Government Contract : N0038388GB505 | N00383-88-G-B505

There are 570 government contract actions against this contract, with quantities ranging from 1 and 2,320. Execution of this contract spans from November 11, 1988 and April 4, 2014. The procuring agency is 1700: NAVY, Department of the.

This contract includes procurement for SCREW,SPECIAL; PULLER,MECHANICAL; and LANDING GEAR,RETRAC.

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n0038388gb5050001Free Trial1700: NAVY, Department of the2014-04-09
n0038388gb505UB180001Free Trial1700: NAVY, Department of the1993-03-01
n0038388gb505M34T0004AAFree Trial1700: NAVY, Department of the1992-08-15
n0038388gb505M34T0003Free Trial1700: NAVY, Department of the1992-08-15
n0038388gb505M34T0002Free Trial1700: NAVY, Department of the1992-08-15
n0038388gb505M34T0001Free Trial1700: NAVY, Department of the1992-08-15
n0038388gb505M34T0004ABFree Trial1700: NAVY, Department of the1992-08-15
n0038388gb505M35J0001AAFree Trial1700: NAVY, Department of the1991-10-01
n0038388gb505M35J0001ABFree Trial1700: NAVY, Department of the1991-10-01
n0038388gb505M35H0001Free Trial1700: NAVY, Department of the1991-09-29
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Federal Supply Classes for N0038388GB505

1650 - Aircraft Hydraulic, Vacuum, and De-icing System Components

Includes: Includes Hydraulic and Pneumatic Accumulators, Pumps, Motors, Actuating Cylinders, and Filters; De-icing Boots; Fluid Type De-icing Pumps, Valves and Filters; Vacuum System Oil Separators; Pneumatic Pressurization Equipment other than that for pressurizing cabins and compartments.

Excludes: Excludes Jet Engine Hydraulic Components (FSC 2840); Valves specifically designed for air conditioning, heating, ventilating, cabin pressurizing, and thermal de-icing (FSC 1660); Valves specifically designed for use with Aircraft Engines (FSC 2840); Guided Missiles and Guided Missile Engines (FSC 1338), Landing Gear (FSC 1620), Wheel and Brake System Components (FSC 1630); Oxygen Breathing System Components (FSC 1660); In-flight Refueling System Hydraulic components (FSC 1680); Specifically designed hydraulic power steering system components (FSC 1620).

Note: Note-This class includes only those components specifically designed for aircraft use.

2010 - Ship and Boat Propulsion Components

Includes: Includes Propulsion Shafts; Ship Proppellers. Marine Transmissions, Reverse and Reduction Gear Type.

Excludes: Excludes Engines (FSC 2810, 2815); Turbines (FSC 2825, 2835, 2840).

2805 - Gasoline Reciprocating Engines, Except Aircraft; and Components

Includes: Includes Gas Reciprocating Engines; All Gasoline Reciprocating Engines except Aircraft Prime Moving.

Excludes: Excludes Engine Accessories (FSC 2990).

3110 - Bearings, Antifriction, Unmounted

Includes: Includes Ball Bearings; Roller Bearings; Balls; Races.

Excludes: Excludes Plain Bearings (FSC 3120); Jewel Bearings (FSC 3120)

Note: 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.

3120 - Bearings, Plain, Unmounted

Includes: Includes Sleeve Bearings; Split Bearings; Washer Type Bearings; Jewel Bearings.

Excludes: Excludes Antifriction Bearings (FSC 3110); Mounted Bearings (FSC 3130).

Note: Note-Bearings in this class are generally one piece that retain and position moving and/or rotating parts. They may have lubrication grooves/fittings/facilities or include pre-lubrication.

3130 - Bearings, Mounted

Includes: Includes Pillow Block Units; Cartridge Units; Flange Units; Takeup Units; Hanger Box Units; Flat Box Units; Step Box Units.

Excludes: Excludes Antifriction Bearings (FSC 3110); Plain Unmounted Bearings (FSC 3120).

Note: 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.

4710 - Pipe, Tube and Rigid Tubing

Includes: Includes Culvert Pipes; Culvert Pipe Connector Bands; Metallic Pipes; Plastic Pipes; Tubes and Rigid Tubing and their assemblies.

Excludes: 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: 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: 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).

4810 - Valves, Powered

Includes: Includes Electric Motor Operated Valves; Hydraulic Operated Valves; Solenoid Operated Valves.

Excludes: 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).

4820 - Valves, Nonpowered

Includes: Includes Automatic Nonpowered Valves; Gate, Globe, Angle, Check, and Relief Valves; Cocks.

Excludes: Excludes Fire Hydrants (FSC 4210); Sprinkler Heads (FSC 4210); Valves specifically designed for use with fire fighting Equipment (FSC 4210); plumbing equipment, and the like (FSC 4540).

