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Blade Server Packaging Instructions : IBM - Single Wide Blades
No. WW-P-01030 Rev. 11
Status: In Production
STG - Systems
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WW-P-01030
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ISC-Global Procurement
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Jul-24-2006
Jeffrey Miller/Raleigh/IBM, Paul Cance/Raleigh/IBM
Jeffrey Miller/Raleigh/IBM
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GQBA
Jul-24-2006
Paul Cance/Raleigh/IBM
Procedure Description
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Blade Server Packaging Instructions: IBM Single Wide Blades
NOTE: This document is designed to be used online. You are responsible to use only the “Production”
version online.
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IMPORTANT NOTICE: The Federal Aviation Administration requires certification that packages shipped
by air do not contain explosives, hazardous materials, incendiaries or other destructive devices.
Therefore, just prior to sealing the carton, you must inspect its contents to confirm that it contains only
parts specified on the IBM bill of materials. If the contents meet specifications, then seal the carton with
IBM logo tape or another tamper evident indicator specified on the bill of materials. The logo tape or
tamper evident seal will indicate that the carton can be certified to meet FAA standards for air shipment. If
you discover parts or devices that appear suspicious (whether or not potentially explosive), carefully
secure the carton on the line and notify IBM management promptly.
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- Information contained in this document is for reference purposes only.
- Process and Part Numbers may vary in each manufacturing location.
- Refer to local site procedures and Bill of Materials for any substitutions.
- No deviation is to be made to the overall assembly without prior written approval from the responsible
Packaging Engineer.
NOTE: All single wide blades, machine type 8844, must use packaging
instructions SG-P-01283 ("Blade Server Packaging Instructions : Single
Wide Blades - MT 8844").
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MTM Listing
This packaging instruction applies to, but is not limited to, the following Machine Types:
1883
1884
7981
8678
8832
8843
8853
Table of Contents
Section 1 - Unit Packaging
Section 2 - Manufacturing Palletization
Section 3 - Distribution
Section 4 - Material Listing (BOM)
Section 1 - Unit Packaging
1. Assemble carton 22K8198 as shown below.
2. Place Blade in ESD bag 37L8109, as shown below, and seal it closed using Padlock label 06P6550.
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3. Assemble cushions 37L8108 and place them on the blade unit as shown below.
NOTE: The ESD bag has been removed to show proper product orientation.
4. Place the Blade with cushions into carton 22K8198 as shown below.
NOTE: Place the instruction manual and any shipgroup content on top of the cushions /product.
5. Close and seal carton 22K8198 using IBM approved logo tape.
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Section 2 - Manufacturing Palletization
2.1 - Worldwide Palletization
2.1.1 - Place 42 systems on a full size pallet (6038887).
2.1.2 - Secure load to pallet utilizing "Best of Breed" palletization methods. See 92F6168 - "Best of
Breed" Pallet Unitization or QMX document P-04146.
2.1.3 - Place two pallet labels (33G6283) on the front and left sides of the pallet load.
2.2 - EMEA Palletization
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2.2.1 - Place 30 systems on a full size pallet (6038887).
2.2.2 - Secure load to pallet utilizing "Best of Breed" palletization methods. See 92F6168 - "Best of
Breed" Pallet Unitization or QMX document P-04146.
2.2.3 - Place two pallet labels (33G6283) on the front and left sides of the pallet load.
Section 3 - Distribution
NOTE: All units will be received into Distribution as indicated above in Section 3, Manufacturing
Palletization, and are approved to be stacked 4 pallets high.
3.1 - Secure load to pallet (or half pallet) as necessary utilizing "Best of Breed" palletization methods.
See 92F6168 - "Best of Breed" Pallet Unitization or QMX document P-04146.
3.2 For single shipments or low volume quantities, ship the product by itself, no pallet is required.
For multiple unit shipments of 21 or less use half pallet (6038888). Make sure each layer is full. If the
top layer is uneven ship the extra carton separate.
For quantities greater than 21 use full size pallet (6038887). Make sure each layer is full. If the top
layer is uneven ship the extra carton separate.
Section 4 - Materials Listing (BOM)
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World Wide Packaging BOM 25P1371
WW Common Part BOM 25P1242
Common Parts
Carton - 22K8198
Cushion (2) - 37L8108
ESD Bag - 37L8109
Padlock Label - 06P6550
References
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Revision History
Approval Information
Paul Cance - Approve on 7/24/2006 4:14:36 PM
Editors
History Log
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