The Supplier Quality Assurance Provisions as indicated are an integral part of the Moog purchase order. Materials received which do not conform to the provisions as indicated on the purchase order will be subject to rejection or such measures as may be deemed necessary by the Manager of Product Quality and Support or their delegate.
Moog Acceptance at Destination
Articles ordered in this contract/PO are subject to final acceptance at destination. If an article is rejected by Moog and the Supplier is issued a Defective Material Report (DMR), Root Cause and Corrective Action (RCCA) shall be supplied by the Supplier as required by the DMR. At a minimum, RCCA shall include Problem Summary, Containment, Root Cause Analysis, and Corrective Action and shall be supported by Objective Evidence. If the Supplier does not utilize their own format for this purpose, Moog can supply form H-379 "Supplier Corrective Action Form" or H-338 "Supplier Corrective Action Request" for use. The Supplier's response must be signed by an authorized representative of the Supplier's organization and shall be returned to Moog by the assigned due date reflected on the DMR (typically 30 days). Failure to respond in the prescribed time may affect the Supplier's approval status, rating, and/or future procurement opportunities.
The suppliers on this order must be controlled under a Quality Control System that conforms to the requirements of the current acceptable revision of the ISO 9001 or AS 9100 Quality Management System Standards or equivalent with written approval of Moog.
The items delivered on this purchase order shall be controlled by the supplier / manufacturer under a Quality Inspection System sufficiently adequate to verify that the material or service furnished meets all the requirements of this purchase order. (per ISO 9001/AS 9100 or equivalent as approved by Moog).
Distributors shall include with every shipment on this purchase order the statement "This is to certify that (manufacturer's name and address) is currently to the QPL. This certification is not required if the purchase order is placed directly with a current approved QPL manufacturer.
This order requires the performance of one or more of the following tests: (1) Leak Test (2) Flow Rate Test (3) Pressure Drop Test (4) Pressure Test: (a) Operating (b) Proof (c) Burst. When the contract requirements include any of the above testing the supplier will furnish a test certification which will be worded substantially as follows: "This is to certify the parts listed hereunder have been satisfactorily tested and meet the drawing and specification requirements." In addition to the foregoing statement the test certification shall include the following information.
A. The Part Number and Nomenclature
B. Drawing and Specification Revision Level
C. Quantity of Parts Tested
D. Serial number of each part tested (if a serial number is normally used to identify the parts)
The supplier will submit a Statement of Quality to certify that all required inspections have been performed. This statement must be signed by an authorized agent of the supplier or laboratory with appropriate identification of the position held by the signer. Acceptable statements of quality should identify completely the material or item by lot number, production date, or item serial number. State the specification or drawing number, revision and date, the grade type or value for which the product was inspected, the number of specimens inspected, whether the test was a go, no-go or variable test, the location and date of inspection and where actual records will be available for review by contractor or government personnel. A Statement of Quality must accompany each shipment of material.
10A - Seller shall furnish Industry Standard Physical test reports for the items on this Purchase Order with each shipment. Moog reserves the right to ask for additional reporting as necessary in order to prove compliance.
10B - Seller shall furnish Industry Standard Chemical test reports for the items on this Purchase Order with each shipment. Moog reserves the right to ask for additional reporting as necessary in order to prove compliance.
Note: If SQAP 10 doesn't have an A or B designator, both Physical and Chemical reports shall be supplied with each shipment
Products furnished against this purchase order shall be accompanied by: (A) two copies of the prime manufacturers Certified Test Report showing the results of tests made to determine conformance to the acceptance requirements of the drawing and specifications referenced therein. (B) two copies of the prime manufacturer's certification that the material meets all the requirements of the drawings and specifications referenced. therein. The requirements of (A) and (B) may be combined into a single document, a distributor certification is not acceptable.
A Certificate of Conformance must accompany each shipment of material. The certificate must contain a statement that material shipped conforms in all respects to the applicable specifications and/or standards, and when applicable must reference MCG Engineering part/drawing number, revision level, and list any ECO's that apply. Where applicable the statement must indicate that required physical and chemical test certificates are on file and available for review. The certificate must relate specifically to the part number being purchased and contain the signature of an authorized company representative. The certificate must be free of correction to part number, lot number, date code, serial number, and quantity or any other number / identifier relevant to the purchase, delivery, and pedigree of material without expressed written consent from an MCG Quality Representative.
Distributors Certificate of Compliance Distributor shall supply a Certificate of Conformance from the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM). This C of C must accompany each shipment of parts delivered by the distributor. The C of C shall also state that the parts meet the requirements of the Moog specification where a Moog part specification has been provided. Furthermore, electronic parts, supplied as discrete EEE parts or contained in assemblies, certificate of compliance traceability information shall comply with MCG SQAP 58.
