3020-00-014-0786

GEAR,BEVEL


3020-00-014-0786 (3020000140786, 000140786)
Part Number (1 listing): 201089-1
Summary

FSG 30 / FSC 3020

DEMIL: A

DEMIL INT: 1

HMIC: N

Date Created: 1 Jan 1961

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MASTER CROSS REFERENCE LIST (MCRL) | NSN 3020-00-014-0786 Submit RFQ
Manufacturer Part NumberRNCCRNVCManufacturer NameCAGE
201089-13 - Design Control Reference2 - Production ItemRAYTHEON COMPANY  97871    CAGE 97871  
Code Definitions

3 - Design Control Reference

Reference Number Category Code (DRN_2910)


Design Control Reference. The primary number used to identify an item of production or a range of items of production, by the manufacturer (individual, company, firm, corporation, or Government activity) which controls the design, characteristics, and production of the item by means of its engineering drawings, specifications and inspection requirements.

2 - Production Item

Reference Number Variation Code (DRN_4780)


A design control or other reference number that is an item-identifying number for an item of production, or a source control reference or a specification or standard part, type, or similar reference number that is an item-identifying number for an item of supply.


FLIS - SEG A - IDENTIFICATION | NSN 3020-00-014-0786 Submit RFQ
FSGFSCNIINFIIGINCCRITICALITYTYPE OF ITEMMRCDEMILHMICEDCPMICADPECDATE CREATED
3030200001407860546329ANU1 Jan 1961
Code Definitions

30

Federal Supply Group (FSG_3994/FSC_WI_FSG_3996)


Mechanical Power Transmission Equipment

3020

Federal Supply Class (FSC_3994/FSC_WI_FSC_3996)


Gears, Pulleys, Sprockets, and Transmission Chain

000140786

National Item Identification Number (NCB_CD_4130/I_I_NBR_4131)


NSN 3020-00-014-0786

05463

Item Naming Code (INC_4080)

1 Jan 1961

NIIN Assignment Date (DT_NIIN_ASGMT_2180)

2

Type of Item Identification (TYP_II_4820)


Reference Item Identification

9

Reference / Partial Descriptive Method Reason Code (RPDMRC_4765)


A Defense Logistics Information Service-generated code for items lacking but requiring an RPDMRC (i.e., through mass FIIG revision change an item may be downgraded from a type 1 to a reference or partial descriptive method item identification).

A

Demilitarization Code (DEMIL_CD_0167)


Non-MLI/ Non-SLI — Demilitarization not required.

N

Hazardous Material Indicator Code (HMIC_0865)


Indicates there is no data in the HMIRS and the NSN is in a FSC not generally suspected of containing hazardous materials.

U

Precious Metals Indicator Code (PMIC_0802)


Precious Metal Content is unknown.


FLIS - SEG B - MOE RULE DATA | NSN 3020-00-014-0786 Submit RFQ
MOE RuleFormer MOEAMCAMSCNIMSCIMCIMC ActivityAACDSORCollaboratorsReceiversEffective Date
ZF011 Apr 1991
ZR011 Jun 1999
Code Definitions

FLIS - SEG E - ITEM STANDARDIZATION DATA | NSN 3020-00-014-0786 Submit RFQ
ISCOriginatorNIIN StatusReplaced / Replacement ISCReplaced / Replacement OriginatorReplacement NIIN StatusReplacement DateReplaced / Replacement NSNDecision Date
2AX016 Sep 1970
Code Definitions

2

Item Standardization Code (ISC_2650)


An item authorized for procurement which has been included in an item reduction study and which initially does not replace an item not authorized for procurement. In addition, in generic relationships, a code 2 item is related to a code 1 item.

AX

Originator of Standardization Decision (ORG_STDZN_DEC_9325)


Defense Supply Center Columbus, Columbus, OH 43216-5000

0

NIIN Status Code (NIIN_STAT_CD_2670)


Item is active. File data coded KFD is forwarded. if this KFD data represents your item of supply, submit, if applicable, an LAD, LAU, or LCU transaction. Otherwise, use the National Stock Number (NSN) in your supply system.

16 Sep 1970

Standardization Decision Date (DT_STDZN_DEC_2300)


FLIS - SEG G - FREIGHT DATA | NSN 3020-00-014-0786 Submit RFQ
IntegrityOriginatingHMCLCLWCCTCCSHCADCACCASHLTLNMFCNMFC Sub ItemUFCFreight DescriptionRail Variance
Code Definitions

XX

Originating Activity Code (ORIG_ACTY_CD_4210)


Rail Variance

Rail Variance (RAIL_VARI_CD_4760)


No Variation. NMFC and UFCC Match.




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