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ISO 10327:2014 pdf free

ISO 10327:2014 pdf free.Air cargo – Main deck containers – Design and testing
The mostly used method for this purpose is applying for a TSO/CTSO/ETSO/TSO C90d Technical Standard Order authorization in reference to ISO/PAS 21100 (containers certified prior to 2012 were approved under TSO C90c in reference to ISO 8097). In special instances, other approval methods can be used. Airworthiness approval procedures and requirements shall, in any event, be in accordance with CCAR/EASA/14 CFR Part 21 Regulations.
The materials and processes selected shall provide for maximum service life by givingconsideration to the extremely hard usage to which the container will be subjected. All metal parts shall be suitably protected against corrosion. AIll non-metallic liquid absorbent materials shall be sealed or treated to prevent liquid absorption. Materials shall be fire resistant per 4.3.2 and shall withstand environmental degradation (see 4.7.4).
All container and components materials shall meet the requirements of CS-25, CCAR-25, JAS Part 3 or 14 CFR Part 25 Appendix F, Part I, paragraphs (a)(1)(v) and (a)(2)(iv), i.e. shall not have a burn rate greater than 100 mm (4 in) per minute when flame is tested horizontally in accordance with Appendix F,Part I paragraphs (b)(5), (b)(2), (b)(3), and (b)(8). The test specified therein shall be performed on each material and results recorded. In accordance with TSO requirements, the measured burn rate shall be marked on the container (see 6.1).
The base shall be enclosed on all four sides by an aluminium extrusion. The corner’s integrity with its edges shall be a prime concern. The corner radius shall be 51 mm (2 in). The base shall not contain rough or sharp edges potentially dangerous to personnel, cargo, airplane, or terminal handling equipment. The construction of the base shall be designed for strength and durability, to withstand harsh treatment in service. The base shall be structurally attached to, and an integral part of, the container assembly. The base shall be removable with hand tools and shall be interchangeable.The base shall comply with the performance criteria specified in ISO 4171.
The base shall comply with the indentation performance requirements of 4.5.1 and 4.5.2, and shall have a minimum area load capacity of 10 kPa (209 lb/ft2). This load shall be applicable to any area representing at least 10 percent (10 %) of the total base area, and the base shall not exhibit any significant deformation of this area while the container is supported by the aircraft restraint system.ISO 10327 pdf download.

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