A Certificate of Conformance must accompany each shipment of material. The certificate must state that the material shipped meets the solderability requirements of MIL-STD-883, MIL-STD-202, ANSI/J-STD-002, ANSI/J-STD-003 or IPC/EIA-J-STD-001. Both steam and no-steam methods are acceptable.
The Supplier shall only deliver to Moog, those items that meet the following age and date restriction criteria. This shall be evident by providing the Date Of Manufacture on either the Certificate of Compliance, Component Packaging, or the Component itself.
14A - Manufacture Date shall not exceed 12 Months. 14B - Manufacture Date shall not exceed 24 Months. 14C - Manufacture Date shall not exceed 36 Months. 14D - Manufacture Date shall not exceed 40 Months. 14E - Manufacture Date shall not exceed 48 Months. 14F - Manufacture Date shall not exceed 60 Months.
Note: If no A, B, C, D, E or F designator follows the 14, the requirement will automatically default to 14D.
Seller's packaging sheet and/or shipper must specify curing date. The cure date must be identified on the certificate of conformance for each shipment. Example: If cure date is August 1998 identify as 3098 (ie. 30th week of 1998). The cure date must meet the following:
A. Cure date must not exceed 6 months B. Cure date must not exceed 12 months
C. Cure date must not exceed 24 months D. Cure date must not exceed 36 months
Products furnished against this purchase order shall be accompanied by a copy of the prime manufacturers latest data which satisfies qualification requirements of the applicable military specification.
All items fabricated under this purchase order shall be traceable to raw materials used. All traceability and inspection records must be identifiable with raw materials, parts, or assemblies to which they are applicable and shall be available upon request or audit by Moog representatives.
- Raw materials used shall be identified by lot number as well as material type, specification, heat number, etc. and shall be identifiable with a lot of raw materials when two (2) or more parts are joined in an assembly. The seller shall prepare an Assembly Parts List identifying each in the assembly and the lot of raw material from which it was fabricated.
- All materials fabricated by the seller in lot shall be identifiable to that lot when supplied to Moog. When the seller is combining material fabricated in two or more different lots to fulfill purchase order requirements, these materials shall be segregated and identifiable to the lot in which it was fabricated.
The seller shall request from the buyer whose name appears on the purchase order, written authorization to submit materials fabricated in two or more lots to fulfill quantity of each item on this purchase order.
A. All items fabricated under this purchase shall comply as above. All traceability and inspection records must be identifiable with raw materials, parts, or assemblies to which they are applicable and must accompany each shipment.
Each part, component, or assembly furnished on this purchase order shall be identified with a distinct serial number. Serial number shall not be duplicated on one part, component, or assembly number when manufactured in sequential lots. Marking of serial number shall be MIL-STD-130, or in the applicable specification.
Each part, component, or material quantity furnished shall be identified by lot or batch traceable to the actual manufacturing process. The lot or batch number may be by date, supplier shop order code, or similar method, but must provide the capability for a lot or batch purge if quality issues or other concerns arise. Identification shall be per MIL-STD-130 or per the applicable specification.
Moog prefers that there be no mixing of manufacturer's lots or batches in a shipment so that each is of homogeneous origin. However, it is permissible to send material from multiple lots within the same shipment if they are unambiguously segregated and labeled to maintain traceability.
The castings needed for this order are to be purchased from a designated source with a Receiving Inspection Program which is capable of detecting casting deficiencies prior to machining or other processing of the castings. In addition, castings purchased for this order shall be (1) inspected dimensionally, (2) visually inspected for casting workmanship and (3) subcontractor documentation shall be reviewed for conformance with any required non-destructive testing, pressure/leak testing, chemical analysis results or repair welding when authorized.
This Moog Source Inspection of subcontracted casting purchases is a service provided by Moog to assist the supplier in obtaining satisfactory castings. The final quality acceptance of these castings is the full responsibility of the machined part supplier.
The casting contractor shall provide sufficient advance notice to Moog to permit scheduling of source inspection. The Q. A. Manager shall notify Moog procurement that the parts are ready for source inspection only after completion and acceptance of units to be submitted. Evidence of source inspection shall accompany each shipment of castings.
On partial shipments, the supplier shall furnish X-rays and lab reports representing the entire ordered lot on the first partial shipment against this order. All subsequent shipments shall reference the original foundry lot by heat serial number.
Devices delivered under this purchase order are electrostatic sensitive. The supplier shall assure that devices delivered are identified and packaged to provide electrostatic protection in accordance with applicable specifications.
