MIL-PRF-372E - Weapons Solvent Cleaning Compound Specification
We perform testing by military specification MIL-PRF-372, which covers a cleaner used to clean the bores of small arms and automatic aircraft weapons. This type of bore cleaner is used in removing primer salts and as a temporary preservative for metallic items. This bore cleaner is a highly penetrating mobile liquid and is intended for use in cleaning the bores of small arms and automatic aircraft weapons. The material provides a temporary rust-resistant coating for the cleaned surface.
To read or download this specification, click HERE. This specification supersedes military specification MIL-C-372.
The following is a list of tests required by Specification MIL-PRF-372D. Some of these tests are customized for this exact specification. Alcor Petrolab and Phoenix Chemical Laboratory specialize in unusual and custom testing, and our testing capabilities are continuing to expand; to discuss the exact testing you need, contact one of our laboratories today. To see more information about one of these tests, click on the test method number.
Table II Tests
- MIL-PRF-372E §4.1.1 - Qualification
- MIL-PRF-372E §4.1.2 - Conformance Inspection
- MIL-PRF-372E §4.2.1 - Graphite
- MIL-PRF-372E §4.2.2 - ODSs
- MIL-PRF-372E §4.2.3 - Toxicity and Hazardous Materials
- MIL-PRF-372E §4.2.4 - Color and Appearance
- ASTM D56 - Flash Point Test
- ASTM D97 - Pour Point Test
- MIL-PRF-372E §4.3.2 - Aluminum, Steel, Copper Corrosion Test
- MIL-PRF-372E §4.3.3 - Plastic Submersion Test
- ASTM B117 - Salt Spray Corrosion Test (Modified per Specification)
- FTM 3007 - Water Displacement & Water Stability Test (Modified per Specification)
- MIL-PRF-372E §4.5.1 - Firing Residue Removal Test
- MIL-PRF-372E §188.8.131.52 - Freezing Stability Test
- MIL-PRF-372E §184.108.40.206 - Heating Stability Test
- MIL-PRF-372E §4.5.3 - Abrasive Cleaning