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HISTORICAL
2012-04-26
Standard
AS9110B
This standard includes ISO 9001:20081 quality management system requirements and specifies additional aviation maintenance industry requirements, definitions, and notes as shown in bold, italic text. NOTE: Baseline aviation maintenance requirements originate from IAQG developed 9100:2009 standard; modifications were made, as required, to address maintenance industry specific requirements. It is emphasized that the requirements specified in this standard are complementary (not alternative) to contractual and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements. Should there be a conflict between the requirements of this standard and applicable statutory or regulatory requirements, the latter shall take precedence.
CURRENT
2016-11-04
Standard
AS9110C
This standard includes ISO 9001:20152 quality management system requirements and specifies additional civil and military aviation maintenance and continuing airworthiness industry requirements, definitions, and notes. It is emphasized that the requirements specified in this standard are complementary (not alternative) to customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements. If there is a conflict between the requirements of this standard and customer or applicable statutory or regulatory requirements, the latter shall take precedence.
HISTORICAL
1999-08-01
Standard
AMS1435A
This specification covers deicing and anti-icing materials in the form of a fluid.
HISTORICAL
1995-04-01
Standard
AMS1435
This specification covers deicing and anti-icing materials in the form of a fluid.
CURRENT
2012-06-07
Standard
AMS1435C
This specification covers deicing and anti-icing materials in the form of a fluid. Unless otherwise stated, all specifications referenced herein are latest (current) revision.
2017-10-23
WIP Standard
AMS1435D
This specification covers deicing and anti-icing materials in the form of a fluid. This deicing/anti-icing fluid has been used typically on runways, taxiways, and other aircraft maneuvering areas for the prevention and removal of frozen deposits of frost and ice. Fluids must not be used to deice/anti-ice aircraft.
HISTORICAL
2010-09-16
Standard
AMS1435B
This specification covers deicing and anti-icing materials in the form of a fluid.
HISTORICAL
1957-09-15
Standard
AMS2404
This specification covers the requirements for electroless nickel deposited on various materials. This deposit has been used typically to provide a uniform build-up on intricate shapes, to improve wear and/or corrosion resistance, or to improve solderability on or for selected materials, but usage is not limited to such applications. The deposit has been used in service up to 1000 °F (540 °C) although wear and/or corrosion resistance may degrade as service temperature increases.
HISTORICAL
1966-09-30
Standard
AMS2404A
This specification covers the requirements for electroless nickel deposited on various materials. This deposit has been used typically to provide a uniform build-up on intricate shapes, to improve wear and/or corrosion resistance, or to improve solderability on or for selected materials, but usage is not limited to such applications. The deposit has been used in service up to 1000 °F (540 °C) although wear and/or corrosion resistance may degrade as service temperature increases.
HISTORICAL
1977-01-15
Standard
AMS2404B
This specification covers the requirements for electroless nickel deposited on various materials. This deposit has been used typically to provide a uniform build-up on intricate shapes, to improve wear and/or corrosion resistance, or to improve solderability on or for selected materials, but usage is not limited to such applications. The deposit has been used in service up to 1000 °F (540 °C) although wear and/or corrosion resistance may degrade as service temperature increases.
HISTORICAL
1997-04-01
Standard
AMS2404D
This specification covers the engineering requirements for electroless nickel deposited on various materials. This deposit has been used typically to provide a uniform build-up on intricate shapes, to improve wear and/or corrosion resistance, or to improve solderability on or for selected materials, but usage is not limited to such applications. The deposit has been used in service up to 1000 degrees F (540 degrees C) although wear and/or corrosion resistance may degrade as service temperature increases.
HISTORICAL
1984-07-01
Standard
AMS2404C
This specification covers the requirements for electroless nickel deposited on various materials. This deposit has been used typically to provide a uniform build-up on intricate shapes, to improve wear and/or corrosion resistance, or to improve solderability on or for selected materials, but usage is not limited to such applications. The deposit has been used in service up to 1000 °F (540 °C) although wear and/or corrosion resistance may degrade as service temperature increases.
HISTORICAL
2003-06-05
Standard
AMS2404E
This specification covers the engineering requirements for electroless nickel deposited on various materials.
HISTORICAL
2008-12-15
Standard
AMS2404F
This specification covers the requirements for electroless nickel deposited on various materials.
HISTORICAL
2013-12-12
Standard
AMS2404G
This specification covers the requirements for electroless nickel deposited on various materials.
2017-10-02
WIP Standard
AMS2404J
This specification covers the requirements for electroless nickel deposited on various materials.
CURRENT
2017-07-18
Standard
AMS2404H
This specification covers the requirements for electroless nickel deposited on various materials.
HISTORICAL
1961-07-01
Standard
AMS2417A
This specification covers the requirements for electrodeposition of a zinc-nickel alloy and the properties of the deposit.
HISTORICAL
1960-06-01
Standard
AMS2417
This specification covers the requirements for electrodeposition of a zinc-nickel alloy and the properties of the deposit.
HISTORICAL
1975-06-01
Standard
AMS2417C
This specification covers the requirements for electrodeposition of a zinc-nickel alloy and the properties of the deposit.
HISTORICAL
1966-09-01
Standard
AMS2417B
This specification covers the requirements for electrodeposition of a zinc-nickel alloy and the properties of the deposit.
HISTORICAL
1993-01-01
Standard
AMS2417E
This specification covers the engineering requirements for electrodeposition of a zinc-nickel alloy and the properties of the deposit.
HISTORICAL
2004-07-19
Standard
AMS2417G
This specification covers the requirements for electrodeposition of a zinc-nickel alloy and the properties of the deposit.
HISTORICAL
1991-10-01
Standard
AMS2417D
This specification covers the requirements for electrodeposition of a zinc-nickel alloy and the properties of the deposit.
HISTORICAL
2001-02-01
Standard
AMS2417F
This specification covers the engineering requirements for electrodeposition of a zinc-nickel alloy and the properties of the deposit. This plating process has been used typically to prevent corrosion resistant to steel parts which may operate up to 500 degrees F (260 degrees C) (Type 1), or up to 250 degrees F (121 degrees C) (Type 2), or up to 350 degrees F ( 177 degrees C) (Type 3), but usage is not limited to such applications.
CURRENT
2013-09-26
Standard
AMS2417J
This specification covers the requirements for electrodeposition of a zinc-nickel alloy and the properties of the deposit.
HISTORICAL
2010-10-18
Standard
AMS2417H
This specification covers the requirements for electrodeposition of a zinc-nickel alloy and the properties of the deposit.
HISTORICAL
1991-10-01
Standard
AMS3715A
This specification covers honeycomb core made of glass fabric impregnated with phenolic resin and supplied in the form of blocks, slices, and ordered shapes. This honeycomb core has been used typically for bonded sandwich structures requiring high strength and corrosion resistance for service up to 350 degrees F (177 degrees C), but usage is not limited to such applications. A common use is outboard control surfaces subject to water migration.
HISTORICAL
1979-10-01
Standard
AMS3715
This specification covers honeycomb core made of glass fabric impregnated with phenolic resin and supplied in the form of blocks, slices, and ordered shapes. This honeycomb core has been used typically for bonded sandwich structures requiring high strength and corrosion resistance for service up to 350 degrees F (177 degrees C), but usage is not limited to such applications. A common use is outboard control surfaces subject to water migration.
HISTORICAL
2001-04-01
Standard
AMS3715C
This specification covers expanded honeycomb core made of glass fabric impregnated with phenolic resin and supplied in the form of blocks, slices, and ordered shapes.
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