A. If SQAP 24A is flowed down, the supplier shall maintain an electrostatic discharge control program in accordance with ESD Association Standard ANSI/ESD S20.20 latest revision. The supplier may use an equivalent standard if approved in writing by Moog Quality Engineering.
On the first initial production and the first article produced subsequent to design change incorporation, the supplier shall perform and document a comprehensive lay-out, inspection and test of that article to assure its conformance with all blue print and specification requirements. The supplier's report shall provide as a minimum: purchase order number, part number, revision letter, part name, supplier's name, method used to obtain results and actual results of each measurement or test. Parts used for inspection shall be identified when shipped to Moog as "First Article Inspection Sample" first article data, regardless of format, shall be sent to Moog, attention Incoming Inspection. If the part requires functional testing, in addition to the actual test results, the supplier shall furnish a diagram of the test set-up, the equipment used, the accuracy of the equipment and the calibration date of the equipment used. If SQAP Note 22 is a requirement of this contract the lay-out, test data or other documentation and test parts will be evaluated at the supplier's facility. See SQAP 30 for follow up on First Article requirement.
Moog Components Group Source Inspection is required prior to identified processing and/or shipment of materials. Final inspection and acceptance of material will be performed at MCG upon material delivery. The supplier shall not ship items without surveillance/inspection/test by MCG's Quality Representative unless the supplier has a waiver approved by MCG's Quality Representative on file. The supplier is responsible for including a signed copy of the MCG Inspection Report with the shipment; failure to do so, is cause for rejection of the shipment at MCG.
NOTE: If SQAP 26 is applied to a purchase order without A, B, or C denoted, the supplier shall default to the requirements of A.
A. MCG on-site in-process inspection required: Prior to the application of epoxy materials, hermetic sealing, or any permanent closure, the supplier shall notify the cognizant MCG buyer to schedule MCG Source Inspection at the supplier facility. A minimum of 5 business days advance notice is required to schedule the inspection activity. After the suppliers final material processing and acceptance is complete the supplier shall notify the cognizant MCG buyer prior to shipment to gain authorization to ship. MCG may require additional source inspection activity (final or documentation).
B. MCG on-site final inspection required: The supplier shall notify the cognizant MCG buyer to schedule MCG Source Inspection at the supplier facility. A minimum of 5 business days advance notice is required to schedule the inspection activity. The supplier shall make all drawings, specifications, procedures, and all related documents and material available to the MCG Inspector. This source inspection may be witnessed by MCG's customers and/or government representatives as required.
C. MCG Documentation review required: The supplier shall submit all build, test, and inspection documentation to MCG for review prior to shipment of material, with the exception of proprietary data. MCG approval of this document package is required prior to shipping.
This material is rapidly rendered unacceptable for use if its temperature deviates from the specified range and must be given priority to ensure it remains in appropriately controlled conditions. Temperature storage conditions must be attached to the packing sheet and accompany each shipment to be delivered. The outer-most shipping container must be marked to indicate "Temperature Sensitive Material" and the required storage temperature range in degrees.
Is required prior to the shipment of any items against this purchase order. Government inspection does not relieve the supplier or Moog of their obligation to provide conforming parts/services. Government inspection does not constitute acceptance.
When Government Inspection is required, Moog will add to its purchasing document the following statement: "Government inspection is required prior to shipment from your plant. Upon receipt of this order, promptly notify the government representative who normally services your plant so that appropriate planning for government inspection can be accomplished."
When, under authorization of the Government representative, copies of the purchasing document are to be furnished directly by the subcontractor or supplier to the Government representative at his facility rather than through Government channels. Moog will add to its purchasing document a statement substantially as follows:
"On receipt of this order, promptly furnish a copy to the government representative who normally services your plant, or, if none, to the nearest Army, Navy, Airforce, or Defense supply agency inspection office. In the event the representative or office cannot be located, our purchasing agent shall be notified immediately."
Materials furnished against this purchase order shall have a minimum of 75% of its shelf life remaining at the time of delivery. Compliance with SQAP 27 must also be met, if material is time and temperature sensitive. Suppliers must also provide an expiration date for the material on their Certificate of Compliance, or the material labels must reflect the expiration date.
Suppliers: For items with SQAP 33 currently applied, reference SQAP 54B for requirement details. Moog Quality Engineering: For all new SQAP assignments, SQAP 54B shall be used to fulfill the requirements previously covered by SQAP 33.
Moog Quality shall retain MRB authority on dispositions for any discrepancies affecting product performance and/or drawing requirements other than scrap or rework. Non-conforming material is to be identified, segregated, and controlled to prevent its unauthorized use for shipment. The cause of such non-conformances are to be identified and corrected.