5305 - Screws

Includes:

5306 - Bolts

Includes:

5310 - Nuts and Washers

Includes: Includes Locknuts; Eye Nuts; Plain Nuts; Castellated Nuts; Wing Nuts; Plate Nuts; Push on Nuts; Concave and Convex Washers; Flat Washers; Keyed Washers; Lock Washers; Shouldered Washers; Split Washers.

Excludes: Excludes Bearing Thrust Washers (FSC 3120); Shims (FSC 5365); Ring Spacers (FSC 5365); Plate Spacers (FSC 5365); Lock Rings (FSC 5365).

Note: Note-Nuts and washers, including specially designed, are to be classified in this FSC. a. Nuts are a small metal block made in a variety of shapes such as square and hexagonal which is drilled and internally threaded. b. Washers are a perforated piece of metal, leather, or other materials of various shapes or forms. They are used primarily as a seat for a bolt, nut, screw, rivet or nail to distribute pressure and prevent endwise motion over an area and/or to prevent movement between two parts by means of restraining features created by the shape of its edges.

5315 - Nails, Machine Keys, and Pins

Includes: Includes Dowel Pins, Split Pins; Spikes; Tacks; Nonoffice Type Staples; Machine Keys; Brads; Shouldered Pins; Cotter Pins; Nails.

Excludes: Excludes Shafts (FSC 3040); Lock Keys (FSC 5340).

Note: Note-Nails, machine keys, and pins, including specially designed, will be classified in this FSC. a. Nails are slender, usually pointed fasteners with a head, and designed for insertion by impact. b. Machine keys are items generally inserted between two items, usually in a groove, to prevent relative rotation e.g., shaft and hub. c. Pins are cylindrical items of various materials used to align/attach two or more parts together and may allow for angular movement.

5330 - Packing and Gasket Materials

Includes: Includes General Purpose Oil Grease, Air, Liquid, Gas, and chemical Seals; Oakum; Prefabricated Gaskets and Seals designed for a single specific application.

Excludes: Excludes O-Rings (FSC 5331); Bulk material items, such as; Rubber, Cork, and Asbestos Sheets and Strips (FSG 93); Liquid Gasket Materials (RTV, Permatex, etc.) (FSG 80); RFI and EMI Seals and Gaskets (FSC 5999), and all Seal Retainers.

Note: Note-This FSC includes only seals and gaskets designed for standard use. Seals, gaskets and packing are made from materials specifically designed and constructed to resist deterioration from the action of heat, gas, chemicals, liquids, and used to fill a cavity and create a tight seal. Similar materials used to make seals, gaskets, and packing are available in bulk form, refer to FSG 93, FSG 80, and FSG 83.

5340 - Hardware, Commercial

Includes: Includes Access Covers; Bumpers; Casters; Cabinet and Door Hardware; Clevises; Hinges; Latches; Straps and Strapping; Turnbuckles; Webbed Straps.

Excludes: Excludes Weapons System Hardware (FSC 5342).

Note: Note-Common hardware designed primarily for commercial use will be classified in this FSC. Hardware is the physical, tangible and permanent components of end items that may not be classified elsewhere. It consists also of common items that are commonly used in construction and/or manufacturing (e.g., hinges, door locks).

5360 - Coil, Flat, Leaf, and Wire Springs

Includes: Includes Compression Springs; Torsion Springs; Leaf Spring Assemblies; Flat Springs; Extension Springs.

Note: Note-All springs, including specially designed, will be classified in this FSC. A spring is an elastic mechanical device that regains its original shape after being compressed, extended or deflected.

5365 - Bushings, Rings, Shims, and Spacers

Includes: Includes Externally Threaded Rings; Keyed and Serrated Lock Rings; Dee Rings; Instrument Retaining Rings; Shim Sets and Assortments; Plate Spacers; Ring Spacers; Sleeve Spacers; Stepped Spacers; Spacer Sets and Assortments; Sleeve Bushings; Machine Threaded Bushings; Machine Threaded Plugs.

Excludes: Excludes Sleeve Bearings (FSC 3120); Pipe Threaded Plugs (FSC 4730); Piston Rings (FSC 2520, 2805, 2810, 2815, 2825, 2990, 3040, 4310, and 4820); Retaining Rings (FSC 5325); Shim Stock (FSC 9515).

Note: Note-All items, including specially designed, will be classified in this FSC. a. A bushing is cylindrical in shape, hollow, and designed primarily to be inserted into a hole to reduce the effective inside diameter of the hole, and to protect the body structure about the hole from damage resulting from stress, strain, and vibration. b. A ring is cylindrical in shape, usually flat with a center hole. Rings are multi-applicational. See specific item name for designated usage. c. A shim is a thin, sometimes tapered, piece of material used to fill in space between things. See specific item name for dimensional parameters. d. A spacer is a device for holding two members at a given distance from each other.

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