Excludes Way-Type Machines. Dressing Machines; Retoothing Machines. 3414 Gear Cutting and Finishing Machines 3408 Machining Centers and Way-Type 3415 Grinding Machines Machines Excludes Electrolytic Grinding Machines. Note-The following definitions apply to Machining Centers and Way-type Ma- 3416 Lathes chines. a. Machining Center, refers to Includes Screw Machines a multipurpose numerically controlled Excludes Speed Lathes; Metal Spinning machine tool for the complete and autoLathes; Cartridge Case and Shell Lathes.

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3417 Milling Machines

Excludes Welding Supplies; Disintegrating Machines.

3418 Planers and Shapers Includes Combination Shaper-Planers. 3436 Welding Positioners and Manipulators Includes Welding Tables. Excludes Gear Shapers; Planer Type Milling Machines. 3438 Miscellaneous Welding Equipment 3419 Miscellaneous Machine Tools Includes Thermite Welding Equipment; Includes Gun Rifling Machines; Speed Flux Recovery Machines; Flux Dispensers; Arc Converters; Welding Panels. Lathes. 3439 Miscellaneous Welding, Soldering, and Brazing Supplies and Accessories 3424 Metal Heat Treating and Non-Thermal Includes Soldering Irons; Welding ElecTreating Equipment trodes and Rods; Brazing Fluxes; SolderIncludes Hardening, Annealing, Tempering Fluxes; Solder. ing, Normalizing, Cyaniding, and Carburizing Equipment; Furnaces, Flue Weld- 3441 Bending and Forming Machines Excludes Wire and Metal Ribbon Forming, Non-Thermal Stress Relieving Systems. ing Machines. 3422 Rolling Mills and Drawing Machines 3426 Metal Finishing Equipment 3442 Hydraulic and Pneumatic Presses, Includes Galvanizing, Tinning, Oiling, Power Driven Includes Metal Powder Compacting Pickling; Electroplating, and Anodizing Equipment. Presses. 3431 Electric Arc Welding Equipment 3443 Mechanical Presses, Power Driven Includes Gas Shielded Arc Welding MaIncludes Metal Powder Compacting chines; Arc Bonding Machines; SemiPresses. Automatic and Automatic Arc Welding 3444 Manual Presses Machines. Includes Arbor, Straightening, Forcing, Excludes Welding Supplies, and Associand Assembly Presses. ated Equipment such as: Flux Recovery Mchines; Flux Dispensers; Tacker Pan3445 Punching and Shearing Machines els; Welding Panels. 3446 Forging Machinery and Hammers 3432 Electric Resistance Welding Excludes Forging Presses. Equipment Includes Electric Resistance Brazing Machines; Band Saw Brazers; Stored En- 3447 Wire and Metal Ribbon Forming Machines ergy Resistance Welding Machines. Excludes Roll Forming Machines. Excludes Electric Induction Brazing and Soldering Machines. 3448 Riveting Machines Excludes Power Driven Hand Riveting 3433 Gas Welding, Heat Cutting, and Machines. Metalizing Equipment Includes Metal Spray Guns; Arc Cutting 3449 Miscellaneous Secondary Metal Machines; Torches and Tips; Gas Brazing Forming and Cutting Machines Machines; Flame Cutting Machines; Includes Metal Spinning Lathes. Vacuum Metalizers; Spark Discharge Metalizers.

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3450 Machine Tools, Portable 3530 Industrial Sewing Machines and Mobile Includes Portable Abrasive Cutting MaTextile Repair Shops chines; Portable Drilling Machines; PorExcludes Shoe Sewing Machines. table Slotters and Shapers. Excludes Stationary Type Machine Tools 3540 Wrapping and Packaging Machinery Includes Filling Machines; Container mounted on portable devices such as Capping Machines; Label Applying Mawheel or leg type stands. chines; Package Sealing Machines; Paperboard Box, Case and Tray Making Ma3455 Cutting Tools for Machine Tools chines; Strapping Machines; Stapling Includes Broaches; Files; Milling Cutters; Machines, except Office Type. Reamers; Saws. Excludes Paperboard Manufacturing MaExcludes Flame Cutting Tools. chinery. 3456 Cutting and Forming Tools for 3550 Vending and Coin Operated Machines Secondary Metalworking Machinery Includes Fare Recording Devices; Parking Meters; Turnstiles; Coin Operated 3460 Machine Tool accessories Phonographs. Excludes Abrasive Wheels, Cones, and Excludes Coin and Currency Handling other Abrasive Attachments for use only Machines; Coin Operated Scales. on Hand Held Power Tools. 3461 Accessories for Secondary Metalworking Machinery Excludes Parts Feeders. 3590 Miscellaneous Service and Trade Equipment Includes Manicure Tables.

GROUP 36 3465 Production Jigs, Fixtures, and Special Industry Machinery Templates Note-This class includes jigs, fixtures, and templates used in conjection with the 3605 Food Products Machinery and Equipment metalworking machinery classified in Includes Industrial Food Products EquipGroup 34. Jigs, fixtures, and templates ment. used in conjunction with maintenance Excludes Kitchen and Galley Equipment. and repair shop specialized equipment are classified in Group 49. 3610 Printing, Duplicating, and Bookbinding Equipment 3470 Machine Shop Sets, Kits, and Outfits Includes Offset Presses; Typesetting Machinery; Bookbinding Machinery; PhotoGROUP 35 engraving Machinery; Printing Type; Service and Trade Equipment Rules; Leads; Slugs; Line Gages; Quoins; Plate Hooks; Gelatine Process Ma3510 Laundry and Dry Cleaning Equipment chines; Spirit Process Machines; Stencil Includes Washing Machines; Extractors; Process Machines; Offset Process Machines; Photostat Machines; Blueprint Wringers; Drying Tumblers; Ironers; Printing and Developing Machines; Print Presses; Starching Machines; Marking Shop Furniture. Equipment; Mobile Laundry and Dry Excludes Microfilm Machines. Cleaning Units. 3611 Industrial Marking Machines 3520 Shoe Repairing Equipment Note-Marking machines which make Includes Shoe Sewing Machines; Mobile permanent indentations in metal are clasShoe Repair Shops. sified in Group 34.

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Excludes Marking Machines, Laundry; Printing Machine, Label; Printing Press, Label; Embossing Machines, Office Type; and Marking Machines, Office Type.

3615 Pulp and Paper Industries Machinery Includes Chippers; Digestors; Beaters; Bleaching Equipment; Paperboard 3655 Gas Generating and Dispensing Systems, Fixed or Mobile Manufacturing Machinery. Note-Included in this class are gasExcludes Paperboard Box, Case and eous dispensing systems, both mobile Tray Making Machines. and installed. Includes liquefied gaseous storage tanks, mounted on a common 3620 Rubber and Plastics Working base with, or integral to, gas generating Machinery equipment included in this class. Also Includes Plasticators; Presses; Synthetic includes those liquefied gaseous storage Rubber Working Machinery; Thread Extanks, either trailer mounted or skid truding Machinery; Vulcanizing Machinmounted, used to store liquefied gaseous ery. products until needed. Excluded from this Excludes Protective Covering Laminating class are those storage tanks designed to Presses; Tire Maintenance and Repair be used as an integral part of guided Equipment. missile propellant servicing trailers, rocket power plants or test stations, and 3625 Textile Industries Machinery aircraft oxygen converters which are Includes Cotton Ginning Machinery; classified as specified by the indexes and Looms; Button Covering Machines; Rope structure of the FSC. Laying Machines; Lace Machines. Excludes Meteorological Equipment. 3630 Clay and Concrete Products Industries 3660 Industrial Size Reduction Machinery Machinery Note-This class includes general use Includes Brickmaking Machinery. machinery related to two or more manufacturing industries. 3635 Crystal and Glass Industries Excludes Chemical Products and ConMachinery struction and Mining Type Crushing, PulIncludes Optical Goods Manufacturing verizing, Screening and Mixing MachinMachinery. ery; Maintenance and Repair Shop Type Excludes Ophthalmic Lens Cutting, DrillMixers. ing, Edging, and Grinding Machines; Specialized Semiconductor, Microcircuit, and Printed Circuit Board Manufacturing 3670 Specialized Semiconductor, Microcircuit, and Printed Circuit Board Machinery. Manufacturing Machinery Note-This class includes, and is re3640 Tobacco Manufacturing Machinery stricted to, equipment specifically designed for manufacturing semiconductor 3645 Leather Tanning and Leather Working devices (FSC 5961), microcircuits (FSC Industries Machinery 5962), and printed circuit boards (FSC 5998). Excludes items for which more 3650 Chemical and Pharmaceutical suitable classes are specifically preProducts Manufacturing Machinery scribed by the indexes and structure of Includes Crushers and Mills for Chemical the FSC. Materials; Pharmaceutical Briquetting Includes Substrate Preparation Equipand Tabletting Presses; Chemical Explosive Manufacturing Machinery. ment; Circuit Pattern Forming Equip-

Excludes Construction Materials Crushers, Mills and Pulverizers; Plastic Products Manufacturing Machinery; Pharmaceutical Products Wrapping and Packaging Machinery; Laboratory and Shop Type Mills and Mixers.

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ment; Interconnecting and Packaging Equipment. Excludes Assembly Machines for Mounting Discrete Components on Printed Wiring Boards.

3680 Foundry Machinery, Related Equipment and Supplies Includes Molding Machines; Tumbling 3694 Clean Work Stations, Controlled Mills, Foundry Dextrine; Core Paste. Environment, and Related Equipment Excludes Crucible Furnaces; Cupola FurIncludes Laminar and Nonlaminar Flow naces; Foundry Hand Tools. Enclosures; Dust Controlled Facilities; Air 3685 Specialized Metal Container Showers. Manufacturing Machinery and Related Equipment 3695 Miscellaneous Special Industry Note-This class includes only those Machinery machines specifically designed for manuIncludes Communication Wire Dispenser facturing metal containers. Closing maFabricating Machinery; Specialized Logchines designed to seam the tops of filled ging Equipment; Petroleum Refinery Macontainers will be classified in Class chinery; Shoemaking Machinery; Produc3540. tion Type Impregnating Equipment. Includes Drum and Jerrican ManufacturExcludes Opthalmic Lens Cutting and ing Machinery; Specially Designed ConGrinding Machinery; Clothing Impregnattainer Leak Testing Machines; Can Making Equipment. ing Machinery. GROUP 37 3690 Specialized Ammunition and Ordnance Machinery and Related Equipment Agricultural Machinery and Includes Ammunition and Explosive Equipment Loading (Filling and Assembling) Specialized Machinery; Small Arms Ammuni- 3710 Soil Preparation Equipment tion Manufacturing Machinery; Artillery Includes Harrows; Plows; Seed Drills; and Anti-Aircraft Shell Manufacturing MaSeeder Attachments; Sprayers. chinery. Excludes Ammunition and Weapons 3720 Harvesting Equipment Maintenance and Repair Shop SpecialIncludes Hayrakers; Mowers. ized Equipment; Nonspecialized or StanExcludes Mower Attachments (FSC dard Machinery not designed exclusively 3750); Sickle Bar Attachments (FSC for manufacturing or assembling ammu3750). nition and ordnance equipment. 3730 Dairy, Poultry, and Livestock 3693 Industrial Assembly Machines Equipment Note-This class includes equipment specifically designed to assemble prefab- 3740 Pest, Disease, and Frost Control ricated components without further deEquipment sign machining of the components. Includes Atomizers; Delousing Outfits; Equipment designed to perform comDusters; Fly Swatters; Flypaper; Fog bined machining and assembling operaGenerators; Sprayers; Traps. tions which result in material removal are Excludes Self Pressurized Spray Kits classified in classes other than this class. (FSC 4940). Also excluded are items for which more

specific classifications are suitable. Includes Industrial Production Type Power Screwdriving Machines; Circuit Card Assembly Machines. Excludes Specialized Ammunition and Ordnance Assembly Machines; Wrapping and Packaging Machinery; Metalworking Machinery; Hand Tools.

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3750 Gardening Implements and Tools 3825 Road Clearing, Cleaning, and Marking Includes Garden Tractors, Walking Type; Equipment Includes Pavement Scrubbing Machines; Lawn Mowers, Powered and Nonpowered; Hedge Trimers; Lawn Seeders; FerSnow Removal Units; Sweepers; Road tilizer Spreaders; Gardening Rakes, Marking Machines; Vacuum Cleaners; Forks, Hoes, and Other Gardening Tools. Water Distributors; Weed Burners. Excludes Standard Tractors with Road 3770 Saddlery, Harness, Whips, and Clearing or Cleaning Attachments (FSC Related Animal Furnishings 2410, 2420, 2430);Timber Sawing EquipIncludes Dog Harnesses; Leads. ment (FSC 5130, 5110). 3830 Truck and Tractor Attachments Includes Angledozers; Augers; Backhoes; Bullclams; Bulldozer-Shovels; Cranes; Grubbers; Loaders; Rakes; Rippers; Rollers; Scarifiers; Snow Removal 3805 Earth Moving and Excavating Units; Snowplows; Sweepers; TreedozEquipment ers. Includes Scrapers; Ditchers; Loaders; Graders; Special Construction Type Earth and Rock Hauling Trucks and Trail- 3835 Petroleum Production and Distribution Equipment ers; Special Individual Work and Power Includes Well Heads; Pumping EquipSections of Construction Equipment with ment; Gas Distribution Equipment. a quick connect/disconnect capability. The Power Section is designed to be coupled with a Work Section to form a 3895 Miscellaneous Construction Equipment Includes Asphalt Elevators; Asphalt Heatfunctional piece of Construction Equipers; Asphalt Kettles; Asphalt Transfer ment. Equipment; Batching Plants; Stabilizing Excludes Standard Tractors (FSG 24); and Compacting Equipment; Concrete Trailers (FSC 2330); Trucks (FSC 2320). Mixers (All Types); Concrete Vibrators; Bituminous and Concrete Pavers; As3810 Cranes and Crane-Shovels phalt Distributors; Sheepfoot Rollers; Includes Cranes; Crane-Semitractors; Rooters; Rippers; Pile Drivers; Bitumen Crane-Shovels; Crane-Tractors. Heaters; Cable Laying, Lashing, SpinExcludes Barge Mounted Cranes (FSC ning, and Reeling Equipment. 1935); Locomotive Cranes (FSC 2230). Excludes Earth Moving and Excavating Equipment (FSC 3805 & 3810); Pile Driv3815 Crane and Crane-Shovel Attachments ing Attachments for Cranes and CraneIncludes Backhoes; Buckets; Dippers; Shovels (FSC 3815); Special Individual Fairleads; Gantries; Grapples; Lifting Work and Power Sections of ConstrucMagnets; Shovels; Wrecking Balls. tion Equipment with a quick connect/disconnect capability (FSC 3820 Mining, Rock Drilling, Earth Boring, 3805). and Related Equipment Includes Augers; Crushers; Crushing, GROUP 39 Screening, and Washing Plants and Materials Handling Equipment Units; Drilling Machines; Paving Breakers; Rock Drills. 3910 Conveyors Excludes Tampers (FSC 3895). Includes Pneumatic Tube Systems; Portable, Stationary, Powered, and Nonpowered Conveyors; Conveyor Feeders. GROUP 38 Construction, Mining, Excavating, and Highway Maintenance Equipment