Any nonconformance dispositioned USE-AS-IS (UAI) or REPAIR shall require Moog approval. The supplier shall contact their Moog Purchasing Agent and provide the contact with all information available. The supplier shall support Moog in the investigation of the discrepancy to the extent necessary for Moog's disposition. Submittal of nonconforming material which has been deemed acceptable by Moog shall be identified on the Certificate of Conformance. Objective Evidence of Moog approval must also accompany the shipment of nonconforming material (actual correspondence or documentation from Moog authorizing use of the nonconforming material). Root Cause and Corrective Action (RCCA) for the nonconformance is required, and Moog approval for the use of nonconforming material is contingent on Moog's acceptance of RCCA.
Manufacturer shall make no change in design, manufacturing, or assembly process or source of supply that affects Form, Fit or Function, after approval of the first production test item or after acceptance of the first completed end item, without the written approval of buyer. SQAP 35A1 shall apply for all the before mentioned conditions. Changes to manufacturing or assembly processes or source of supply that do not affect Form, Fit, or Function require notification to the buyer per the identifiers listed below. SQAP shall contain identifiers that specify mechanism and reporting frequency defined below.
Note: In the event of a non-conformance, suppliers may contact their Moog buyer for a Moog Waiver / Deviation Request Form. If the request is approved by Moog, each non-conforming shipment must include the approved Waiver / Deviation form.
A. Written Notification to Buyer
1. As changes are requested
B. Configuration Identification List (CIL) for critical design or processes as mutually defined.
2. Baseline CIL submitted upon contract execution and following any approved change.
C. Configuration Identification List (CIL) for all design or processes.
3. Baseline CIL submitted
4. Baseline CIL submitted prior to contract execution and provided on a monthly basis during performance of contract.
5. Baseline CIL submitted prior to contract execution and provided on a quarterly basis during performance of contract.
Note: SQAP 35A1 shall apply to all variations of SQAP 35.
Supplier must be approved by Moog and/or our customer prior to performing special processes (Example: soldering, cleaning, x-ray, welding, magnetic particle and penetrate inspection, heat treating, plating, conversion coating, painting, etc.). When this SQAP is invoked via the PO, the vendor must include the following additional information on the C of C required by SQAP 12 or on a separate Certificate of Conformance:
(1) Special Process being performed, (2) Specification that Special Process is being performed to, (3) Name of Vendor Performing Special Process, (4) Name of Special Process approval authority (i.e, NADCAP, Moog, etc.) and (5) expiration date of Special Process approval. Concurrence with Special Process approval authority must be received from Moog prior to the vendor processing parts per the Purchase Order. The supplier shall have lot acceptance and process control data on file and available for review.
Suppliers: For items with SQAP 39 currently applied, reference SQAP 54A for requirement details. Moog Quality Engineering: For all new SQAP assignments, SQAP 54A shall be used to fulfill the requirements previously covered by SQAP 39.
Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Declaration
Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Declaration: The supplier shall provide with each delivery a certificate of compliance that states either (1) all items supplied are within the limits for hazardous substances as established by EU directive 2011/65/EU (and subsequent amendments), or (2) in the event of non-compliance, which items are non-compliant and the identity of the hazardous substance that exceeds the limits. For the purpose of this SQAP all supplied articles and substances are to be considered components of commercial electrical equipment that falls within the scope of RoHS. The "CE" mark AND "RoHS" appearing on the item or corresponding documentation is acceptable as RoHS compliance certification.
Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Compliance
The supplier shall certify that all materials supplied are within the limits for Hazardous substances as established by EU directive 2011/65/EU (and subsequent amendments) and assume responsibility for the accuracy of their material declarations. For the purpose of this SQAP all supplied articles and substances are to be considered components of commercial electrical equipment that falls within the scope of RoHS. The "CE" mark appearing on the item with corresponding documentation is acceptable as RoHS compliance certification. MCG requests compliance to or notification of the additional substances in amendment 2015/863/EU by July 22, 2018.
AS9102 applies to this purchase order. First Article Inspection must be completed by the supplier, in accordance with the requirements of AS9102, and delivered with the first lot of material. The First Article must be repeated if any of the conditions in §4.6.f of AS9102 exist.
The following items are prohibited for both designators "A." and "B.":
Mercury (in any form)
Unfused tin-lead plate
Pure tin (<97% - fused or infused)
Zinc chromate as a finish coat
Cadmium, selenium or zinc (except as an alloying material or when used internal to a hermetically sealed device) (these materials cannot be part of the primary or intended composition of the material and must only be present in trace amounts as allowed by the standard which it is being produced by and procured against)
This prohibition includes, but is not limited to plating, coating, or cast materials. This prohibition is applicable to all surfaces both internal and external to the product except as noted above.
