A headed fastening device having a smooth solid shank designed to have the shank end upset after insertion.
RIVETS I/S PLAIN/GALVANIZED ETC
Federal Supply Class (FSC)
99.5 degrees minimum and 100.5 degrees maximum
0.584 inches minimum and 0.604 inches maximum
Head Major Diameter
0.210 inches minimum and 0.218 inches maximum
Flush (flat) countersunk (included angle - less than 135 deg w or w/o chamfer)
Iron alloy 660 overall
0.123 inches minimum and 0.126 inches maximum
80000 single pounds per square inch
Trade Control Compliance
Schedule B Export Code: A ten position numeric code that identifies an item exported overseas. this unique identification code is assigned by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Sch. B Description
Rivets of iron or steel
Non-usml/non-ccli - no demil or dod tsc required. department of commerce may impose licensing requirements to certain destinations. (note 9).
Not ITAR Controlled
MOE / End Users
Represents the subdivisions of a US governmental organization or an agency of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), and other friendly governments and international organizations participating in the federal catalog program.
Country / Entity Name
U.s. Marine Corps
Material & Special Handling
Item material and handling information
Indicates there is no data in the hmirs and the nsn is in a fsc not generally suspected of containing hazardous materials.
Precious Metals Indicator
Precious metal content is unknown
The item does not have a nuclear hardened feature or any other critical feature such as tolerance, fit restriction or application.
This is a nonreparable item. if condemned or economically unserviceable, then dispose at the level authorized replace the item.
National Motor Freight
NMFC: A six position numeric code, which divides articles into groups or classes according to physical characteristics. The classification is based on truckloads vs. less than truckload.
Rivets I/s Plain/galvanized Etc
Less than a truck load rating
Type of Cargo
No special type of cargo code applicable
Other or no special handling required (sh)
Air Dimension Code
Shipment is not a consolidation and does not exceed 84 inches in any dimension.
Construction materials: includes paint and related materials, prefabricated building, wood products, metal and composition materials and their products, commercial hardware and miscellaneous items, cement, asphalt, building maintenance materials.
Air Special Handling
No special handling required.
5320-00-005-0981, A headed fastening device having a smooth solid shank designed to have the shank end upset after insertion.
Supply Class (FSC)
Item Name Code (INC)
Jun 16, 1972
00861 (Rivet, Solid)
Solid RivetsCross Reference
Cage Code 96906
SATELLITE COMMUNICATION SUBSYSTEM (TAMCN:A02347G)
SF – Stock fund applicable to items managed for the air force by the respective inventory control point.
9 – Air force decentrally managed
SX – Brac mmac for oc-alc
N – The current standard price in the catalog management data (cmd) has not been analyzed or coded for lp/lm. -the price has not been analyzed or reviewed for accuracy. -zop or standard price challenges are permissible, but must be supported with adequate justification. however, if coded for local purchase (lp) or fabrication/manufacture as indicated with an (lm) acquisition advice code of l" or "f", the case must be evaluated locally where purchased or fabricated."
Air Force Management Code Definition
A two position code that classifies an item into categories in terms of funding and budgeting.
Identifies investment items to budget programs from which item is funded.
Identifies an item of supply to be managed by a specific activity manager.
Indicates validity of the recorded unit price.
1 – Marine corps stock fund account item.
5 – Critical repair part to a combat essential end item. those parts or components whose failure in a combat essential end item wi
B – All commodities
1 – Bin
Marines Code Definition
Stores Account (SAC)
Indicates the type of funds employed within the marine corps in supply support operations.
Combat Essentiality (CEC)
Establishes if an item is essential to the operational readiness of a weapon system or the conduct of a military mission, or that a functional part contributes to the tactical and essential operations of an item component or assembly, and its failure would render the item inoperable or incapable of fulfilling its mission.
Management Echelon (MEC)
Classifies items into categories by material and procurement echelon.
Material Identification (MIC)
Identifies method of accounting, degree, and type of control to be maintained for the item and to identify material by specific purpose, type, or classification for the war reserve system.
Operational test (OTC)
Indicates special procedures must be performed on an item of supply while under care-in-stores or as a part of the issue process.
Physical Category (PCC)
Indicates category for picking, packing, and marking items for shipment.