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3915 Materials Feeders 3960 Freight Elevators Note-Materials Handling equipment included in this class is restricted to those 3990 Miscellaneous Materials Handling Equipment materials feeders and parts feeders that Includes Skids; Pallets. serve as a conveying device, and by Excludes Airfield Engine Transport Skids. which the rate of delivery of bulk materials, packages, or objects may be controlled. Items included in this class are GROUP 40 Rope, Cable, Chain, and Fittings synchronized with companion machinery, feeding predetermined amounts, by volume, of specific materials accurately and 4010 Chain and Wire Rope Note-Chain and wire rope, with attachcontinuesly from storage bins or hoppers ments or terminations will be classified in to process or mixing machines, and are this class when they are for general use. interchangable between machines. Exa. Chain is a series of flexible links and/or cluded from this class are conveyor feedrings fitted into one another used for supers (i.e., apron, belt, chain, flight, pan, porting, lifting,restraining, dragging, or etc., adapted for feeder service) that are transmitting power. b. Wire rope is formed classifiable in Class 3910 and/or Class from strands of twisted wire. 3895, as appropriate. Includes Bead Chain; Weldless Chain; Includes Dry Materials Feeders; Parts Single Leg Chain Assemblies; Wire Feeders Rope; Wire Cord; Single Leg Wire AsExcludes Aggregate and Fines Feeders; semblies. Conveyor Feeders; Water Purification Excludes Power Transmission Chain Dry Chemical Feeders. (FSC 3020); Slings. 3920 Material Handling Equipment, 4020 Fiber Rope, Cordage, and Twine Nonself-Propelled Note-Fiber rope is classified in this Includes Dolly Trucks; Pushcarts; Handclass when it is bulk material or for gencarts; Wheelbarrows; Hand Trucks; Mateeral use. Items with attachments and/or rials Handling Trailers. terminations are identified in this class Excludes Conveyors. unless a more specific item name is used. a. Fiber rope is flexible twisted strands of 3930 Warehouse Trucks and Tractors, manila, nylon or other fiber. b. Cordage is Self-Propelled ropes or cords used in rigging (see item Includes Tug Jockeys; Fork Lift Trucks; name definitions for parameters). c.Twine Platform Trucks; Straddle Trucks. is two or more strands twisted together. Includes Fibrous Cord Assemblies; Fi3940 Blocks, Tackle, Rigging, and Slings Excludes Load Chain; Chain and Metal brous Cord; Fibrous Rope; Fibrous Twine. Excludes Wire Rope (FSC 4010); Slings Rope Fittings; Wire Rope; Hoists; Ship Rigging. (FSC 3940). 3950 Winches, Hoists, Cranes, and Derricks 4030 Fittings for Rope, Cable, and Chain Includes Windlasses: Capstans: Ore Note All items, including specially designed, will be classified in this FSC. FitBridges: Gypsies: Warehouse Cranes: tings classified in this FSC are items used Wharf Cranes, Mobile or Fixed: Overhead in conjunction with chain, rope, and are Traveling Cranes. attached to perform certain functions, Excludes Crane-Shovels (FSC 3810); (e.g., hooks, shackles, and wedges) refer Barge Mounted Cranes (FSC 1935); to item name definitions for parameters. Winches for Integral Mounting on Trucks Includes Anchor Guys; Wire Stranded or Tractors (FSC 3830); Locomotive Cranes (FSC 2230). Bands; Wire Rope Clamps; Cargo Hooks;

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this class are refrigeration components Shackles; Swivels; Rope Terminals; Rope (see Class 4130). Wedges. Excludes Clamp Blocks (FSC 5340); 4120 Air Conditioning Equipment Support Hooks (FSC 5340). Note-This class includes only complete air conditioning equipment, systems, and GROUP 41 plants. Also included are specially deRefrigeration, Air Conditioning, and signed nonoperating accessories such Air Circulating Equipment as a window panel used with a window type air conditioning unit to facilitate 4110 Refrigeration Equipment mounting. Excluded from this class are Note-This class includes only complete operating components, assemblies, refrigeration equipment, whether refrigerparts, attachments, or accessories for ated from an integral or remote mechaniuse in or on air conditioning equipment, cal refrigeration unit or system. Also inwhich are to be classified in Class 4130, cluded in this class are refrigeration or as otherwise specifically prescribed by plants, and complete packaged refrigthe indexes and structure of the FSC. eration units and systems containing a Includes Store Type Units; Window and power driven compressor, condenser, Room Type Units; Marine, and Vehicular evaporator, and all other necessary comAir Conditioning Units; Air Conditioning ponents to refrigerate an enclosed space. Plants and Systems. Nonoperating accessories such as ice Excludes Air Conditioning Components trays, shelves, and panels are included in (FSC 4130, or as otherwise specifically this class. Excluded from this class are prescribed by the indexes and structure operating components, assemblies, of the FSC). parts, attachments, or accessories, for use in or on complete refrigeration equipment, plants, systems, or the packaged 4130 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Components refrigeration units, and which are to be Includes Heat Exchanger Equipment; Reclassified in Class 4130, or as otherwise frigerant Strainers; Refrigeration Comspecifically prescribed by the indexes and pressors; Air Conditioning and Refrigerastructure of the FSC. tion Servicing Equipment, such as Includes Grocery Type Display Cases; Charging and testing manifolds, Lines Ice Cream Cabinets; Drinking Fountains and Units; Operating Components of Re(except Portable and stationary types classified in Class 4510); Professional frigeration and Air Conditioning Equipand Scientific Refrigerators; Rivet Coolment, Plants, and Systems classified in ers; Photographic Refrigerators; Mortuclasses 4110 and 4120. ary Refrigerators; Household and ComExcludes Refrigeration and Air Condimercial Refrigerators; Grocery Type tioning Plants (see classes 4110 and Showcases; and other types of refrigera4120): Collections of Refrigeration Comtion equipment of the commissary or food ponents packaged as a unit including a store type. refrigeration compressor, condenser, Excludes Cafeteria Type Refrigerated evaporator, etc., specifically designed and tailored for applications such as Display Cases; Soda Fountains; Milk, walk-in type refrigerators. Individual comSoda, and/or Ice Cream Dispensers; ponents of the packaged unit will be Cold Food Counters; Carbonators; Comclassified in class 4130, or as otherwise bination Heated-Refrigerated Food Servspecifically prescribed by the indexes and ing Equipment; Cafeteria Type Showstructure of the FSC. The complete cases; Chilling Equipment Used for package unit will be classified in class Display and Serving of Food (see Class 4110. 7310 for these items). Also excluded from

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4140 Fans, Air Circulators, and Blower 4220 Marine Lifesaving and Diving Equipment Equipment Note-Fans and impellers which are Includes Diving and Salvage Apparatus, specifically designed for use with specific including Pressurized Divers Suits; Resindividual types of equipment are to be cue Nets, Buoyant; Inflatable Life Vests; classified in the same classes as their Life Rafts. next higher assemblies or in the appropriExcludes Lifesaving Boats (FSC 1940). ate components or accessories classes (as in Group 25 or 29 or Class 1680) as 4230 Decontaminating and Impregnating Equipment prescribed by the indexes and structure Note-Excludes production type equipof the FSC. ment designed for impregnation of metal Includes Wall Type Fans; Pedestal Type castings and electronic components, proFans; Household Type and Attic Type Excessing of leather and textiles, and for haust Fans; Floor Fans; Forged Draft Exsimilar industrial processing operations. haust and Disposal Kits; Fans, Air Circulators, and Blower Equipment, whether designated as industrial or nonindus- 4235 Hazardous Material Spill Containment and Clean-up Equipment and Material trial by application and/or use. Includes Secondary Spill Containment Excludes Combination Heater-Fans Sumps; Liquid Spill Containment Pallets; (FSC 4520). Spill Containment Basins; Spill Containment Systems; Absorbent, Sorbent and 4150 Vortex Tubes and Other Related Blotting Materials. Cooling Tubes Includes Tool Grinding spot coolers; machining spot coolers; electronic equip- 4240 Safety and Rescue Equipment Includes Portable Fire Escapes; Safety ment spot coolers; and electronic cabinet Nets, Nonbuoyant. spot coolers. Excludes Divers Suits; Fixed Fire EsExcludes Refrigeration and Air Condicapes. tioning Plants (Classes 4110 and 4120); Air Conditioning Components and Cooler Unit, Air (Class 4130); Cooler, Air, Evapo- 4250 Recycling and Reclamation Equipment Includes Material and Machinery derative (Class 4120) and Pipe and Tube signed to remove, neutralize and/or pre(Group 47). pare for possible re-use of substances otherwise considered to be unGROUP 42 reclaimable. Fire Fighting, Rescue, and Safety Equipment; and Environmental GROUP 43 Protection Equipment and Materials Pumps and Compressors 4210 Fire Fighting Equipment Includes Fire Extinguishers; Fire Axes; Fire Rakes; Fire Beaters; Fire Trucks; Fire Hose; Play Pipes; Hose Fittings having one or more Fire Hose End Connections; Fire Hose Reels; Fire Fighting Trailers; Fire Hydrants; Sprinkler Heads. Excludes Wrecking Bars (FSC 5120, 1385). Note-This group excludes pumps and compressors designed for use on individual types of equipment, such as engine fuel pumps, aircraft propeller feathering pumps, fork lift operating pumps, compressors for operating gun turrets, and vehicular brake system compressors. Also excluded are items specially designed as or for use on fuel dispensing equipment. The FSC indexes and structure will govern the classification of these items permitted classification in a single class only.

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4310 Compressors and Vacuum Pumps Includes Truck Mounted and Trailer Mounted Compressors. Excludes Refrigeration Compressors (FSC 4130). 4320 Power and Hand Pumps Excludes Laboratory Jet Pumps (FSG 65 and 66). 4330 Centrifugals, Separators, and Pressure and Vacuum Filters Excludes Laboratory Centrifuges (FSG 65 and 66); Water Purification Filters (FSC 4610). GROUP 44 Furnace, Steam Plant, and Drying Equipment; and Nuclear Reactors

nuclear reactors, their primary cooling systems, auxiliary fluid systems, special propulsion plant systems, handling and servicing equipment, electrical and control systems, and associated special test and water chemistry control items. Excluded from this class are those items for which more specific classifications are suitable. Includes Refueling Machines; Ion Chamber Seals; Thermal Barriers; Control Rods; Steam Generators, Pressurized Water; Reactor Vessel Shells; Handling Carts; Hoisting Units, New and Spent Cartridge. GROUP 45 Plumbing, Heating, and Waste Disposal Equipment

4410 Industrial Boilers Includes Steam Boilers, over 15 pounds 4510 Plumbing Fixtures and Accessories Includes Bathtubs; Commodes; LavatoWSP. Marine Boilers; Boiler Drums;Water ries; Shower Cabinets; Sinks;Water ClosHeaters, Low Pressure (over 100 gallon ets; Accessories and Component Parts, recovery capacity). such as Dispensers, Faucets, Holders, Racks, Shower Heads, Flush Valves and 4420 Heat Exchangers and Steam Stop Valves. Condensers Excludes Fittings and Specialties for 4430 Industrial Furnaces, Kilns, Lehrs, and Hose, Pipe and Tube (FSC 4730). Ovens Includes Crucible Furnaces; Cupola Fur- 4520 Space and Water Heating Equipment Includes Boilers, 15 pounds WSP and naces. under (for boilers over 15 pounds WSP, Excludes Food Industry Ovens (FSC see FSC 4410); Domestic Water Storage 7310); Metal Heat Treating Furnaces Tanks through 100 gallon capacity; Fire(FSC 3424); Laboratory Type Furnaces place Heaters; Furnaces; Space Heaters; (FSC 6640). Heating Radiators; Immersion Heaters; Water Heaters, through 100 gallon recov4440 Driers, Dehydrators, and Anhydrators ery capacity (for heaters over 100 gallons Includes Evaporators. recovery capacity, see FSC 4410). 4460 Air Purification Equipment Excludes Vehicle Heaters; (FSC 2540); Includes Electronic Precipitators; Dust Aircraft Heaters (FSC 1660). Collection Equipment. Excludes Fan and Blower Equipment 4530 Fuel Burning Equipment Units Includes Oil Burners; Stokers; Gas Burn(FSC 4140); Air Conditioning Equipment (FSC 4120). ers. 4470 Nuclear Reactors 4540 Waste Disposal Equipment Note-This class includes all types of Includes Compactors; Destructors; Garnuclear reactors and those items which bage Disposals; Incinerators; Septic are specifically designed for use within Tanks.

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GROUP 46 Water Purification and Sewage Treatment Equipment 4610 Water Purification Equipment Includes Demineralizers; Filtration Equipment; Ice and Snow Melters. Excludes Water Purification Compounds (FSC 6810 and 7930); Water Softening Compounds (FSC 6810 and 7930). 4620 Water Distillation Equipment, Marine and Industrial Excludes Laboratory Distillation Apparatus (FSC 6640). 4630 Sewage Treatment Equipment GROUP 47 Pipe, Tubing, Hose, and Fittings 4710 Pipe, Tube and Rigid Tubing Includes Culvert Pipes; Culvert Pipe Connector Bands; Metallic Pipes; Plastic Pipes; Tubes and Rigid Tubing and their assemblies. Excludes Air Conditioning-Heating Pipes (FSC 4520); Asbestos and Cement, Bituminized Fiber, Clay and Concrete Pipes (FSC 5630); Conduit Pipes and their assemblies (FSC 5975); Downspout Pipes (FSC 5670); Exhaust Pipes (FSC 1560, 2990, and 4520); Fire Extinguishing Systems Pipes and Tubes and their assemblies (FSC 4210); Flexible Tubing (FSC 4720); Glass Tubing (FSC 6640, and 9340); Laboratory Tubes (FSC 6640); Medical and Surgical Tubes (FSC 6515).

4730 Hose, Pipe, Tube, Lubrication, and Railing Fittings Includes Adapters; Bends; Caps; Clamps; Connectors; Couplings; Crosses; Elbows; Expansion Joints; Ferrules; Flanges; Laterals; Lubrication Fittings; Manifolds; Nipples; Nozzles; Outlets; Plugs; Reducers; Swing and Swivel Joints; Tees; Traps; Unions; Wyes. Excludes Air Conditioning-Heating Fittings (FSC 4520); Bituminized Fiber and Concrete Fittings (FSC 5630); Conduit Boxes and Fittings (FSC 5975); Downspout Fittings (FSC 5670); Medical and Surgical Fittings (FSC 6515); Laboratory Fittings (FSC 6640); Post Caps and Rail Ends (FSC 5660); Machine Thread Bushings and Plugs (FSC 5365). GROUP 48 Valves Note-This group may include specially designed valves for use on individual types of equipment or systems. Excluded are such items as tire valves, engine intake and exhaust valves, explosive valves, carburetor valves, water mixing valves, and flush valves. 4810 Valves, Powered Includes Electric Motor Operated Valves; Hydraulic Operated Valves; Solenoid Operated Valves. Excludes Engine Intake and Exhaust valves (FSC 2990, 2815); Valves specifically designed for use with fire fighting equipment (FSC 4210); plumbing equipment, and the like (FSC 4540).

4720 Hose and Flexible Tubing 4820 Valves, Nonpowered Includes Air Duct, Metallic, Nonmetallic, Includes Automatic Nonpowered Valves; and Textile Fiber Hoses and their assemGate, Globe, Angle, Check, and Relief blies; Flexible Tubing and their assemValves; Cocks. blies. Excludes Fire Hydrants (FSC 4210); Excludes Conduit and their assemblies Sprinkler Heads (FSC 4210); Valves spe(FSC 5975); Laboratory Tubes (FSC cifically designed for use with fire fighting 6640); Medical and Surgical Tubes (FSC Equipment (FSC 4210); plumbing equip6515); Rigid Tubing and their assemblies ment, and the like (FSC 4540). (FSC 4710).