* Note: If SQAP 44 is applied to a purchase order without "A" or "B" denoted, the supplier shall default to the requirements of designator "B."
A. Items purchased on this PO require certification that no prohibited materials are present. This can be provided through either a standalone certification pertaining to this SQAP and the exclusion of the Prohibited Materials listed or can be covered under the Certificate of Conformance (C of C) requirements of SQAP 12.
B. A Certificate of Analysis (C of A) addressing each prohibited material above shall accompany each shipment.
The supplier shall include the requirement in all subcontracts or purchase orders.
Destructive Physical Analysis (DPA) MIL -STD-1580 Requirement
The supplier shall provide Destructive Physical Analysis Documentation in compliance with the sample size, format and processes as required by MIL -STD-1580 for each manufactured lot and enclose the report documentation with each shipment. Lot conformance requires a destructive sample size of 2 percent or 5 units whichever is greater, to a maximum of 30 units.
Supplier shall establish and maintain an effective Foreign Object Damage/Debris (FOD) Prevention Program to reduce FOD using NAS412 as a guideline. Supplier's program shall utilize effective FOD prevention practices. The written procedures and/or policies developed by the Supplier are subject to review and audit by an authorized MCG representative. By delivering items to MCG, Supplier certifies that such items are free from any foreign materials that could result in foreign object damage.
A. General Housekeeping
B. FOD Awareness - Low risk level is defined as exposure to foreign objects will have minimal negative effects to form, fit, and function of hardware.
C. FOD Controlled - Medium risk level is defined as exposure to foreign objects may degrade the form, fit and function of components, systems, and/or assemblies, which could lead to substandard performance of product.
D. FOD Critical - High risk level is defined as exposure to foreign objects, entrapment and/or migration of foreign objects into hardware which could cause serious damage to form, fit, and function of components, systems, and/or assemblies which could lead to product deterioration, malfunction, and/or complete failure of the product
Unless otherwise specified, letter C applies to all products on this purchase order. Any packaging method that does not conform to the details stated herein shall be submitted for approval to the MCG quality engineer via the buyer prior to delivery of product.
Magnet Packaging for Shipment: All magnets on the purchase order shall be supplied on a metal sheet with rust preventative paper between the magnet and metal sheet. All sheets of magnets shall be vacuum sealed to prevent movement during shipment. Each sheet shall be clearly marked with the part number and revision level identified on the MCG purchase order.
Packaging per MIL-STD-2073-1
Newsprint shall not be used for wrapping of parts or as dunnage due to its acidic nature. Staples shall not be used at any time due to the possibility of foreign object damage (FOD). The supplier shall ensure that all items are adequately packed and packaged to prevent damage or contamination during the normal course of shipment and to assure acceptance by common carrier. Best commercial practices to prevent damage during shipment is acceptable.
Laminations and end fibers shall be shipped with a non FOD generating inner tube appropriately sized with respect to the lamination ID and compressed by end caps to prevent movement during shipment. Laminations shall also be wrapped in rust preventative paper.
Machined parts and sub components shall be individually separated and secured to prevent movement and damage during shipping.
Supplier shall maintain all documentation related to the product supplied on this purchase order for a period indicated by the designator below and be able to provide copies of documentation within a period of 5 working days when requested by Moog.
50A - 7 years
50B - 10 years
50C - 20 years
50D - 30 years
50E - 50 years
50F - Life of Program
50G - Indefinite
Note: When 50__* is present- Prior to the disposal of records, the supplier shall notify the Moog Purchasing Agent for approval to dispose/destroy records after the stated retention period has expired.
REACh = Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals
The supplier shall certify that each item supplied contains no more than 0.1% by weight of any Substance of Very High Concern (SVHC) as established by EU regulation 1907/2006 (REACh) Article 33 (Annex XIV), as published by ECHA, and that each item supplied shall not violate the restrictions of 1907/2006 (REACh) Article 67 (Annex XVII) and subsequent amendments. Supplier is to be compliant at the date of order acceptance to the latest semi-annual SVHC update.
Shipping and Storage of Wire to Prevent Red Plague
Wire and cable ends must be capped by one of two methods:
Heat shrinkable end-caps conforming to SAE-AMS-DTL-23053/4
Sealed with a material such as an insulating electrical varnish back one inch.
Any vendor of silver-coated copper conductor must supply a date of manufacture with each spool of wire. The supplier must deliver to MCG only wire which has been manufactured less than 12 months prior to shipment.
Package in a water-vapor-proof bag per MIL-STD-2073-1E Method 51. MIL-STD-2073-1E Method 51: Enclose within a heat sealed bag conforming to MIL-DTL-117, Type I, Class E, Style 1, 2 or 3, Type II, Class E, Style 1, or Type IV, Class E, Style 1.
