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What is Mil-F-14072?

Mike Seifert
- Montello,WI, U.S.A.



Scope: This specification covers requirements for finishes necessary to protect ground electronic equipment from the deteriorating effects of climatic conditions encountered in military use.
Document Date: October 04, 1990

And, this 56 page document is still active. See the other questions to find out how to get it off the web.

Good Luck!

lee gearhart
Lee Gearhart


The Mil-F14072 spec is a military spec covering several different finish's. The type of finish is marked by an "M" and then a 3 digit number. For example: Mil-F-14072, M258 is for a Hot Solder Dip .0003" per QQ-S-571. or M230 is for tin lead (Mil-P-81728) .0003" over copper (Mil-C-14550, Cl-4) .0001"

Hope this helps.

John Bowers
- Everett, Massachusetts

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