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GROUP 49 Maintenance and Repair Shop Equipment

Note-Specialized equipment which is designed for automotive maintenance and repair, and which is also used for the maintenance and repair of nonautomotive vehicles or 4921 Torpedo Maintenance, Repair, and Checkout Specialized Equipment equipment, will be classified in Class 4910. Includes Specially designed mainteJigs, fixtures, and templates used in conjuncnance, test, checkout, and repair shop tion with maintenance and repair shop spespecialized equipment for maintenance cialized equipment are classified in this group. and repair of torpedoes, torpedo compoHowever, jigs, fixtures, and templates used in nents; adapters, fixtures, inspection and conjunction with metalworking machinery are holding fixtures, leveling jack assemblies, classified in Group 34. Infrared assemblies, fuel filling and syphon assemblies, consubassemblies, and components specifically trol surface adapter and protractor asdesigned as test and maintenance specialized semblies, afterbody cradle adapter and equipment are classified in the appropriate tilting mount assemblies, pressure air classes of this group. Excluded from this group heater assemblies, motor drier and puller is infrared equipment designed for testing assemblies, test stand levels and stands communications and night vision equipment. for overhaul, maintenance, test, check4910 Motor Vehicle Maintenance and Repair out, and repair of torpedo and torpedo Shop Specialized Equipment components, test panels, fixtures, and Includes Automotive Lifts; Wheel Aligntest sets for electrical circuits, firing circuits and torpedo test sets. ers; Brake Service Equipment; Tire MainExcludes Specially designed maintetenance and Repair Equipment; Test stands and test equipment specially denance test, checkout and repair shop signed for use with motor vehicles. specialized equipment for maintenance Excludes Hand Tools (FSG 51); Lubricaand repair of ammunition, guided missiles, rockets, fire control, space vehicles, tion and Fuel Dispensing Equipment underwater mines, depth charges and (FSC 4930); Basic types of electrical and nuclear ordnance. Also excludes basic electronic test instruments, including types of electrical and electronic test inthose specifically designed, such as amstruments, such as ammeters, voltmemeters, voltmeters, ohmmeters, multimters, ohmmeters, multimeters, galvanometers, and similar instruments as shown eters and similar instruments. in the indexes in the FSC (FSC 6625). 4920 Aircraft Maintenance and Repair Shop 4923 Depth Charges and Underwater Mines Maintenance, Repair, and Checkout Specialized Equipment Specialized Equipment Includes Maintenance stands designed Includes Specially designed maintefor support of aircraft assemblies during repair or overhaul; Test Stands and Test nance, test, checkout and repair shop Equipment specially designed for maintespecialized equipment for maintenance nance and repair of aircraft components and repair of depth charges and undersuch as: engines, generators, hydraulic water mines; adapters, inspection, test systems, armament, automatic pilot, fire and holding fixtures; stands for overhaul, control, flight control, and navigational maintenance, test, checkout, and repair systems. of underwater mines and depth charges; Excludes Hand Tools; Airfield Maintetest fixtures, panels plus assemblies and test sets for leak test, pressure test, firing nance Platforms; Basic types of electrical circuits and timing devices. and electronic test instruments, including

those specially designed, such as ammeters, voltmeters ohmmeters, multimeters, and similar instruments, as shown in the indexes to the FSC; Test Apparatus used for both communications and other electrical and electronic equipment.

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Excludes Specially designed maintenance, test, checkout, and repair shop equipment designed for nuclear ordnance, guided missiles, ammunition, torpedoes, rockets, fire control, space vehicles and basic types of electrical and electronic test instruments.

4925 Ammunition Maintenance, Repair, and Checkout Specialized Equipment Includes Specially designed mainte- 4930 Lubrication and Fuel Dispensing nance, test, checkout, and repair shop Equipment specialized equipment, for maintenance Includes Hand Grease Guns; Centralized and repair of ammunition items; adapters, Lubrication Systems; Hydrostatic Lubriammunition feeders and hoppers; inspeccators; Oil and Gasoline Dispensing tion and holding fixtures; linkers, linkersPumps; Fuel Oil Dispensing Pumps; delinkers, and delinkers to assemble and Hand Oilers; Grease Dispensers; Presdisassemble ammunition belts; surveilsure Gun Attachments; Sight Feed Lubrilance ovens; explosimeters; primer firing cators. device fixtures; mandrels; repositioning Excludes Alemite and Lubrication Fitmachines; gas bomb service kits; test tings (FSC 4730). fixtures; panels; plug assemblies; and test sets for ammunition maintenance, check- 4931 Fire Control Maintenance and Repair out and repair. Shop Specialized Equipment Excludes Maintenance, repair, checkout Includes Specially Designed Test Equipand test equipment specially designed for ment, Maintenance Fixtures and Stands. use with guided missiles, guided missile Excludes Instruments for use on both remote control systems, guided missile Fire Control and other Equipment; Airsystems; fire control; nuclear ordnance; borne Fire Control Maintenance and Rerockets, underwater mines and depth pair Shop Equipment. charges; torpedoes; space vehicles and test equipment for aircraft weapon 4933 Weapons Maintenance and Repair launchers; basic types of electrical and Shop Specialized Equipment electronic test instruments, such as amIncludes Maintenance Stands, Fixtures, meters, voltmeters, ohmmeters, multimand Jigs. eters, and similar instruments, as shown Excludes Atomic Ordnance Maintenance in the indexes to the FSC. and Repair Shop Specialized Equipment; Airborne Weapons Maintenance and Re4927 Rocket Maintenance, Repair and pair Shop Equipment. Checkout Specialized Equipment Includes Specially designed mainte- 4935 Guided Missile Maintenance, Repair, and Checkout Specialized Equipment nance, test, checkout, and repair shop Includes Checkout equipment and test specialized equipment for maintenance and repair of rockets and rocket compoequipment specially designed for use nents; rocket maintenance stands; test with guided missiles and guided missile stands; fixtures; jigs; and shop equipment remote control systems. designed for maintenance and repair of Excludes Specially designed internal rockets, rocket motors and other rocket (built-in) checkout equipment for guided components. missile remote control systems; Basic Excludes Specially designed maintetypes of electrical and electronic test instruments, including those specially denance, test, checkout, and repair shop signed, such as ammeters, voltmeters, equipment specifically designed for

nuclear ordnance, guided missiles, fire control, torpedoes, underwater mines, depth charges, ammunition, space vehicles; test equipment for aircraft rocket launchers and basic types of electrical and electronic test instruments, such as ammeters, voltmeters, ohmmeters, multimeters, galvanometers and similar instruments.

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ohmmeters, multimeters, and similar instruments, as shown in the indexes to the FSC; Test Apparatus used for both communications and other electrical and electronic equipment. 4940 Miscellaneous Maintenance and Repair Shop Specialized Equipment Includes Paint Spraying Equipment. Excludes Hand Tools (FSG 51). 4960 Space Vehicle Maintenance, Repair, and Checkout Specialized Equipment Includes Checkout and Test Equipment specially designed for use with Space Vehicles, including Remote Control Systems. Excludes Checkout and Test Equipment used with both Guided Missiles and Space Vehicles; Specially designed Internal (Built-in) Checkout Equipment for Remote Control Systems; Basic types of Electrical and Electronic Test Instruments, including those specially designed, such as ammeters, ohmmeters, multimeters, and similar instruments, as shown in the indexes to the FSC.

Jacks; Wrecking Bars; Glue Pots; Blowtorches. Excludes Craftsmans Measuring Tools; Gardening Rakes, Forks, Hoes, and other Garden Tools. 5130 Hand Tools, Power Driven Includes Drills; Riveters; Portable Electric Saws; Pneumatic Tools; Abrasive Wheels, Cones, and other Abrasive Attachments for use only on Hand Held Power Tools. 5133 Drill Bits, Counterbores, and Countersinks: Hand and Machine 5136 Taps, Dies, and Collets; Hand and Machine Excludes Punching, Stamping, and Marking Dies. 5140 Tool and Hardware Boxes

5180 Sets, Kits, and Outfits of Hand Tools Note-This class includes sets, kits and outfits consisting of several different items classifiable either in a single class or in several classes. Excluded from this class are sets, kits and outfits consisting 4970 Multiple Guided Weapons, Specialized of variations (such as size or color) of an Maintenance and Repair Shop item. Classify these items in the same Equipment class as the individual item. Note Maintenance, test, checkout and repair shop equipment designed to test, maintain, fault isolate and repair multiple GROUP 52 guided weapon systems. For equipment Measuring Tools designed to be used with only one specific system see the individual FSC in- 5210 Measuring Tools, Craftsmens dexed (i.e., 4921, 4927, 4935). Note-This class does not include special inspection gages, which are classified in Class 5220. GROUP 51 Includes Calipers; Levels; Micrometers; Hand Tools Plumb Bobs; Precision Tapes; Squares; Angle Gages; Center Gages; Depth 5110 Hand Tools, Edged, Nonpowered Gages; Draw Gages; Drill Point Gages; Includes Chisels; Files; Pipe Cutters; Fillet and Radius Gages; Glaziers Rasps; Saws; Screw Plates; Axes; HatchGages; Height Gages (Vernier); Planer ets; Machetes. Gages; Rivet Selector Gages; Saw Tooth Set Gages; Screw Pitch Gages; Surface 5120 Hand Tools, Nonedged, Nonpowered Gages; Telescoping Gages; Thickness Includes Hammers; Picks; Pliers, except Gages; Tube Bead Gages; Tube Flare pliers for cutting only; Screwdrivers; Gages; Twist Drill Gages; Twist Drill and Shovels; Construction Rakes, Forks and Rod Gages; Twist Drill and Tap Gages; Hoes; Jacks, including Contractors

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Taper-Wire-Thickness Gages; Wire 5315 Nails, Machine Keys, and Pins Gages; Tool Setting Planer and Shaper Note Nails, machine keys, and pins, Gages; Gage Blocks. including specially designed, will be classified in this FSC. a. Nails are slender, 5220 Inspection Gages and Precision Layout usually pointed fasteners with a head, Tools and designed for insertion by impact. b. Note-Special inspection gages are inMachine keys are items generally included in this class. serted between two items, usually in a Includes Go and Not-Go Gages, includgroove, to prevent relative rotation e.g., ing Plug, Ring, Snap, Thread, and Length shaft and hub. c. Pins are cylindrical items Gages; Profile Gages; Fixture Gages; of various materials used to align/attach Special Inspection Gages. two or more parts together and may allow for angular movement. 5280 Sets, Kits, and Outfits of Measuring Includes Dowel Pins, Split Pins; Spikes; Tools Tacks; Nonoffice Type Staples; Machine Keys; Brads; Shouldered Pins; Cotter Pins; Nails. GROUP 53 Excludes Shafts (FSC 3040); Lock Keys Hardware and Abrasives (FSC 5340). 5305 Screws 5320 Rivets 5306 Bolts 5325 Fastening Devices 5307 Studs Includes Eyelets; Grommets; Aircraft Cowling Fasteners;Textile Fasteners; Re5310 Nuts and Washers taining Rings; Threaded Inserts. Note Nuts and washers, including specially designed, are to be classified in this 5330 Packing and Gasket Materials FSC. a. Nuts are a small metal block Note This FSC includes only seals and made in a variety of shapes such as gaskets designed for standard use. square and hexagonal which is drilled Seals, gaskets and packing are made and internally threaded. b. Washers are a from materials specifically designed and perforated piece of metal, leather, or constructed to resist deterioration from other materials of various shapes or the action of heat, gas, chemicals, liquids, forms. They are used primarily as a seat and used to fill a cavity and create a tight for a bolt, nut, screw, rivet or nail to disseal. Similar materials used to make tribute pressure and prevent endwise moseals, gaskets, and packing are available tion over an area and/or to prevent movein bulk form, refer to FSG 93, FSG 80, ment between two parts by means of and FSG 83. restraining features created by the shape Includes General Purpose Oil Grease, of its edges. Air, Liquid, Gas, and chemical Seals; OaIncludes Locknuts; Eye Nuts; Plain Nuts; kum; Prefabricated Gaskets and Seals Castellated Nuts; Wing Nuts; Plate Nuts; designed for a single specific application. Push on Nuts; Concave and Convex Excludes O-Rings (FSC 5331); Bulk maWashers; Flat Washers; Keyed Washers; terial items, such as; Rubber, Cork, and Lock Washers; Shouldered Washers; Asbestos Sheets and Strips (FSG 93); Split Washers. Liquid Gasket Materials (RTV, Permatex, Excludes Bearing Thrust Washers (FSC etc.) (FSG 80); RFI and EMI Seals and 3120); Shims (FSC 5365); Ring Spacers Gaskets (FSC 5999), and all Seal Retain(FSC 5365); Plate Spacers (FSC 5365); ers. Lock Rings (FSC 5365).

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5331 O-Ring Excludes Packing and Gasket Material (FSC 5330).

ing Abrasives; Industrial Diamonds; Diamond Dust; Rouge.

5355 Knobs and Pointers 5335 Metal Screening Includes Knobs, including Calibrated Note Metal Screening is a perforated Knobs; Dials, Scale. plate or cylinder or a meshed wire fabric usually mounted and used to separate 5360 Coil, Flat, Leaf, and Wire Springs Note-All springs, including specially coarse from finer parts. designed, will be classified in this FSC. A Includes Insect Screening; Industrial spring is an elastic mechanical device Metal Cloth; Industrial Metal Mesh. that regains its original shape after being Excludes Fencing (FSC 5660). compressed, extended or deflected. Includes Compression Springs; Torsion 5340 Hardware, Commercial Note Common hardware designed priSprings; Leaf Spring Assemblies; Flat marily for commercial use will be classiSprings; Extension Springs. fied in this FSC. Hardware is the physical, tangible and permanent components of 5365 Bushings, Rings, Shims, and Spacers end items that may not be classified elseNote-All items, including specially dewhere. It consists also of common items signed, will be classified in this FSC. a. A that are commonly used in construction bushing is cylindrical in shape, hollow, and/or manufacturing (e.g., hinges, door and designed primarily to be inserted into locks). a hole to reduce the effective inside diamIncludes Access Covers; Bumpers; Casteter of the hole, and to protect the body ers; Cabinet and Door Hardware; Clevstructure about the hole from damage ises; Hinges; Latches; Straps and Strapresulting from stress, strain, and vibraping; Turnbuckles; Webbed Straps. tion. b. A ring is cylindrical in shape, usuExcludes Weapons System Hardware ally flat with a center hole. Rings are (FSC 5342). multi-applicational. See specific item name for designated usage. c. A shim is a 5342 Hardware, Weapon System thin, sometimes tapered, piece of mateNote Hardware designed for weapon rial used to fill in space between things. systems unique applications will be clasSee specific item name for dimensional sified in this FSC. parameters. d. A spacer is a device for Includes Adapters; Anchor Plates and holding two members at a given distance Straps; Anodes; Bellows; Couplings; Confrom each other. trol Rods; Access Doors; Fairleads; Includes Externally Threaded Rings; Mounts; Tie Rods; Yokes. Keyed and Serrated Lock Rings; Dee Excludes Commercial Hardware (FSC Rings; Instrument Retaining Rings; Shim 5340). Sets and Assortments; Plate Spacers; 5345 Disks and Stones, Abrasive Ring Spacers; Sleeve Spacers; Stepped Includes Abrasive Belts and Belting; Spacers; Spacer Sets and Assortments; Hones; Abrasive Wheels, MultiapplicaSleeve Bushings; Machine Threaded tion. Bushings; Machine Threaded Plugs. Excludes Dental Abrasives; Abrasive Excludes Sleeve Bearings (FSC 3120); Cones, and other Abrasive Attachments Pipe Threaded Plugs (FSC 4730); Piston for equipment. Rings (FSC 2520, 2805, 2810, 2815, 2825, 2990, 3040, 4310, and 4820); Re5350 Abrasive Materials taining Rings (FSC 5325); Shim Stock Includes Cloth; Papers; Powders; Abra(FSC 9515). sive Polishing Compounds; Metal Finish-

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GROUP 54 Prefabricated Structures and Scaffolding

nents, such as Anchor Rails, Tie Rods, Braces, Steps, Guy Assemblies; Specialized Tower Hardware.

5410 Prefabricated and Portable Buildings 5450 Miscellaneous Prefabricated Includes Prefabricated Panels; Inflatable Structures Shelters; Metal Screens and Metal WinIncludes Bleachers; Grandstands. dows. 5411 Rigid Wall Shelters Includes Expandable and nonexpandable shelters. 5419 Collective Modular Support System Note Includes Self-Contained habitat, containing facilities normally expected in a Rest and Recreational area, such as; billeting, food services, laundry, shower/hygiene services, recreational and support services that enhance morale and welfare. 5420 Bridges, Fixed and Floating Includes Special Bridge Erection Equipment; Bridge Floats and Pontoons; Tramways; Trestles. Excludes Pontoons and Floating Docks (FSC 1945). GROUP 55 Lumber, Millwork, Plywood, and Veneer 5510 Lumber and Related Basic Wood Materials Includes Dimensional Lumber; Wood Flooring; Mine Timbers; Poles; Railroad Ties; Wood Siding; Molding; Stakes. Excludes Millwork (FSC 5520); Plywood and Veneer (FSC 5530); Prefabricated Non-Wood Items (FSC 5670). 5520 Millwork Includes Door Frames; Doors; Window Frames; Window Sashes. Excludes Molding (FSC 5510); Prefabricated Non-Wood Items (FSC 5670). 5530 Plywood and Veneer Includes Plywood and Veneered Panels.

