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Question Is there a Specification for safety wire installation - Aerospace, SAE or otherwise

Does anybody know if there is an aerospace spec, SAE or otherwise, for the installation of safety wire? We tie down a connector jam nut for a device we manufacture but I cannot justify the method we use.

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Re: Spec for safety wire installation

Give NASM 33540 a try.
Many folks write their own internal doc.It can allways get intresting when there is a differance of opinion on what is the "right" criteria to use. The approved design data allways wins so for us our TSO data is the law.
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Re: Is there a Specification for safety wire installation - Aerospace, SAE or otherwi

Take a look at the attached. I'm on the road and don't have access to my mechanics manuals, but I'm an A&P and lockwire can look like what I have here.
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Re: Spec for safety wire installation

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Give NASM 33540 a try.
Many folks write their own internal doc.It can allways get intresting when there is a differance of opinion on what is the "right" criteria to use. The approved design data allways wins so for us our TSO data is the law.
Does anyone have the NASM33540 standard in pdf format? I would appreciate if you can attach it here or contact me.
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Does anyone have the NASM33540 standard in pdf format? I would appreciate if you can attach it here or contact me.
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Re: Spec for safety wire installation

Understood. Thank you Mr Stijloor.
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Re: Is there a Specification for safety wire installation - Aerospace, SAE or otherwi

Try to google FAA advisory circular AC 43.13-1B Chapter 7. The complete hard-copy volume "Acceptable methods, techniques, and practices aircraft inspection and repair". Individual chapters are usually available for download.
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Re: Is there a Specification for safety wire installation - Aerospace, SAE or otherwi

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Try to google FAA advisory circular AC 43.13-1B Chapter 7. The complete hard-copy volume "Acceptable methods, techniques, and practices aircraft inspection and repair". Individual chapters are usually available for download.
Thank you Mr AEOS_QA for the recommendation of the FAA advisory circular AC 43.13-1B Chapter 7. Very useful indeed.
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