A National Stock Number has been officially assigned to most RAM FLAT Compactors by the US Department of Defense (DOD). When a NSN is assigned to an item, data is assembled to describe that item. Some data elements include information such as an item name, manufacturer's part number, unit price, and physical and performance characteristics. NSNs are an essential part of the DOD Supply Chain used in acquisition, managing, moving, storing, and disposal of material.
RAM FLAT Compactor
National Stock Numbers as supplied by
the Defense Logistics Agency
STANDARD RAM FLAT COMPACTOR INCLUDES:
TEFC motor and starter, NEMA 1 control cabinet and 115 volt push button controls. Customer to wire from their disconnect. The Model 55SC has hydraulic controls with electric motor Start/Stop.
EXPLOSION-PROOF MOTOR/PNEUMATIC CONTROLS INCLUDES:
Standard constructed RAM FLAT Compactor with Class 1, Division 1, Group D explosion-proof TEFC motor and Pneumatic Controls. Customer to furnish and wire from their disconnect and starter per appropriate electrical code. Customer to furnish 50-60 psi air to pneumatic controls.
EXPLOSION-PROOF MOTOR/HYDRAULIC CONTROLS INCLUDES:
Standard constructed RAM FLAT Compactor with Class 1, Division 1, Group D explosion-proof TEFC motor and Hydraulic Controls. Customer to furnish and wire from their disconnect and starter per appropriate electrical codes. The Model 55SC-EX has hydraulic controls with a NEMA 7 electric motor starter and Start/Stop motor controls.
What is a National Stock Number?
The 13-digit unique code is assigned to an item of supply that is repeatedly stocked, stored and issued throughout the federal supply system. It’s assigned at the request of the military services, certain federal or civilian agencies and foreign friendly countries. Learn all you need to know about NSNs.