5430 Storage Tanks Includes Assembled and Unassembled Tanks for storage only; Enclosures for GROUP 56 Pressure and Vacuum Tanks; Petroleum Construction and Building Materials Bulk Storage Tanks. Excludes Boiler Tanks (FSC 4410); Hot 5610 Mineral Construction Materials, Bulk Includes Asphalt; Cinders; Gravel; Lime; Water Tanks (FSC 4520). Sand; Rough Dimension Stone, including 5440 Scaffolding Equipment and Concrete Rubble; Cement; Ballast. Forms Excludes Block, Shaped; Brick. Includes Prefabricated Concrete Placing Forms; Builders Ladders and Steplad- 5620 Tile, Brick and Block ders; Suspension stages. Includes Concrete Building Block; Cinder Excludes Aircraft Ladders (FSC 1730); Block; Slag Brick; Cut Stone; Cut and Polished Stone; Ceramic Floor and Wall Fire Fighting Ladders (FSC 4210); MainTile; Architectural Terra Cotta; Concrete tenance Ladders (FSC 4940); Marine Slabs and Grilles. Vessel Ladders (FSC 2090); Vehicle LadExcludes Glass Building Block (FSC ders (FSC 2540). 9340) 5445 Prefabricated Tower Structures Includes Power Transmission Towers; Ra- 5630 Pipe and Conduit, Nonmetallic Includes Concrete Pipe and Conduit; dar Towers; Searchlight Towers; Control Towers; Prefabricated Tower CompoClay Pipe and Conduit for underground

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use; Drain Tile; Nonmetallic Pipe Fittings GROUP 58 for underground use. Communication, Detection, and Excludes Nonmetallic Pipe, Conduit, and Coherent Radiation Equipment Fittings for laboratory or electrical use; Note-Excludes oscillator items which should Hose and Tubing, Flexible Nonmetallic. be classified in FSC 5955 or 5963; fiber optic 5640 Wallboard, Building Paper, and items which should be classified in Group 60; Thermal Insulation Materials electronic modules as defined under Class Includes Paper Building Board; Ceiling 5963; and electrical cable, cord and wire asBoard; Gypsum Board; Insulating Board; semblies, harnesses and sets, related to FSG Plasterboard; Soundproofing Board; Tar 58 equipment (see FSC 5995). In Group 58, Paper; Wallpaper; Mineral Wool; Glass more than in any other group, it frequently Wool Batts; Pipe Covering. happens that the same name is listed as an Excludes Electrical Insulation Materials. index entry in each of several classes. In addition, that name may also appear as an entry in 5650 Roofing and Siding Materials groups other than 58. Each such entry refers Includes Roofing (all materials), including to a distinctly different part or assembly, even Sheet Metal; Roofing Felt; Roll Roofing; though the different items have the same Roofing Tile; Shingles. name. The listing of the same names in two or Excludes Tar Paper; Bulk Sheet Metal more classes indicates that, in one form, the Roofing and Siding; Wood Siding. part or assembly covered by the name is applicable to the equipment covered by one 5660 Fencing, Fences, Gates and class, and in another form is applicable to the Components equipment covered by another class. For example, the item name CODER, AUDIO FRE5670 Building Components, Prefabricated QUENCY is applicable to two distinctly differNote-Items specified as wooden are ent assemblies, one of which has an classified in 5520 application in cryptologic equipment, covered Includes Door Frames; Window Frames; by Class 5810, and the other in radar equipWindow Sashes; Eave Troughs (Gutters); ment covered by Class 5840. Consequently Gratings; Grilles; Shutters; Fixed Fire Es- the name CODER, AUDIO FREQUENCY is capes; Mounted Partitions. an entry under each of the two classes. When Excludes Plumbing and associated com- an item identification bears a name which is ponents such as Sinks; Wallbaord and indexed under more than one class of Group items classified as furniture. 58, or in Group 58 and in some other group, the item will be classified in the same class as 5675 Nonwood Construction Lumber and its next higher assembly in the manner deRelated Materials scribed in the Federal Logistics Information Includes Nonwood Dimensional Lumber; System (FLIS) Procedures Manual, DoD Flooring; Special Turning and Carvings; 4100.39-M. Also excluded from this group are Nonwood Veneer. data transmission and communications equipExcludes Millwork and Wood Veneer ment such as terminals, sensors and other (FSCs 5520 and 5530); Items specified devices designed for use with a configuration as Wooden (FSC 5510). of ADPE. 5680 Miscellaneous Construction Materials Includes Expanded Metal Lath; Airplane Landing Mats; Traction Mats.

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5805 Telephone and Telegraph Equipment 5810 Communications Security Equipment and Components 5811 Other Cryptologic Equipment and Components 5815 Teletype and Facsimile Equipment Includes Ticker Tape and Sigtot Equipment. 5820 Radio and Television Communication Equipment, Except Airborne Includes Telemetering Equipment. Excludes Home Type Radio and Television Equipment. 5821 Radio and Television Communication Equipment, Airborne Includes Telemetering Equipment.

equipment. Also included is associated equipment such as cleaners, splicers, rewinders, reels and tapes designed for use with video recording-reproducing equipment. Excluded from the class is photographic type equipment (Group 67), ADP type computer monitors (Group 70), and video equipment which includes radio receivers/transmitters (properly classified in more specific classes in Group 58). 5840 Radar Equipment, Except Airborne Note-Radar assemblies and subassemblies designed specifically for use with fire control equipment or guided missiles are excluded from this class and are included in the appropriate classes of Group 12 or Group 14.

5841 Radar Equipment, Airborne Note-Radar assemblies and subassemblies designed specifically for use 5825 Radio Navigation Equipment, Except with fire control equipment or guided misAirborne siles are excluded from this class and are Includes Loran Equipment; Shoran included in the appropriate classes of Equipment; Direction Finding Equipment. Group 12 or Group 14. 5826 Radio Navigation Equipment, Airborne 5845 Underwater Sound Equipment Includes Loran Equipment; Shoran Note-This class excludes items specifiEquipment; Direction Finding Equipment. cally designed for fire control sonar systems. 5830 Intercommunication and Public Includes Sonar Equipment; Underwater Address Systems, Except Airborne Listening Equipment; Sonobuoys; Includes Wired Audio Systems; Office Sonobuoy Launchers; Fathometers; SoType Systems; Shipboard Systems; Tank far Equipment. Systems. 5831 Intercommunication and Public Address Systems, Airborne 5835 Sound Recording and Reproducing Equipment Excludes Phonographs, Home Type; Dictating Machines. 5836 Video Recording and Reproducing Equipment Note This class includes, and is restricted to electronic video equipment such as video monitors, televisions, cameras, printers and recorders/reproducers used with miscellaneous communication 5850 Visible and Invisible Light Communication Equipment Note-This class includes only communication types of infrared equipment. Excluded from this class are infrared assemblies, subassemblies, and components designed specifically for use in fire control systems, guided missile systems, test and maintenance specialized equipment, night vision equipment, and other noncommunication types of equipment. Includes Heliographs.

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herent radiation applications, and having 5855 Night Vision Equipment, Emitted and no other application, are to be included in Reflected Radiation this class. Assemblies or major systems Note-This class includes image formcontaining such devices are excluded ing devices and associated aids, their from this class. subassemblies and components, utilizing passive and/or active techniques for detection, observation, and identification of 5865 Electronic Countermeasures, Counter-Countermeasures and Quick terrain and objects at night, while maintaining concealment afforded by darkReaction Capability Equipment ness. Includes items having multiapplicaNote-This class includes, and is retion for purposes of fire control, and/or stricted to, passive and active electronic night observation, and/or detection. Exequipment, systems, and subsystems cluded from this class are items for which designed to prevent or reduce an enmore specific classifications are suitable emys effective use of radiated electroas prescribed by the structure and inmagnetic energy or designed to insure dexes of the FSC. our own effective use of radiated electroIncludes Sighting and Observation Demagnetic energy. Includes Electronic vices, Target Detectors and Locators, ReCountermeasures, Electronic Countermote Viewing Systems utilizing heat raCountermeasures, Electronic Support diation emitted from object(s), associated Measures, and Quick Reaction CapabilRadiation Sources, Image Converters ity Equipment and components specially and Image Intensifiers, Optical Cells and designed therefore which are not classifiother components designed for Night Viable elsewhere in the FSC Structure. Exsion Equipment. Holders and Lens used cluded from this class are non-electronic with Infrared Equipment are also included items which are properly classified in in this FSC. more specific classes in accordance with Excludes Optical Sighting devices which the FSC structure and indexes. incorporate both day and night viewing characteristics within an integral unit for fire control purpose, nonnight vision type 5895 Miscellaneous Communication Equipment items designed for use with guided misNote-This class includes miscellasiles, communications, or laboratory neous communication equipment that is equipment, and Optical Elements, such not classified in more specific classes as Lens, Prisms, Windows. (see the NOTE for FSG 58). Includes Modems. 5860 Stimulated Coherent Radiation Excludes Electronic Countermeasures Devices, Components, and Equipment. Accessories Note-This class includes, and is restricted to, devices the operation of which GROUP 59 is based on principles involving the stimuElectrical and Electronic Equipment lated emission of radiation, and to assoComponents ciated components and accessories directly related to stimulated coherent Note-Mounting hardware, included in classes radiation techniques. The methods for of this group, includes such specially designed producing the radiation are those ob- items as brackets, holders, retainers, etc. Extained by LASER (Light Amplification by cluded from classes in this group are such Stimulated Emission of Radiation) and by hardware items as screws (Class 5305), bolts MASER (Microwave and/or Molecular (Class 5306), studs (Class 5307), washers Amplification by Stimulated Emission of (Class 5310), rivets (Class 5320), and other Radiation) techniques. Only those items common items indexed to specific classes, specifically designed for stimulated co- other than in Group 59. The FSC indexes and

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structure will govern the classification of items 5940 Lugs, Terminals, and Terminal Strips used on or with mounting hardware cited Includes Binding Posts; Battery Clips; above. Stud Terminals; Test Clips. Excludes Caps, Electrical; Clips, Electri5905 Resistors cal; and Contacts, Electrical. Includes Varistors; Resistive ballast Tubes; Rheostats; Resistor Networks; 5945 Relays and Solenoids Includes Electromagnetic Actuators. Resistor Mounting Hardware; Thermistors. Excludes Contractors. Excludes Resistance Wire. 5950 Coils and Transformers Includes Coils, except ignition and mag5910 Capacitors Includes Interference Filter Capacitors; neto; coil assemblies; magnetic amplifiers; reactors; transformers. Capacitor Mounting Hardware. Excludes Semiconductor Devices and 5955 Oscillators and Piezoelectric Crystals Associated Hardware. Includes Crystal Units, Processed Un5915 Filters and Networks mounted Crystals, Crystal Controlled Oscillators and Noncrystal Controlled OscilNote-This class includes those filters lators and networks which consist of a combiExcludes Crystal Controlled Oscillators nation of resistors, capacitors, or coils, and Noncrystal Controlled Oscillators but not a combination of resistors only which meet the definition of the term (classified in 5905), capacitors only (claselectronic module as defined for FSC sified in 5910), or coils only (classified in 5963 and Microcircuits 5950). 5960 Electron Tubes and Associated 5920 Fuses, Arrestors, Absorbers, and Hardware Protectors Includes Rectifying Tubes; Photoelectric Includes Fuseholders; Fuse Boxes; Fuse Tubes; Electron Vibrator Tubes. Posts; Fuse Links; Fuse Blocks; Current Excludes Transistors; Tube Sockets; Limiters; Corona Balls; Electrostatic DisX-ray Tubes; Semiconductor Devices and chargers. Associated Hardware. Excludes Circuit Breakers. 5961 Semiconductor Devices and 5925 Circuit Breakers Associated Hardware Includes Circuit Breakers and Cutouts. Includes Semiconductor Assemblies; Excludes Relays. Semiconductor Diodes; Semiconductor Rectifiers, Semiconductor Thyristors; 5930 Switches Transistors; Unitized Semiconductors; Includes Rotary, Knife, Toggle, Push ButAssociated Hardware except Sockets. ton, Mercury, Thermostatic, and DifferenExcludes Microcircuits; Optoelectronic tial Pressure Switches. Devices and Associated Hardware. Excludes Switchgear. 5962 Microcircuits, Electronic 5935 Connectors, Electrical Note-(1) A microcircuit is defined as Includes Plugs; Jacks; Receptacles, follows: A small circuit having a high Electronic Component Sockets and Asequivalent circuit element density, which sociated Accessories is considered as a single part composed Excludes Interconnectors, Fiber Optic of interconnected elements placed and/or formed on or within a single substrate to perform an electronic circuit

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function. The elements may be formed on or within a semiconductor material substrate; may consist of conductive film(s) formed on an insulating substrate; or may be a combination of one or both of these types with discrete elements. (2) The term microcircuit, as applied to circuit devices included in this class, is delimited to exclude items consisting solely of interconnected microcomponents (discrete miniaturized components). Also excluded are items fabricated in the form of monolithic thick-film or thin-film structures that in themselves are not functional electronic circuits (e.g., Capacitors, Resistors, Transistors, or arrays thereof). Includes Integrated Circuit Devices; Integrated Circuit Modules, Integrated Electronic Devices: Hybrid, Magnetic, Molecular, Opto-Electronic, and Thin Film. Excludes Single Circuit Elements such as Capacitors; Resistors; Diodes and Transistors; Printed Circuit Boards and Circuit Card Assemblies; and Filters and Networks.

5965 Headsets, Handsets, Microphones and Speakers 5970 Electrical Insulators and Insulating Materials Includes Tube, Knob, Cleat, Strain, and Standoff Insulators; Feed Thru Insulators; Bead Insulators; Varnish Cambric Tape; Friction Tape. 5975 Electrical Hardware and Supplies Includes Conduit; Raceways; Face Plates; Condulets; Outlet and Junction Boxes; Pole Line Hardware, not elsewhere classifiable. 5977 Electrical Contact Brushes and Electrodes Includes Brushes for electrical rotating equipment; Carbon Stock for Brushes; Brush Arm and Holders; Lighting Electrodes. Excludes Anodes; Cathodes; Welding Electrodes. 5980 Optoelectronic Devices and Associated Hardware Includes Optoelectronic devices and assemblies which display numeric, alphanumeric, symbolic, or graphic information, emitters, and nondisplay optoelectronic devices, such as couplers, detectors, and switches which perform an active function in an electronic system Excludes electric lighting fixtures, lamps, and associated hardware

5963 Electronic Modules Note-The term electronic module as used in this class designates an electronic component designed for use in various equipment or end item applications, and capable of controlling voltage and/or current to produce gain, oscillation, switching, or similar integral electronic functions. It consists of a collection of miniaturized electronic parts and/or elements in a single replaceable package with plug-in mounting which will also 5985 Antennas, Waveguides, and Related Equipment complete the required electrical connecIncludes Aerials; Masts; Tower Equiptions. It is not normally subject to disasment; Attenuators; Couplers; Transmissembly as distinguished from such items sion Lines. as CIRCUIT CARD ASSEMBLY and Excludes Tower Structures. ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS ASSEMBLY. These modules conform to industry or government specifications/standards 5990 Synchros and Resolvers Excludes Synchro Systems; Servo that define all physical dimensions and electrical parameters required to promote Mechanisms. commonality and ensure proper operational performance. Excludes MICROCIRCUITS; Electronic Test Equipment Plug-In Units.

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5995 Cable, Cord, and Wire Assemblies: Communication Equipment Note-This class includes only those types of cable, cord, and Wire Assemblies and Sets (and Wiring Harnesses) used on or with equipment and components covered by Groups 58 and 59. Cable, Cord, Wire Assemblies, and Sets (Wiring Harnesses) used on or with equipment classified in FSC Groups other than Groups 58 or 59 are classified in FSC Class 6150 if multiapplication, or classified with the next higher classifiable assembly if specially designed. Excludes Cable Assemblies, Fiber Optic.

hand tools under FSG 51; and electrical, electronic and optical instruments under FSG 66 (instruments). 6010 Fiber Optic Conductors Note-Included in this class are bulk discrete fibers. 6015 Fiber Optic Cables Note-Included in this class are one or more discrete fiber optic conductors with a common protective covering in bulk form. May include electrical conductors/cables and/or reinforcing material.