Sealed bag must contain desiccant in accordance with MIL-D-3464 Type 2 (Non-dusting). Desiccant quantity (unit packs) required per MIL-STD-2073-1E, Method 50, Formula 1.
Sealed bag must also contain a Humidity Indicator Card that will show evidence that the inside of the bag has reached a humidity of 50% to 90% RH. Humidity Indicator Card must conform to MIL-I-8835 or equivalent.
Where applicable, and deemed necessary by MCG Engineering, silver plated copper wire with this SQAP applied will be subjected to inspection by in accordance with ASTM B286; inspection to be performed by MCG. Failure to comply could result in the rejection and return of material.
Supplier shall perform inspection (e.g. dimensional, electrical, x-ray, dye penetrant, etc.) in accordance with the drawing and /or specification as it pertains to work performed by the supplier and / or as required by the Moog Vendor Quality Inspection Report.
A. Unless otherwise specified or approved by Moog Quality Engineering in writing, the supplier shall provide an Inspection Report in a format sufficient to meet this requirement for each item shipped against this order. Sampling is prohibited unless agreed to in writing by Moog Quality Engineering.
B. A Moog Supplier Quality Inspection Report will be prepared by Moog Quality Engineering or their designee and will be provided by the Moog Purchasing Agent who places the PO with the supplier. The supplier shall provide the completed Moog Supplier Quality Inspection Report for each item shipped against the order. Sampling is prohibited unless agreed to in writing by Moog Quality Engineering.
C. Final acceptance testing shall be performed in accordance with the supplier's latest Moog approved acceptance test procedure (ATP). ATP data shall include the supplier's ATP document and revision letter. A copy of ATP acceptance data tested per the approved ATP shall be provided with the shipment. This data may be provided in the supplier's format.
For items that previously had SQAP 54 applied with no alpha character following, default to SQAP 54B. Suppliers shall contact the Moog Purchasing Agent and request a Moog Vendor Quality Inspection Report as required.
When etching of wire is required by the purchase order, Supplier shall perform one of the following tests to verify that the supplied wire is properly etched and satisfies the requirements described in ES80. Regardless of method, Supplier shall provide actual test results with each delivered lot.
A) Bondability Test. Supplier shall perform testing on a minimum of 5 samples from the same lot prior to shipment. Bondability Testing shall satisfy the requirements as described in ES80. Actual results from all five samples shall be provided with each shipment.
B) Dyne marker pen test at a minimum surface tension of 30 dyne-cm. Dyne marker testing shall be performed using MCG test procedure RDAP 237 and dyne marker pens. Supplier shall provide actual results with each delivered lot.
MCG retains the right to disposition wire based on bondability test results in addition to or in place of dyne marker testing.
Vendors providing Neodymium-Iron-Boron magnets to a Moog Components Group Purchase Order shall provide the base material (block or raw material) lot number clearly identified on the C of C that is required per SQAP 12 for each shipment. For each vendor shipment of Neodymium-Iron-Boron magnets manufactured from a different lot of base material (block lot or raw material lot) than magnets previously supplied, vendor shall provide 10 uncoated, not magnetized magnets for MCG testing along with the shipment of magnets manufactured from the new lot of material. Shipment packaging shall be clearly identified with red lettering on all sides stating "New Material Lot, Test Sample Included". Additionally, vendor shall notify Moog Components Group of any known changes to source of supply, foundry processes or magnet composition and await Moog Components Group approval or instructions regarding the change prior to shipment of magnets with any of the aforementioned changes incorporated.
Counterfeit Electronic Parts Detection and Avoidance
The supplier shall establish and maintain an acceptable counterfeit electronic part detection and avoidance system. At a minimum, the system shall include policies and procedures to address personnel training, inspection and testing, EEE part traceability, and reporting and quarantining of counterfeit EEE parts.
(Ref.: Moog Components Group Terms and Conditions of Purchase Clause 50)
Revision 1 - Added reference to Moog Components Group Terms and Conditions of Purchase Clause 50.
Electronic parts, supplied as discrete EEE parts or contained in assemblies, require certification and traceability documentation developed by manufacturers in accordance with Government and industry standards. Traceability information shall include the name and location of all supply chain intermediaries from the manufacturer to the direct source contracted on this purchase order, as well as, original manufacturer's batch identification such as date codes, lot codes, or serial numbers. The traceability data may be consolidated with the Certificate of Conformance or Certificate of Compliance.
(Ref.: Moog Components Group Terms and Conditions of Purchase Clause 50)
Materials referenced in this Purchase Order (PO) that are controlled by Government or Industry Standards (e.g. Military Standard, S.A.E Standard, ANSI Standard) shall be supplied to the latest issue / revision in effect at the time of Purchase Order placement unless otherwise specified by the Purchase Order.
