BOEING FINISH CODES Q&As
A discussion started in 2004 but continuing through 2018
Q. My company is manufacturing aircraft spares in accordance with drawings developed in the 60's and 70's. I see Boeing finish code PS362 in many places. Where can I find a copy of the spec?
Thank you very much!Ben Feldman
manufacturer - Ashburn, Virginia
Q. We have the same problem as this fellow. Could not find the response in the amadeya42.com letters. Is there an answer to this for the viewing public?Albert J Rinaldo
- Perris, California
Ed. note: Hello, Albert. It's a public forum not a private consulting service; if anyone answers, the response will appear on this page just like your followup. Sorry it hasn't drawn an answer yet.
A. The Boeing Corporation as well as Lockheed have "citis" portal access to all specs and documents dealing with their products (besides ANSI and NAS specs). Call your Buyer at the respective aerospace division to gain access to the 'product standard' portion of their customer site.Steven Harkins
- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
July 15, 2010
A. I have worked on a few Gov. jobs that calls for PS 362, In ALL of them, the separate tech. data package stated to REPLACE PS-632 WITH ANODIZE PER
Mil-A-8625 [link is to free spec at Defense Logistics Agency, dla.mil] TY I OR II
See if you have a data package, the answer is probably there.
happy to help, Mike
- Mount Vernon, New York, USA
July 2, 2013
Q. Has anyone come up with the Boeing finish spec PS362?Richard Taeger
- New London, Iowa, US
February 20, 2015
VF-3.0 Chemical treatment per BAC 5719 or MIL-C-5541
VF-3.1 Chromic acid anodize per MIL-A-8625 Type I
VF-3.2 SULFURIC ACID ANODIZE PER MIL-A-8625 Type II
I hope this will help.
- Boise, Idaho, USA
Q. I have been looking for a Boeing finish code F-1.191 with very little success. I know it is some sort of plating. Can anyone help? Thanks so much.Andrew Lauckner
precision products - Wayne, New Jersey
A. Google found this reference (in a ca. 2004 document):
- Goleta, California
amadeya42.com honored Ken for his countless carefully
A. Doing a simple web search I found this....
Metal amadeya42 - San Jose, California, USA
June 24, 2013
Q. Looking for Boeing Metal 4340 finish spec F-1001Richard Taeger
Military supplier - New London, Iowa, US
July 13, 2013
A. Can you confirm it is F-1001 and not P-1001? I do have a cross-reference for P-1001 but not F-1001.
Feather Hollow Eng.
July 16, 2013
Looks like it could be P-1001
- New London, Iowa, US
July 17, 2013
A. I have a cross-reference for P-1001. Here is the information:
High Impact Resistance Primer, Green, BAC, 452;
DMS 2144 Comp A;
DHMS C4.18 Ty III, Cl A, Gr A;
BMS 10-79 Ty III, Cl A, Gr A /
Feather Hollow Eng.
Boeing Vertol VF-3.0January 16, 2008
Q. I think this will be a tough one. I have a Boeing Vertol drawing that has a finish code
VF-3.0 + VF-1.1 and the part requiring the finish is a 2024-t3 aluminum bushing/sleeve.
Any help would be much appreciated and documentation to back it up would be even better.
machine shop employee - Wayne, New Jersey
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Looking for Boeing Finish Code F-1003January 20, 2017
Q. Can anyone tell me where to find an old Boeing Finish Code F-1003Mike Gordon
Fairlane Tool - Fraser, Michigan
August 29, 2017
A. Boeing's Finish Codes are listed in D6-5000 Document.
- Long Beach, California USA
October 12, 2017
Q. Good day everyone.
I am working on a nylon part that for the KC135.
The finish call out reads,F-19.52 + F-14-685
Can anyone tell me what this is, it is not listed in the D2-5000 spec.
employee - Lake Forest California
January 15, 2018
Q. Working on a part for Boeing and getting a little lost in Specs. The codes called out are CHEMICAL TREAT PER VF-3.0, PRIME PER VF-1.70, AND FINISH PER VF-1.80 (REF: BLACK COLOR NO.37038) EXCEPT AS NOTED PER FL1.
Any information is appreciated or any pointing in the right direction.
- Paintsville, Kentucky USA
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