5996 Amplifiers 6020 Fiber Optic Cable Assemblies and Includes Audio Amplifiers, ComplemenHarnesses tary Amplifiers, Amplifiers, Operational Note-Included in this class are items Amplifiers, Power Amplifiers, Radio Freused for communication and/or data quency Amplifiers, Signal Amplifiers, and transmission having one or more fiber Video Amplifiers. optic conductors/cables with processed Excludes multi-functional items such as end(s) or terminated in fitting(s). ExAmplifier-Detector, Amplifier-Mixer and cluded from this class are items used for microcircuit devices. illumination and/or image transmission. 5998 Electrical and Electronic assemblies, 6021 Fiber Optic Switches Boards, Cards, and Associated Note-Included in this class are Hardware switches used for line selection in fiber Excludes circuit card and electronic comoptic systems. ponent assemblies which can be identified to a more definitive Approved Item 6030 Fiber Optic Devices Name. Note Included in this class are such items as transmitters, receivers, multi5999 Miscellaneous Electrical and Electronic plexers, demultiplexers, modulators, deComponents modulators, repeaters, attenuators, filIncludes Permanent Magnets and Magters, integrated optical ciruuits, and the netostriction Elements; Caps, Clips, and like, used in fiber optic systems. Contacts, Electrical. 6032 Fiber Optic Light Sources and Photo Detectors GROUP 60 Note Included in this class are light Fiber Optics Materials, Components, emitting and laser diodes and photo deAssemblies, and Accessories tectors used in fiber optic systems. Note- Fiber Optics is a general term used to describe the function where optical energy 6035 Fiber Optic Light Transfer and Image Transfer Devices (i.e., light/laser driven rays) is guided to anNote-Included in this class are fiber other location through fiber(s). This group inoptic devices used for illumination and/or cludes Fiber Optic items such as parts, mateimage transmission. Excluded from this rials and devices used for communications, class are items used for communication data transmission, or illumination, Excludes and/or data transmission. Imaging devices under FSG 65 (medical);

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6060 Fiber Optic Interconnectors 6115 Generators and Generator Sets, Note Included in this class are all types Electrical of fiber optic terminations, such as conIncludes Engine, Turbine, Wind, and nectors, dividers, couplers, rotary and Hand Driven Generator Sets and Auxilnonrotary joints, splitters, mixers and iary Aircraft Generators. splicers and the like. Excludes Motor-Converters; MotorExcludes electrical connectors Generator Sets; Engine Generators; Engine Accessory Generators. 6070 Fiber Optic Accessories and Supplies Note-Included in this class are mode 6116 Fuel Cell Power Units, Components, and Accessories stripping materials, index matching mateNote-This class includes items that are rials and other related supplies. Excluded designed to produce an electromotive from this class are hardware and supplies force directly from an oxidation-reduction common to both electrical and fiber optic type of chemical reaction. A complete applications which are classifiable on power unit must include tanks, pumps, FSC 5975. and associated control equipment, and requires a continuous, uninterrupted sup6080 Fiber Optic Kits and Sets ply of liquid or gaseous fuel and oxidizers. Note-Included in this class are kits and Includes Complete Functioning Fuel Cell sets which consist of fiber optic compoPower Units; Fuel Cells; Fuel Cell Assemnents only; fiber optic components and blies or Modules; Fuel Cell Reactant related parts; fiber optic components and Chambers; Fuel Feed Mechanisms; Elecrelated tools; or fiber optic components, trolyte Heaters; Heat Exchangers; and related parts and related tools. Excluded other internal components peculiar to, from this class are tool kits and sets which and used exclusively on or with, Fuel Cell are classifiable in FSC 5180; test Power Units classified in this class. sets/instruments classifiable in FSG 66; Excludes Primary Batteries (FSC 6135); and end item sets/equipment utilizing fiSecondary Batteries (FSC 6140); Genber optic components which are classifierators and Generating Sets (FSC 6115); able in the applicable equipment FSC. and items for which more suitable classes are specifically prescribed by the indexes 6099 Miscellaneous Fiber Optic and structure of the FSC. Components Note-Included in this class are fiber 6117 Solar Electric Power Systems optic items which are not classifiable in a Note-This class includes items which more specific class. (See the Note for are designed for the direct conversion of FSG 60.) solar energy into electrical power. GROUP 61 Electric Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment 6105 Motors, Electrical Excludes Starting Motors for Engines. 6120 Transformers: Distribution and Power Station Note This class includes transformers with a kilovolt-ampere rating above 1 kva. Excludes Potential and Current Transformers

6125 Converters, Electrical, Rotating 6110 Electrical Control Equipment Note-This class includes devices emIncludes Contactors; Motor Controllers; ploying mechanical rotation for changing Power Servomechanisms; Switchgear; electrical energy from one form to anVoltage Regulators. other (i.e., AC to AC, DC to DC, AC to DC, Excludes Automatic Pilot Mechanisms; and DC to AC). Excluded from this class Relays; Resistors.

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are electrical generators and generator 6150 Miscellaneous Electric Power and sets (FSC 6115). Distribution Equipment Includes Complete Battery Charging Includes Appliance and Extension Cords; Equipment, Rotating; Dynamotors; Electric Power and Distribution Cable Motor-Converters; Motor-Generator with Attachments, Multiapplication; ComSets; Phase Converters; Rotating Equipmon Components of Electrical Rotating ment; Synchronous Converters. Equipment, such as End Bells and Excludes Nonrotating Equipment. Frames. 6160 Miscellaneous Battery Retaining 6130 Converters, Electrical, Nonrotating Fixtures, Liners and Ancillary Items Note This class includes devices emIncludes Battery Boxes, Covers, Liners, ploying a means other than mechanical rotation for changing electrical energy Racks, Retainers, and Trays. from one form to another (i.e., AC to AC, DC to DC, AC to DC, and DC to AC). GROUP 62 Includes Complete Battery Charging Lighting Fixtures and Lamps Equipment, Nonrotating; Power Supplies, Multiapplication. 6210 Indoor and Outdoor Electric Lighting Excludes Rectifying Tubes; (FSC 5960); Fixtures Rectifying Crystals (FSC 5961); Rotating Includes Airport, Railroad Platform, StaEquipment (FSC 6125); Transformers dium, and Street Lighting Fixtures. (FSC 5950); and Semiconductor Devices Excludes Nonelectrical Outdoor Fixtures; and Associated Hardware (FSC 5961). Signal Fixtures; Nonelectrical Indoor Fixtures. 6135 Batteries, Nonrechargeable Includes Cells and Dry Batteries; Nuclear 6220 Electric Vehicular Lights and Fixtures Batteries. Includes Automotive, Marine, Railroad, and Aircraft Lights and Fixtures. 6140 Batteries, Rechargeable Excludes Nonelectrical Vehicular FixIncludes Rechargeable Cells and Battertures. ies. 6230 Electric Portable and Hand Lighting 6145 Wire and Cable, Electrical Equipment Note-This class includes only bulk Includes Floodlights; Searchlights; Extenelectrical wire and cable. Excluded from sion Lights. this class are electrical wire and cable Excludes Nonelectrical Portable and items of definite length either with proHand Lighting Equipment; Signal and cessed ends, or terminated in fittings. Alarm Equipment. Includes Insulated and Noninsulated, Wire and Cable, such as, Antenna Wire, 6240 Electric Lamps Coaxial Cable, Fuse and Resistance Includes Fluorescent Lamps; IncandesWire, and Magnet Wire. cent Lamps, Large and Miniature; MerExcludes Radio Frequency Transmission cury Lamps; Sodium Lamps. Line (FSC 5985); Fiber Optic Cable (FSC 6015); Communication Cable Assem- 6250 Ballasts, Lampholders, and Starters blies (FSC 5995); Distribution and Power Transmission Cable Assemblies (FSC 6260 Nonelectrical Lighting Fixtures Includes Lanterns, Nonelectrical; Hand 6150). and Portable Carbide Lamps; Candles.

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GROUP 63 Alarm, Signal and Security Detection Systems 6310 Traffic and Transit Signal Systems Excludes Railroad Signals.

classifiable in FSC 6550, and Veterinary Drugs and Biologicals classifiable in FSC 6509.

6508 Medicated Cosmetics and Toiletries Includes medicated cosmetics and toiletries that have been determined to be 6320 Shipboard Alarm and Signal Systems drugs in accordance with the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act. 6330 Railroad Signal and Warning Devices Excludes nonmedicated cosmetics and Includes Railroad Gates; Flasher Lights; toiletries which are classifiable in Group Block Signals. 85. Excludes Semaphore Flag Signals. 6509 Drugs and Biologicals, Veterinary Use 6340 Aircraft Alarm and Signal Systems Includes All Drugs, medicinal grade Includes Oxygen Pressure Signals and chemical, and Biologicals subject to the Warning Devices; such as Air Pressure provisions of the Department of AgriculWarning Signals, Aircraft Crew Warning ture (Veterinary Drugs and Biologicals) Signals, Altitude Warning Signals, Alarm specifically formulated for Veterinary use. Controls, Audible Landing Gear Alarms. Other Nations may apply their own legal Excludes Aircraft Engine Oil and Fuel documents. Warning Devices. Excludes Drugs and Biologicals specifically formulated for Human use classifi6350 Miscellaneous Alarm, Signal, and able in FSC 6505. Security Detection Systems Includes Anti-intrusion Alarm Systems; Foghorns; Gongs; Chimes; Bells; Burglar 6510 Surgical Dressing Materials Includes Bandages, Compresses, DressAlarm Systems; Fire Alarms; Police ings, Gauze, Pads, Sponges, and imAlarm Systems; Sounding Devices; pregnated surgical dressing materials. Manual Gas Alarms; Landing Wands. Excludes Loran; Radar; Sonar; Engine Oil and Fuel Warning Devices; Aircraft 6515 Medical and Surgical Instruments, Equipment, and Supplies Oxygen Warning Devices. Includes Anesthesia Apparatus; Blood Transfusion Apparatus; Oxygen Therapy GROUP 65 Apparatus; Respirators; Orthopedic SupMedical, Dental, and Veterinary plies; Arch Supports; Clinical ThermomEquipment and Supplies eters; Sutures; Hearing Aids; Veterinary Equipment; Endoscopes, Fiber Optic. 6505 Drugs and Biologicals Excludes Opthalmic Instruments, EquipOnly items specifically formulated for ment, and Supplies; Non-Medical Endohuman use are appropriate to this class. Includes all drugs, medicinal grade scopes. chemicals, and Biologicals subject to the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, 6520 Dental Instruments, Equipment, and listed in the Monograph section of the Supplies U.S. Pharmacopeia or the National ForIncludes Dental Engines; Dental Laboramulary or covered by the United States tory Equipment; Operating Chairs; OrthAdopted Names (USAN). Other nations odontic Appliances; Teeth; Dental Metals; may apply their own legal documents. Dental Abrasives; Dental Laboratory FurExcludes medicated cosmetics and toiniture. letries classifiable in FSC 6508 and in vitro diagnostic substances and reagents

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6525 X-ray Equipment and Supplies: 6550 In Vitro Diagnostic Substances, Medical, Dental, Veterinary Reagents, Test Kits and Sets Includes Medical X-ray Film; Medical Includes In vitro diagnostic aids, such as X-Ray Film Viewing Equipment; Medical test tablets, test slides, test strips, test X-Ray Film Processing and Finishing cards, test papers, test solutions, reEquipment and Supplies; X-Ray Tubes. agents; sets and kits designated for in Excludes Industrial X-Ray Equipment. vitro qualitative and quantitative tests on specimens, such as blood, urine, feces, 6530 Hospital Furniture, Equipment, and the like, for the purposes of aiding in Utensils, and Supplies the medical diagnosis of disease, deterIncludes Orthopedic Equipment; Operatmining body organ dysfunction, or other ing Lights; Physiotherapy Equipment; abnormal conditions. Sterilizers; WheelChairs; Litters; Hospital Excludes In vivo diagnostic substances Beds; Restraint Equipment. classifiable in FSC 6505. 6532 Hospital and Surgical Clothing and Related Special Purpose Items Includes Only those clothing items which are required exclusively for use in hospital operations, or in medical or dental facilities, which have no functional counterpart elsewhere in Federal Organizations participating in the Federal Catalog System. Excludes General purpose items of clothing and fabricated textile material. GROUP 66 Instruments and Laboratory Equipment Note-Infrared assemblies (including subassemblies and components) designed specifically for use as or with instruments and laboratory equipment are included in the classes of this group. Also included are computers (including computer assemblies, computer systems and components) designed specifically for use with instruments and laboratory equipment.

6540 Ophthalmic Instruments, Equipment, and Supplies Includes Ophthalmic Lens Cutting and 6605 Navigational Instruments Grinding Machine; Ophthalmic Lenses Includes Azimuths; Sextants; Octants; and Lens Blanks; Spectacle Frames; Compasses; Plotting Boards; UnderwaOphthalmological and Optometric Instruter Log Equipment; Air Position Indicaments, Equipment, and Supplies. tors; Drift Meters. Excludes Optical Lens Cutting and Grinding Machines: Ophthalmoscope and Oto- 6610 Flight Instruments scope Set; Surgical Instruments and Includes Air Speed Indicators; Rate of Supplies that can be used by other mediClimb Indicators; Bank and Turn Indicacal disciplines; i.e., sutures, eye pads, tors; Pitot Tubes; Gyro Horizon Indicators; Attitude Gyro Indicators. eye shields, eye bath, and the like. Excludes Navigational Instruments (FSC 6545 Replenishable Field Medical Sets, Kits, 6605). and Outfits Excludes Sets and kits which can be logi- 6615 Automatic Pilot Mechanisms and Airborne Gyro Components cally classified in another FSC Class in Note Included in this class are gyro Group 65, such as Insect Sting Kit; Otocomponents of guided missiles. Excluded scope and Opthalmoscope Set; In Vitro are complete gyro mechanisms and nonDiagnostic Test Kits; and the like. airborne gyro components, both of which are classified in the same classes as their next higher assemblies.