Suppliers should be cognizant that certain materials have been identified in Engineering Documentation/Specifications for this job which are either Banned, Prohibited, or Targeted. Moog Engineering Documentation numbers will typically have the format "XXXX000MAT" but will not be limited to this format. Suppliers shall act accordingly based on the detail supplied in the Moog Engineering Documentation/Specifications and Program Flowdowns including notification and reporting.
RoHS compliance is not required on this purchase item. It has been determined that this part contains substances outside the limits for Hazardous Substances as established by EU directive 2011/65/EU (and subsequent amendments). RoHS certification data is not required with the shipment.
Special Process Approval Required: Special Processor shall be approved by Moog Inc or appointed by Moog from Moog's Customer Approved Listing prior to performing any special processes. (Example: Soldering, Cleaning, X-ray, Welding, Magnetic Particle and Penetrate Inspection, Heat Treating, Plating, Conversion Coating Painting, etc.). When this SQAP is invoked via PO, the supplier shall include the following additional information on the Certificate of Compliance: 1) special process being performed, 2) specification and specification revision that special process was performed to, 3) name and address of the Special Processor, 4) expiration date of Special Process approval and 5) Moog, or Moog's Customer Approval Code Number.
The Supplier shall maintain lot acceptance and process control data on file and available for review upon request. When the following designation are applied as part of the SQAP, the requirements are as follows:
62 - LMCO, MOOG or NADCAP approval required.
62A - BOEING approval only.
62B - MOOG AIRCRAFT GROUP approval only.
62C - LMCO (Aeronautics or MFC - contact Buyer for more information) approval only.
62D - NADCAP approval only.
62E - Raytheon approval only.
Note: Supplier shall contact Moog Inc Supplier Quality Group upon receipt of order to assist in identifying a qualified Special Processor. It is the Supplier's responsibility to notify Moog Inc immediately if 1) the name and address of the special processor changes, 2) if the Special Processors approval has been revoked by NADCAP, or denied by Moog's customer. Moog's Supplier Quality Group can be contacted by e-mail at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
This article or substance has been identified as containing one or more Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC) per EU regulation 1907/2006 (REACh) Article 33 (Annex XIV). The supplier shall provide a declaration identifying all SVHCs present and the weight percent, if known, in the delivered article(s) or substances. Material declarations must be current as of the latest semi-annual REACH SVHC update.
Moog Workmanship Standards for Machined Metallic Part
Workmanship of machined metallic components shall comply with Appendices A - D of MRQ52620, MOOGWORKMANSHIP STANDARDS FOR MACHINED METALLIC PARTS, available at the following link: MachiningSupplierWorkmanshipStds.pdf
Adherence to DFARS Clause 252.225-7052 (“Restriction on the Acquisition of Certain Magnets and Tungsten (DEC 2019)”) concerning the prohibition of the use of Chinese-origin materials in the forming and manufacture of magnets applies to this order.
This requirement is in response to the implementation of section 871 of the NDAA for FY 2019 (Pub. L. 115-232) which codified Public Law 10 U.S.C. 2533c concerning the prohibition of any covered material melted or produced in any covered nation (North Korea, China, Russia, or Iran) or any end item that contains a covered material manufactured in any covered nation. Each shipment of magnets shall include a Certificate of Conformance that documents compliance with this requirement and that identifies:
The name of the processor that performed the sintering operation and the country in which the sintering was performed.
The name of the processor that performed the melting of the oxides to alloy and the country in which the melting was performed.
Workmanship Requirements for Electronic Assemblies
Materials supplied on this contract shall comply with the workmanship requirements specified by the corresponding alphanumeric character. If no alphanumeric character is provided, this SQAP shall default to the requirements of 66A.
A. MIL-STD-454 (latest revision) requirements 5 & 9
B. IPC A-610/EIA J-STD-001 (latest revision) under the requirements of Class 3 - High-performance Electronics.
A traveler (router) shall be generated by the supplier for the lot or batch being processed. The traveler will (at a minimum) evidence
1) Successful completion of sequential assembly process
2) Successful inspection operations
3) Successful test operations
4) Quantities processed through each operation
5) Traceability to the operator/inspector performing each operation stated above
In addition to the above requirements, if a condition or discrepancy is discovered during processing, the nature and remedy shall be recorded on the traveler or attached in such a manner that remedial actions are easily traceable to each discrepancy. A copy of the completed traveler shall be delivered to Moog with the components.
