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Section III. PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS)
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TM-5-5420-279-23 Dry Support Bridge (DSB) (NSN
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PROTECTIVE FINISHES
TM 5-5420-279-23
Fig 5.1 Stress Corrosion Cracking
(2) Bi-metallic Corrosion. This generally occurs on aluminum alloy components in contact
with steel fastenings where the protective finish has been damaged (Fig 5.2).
Fig 5.2 Bi-Metallic Corrosion
(3) Exfoliation (or layer) Corrosion. This is a less common form of corrosion occurring in
alloys with copper or magnesium content. It is often the cause of flaking paintwork (Fig 5.3).
Fig 5.3 Exfoliation Corrosion
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