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Includes Automatic Pilot Regulators; Di- 6630 Chemical Analysis Instruments Includes Acidity (pH) Meters; Gas Anarectional, Vertical, Bank and Turn, and Hydraulic Surface Gyro Controls; Airlyzers; Alakalinity Measuring Instruborne and Shipborne Automatic Pilot ments; Colorimeters. Mechanisms; Helicopter Automatic StabiExcludes Gas Detecting Equipment; lization Equipment. Manual Gas Alarms; Chemicals; In Vitro Excludes Automatic Pilot Training DeDiagnostic Substances and Reagents. vices (FSC 6930); and Automatic Pilot Mechanisms, Guided Missile (FSC 6635 Physical Properties Testing and Inspection 1420). Includes Destructive and Nondestructive 6620 Engine Instruments Inspection Equipment such as FluoresNote-Instruments designed for use on cent Penetrant Inspection Units; Magboth engines and other than engines are netic Inspection Units; Industrial X-Ray not included in this class and should be Machines; Industrial X-Ray Film; Tensiclassified in the appropriate instruments ometers; Material Hardness Testers. class of Group 66. Excludes General prupose Measuring Includes All Engine Instruments, includTools (FSC 5210) and Precision Measuring Tools and Inspection Gages (FSC ing Aircraft, Marine, and Vehicular; Fuel 5220). Pressure Gages; Manifold Pressure Gages; Oil Pressure Gages; Fuel Mixture Indicators; Engine Oil and Fuel Warning 6636 Environmental Chambers and Related Equipment Devices. Note This class includes only those environmental chambers used exclu6625 Electrical and Electronic Properties sively to perform controlled tests, under Measuring and Testing Instruments simulated conditions, to determine physiNote-This class includes all basic cal damage and/or changes in operating types of electrical and electronic test incharacteristics for equipments and comstruments, such as ammeters, voltmeponents such as Humidity; Immersion; ters, ohmmeters, multimeters, and similar Moisture; Altitude; Explosion; Thermal instruments, even if specially designed. Shock; Sand and Dust; Flammability; Excluded from this class by the modifier Seal. Environmental chambers included except specially designed are test inin this class provide data regarding serstruments, other than basic instruvice life and behavior of various items ments, which are specially designed for equivalent to actual service conditions use with atomic ordnance, fire control, existing in the field. guided missile, motor vehicle, aircraft, or Includes Chambers; Wind Tunnels; Enphotographic equipment. Such specially designed test instruments are to be clasclosures specifically designed to simulate sified in other classes in the Federal Supan environmental condition; Weatheromply Classification. This class includes eters; Fadeometers; Specially designed communications test equipment, infrared equipment and components exclusively test equipment designed for communicarelated to environmental chambers. tion, and night vision maintenance and Excludes General purpose prefabricated test specialized equipment. buildings, chambers, panels, and compoIncludes Test Leads and Test Lead Atnents (FSC 5410); Controlled Environmental Conditioning Kits and Sets (FSC tachments; Test instruments designed for 4240); Baths (FSC 4510); Ovens (FSC communication equipment; Test instru7310); Kilns (FSC 3630); Radiosonde ments designed for use with electronic Baseline Check Sets (FSC 6660); Divers equipment classified in two or more FSC Recompression Chambers (FSC 4220); groups. Altitude Training Decompression ChamExcludes Radiac Equipment

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bers (FSC 6930); and Chambers used as 6665 Hazard-Detecting Instruments and training devices (FSC 6930); Checkout Apparatus and Test Equipment (FSC 6625); ChemiIncludes Radiac Equipment; Gas Detectcal Analysis Instruments (FSC 6630); ing Equipment; Land Mine Detecting Electrical and Electronic Properties MeaEquipment. suring and Testing Instruments (FSC Excludes Manual Gas Alarms (FSC 6625); and Meteorological Instruments 6350). (FSC 6660). 6670 Scales and Balances 6640 Laboratory Equipment and Supplies Includes Coin Operated, Household, InIncludes Laboratory Glassware; Laboradustrial, Postal, and Laboratory Scales and Balances. tory Funnels; Laboratory Furnaces; Glass Beads; Laboratory White Sand; Litmus Paper; Paper Filters; Insect Transfix- 6675 Drafting, Surveying, and Mapping Instruments ion Pins; Laboratory Glass Wool; LaboraIncludes Drawing Instruments, Drafting tory Furniture, except Dental Laboratory. Tools; Engineering and Architectural Excludes Instruments covered by other Scales; Levels; Transits; Photogrammetclasses in group 66; Dental Laboratory ric Instruments; Astrolabes; Level Rods; Equipment; Laboratory Scales and BalPlane Tables; Surveying Altimeters; Theances; In Vitro Diagnostic Substances odolites. and Reagents. Excludes Surveyors Tapes. 6645 Time Measuring Instruments Includes Clocks; Job Recording Devices; 6680 Liquid and Gas Flow, Liquid Level, and Mechanical Motion Measuring Time Recorders; Time Stamps, Watch Instruments and Clock Movements; Watches. Includes Liquid Level Float Instruments; 6650 Optical Instruments, Test Equipment, Revolution Counters; Speedometers; RoComponents and Accessories tation Measuring Instruments and AppaIncludes Binoculars; Magnifiers; Microratus; Oxygen Flow Indicators; Tachometers, including Engine Tachometers. scopes; Periscopes; Telescopes; Optical Excludes Combination Instruments; Elements; such as Lens, Prisms, Windows; Optical Benches and Associated (FSC 6695); Meteorological Instruments Devices; Endoscopes, Fiber Optics (Non(FSC 6660); and Automatic Control Medical). Valves (FSG 48). Excludes Fire Control Instruments, Optical; Surveying Instruments, Optical; Pho- 6685 Pressure, Temperature, and Humidity Measuring and Controlling Instruments togrammetric Instruments; Octants; and Includes Thermometers, including EnSextants; Optical Instruments Integrated gine Thermometers; Pressure Gages; with Fire Control Equipment; OpthalmoThermocouple Leads; Resistance Bulbs. logical Instruments; Electronic Fiber OpExcludes Clinical Therometers; (FSC tic Test Equipment; Medical Endoscopes. 6515); Thermostatic and Differential 6655 Geophysical Instruments Pressure Switches (FSC 5930); and MeIncludes Geodetic, Oceanographic and teorological Instruments (FSC 6660). Seismographic Instruments. 6695 Combination and Miscellaneous Excludes Telescopes. Instruments Includes Flow-Pressure Instruments; 6660 Meteorological Instruments and Apparatus Taximeters; Dynamometers. Includes Meteorological Ballons; RadioExcludes Dental, Medical, Surgical, and sonde Sets; Radarsonde Sets. Veterinary Instruments.

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6770 Film, Processed Includes Motion Picture Film, Silent and Sound; Still Picture Film. Note-Included are computers (including comExcludes X-Ray Film (Medical class 6525 puter assemblies, computer systems and or Industrial class 6635); Training and components) designed specifically for use Educational Film (FSC 6910); Processed with photographic equipment. Microfilm (FSC 7670). 6710 Cameras, Motion Picture 6780 Photographic Sets, Kits, and Outfits Includes Aerial and Mapping Cameras. Excludes Television Cameras, NonairGROUP 68 borne (FSC 5820); Television Cameras, Chemicals and Chemical Products Airborne (FSC 5821); Video Cameras (FSC 5836). Note-In general, individual nonmedicinal chemical elements and compounds are clas6720 Cameras, Still Picture sified in Class 6810. Combinations (or mixIncludes Aerial, Mapping, Microfilm, Pho- tures) of chemical compounds, or chemicals tocopy, and Studio Cameras. prepared in a particular vehicle (other than Excludes X-Ray Cameras (FSC 6525), water) are generally classified according to and Industrial X-Ray Machine (FSC use, in classes other than 6810. For example, 6635). the chemical compound DDT, is classified in 6810, whereas DDT liquid spray, the insecti6730 Photographic Projection Equipment cide, is classified in 6840-Pest Control Agents Includes Screens; Viewers; Photomap and Disinfectants. Similarly items of supply Projectors; Integrated Viewers/Printer bearing nonchemical names such as and Microform storage and retrieval sysBLEACH; INSECTICIDE, ROACH; and ANTItems. FREEZE are generally classified according to 6740 Photographic Developing and Finishing use, in classes other than 6810, whereas corresponding chemical compounds, such as soEquipment Includes Editing Equipment; Enlargers; dium hypochlorite solution, chlordane, and ethylene glycol are classified in 6810. MediciDriers; Pressers; Printers; Washers. nal chemicals are generally classified in 6505Drugs and Biologicals; in vitro diagnostic sub6750 Photographic Supplies Includes Sensitized Photographic Paper; stances and reagents are classified in 6550-In Special Purpose Photographic Chemi- Vitro Diagnostic Substances, Reagents, Test cals; Unprocessed Film; Photoflash Kits and Sets. Excluded from this group are liquid chemicals designed exclusively for use Lamps. Excludes X-Ray Film (Medical Class as propellant fuels and oxidizers. 6525 or Industrial Class 6635); Electrographic (Facsimile) Paper for direct elec- 6810 Chemicals Includes Naphtha Solvents; Water Softtrostatic printing or copying (FSC 7530). ening Compounds; Tanning Materials, Natural or Synthetic; Dextrines and 6760 Photographic Equipment and Starches; Inedible Gelatins; Acetone; Accessories Propellant Chemicals, Bulk, not SpecialIncludes Light Meters; Tripods; Filters; ized Solely for Guided Missile Use. Range-finders; Photographic Floodlight Excludes Medicinal Chemicals; Gases; Fixtures; Lenses; Specialized PhotoFoundry dextrines; Radiographic and graphic Test Equipment. Photographic Chemicals; In Vitro DiagExcludes Lamps (bulbs) (FSC 6240); nostic Substances and Reagents. Photoflash Lamps (FSC 6750).

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6830 Gases: Compressed and Liquefied 6930 Operation Training Devices Includes Fuel Gases. Includes Link Trainers; Automatic Pilot Excludes Military Chemical Gases; MediTraining Devices; Drift Meter Training Decal Gases; Empty Gas Cylinders and vices; Celestial Navigation Trainers; Dead their caps, valves, and valve spare parts. Reckoning Navigation Trainers; Instrument Flying and Landing Trainers; Terrain 6840 Pest Control Agents and Disinfectants Projection Trainers; All operational trainIncludes Insect Repellents; Fungicides; ing devices except communication and Insecticides; Rodenticides; Weed Killers. armament. Excludes Personal Deodorants. Excludes Training Aids. 6850 Miscellaneous Chemical Specialties 6940 Communication Training Devices Includes Antifogging Compounds; WetIncludes Supersonic Radar Trainers; ting Agents; Etching and Fountain SoluNavigational Radar Trainers; Search and tions for Lithographing; Blanket Repair Detecting Radar Trainers; Code Practice Solutions for Lithographing; Antifreeze. Equipment. Excludes Training Aids. GROUP 69 Training Aids and Devices GROUP 70 Automatic Data Processing Note-Included are computers (including comEquipment (Including Firmware), puter assemblies, computer systems and Software, Supplies and Support components) designed specifically for use as, Equipment or with training aids and devices. 7010 ADPE System Configuration 6910 Training Aids Note-a group of general purpose anaIncludes Mockups; Cutaway Models; log, digital, or hybrid electronic or electroScale Models; Training Films; Training Aid Maps; Navigational Training Aids; Flight mechanical devices that are interconInstrument Training Aids; Aircraft Instrunected to operate as a system. ment Training Aids; Vehicle Training Aids; Frequently referred to as an ADP system, Engine Instrument Training Aids; Hydraualthough the term system is not considlic System Training Aids; Cutaway, ered definitive. Includes an assembly of Mockup, or Sectionalized Ammunition devices consisting of a central processonly; Training Equipment normally used ing unit (CPU) and the necessary in classroom training. input/output devices, accessorial deExcludes Drill, Dummy, Exercise, Pracvices, analog measurement devices, tice, or Simulated Ammunition and Weapsoftware and/or firmware required to perons. form the desired objectives. Also includes sub-assemblies and units in which 6920 Armament Training Devices input/output devices, CPUs, and/or acIncludes Bombing Trainers; Gunnery cessorial devices or components are inTrainers; Tow Targets; Gunnery Targets; corporated into a single assembly or unit. Guided Missile Training Sets. A specially designed device incorporated Excludes Target Drones; Drones for such into a system shall not influence the clasuse as training, surveillance, missile sification of the base assembly or unit. evaluation, and photographic reconnaissance; Atomic Ordnance Training Devices; Training Aids; Drill, Dummy, Exer-

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tical and floptical), tape drive units, termi7020 ADP Central Processing Unit (CPU, nals, data entry devices and transfer Computer), Analog units. Also includes Optical Compact Disk Note-An analog is a representation in (CD) devices used for the storage and one form of a physical condition existing retrieval of data and firmware. in another form (e.g., the level of mercury in a tube represents temperature in a thermometer; the angular position of a 7030 ADP Software Note-Software is a series of instrucneedle represents speed on a speedomtions or statements in a form acceptable eter). This class includes only CPUs that to a CPU, designed to cause the ADPE accept as inputs the electrical equivalent configuration to execute an operation or of physical conditions such as flow, temoperations; or a collection of data in a perature, pressure, angular position or form capable of being processed and opvoltage and perform computations by erated on by a computer. manipulating these electrical equivalents Includes System programs, such as opto produce results for further use. erating systems, assemblers, compilers, executive routines, interpreters, transla7021 ADP Central Processing Unit (CPU, tors; utility programs, such as sort/merge Computer), Digital programs, media conversion, mainteNote-Digital refers to the representanance diagnostic programs; and application of discrete numbers, symbols and tion programs, such as payroll, inventory alphabetic characters by a predetercontrol, and engineering analysis promined, coded combination of electrical grams. impulses. This class includes only CPUs Excludes Software designed to Governthat accept information represented by ment specifications to satisfy the requiredigital impulses. Specifically, a device caments of a particular user or for use with pable of performing sequences of arithADPE properly classifiable in an FSG metic and logic operations (a program) other than FSG 70. Also excludes operatnot only on data but also on the program ing manuals and programmers manuals which is contained in its internal memory properly classified in FSG 76. (storage) without intervention of an operator. 7035 ADP Support Equipment Note This class includes various de7022 ADP Central Processing Unit (CPU, vices and associated control units which Computer), Hybrid are designed for use in combination or Note-Hybrid refers to a combination of conjunction with an ADPE configuration analog and digital capability as defined in but are not part of the configuration itself. Classes 7020 and 7021 with conversion ADP support equipment includes magcapability required for intercommunicanetic tape testing, certifying, and cleaning tion. equipment; disk pack testing, certifying 7025 ADP Input/Output and Storage Devices and cleaning equipment; tape equipment, Note This class includes devices used rewinders, splicers, spoolers and card reto control and transfer information to and conditioners. Included in this class are from a Computer (as modified). The input complete units and components of redevice is used for transferring data and lated general purpose commercially instructions into a computer. The output available support equipment which are device is used to transfer results of pronot specifically designed for use as part cessing by the computer to ADP periphof a system such as a weapon system, eral devices. Input/output devices comcontrol system, digital image processing bine the above functions in the same system, missile system, communication device. This class includes printers, dissystem or navigation system. Also inplay units, disk drive units (magnetic, opcluded are support control systems and

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components not specifically designed for use with process control such as automatic machine tool processing operations in which flow, pressure, temperature or other parameters are controlled by instrument regulations in automatic machine tool and process operations. 7040 Punched Card Equipment Includes Collating machines, key punch machines, tabulating machines; verifiers; reproducers; summary punches, sorters; interpreters. Excludes Card actuated machines designed for use with an ADPE system.

will govern the classification of those items permitted classification in a single class only. GROUP 71 Furniture 7105 Household Furniture Includes Bedsprings, Open Style (Allmetallic); Folding Chairs; Camp Furniture; Mirrors, Wall Mounting and Furniture Types; Smoking Stands. Excludes Hospital Beds and Bedsprings; Ash Trays; Mattresses; Bedsprings, Box Style (Fabric Covered).