Supplier shall provide components that are tin-lead plated or coated, approved for use in high-reliability applications. Nickel/Palladium/Gold is an acceptable alternative to tin-lead plating. If supplier's standard component is solely tin-plated, the supplier shall post-process the component by pre-tinning in a tin-lead bath.
Statistical inspection is required on this purchase order. When attribute data is determined using a CMM machine to record inspection data from sample pieces, attach a copy of the CMM data to the sample inspection form, if applicable.
Only Key Characteristics (K/C's) are to be recorded on the sample inspection form. K/C's are identified on the drawing as "Any feature flagged as a K/C, or in lieu of a flagged K/C, any feature with a four-place (.0000) decimal point." A drawing flagged with K/C's only need those characteristics recorded, not all characteristics with four-place (.0000) decimal points. A typical measurement (sample average), sample measurement range, and number of pieces inspected for the sampled feature shall be recorded next to the characteristic under inspection. Rejections or nonconforming parts/features are not acceptable and should not be shipped to Moog.
The inspector responsible for acceptance of parts, as noted on the sample inspection form, must initial and/or use a unique identifier on the sampling inspection form. All sample parts must remain segregated for identification purposes when shipped to Moog. Sampling Inspection Forms will be made available upon request by Moog Quality Engineering.
Sampling inspection does not relieve the Supplier of their responsibility to manufacture all parts to drawing requirements. As a minimum, sampling inspection is allowed along with a "Certificate of Conformance" stating that all parts meet the drawing requirements.
Segregate and identify, with a tag or label, all sample inspected parts.
If there are no K/C's or 4 place decimal features on the drawing, sign the form saying that no K/C's were identified and all other features on the drawing have been inspected and accepted, and units may ship to Moog. A certificate of conformance is still required.
When required by the Purchase Order, special process certifications, such as heat-treating, plating, painting, etc still need to be submitted. The use of approved special process suppliers may also be required.
Sample inspection lot quantities that reveal any non-conforming features require rejection of the lot. In order to accept and ship such a lot to Moog, a 100% inspection for the non-conforming feature(s) or out of specification condition must be performed and any non-conforming pieces removed or reworked to specification. Minor non-conformances may be submitted to Moog Material Review Board for a request for waiver through the Buyer.
Circuit board suppliers are required to submit inspection records with each lot to verify that all solder mask artwork and drawing requirements have been met. Moog Incoming Inspection will reject any circuit board lot that does not contain sample inspection records as required. Sampling should be performed in accordance with ANSI/ASQ Z1.4 at a 1.5 AQL, Inspection Level II unless otherwise required by PO or agreed to in writing by Moog Quality Engineering.
This PO contains additional material origin requirements with the following restrictions: Raw Material must be melted (ingot) and or formed to its final shape (rod, bar, sheet, plate, etc.) by a US owned OEM/OCM. A US owned OEM/OCM is defined as a company that is owned and operated by a US entity. The specific manufacturing location may be located in a foreign country.
A completed copy of Moog Form J-103A Customer Supplied Material Certificate of Compliance (CSMCOC) must accompany every shipment of material. The certificate must relate specifically to the part numbers being provided and contain the signature of an authorized company representative. The certificate must be free of correction to part number, quantity, or any other number/identifier relevant to the pedigree of the material without expressed written consent from a Moog Quality Representative.
Verification of Prohibited Materials is required on this purchase order via analysis by Moog customer. Supplier must provide a single piece sample or coupon per lot of new material provided. In the case where more than one lot or batch is shipped, a sample or coupon from each lot must be provided with shipment. Upon receipt at Moog, single piece sample or coupon must be routed to Quality Engineering and entire receipt held until Customer analysis of prohibited materials is completed.
SHIPPING AND STORAGE OF BRAIDED SHIELDS TO PREVENT RED PLAGUE
Package in a water-vapor-proof bag per MIL-STD-2073-1E Method 51. MIL-STD-2073-1E Method 51: Enclose within a heat-sealed bag conforming to MIL-DTL-117, Type I, Class E, Style 1, 2 or 3, Type II, Class E, Style 1, or Type IV, Class E, Style 1.
Sealed bag must contain desiccant in accordance with MIL-D-3464 Type 2 (Non-dusting). Desiccant quantity (unit packs) required per MIL-STD-2073-1E, Method 50, Formula 1.
Sealed bag must also contain a Humidity Indicator Card that will show evidence that the inside of the bag has reached a humidity of 50% to 90% RH. Humidity Indicator Card must conform to MIL-I-8835 or equivalent.
Material must be clearly identified with the date of manufacture.
Where applicable, and deemed necessary by Moog Engineering, silver plated copper braid with this SQAP applied may be subjected to inspection by in accordance with ASTM B971; inspection to be performed by Moog. Failure to comply could result in the rejection and return of material.