7042 Mini and Micro Computer Control 7110 Office Furniture Devices Includes Filing Cabinets; Safes; Post OfIncludes Mini or micro computers used as fice Furniture; School Furniture; Blackcontrol mechanisms where computer boards. technology is essential in controlling, Excludes Dental X-Ray Film Protective monitoring, measuring, and directing proSafes; Visible Record Equipment. cesses, devices, instruments or other equipment. Excludes Mini and micro computer con- 7125 Cabinets, Lockers, Bins, and Shelving Includes Kitchen Cabinets; Sectional trol devices which are designed specifiShelving. cally for use in and/or integral to higher Excludes Foot Lockers; Filing Cabinets. order systems, e.g., aircraft fire control systems, numerically controlled machine tools, sequence controlled printing equip- 7195 Miscellaneous Furniture and Fixtures Includes Stone, Clay, and Concrete Furment, motion measuring instruments, ofniture; Auditorium and Theater Furniture; fice information system equipment, and Library Furniture; Cashier Stands. the like. 7045 ADP Supplies GROUP 72 Note This class includes ADP tape seal Household and Commercial bands, reels and hubs, carrying cases, Furnishings and Appliances canisters, and the like. Also includes all nonrecorded magnetic recording media 7210 Household Furnishings designed to be used with ADP equipIncludes Household Furnishings of Texment, such as magnetic tape, removable tiles, Plastics, Paper, Rubber, and other disk packs, magnetic cards, cassettes, materials; Sheets, Pillows, Blankets, and and diskettes. Also includes Optical Disks other Bedding; Insect Bars; Tablecloths; used for the storage of data. Towels; Steamer Rugs; Mattresses; Bedsprings, Box style (Fabric Covered); Bed7050 ADP Components spring and Mattress Sets. Note-This class includes ADP CompoExcludes Floor Coverings; Curtains; nent Assemblies that are parts of analog, Draperies; Paper Napkins; Paper Doilies; digital or hybrid data processing devices. Bedsprings, Open Style (All-Metallic). Excluded from the class are items for which more specific classifications are suitable. The FSC structure and indexes

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7220 Floor Coverings 7320 Kitchen Equipment and Appliances Includes Linoleum; Rubber and Asphalt Includes Dishwashing Machines; Food Tile; Carpets; Rugs; Rug Pads. Slicing Machines; Food Mixers; Utility Excludes Vehicular Floor Mats. Carts Specially designed for use in Kitchen and Dining Area. 7230 Draperies, Awnings, and Shades Excludes Sinks; Serving Carts (see Includes Curtains; Specialized Hardware Class 7310 for Food Serving Carts). and Fittings for Curtains, Draperies, Venetian Blinds, and Window Shades. 7330 Kitchen Hand Tools and Utensils Includes Pots; Pans; Can Openers; Grat7240 Household and Commercial Utility ers; Food Mashers; Cleavers; Vacuum Containers Bottles and Jugs. Includes Refuse Cans; Sprinkling Cans; Excludes Utensils with Integral Heating Clothes Hampers; Household Basket; Units; Knives; Forks; Spoons. Fabric Utility Containers. 7340 Cutlery and Flatware 7290 Miscellaneous Household and Includes Knives; Forks; Spoons; Hunting Commercial Furnishings and Knives. Appliances Includes Fireplace Sets; Vases and Urns; 7350 Tableware Household Sewing Machines. Includes China and Earthenware; Glassware; Paper Plates and Cups. GROUP 73 7360 Sets, Kits, Outfits and Modules, Food Food Preparation and Serving Preperation and Serving Equipment 7310 Food Cooking, Baking, and Serving GROUP 74 Equipment Office Machines, Text Processing Note-This class includes warming Systems and Visible Record and/or chilling equipment used for the Equipment display and serving of food. Includes Warming and/or Chilling Tables, 7420 Accounting and Calculating Machines Stationary and Portable; Serving Carts; Includes Accounting and adding maField and Mobile Baking Ovens;Toasters; chines and electronic calculators. Waffle Irons; Grills; Special Aircraft, MaExcludes Punched card system marine, and Railway Type Food Cooking chines; Machines or devices that can be Equipment; Utensils with Integral Heating applied to a variety of problems by the Units; Cafeteria Type Display Cases and internal execution of a series of instrucShowcases; Soda Fountains; Milk, Soda, tions, not limited to specific keystroke and/or Ice Cream Dispensers; Cold Food functions, but controlled by a general purCounters; Combination Heatedpose data processing language. Refrigerated Food Serving Equipment; Carbonators; and other types of refriger- 7430 Typewriters and Office Type ated food serving and display equipment Composing Machines commonly used in cafeterias, mess hall Includes Typewriters and office type comkitchens, and the like. posing machines with built-in Excludes Carts other than Serving; Comelectric/electronic functions such as margins, headings, tabs, centering and remissary or Food Store Type Refrigeration lated actions. Equipment; Commercial Household, or Excludes Typewriters and office type Professional and Scientific Refrigerators; Drinking Fountains; (see Class 4110 for composing machines which are designed items excluded from Class 7310). primarily for use as a component of an

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ADPE system or that are user programmable, and that can be applied to a variety of applications by the internal execution of a series of instructions, not limited to specific keystroke functions, but controlled by some form of general purpose data processing language.

chines; Mailing Machines, Currency Handling Machines. Excludes Pencil Sharpeners; Staplers, Office Type; Duplicating Equipment. GROUP 75 Office Supplies and Devices

7435 Office Information System Equipment 7510 Office Supplies Includes Minicomputer and microcomIncludes Crayons; Erasers; File Holders; puter controlled systems specifically deWriting Ink; Printing Ink; Paper Fasteners; signed for user programmable processPencils; Penholders and Pen Points; Ruling of the office information application; ers, Office Type; Art Supplies; Tape, PresConnected peripheral equipment; Autosure Sensitive Adhesive. matic repetitive typewriters; Text editing Excludes Office Devices; Fountain Pens; typewriters and video display text editing Artists Brushes; Paper Stationery; typewriters. Record Forms; Mechanical Pencils. Excludes General purpose ADPE which is designed primarily to be applied 7520 Office Devices and Accessories through the internal execution of a series Includes Copyholders; Fountain Pens of instructions, not limited to specific keyand Pen Desk Sets; Pencil Sharpeners; stroke functions, but controlled by a genPaper Punches; Staplers, Office Type; eral purpose data processing language, Artists Accessories, such as Easels, Airto process a variety of applications such brushes; Slide Rules. as financial management, logistics, scientific, communications, and the like. 7530 Stationery and Record Forms Includes Business Forms; Record Books; 7450 Office Type Sound Recording and Surveyors Computation Forms; Electric Reproducing Machines Accounting Machine (EAM) Cards; Includes Dictating Machines; TranscribForms approved for use within individual ing Machines; Combination Dictating and government activities. Transcribing Machines. Excludes Standard forms approved for Excludes Communication Type Sound government-wide use. Recording and Reproducing Machines. 7540 Standard Forms 7460 Visible Record Equipment Includes Only those standard forms apIncludes Manually operated and power proved for government-wide use by the operated visible record equipment; visible government activities empowered to do index files, rotary and stationary; speso (such as the U.S. Bureau of the Budget cially designed components, such as and the U.S. General Accounting Office, Wire and Bar Pockets, Cover Plates, Stop and similar organizations in other NATO Wires, and Channel Stops; Control countries). Boards; Binder Racks; devices and sysExcludes Forms approved for use within tems designed to automatically store and individual government activities. retrieve hard copy documents. For those microform automatic retrieval systems that contain an integral viewer or GROUP 76 view/printer, see Class 6730. Books, Maps, and Other Publications 7490 Miscellaneous Office Machines 7610 Books and Pamphlets Includes Addressing Machines; Check Includes Technical and Nontechnical Handling Machines; Coin Counting MaBooks and Pamphlets; Regulations; In-

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struction Manuals; Technical Orders. 7730 Phonographs, Radios, and Television Excludes Sheet and Book Music; PeriodiSets: Home Type cals; Bibles. Note-This class includes only complete home-type phonographs, complete 7630 Newspapers and Periodicals home-type radios, and complete hometype television sets. End items, assem7640 Maps, Atlases, Charts, and Globes blies, parts, attachments, or accessories Excludes Training Aid Maps for use in or on the above are classified in classes other than this class. 7641 Aeronautical Maps, Charts and Includes Combination Sets. Geodetic Products Excludes Coin Operated Phonographs; Wire and Tape Recorders. 7642 Hydrographic Maps, Charts and Geodetic Products 7735 Parts and Accessories of 7643 Topographic Maps, Charts and Geodetic Products 7644 Digital Maps, Charts and Geodetic Products 7650 Drawings and Specifications Includes Federal, Military, and Departmental Specifications. 7660 Sheet and Book Music Excludes Hymnbooks. 7670 Microfilm, Processed Phonographs, Radios, and Television Set: Home Type Includes: Remote Control Handsets Excludes: Batteries (FSC 6135/6140), Charger, Battery (FSC 6130), Headset (FSC 5965), Microphone (FSC 5965), Power Adapter/Supply (FSC 6130), and Speakers (FSC 5965) 7740 Phonograph Records Excludes Training Aid Records. GROUP 78 Recreational and Athletic Equipment

7690 Miscellaneous Printed Matter 7810 Athletic and Sporting Equipment Includes Decals; Printed Posters; Printed Includes Baseball Equipment; BasketLabels. balls; Boxing Gloves; Fencing Masks; Excludes Sheet and Book Music. Fishing Tackle, except Commercial; Handballs; Shin Guards, Hockey. GROUP 77 Excludes Athletic and Sports Clothing. Musical Instruments, Phonographs, and Home-Type Radios 7820 Games, Toys, and Wheeled Goods Includes Baby Carriages; Checkers; Doll 7710 Musical Instruments Carriages; Dolls; Playing Cards; VelociNote-This class includes only complete pedes; Handicraft Kits, not elsewhere musical instruments. Assemblies, parts, classifiable. attachments, or accessories for use in or on musical instruments are classified in 7830 Recreational and Gymnastic classes other than this class. Equipment Excludes Phonographs; Radios; TeleviIncludes Slides; Swings; Amusement sion Sets. Park and Shooting Gallery Equipment; Play Yard and Playground Equipment; Bil7720 Musical Instrument Parts and liard and Pool Tables and Equipment; Accessories Gymnasium Equipment. Includes Instrument Cases; Music Stands; Tuning Forks.

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GROUP 79 Cleaning Equipment and Supplies

8040 Adhesives Includes Glue; Mucilage; Sizes; Adhesive Cements.

7910 Floor Polishers and Vacuum Cleaning Equipment GROUP 81 Includes Domestic and Industrial Vacuum Containers, Packaging, and Packing Cleaning Equipment; Carpet Sweepers. Supplies Excludes Self-propelled and Trailer Mounted Vacuum Cleaners. Note-A chest, case, box, roll, bag, or other container, when specifically designed for 7920 Brooms, Brushes, Mops, and Sponges housing of a set, kit, outfit, or individual item Includes Squeegees; Whisk Brooms. (with or without attachments or spares), for its Excludes Hair Brushes; Toothbrushes; protection when not in use, or for the convePaint and Artists Brushes. nience of the user, is classified in the same class as the item or items for which designed, 7930 Cleaning and Polishing Compounds or in such other class as is appropriate. Howand Preparations ever, when the chest, case, box, roll, bag, or Includes Scouring Powders; Washing other container is primarily a shipping conCompounds; Detergents; Nontoilet tainer, it is classified in Group 81. Soaps; Automobile and Household Polishes and Waxes. 8105 Bags and Sacks Excludes Shaving Soap; Toilet Soap; Includes Shipping and Protective EnveAbrasive Polishing Compounds; Metal lopes; Liners for Bags and Sacks; Textile Finishing Abrasives; Surgical Detergents. and Paper Laminated Shipping Bags; Closures for Bags and Sacks. GROUP 80 Brushes, Paints, Sealers, and 8110 Drums and Cans Adhesives Includes Barrels; Kegs; Shipping and Storage Pails; Collapsible Tubes; Mailing 8010 Paints, Dopes, Varnishes, and Related and Filing Tubes; Closures for Drums and Products Cans. Includes Water Paints; Oil Paints and Latex; Driers; Paint Primers; Lacquers; Paint 8115 Boxes, Cartons, and Crates Includes Shoe Boxes; Beer Cases; Pill Sealers; Pigments for Coloring; Stains; Turpentine; Paint Removers. Boxes; Piano Cases; Engine Boxes; Excludes Acetone, Wood and Wall Fillers. Bombsight Boxes. Excludes Special boxes, packages, and 8020 Paint and Artists Brushes containers designed primarily for shipExcludes Airbrushes. ping, storage, and handling of ammunition, nuclear ordnance, explosives, 8030 Preservative and Sealing Compounds guided missiles, military chemical Includes Fire Resistant Compounds; Waagents; and repairable/reusable containter Resistant Compounds; Weather Reers specially designed for specialized sistant Compounds; Belt Dressing; Antiequipment such as the Shipping and seize Compounds; Calking and Glazing Storage Container for components of Compounds; Putties; Wood and Metal aircraft, space vehicles, automotive veFillers. hicles, ships, ground communication Excludes Food Preservative Comequipment. pounds.

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8120 Commercial and Industrial Gas 8145 Specialized Shipping and Storage Cylinders Containers Note-This class includes empty comNote-This class includes only reusable mercial and industrial gas cylinders and and repairable containers specially detheir caps, valves, and valve spare parts. signed for shipping and storage of speExcludes Filled gas cylinders and items cialized equipment; i.e., shipping and related to gaseous and liquefied gaseous storage containers for components of airdispensing systems, both mobile and incraft, space vehicles, automotive vestalled. All components of installed gas hicles, ships, ground communication dispensing systems are classified by apequipment, etc. plication or function with the end Includes Specially designed components equipment for which designed. (not elsewhere classifiable) peculiar to special shipping and storage containers 8125 Bottles and Jars as delimited under this class. Includes Shipping Jugs and Carboys; Excludes General purpose containers; Ampoules. specially designed containers for ammunition, nuclear ordnance, explosives, mili8130 Reels and Spools tary chemical agents and guided missile components. Excluded from this class 8135 Packaging and Packing Bulk Materials are items for which more specific classifiIncludes Wrapping Paper; Moisture Vacations are suitable. The FSC Indexes por Barrier Paper; Excelsior; Wadding for and Structure will govern the classificaPacking; Corrugated Paper; Baling tion of those items permitted classificaBands, Baling Ties; Shipping Tags; tion in a single class only. Gummed Paper Tape; Separators; Box Liners; Packaging Staples; Baling Wire; GROUP 83 Preformed Cushioning Inserts. Textiles, Leather, Furs, Apparel and Excludes Adhesives; Aluminum Foil other Shoe Findings, Tents and Flags than for food handling and processing. 8305 Textile Fabrics 8140 Ammunition and Nuclear Ordnance Note-This class includes only textiles in Boxes, Packages and Special bulk. Excluded from this class are items Containers that are precut or preformed, thus limiting Note-This class includes only containtheir usefulness to specific applications. ers and fittings which are specifically deSuch items are classified in the same signed for the storage, handling, and class as the item or items for which deshipping of ammunition, explosives, and signed, or in such other class as is appromilitary chemical agents. priate. Includes All shipping and storage conIncludes Canvas Materials; Plastic Fabtainers specially designed for guided misrics; Felt Materials; Netting, Plastic and siles, major missile sections, missile warTextile; Oilcloth; Textile Scrap. heads, and other guided missile Excludes Carpeting. components. Excludes General Purpose Containers, Shipping and storage 8310 Yarn and Thread reusable/repairable containers specially 8315 Notions and Apparel Findings designed for components of aircraft, Includes Buttons; Dressmakers Pins; space vehicles, automotive vehicles, Needles; Shoulder Pads; Embroideries; ships, and ground communication equipStamped Art Goods for Embroidery and ment. Art Needlework; Hair Nets; Sewing Kits.

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Excludes Yarn; Thread; General Purpose Buckles. 8320 Padding and Stuffing Materials Includes Feathers and Downs, Processed; Spanish Moss, Processed; Cotton Wadding and Batting; Kapok. Excludes Feathers and Downs, Unprocessed.

GROUP 84 Clothing, Individual Equipment, and Insignia Note-Where applicable, clothing items which are intended for use by both men and women are classified in the appropriate mens class. 8405 Outerwear, Mens Includes Uniforms, Military and Nonmilitary; Civilian Outerwear; Headwear; Work Clothing (Ordinary Nonsafety); Shirts; Trousers; Coats. Excludes Items included in other classes such as Special Purpose Clothing; Helmets, Steel and Plastic; Safety Clothing; Handwear; Footwear.

8325 Fur Materials Note-This class includes only fur materials in bulk. Excluded from this class are items that are precut or preformed, thus limiting their usefulness to specific applications. Such items are classified in the same class as the item or items for which designed, or in such other class as is 8410 Outerwear, Womens appropriate. Includes Uniforms, Military and NonmiliIncludes Crosses; Sacs; Fur Plates; Fur tary; Civilian Outerwear; Headwear; Work Mats. Clothing (Ordinary Nonsafety); Shirts; Skirts; Blouses. 8330 Leather Excludes Items included in other classes Includes Garment Leather; Patent such as Special Purpose Clothing; HelLeather; Glove Leather; Shoe Leather; mets, Steel and Plastic; Safety Clothing; Upholstery Leather; Industrial Leather. Handwear; Footwear. Excludes Belting; Shoe Findings. 8335 Shoe Findings and Soling Materials Includes Counters; Taps; Shoe Laces; Lasts and Last Sole Patterns; Ornamental Shoe Buckles and Bows. 8340 Tents and Tarpaulins Note-Fitted covers which are specifically designed for use on or with specific individual types of equipment are excluded from this class and are to be classified in the same classes as the items for which they are designed, or in such other classes as are appropriate. Includes Tent Pins; Tent Poles; Multiple purpose covers of woven or unwoven fabrics, not for permanent installation. 8345 Flags and Pennants Includes Signalling Flags; Flagstaffs; Signal Shapes; Flagpoles; Flagstaff Trucks; Speed Cones; Flagstaff Belts; Semaphore Flags. 8415 Clothing, Special Purpose Note-This class includes conventional winter, summer, and intermediate flight clothing ensembles and their components. Excluded from this class are specialized antiexposure, antigravity, partial pressure, and full pressure, flight ensembles and their specialized components. Includes Special Purpose Headwear, including Helmets, except Ballistic Protective; Safety and Protective Clothing; Athletic Clothing; Safety, Combat, Protective, and Work Gloves; Submarine Deck Exposure Clothing; Flight Clothing Components designed for use with both Specialized and Conventional Ensembles. Excludes Sporting and Athletic Gloves; Athletic Footwear; Safety Footwear; Personal Armor; Special Hospital and Surgical Clothing. Excludes special purpose clothing wherein the primary purpose is ballistic resistant protection. This class will include common use components of

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both ballistic and conventional end items. 8470 Armor, Personal Includes Clothing specially designed for 8420 Underwear and Nightwear, Mens use as personal armor. Excludes All specialized flight clothing 8425 Underwear and Nightwear, Womens and accessories which may contain balIncludes Corsets; Girdles. listic resistant properties as a secondary function. Excludes special purpose cloth8430 Footwear, Mens ing wherein the primary function is for Includes Rubber Footwear; Athletic Footpurposes other than ballistic protection wear; Safety Footwear; Submarine Deck Exposure Footwear. 8475 Specialized Flight Clothing and Accessories 8435 Footwear, Womens Includes Specialized Antiexposure, AntiIncludes Rubber Footwear; Athletic Footgravity, Partial Pressure, and Full Preswear; Safety Footwear. sure Ensembles, and Specialized Components therefor, including 8440 Hoisery, Handwear, and Clothing Unpressurized Protective Helmets, Eye Accessories, Mens Protective Devices, and items with Sound Includes Handkerchiefs; Suspenders; Attenuating Features. Garters; Belts; Dress Handwear; LegExcludes Conventional Winter, Summer, gings, Nonsafety Type. and Intermediate Flight Clothing Ensembles, and Components therefor; 8445 Hoisery, Handwear, and Clothing Components designed for use with both Accessories, Womens Specialized and Conventional Flight Includes Handkerchiefs; Garters; Belts; Clothing Ensembles. Neckerchiefs; Handbags; Dress Handwear; Leggings, Nonsafety Type. GROUP 85 Toiletries 8450 Childrens and Infants Apparel and Accessories Includes Footwear; Outerwear; Head- Note-Excluded from this group are medicated wear; Handwear; Underwear; Nightwear. cosmetics and toiletries that have been determined to be drugs in accordance with the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act. For 8455 Badges and Insignia Note-This class includes only items medicated cosmetics and toiletries, see Class 6508. worn or carried on the person. Excludes Nonpersonal Insignia. 8510 Perfumes, Toilet Preparations, and Powders 8460 Luggage Includes Colognes; Cosmetics; DeodorIncludes Foot Lockers; Brief Cases; ants; Depilatories; Toilet Waters. Trunks; Suitcases. Excludes Duffel Bags; Musette Bags 8520 Toilet Soap, Shaving Preparations, and Dentifrices 8465 Individual Equipment Includes Toothpaste; Shaving Soap. Includes Musette Bags; Duffel Bags; AmExcludes Medicated Soaps. munition Belts; Pistol Belts; Handcuffs; Packboards; Sleeping Bags; Knapsacks; 8530 Personal Toiletry Articles Hikers Packs; Sunglasses; Skis; SnowIncludes Hair Brushes; Nail Brushes; Nail shoes; Swords with Scabbards. Files; Toothbrushes; Manicure and PediExcludes Toilet Articles; Mess Gear; Fabcure Implements; Razors and Blades. ric Utility Containers. Excludes Dental Floss.

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8540 Toiletry Paper Products 8920 Bakery and Cereal Products Includes Facial Tissues; Paper Toilet Seat Includes Flour; Prepared Flour; Prepared Covers; Toilet Paper; Paper Napkins; DoiCereals; Macaroni. lies. Excludes Towel Dispensers; Paper Plates 8925 Sugar, Confectionery, and Nuts Includes Candy; Chewing Gum; Honey; and Cups. Maple Syrup. GROUP 87 Agricultural Supplies 8930 Jams, Jellies, and Preserves

8935 Soups and Bouillons 8710 Forage and Feed Includes Hay; Manufactured Feed; Straw; 8940 Special Dietary Foods and Food Zoological Animal Food. Specialty Preparations Includes Infant Foods; Potato Chips; Pre8720 Fertilizers pared Pie and Cake Fillings. Includes Natural and Synthetic Fertilizers; Peat Moss; Animal Manures. 8945 Food, Oils and Fats 8730 Seeds and Nursery Stock Includes Cut Flowers. GROUP 88 Live Animals 8810 Live Animals, Raised for Food 8820 Live Animals, Not Raised for Food GROUP 89 Subsistence 8960 Beverages, Nonalcoholic Includes Soft Drinks; Ice. 8950 Condiments and Related Products Includes Salad Dressings; Spices; Seasonings; Flavoring Extracts;Yeast; Olives. 8955 Coffee, Tea, and Cocoa Includes Postum; Yerba Mate; Chicory.

8965 Beverages, Alcoholic Includes Beer; Whisky; Wine; Liqueur. Excludes Sacramental Wine and Medicinal grade Brandy, Whisky, and Wine. Note-Subsistance items which are specifically prepared for dietetic use are classified in Class 8940. Nondietetic foods, even though 8970 Composite Food Packages Includes Ration Packs and Emergency they bear the same approved item names as Rations; Care Packages. corresponding dietetic foods, are classified in Classes other than 8940. 8975 Tobacco Products Includes Snuff; Cigarettes; Cigars. 8905 Meat, Poultry, and Fish Includes Game Birds; Shellfish; Sausage Casings. GROUP 91 Fuels, Lubricants, Oils, and Waxes

8910 Dairy Foods and Eggs Includes Ice Cream; Frozen Custards; Ice 9110 Fuels, Solid Includes Ration Heating Tablets; CordCream Mixes; Rennet; Milk Sherbets; wood; Charcoal; Briquettes; Coke. Ices. Excludes Peat. 8915 Fruits and Vegetables Includes Baked Beans; Juices.

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9130 Liquid Propellants and Fuels, 9160 Miscellaneous Waxes, Oils, and Fats Petroleum Base Includes Animal, Vegetable, and PetroNote-This class includes liquid propelleum Waxes; Wool Grease (Lanolin); Tallants with more than 50 percent or higher low; Marine Oils; Coconut Oil; Soap petroleum content. Stock; Essential Oils, except USP or NF grades. Includes All Aviation Gasoline; JP-1, 3, 4, Excludes Edible Fats and Oils; Houseand 5 Jet Fuel; Combat Vehicle and Auhold and Automobile Waxes. tomotive Gasoline (all types and grades); Liquid Propellants, Bulk; Liquid Propellants, predetermined to specific quantity GROUP 93 and quality, packaged in reusable conNonmetallic Fabricated Materials tainers. Excludes Solid Propellants; Liquid Pro- 9310 Paper and Paperboard pellants, encased in consumable conIncludes Book Paper Stock; Newsprint; tainers, for insertion into missile propulPaperboard; Bulk Paper Materials. sion systems as integral parts. Excludes Corrugated Paper; Wrapping Paper; Building Board; Insulating Board; 9135 Liquid Propellant Fuels and Oxidizers, Stationery; Construction Paper; Paper Chemical Base Towels; Facial Tissues; Blank Books; Note-This class includes liquid propelContainers; Shipping and Identification lants with more than 50 percent or higher Tags. chemical content. Includes Liquid chemicals designed ex- 9320 Rubber Fabricated Materials clusively for use as propellant fuels and Includes Natural and Synthetic Rubber oxidizers; Liquid Propellants, Bulk; Liquid Fabricated Materials, such as Rubber Propellants, predetermined to specific Sheets, Structural Rubber Shapes, quantity and quality, packaged in reusStrips. able containers. Excludes Multiple-use chemicals, such 9330 Plastics Fabricated Materials as Nitrogen, Technical; Ammonia, TechniIncludes Cellulose Acetate and other cal; Furfuryl Alcohol, Technical; Aniline, plastics; Bars, Rods, Sheets, and Strips. Technical; Solid Propellants; Liquid ProExcludes Cable, Fiber Optic. pellants, encased in consumable containers, for insertion into missile propul- 9340 Glass Fabricated Materials sion systems as integral parts. Includes Glass Rods, Bars, and Tubing; Optical Glass Blanks; Structural and 9140 Fuel Oils Building Glass; Glass Blocks. Includes Light Burner Fuels; Diesel FuExcludes Insulators (FSC 5970); Ophels; Kerosine; Military Specification Type thalmic Glass Blanks (FSC 6540); and Residuals; Special and Heavy Grade TurCable, Fiber Optics (FSCs 6015 and bine Vessel Propulsion Fuels; Federal 6615). Specification Heavy Burner Fuels; Bunker C Commercial Grade Fuel; Heavy 9350 Refractories and Fire Surfacing Fuel and other Black (Boiler Type) Fuels; Materials Illuminating Oils. 9390 Miscellaneous Fabricated Nonmetallic 9150 Oils and Greases: Cutting, Lubricating, Materials and Hydraulic Includes Cork Fabricated Basic MateriIncludes Petrolatum, except USP. als; Asbestos Fabricated Materials; Manufactured Mica; Minerals for scientific Excludes Rust Preventive Compounds; and technical use (cut but not mounted); Antiseizing Compounds; Petrolatum, Pottery Supplies; Catgut and Wormgut; USP.

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Vegetable Brush Fibers; Bagasse. GROUP 94 Nonmetallic Crude Materials

9410 Crude Grades of Plant Materials Includes Flavoring Materials; Crude Drugs of Plant-Origin; Crude Materials for 9515 Plate, Sheet, Strip, Foil, and Leaf Perfume; Tobacco, Unmanufactured. Note-This class contains bulk material only. Specially designed items should be 9420 Fibers: Vegetable, Animal, and placed in a more appropriate class. The Synthetic items covered by this class are all similar Includes Cotton, Wool, Silk, Horsehair, in that they are flat, generally rolled metal, Rayon, and Nylon Fibers. the difference is covered by dsimensional parameters in the item name definition. 9430 Miscellaneous Crude Animal Products, Includes Armor Plate; Black Plate; Floor Inedible Plate; Leaf; Perforated Sheet and Strip; Includes Feathers and Downs, UnprocShim Stock. essed; Ivory; Bristles; Hides and Fur Excludes Bale Ties (FSC 8135); Baling Skins, Crude. Bands (FSC 8135); Mending Plates (FSC 5340); Mounting Plates (FSC 5340); T 9440 Miscellaneous Crude Agricultural and Plates (FSC 5340). Forestry Products Includes Cereal Grains; Sugar Crops; 9520 Structural Shapes Crude Rubber. Note-This class contains bulk material only. Specially designed items should be 9450 Nonmetallic Scrap, Except Textile placed in a more appropriate class. This class includes items usually used in buildGROUP 95 ing, bridge and similar construction, such Metal Bars, Sheets, and Shapes as, I beams, angles, and the like. Includes Bar Size Shapes (under 3 9505 Wire, Nonelectrical inches); Metal Piles and Piling; Angles; Note- This class contains bulk material Channels; Tees; Zees. only. Specially designed items should be Excludes Plate, Sheet and Strip Materiplaced in a more appropriate class. Wire als (FSC 9515). is a thin, flexible, continuous length of metal, usually of circular cross-section. 9525 Wire, Nonelectrical, Nonferrous Base Includes Bulk Nonelectrical Wire Metal Excludes Wire having electrical resistivity Excludes Wire having electrical resistivity or conductivity rating (FSC 6145). or conductivity rating. 9510 Bars and Rods 9530 Bars and Rods, Nonferrous Base Metal Note This class contains bulk material only. Specially designed items should be 9535 Plate, Sheet, Strip, and Foil; placed in a more appropriae class. a. Nonferrous Base Metal Bars are elongated pieces of metal of Includes Leaf; Perforated Sheet and simple uniform cross-sections usually Strips. rectangular, circular, or hexagonal produced by forging or hot-rolling, also 9540 Structural Shapes, Nonferrous Base known as barstock. b. Rods are thin round Metal metal bar, differentiated by dimensional Includes Angles; Channels; Tees; Zees.

parameters, listed in the item name definition. Includes Metal Bars and Rods Excludes Muck Bar (FSC 9640); Rods for Wire (FSC 9640); Sheet Bar (FSC 9640); Threaded Rods (FSC 5306); Grooved Rod (FSC 5340).

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9545 Plate, Sheet, Strip, Foil, and Wire: Precious Metal Includes Bars; Leaf; Ribbon; Rods; Tubing. Excludes Precious Metals for dental use. GROUP 96 Ores, Minerals, and Their Primary Products 9610 Ores Note-Only bulk material will be identified in this class. Ores are a naturally occurring material from which economically valuable minerals can be obtained. Includes Bauxite; Ferrous Ores; Lead Ores; Precious Metal Ores; Radioactive Metal Ores; Zinc Ores.

ther manufacturing processes to its final, usable state. Includes Ingots; Pigs; Billets; Blooms; Muck Bar; Rods for Wire; Sheet Bar; Skelp; Tube Rounds. 9650 Nonferrous Base Metal Refinery and Intermediate Forms Note-Only Bulk material will be identified in this class. a. Refinery Forms are raw unfinished ingots, pigs, that require refinement to be usable. b. Intermediate forms are primary products that have been refined to a state that requires further manufacturing processes to its final, usable state. Includes Ingots; Slabs. 9660 Precious Metals Primary Forms Note-Only bulk material will be identified in this class. Primary Forms are raw unfinished ingots, pigs, that require refinement to be usable and are made of precious metals. Includes Bullion; Ingot.

9620 Minerals, Natural and Synthetic Note-Only bulk material will be identified in this class. Minerals are naturally occurring substances with a characteristic chemical composition that can be expressed by a formula. Includes Clays and other Earths; Mica; 9670 Iron and Steel Scrap Asbestos; Crude Petroleum; Graphite. Excludes Gravel (FSC 5610); Sand (FSC 9680 Nonferrous Scrap 5610); Abrasives (FSC 5350); Refractory Clays (FSC 9350). GROUP 99 Miscellaneous 9630 Additive Metal Materials Note-Only bulk material will be identified in this class. Additive metal materials 9905 Signs, Advertising Displays, and Identification Plates are those which are added to metals to Includes Electric Signs; Sign Boards; Disimprove their characteristics as required (e.g., lead added to steel to improve the play Stands; Mannequins and other dismachinability). play forms; Printed Signs; General PurIncludes Alloying Additives (Aluminum, pose Identification Tags and Blanks, Antimony, Copper, and Others). Nonpersonal; Plates and Tags for specific Excludes Fuel Inhibiting Additives (FSC applications. 6850). 9910 Jewelry 9640 Iron and Steel Primary and Includes Jewelers Findings; Precious Semifinished Products Stones, Cut; Costume Jewelry; Natural Note-Only bulk material will be identiGems and Ornamental Stones, Cut. fied in this class. a. Primary products are Excludes Watches; Clocks; Tableware; raw unfinished ingots, pigs, that require Scientific Instruments; Toilet Articles; refinement to be usable. b. Semi-finished Smokers Articles; Industrial Diamonds. items are primary products that have been refined to a state that requires fur-

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9915 Collectors and/or Historical Items ices; Patens; Altar Cloths; Ecclesiastical Includes Antiques; Artifacts; Coins; Statuary; Sacramental Wine. Stamps; Rare Books; Works of Art, Collectors and/or Historical Gems; Jewelry, 9930 Memorials; Cemeterial and Mortuary and Cut Precious Stones; Natural History Equipment and Supplies Items. Includes Grave Markers; Burial Vaults; Burial Urns; Caskets; Burial Boxes; Mor9920 Smokers Articles and Matches ticians Supplies; Monuments; Gasket Includes Cigarette Lighters; Lighter Fluid; Shipping Cases. Pipe Reamers; Ash Trays; Tobacco HumiExcludes Hearses; Mortuary Refrigeradors; Packaged Cigarette Paper. tors. Excludes Ash receivers and lighters specifically designed for installation in or on 9999 Miscellaneous Items equipment. Includes only those items which cannot conceivably be classified in any existing 9925 Ecclesiastical Equipment, Furnishings, classes and Supplies Includes Vestments; Altars; Communion Sets; Ecclesiastical Candelabra; Chal-

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