41 CFR 102-33.370 - What must we do to dispose of military FSCAP or life-limited parts?

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§ 102-33.370 What must we do to dispose of military FSCAP or life-limited parts?
To dispose of military FSCAP or life-limited parts, you must use the following tables:
(a) Table 1 for disposing of uninstalled FSCAP and life-limited parts follows:
Table 1 for Disposing of Uninstalled FSCAP and Life-Limited Parts
(1) If an Uninstalled FSCAP (i.e., not installed in an aircraft or engine)—
(i) Is documented Then (A) You may exchange or sell it or transfer it to another executive agency under parts 102-36 and 102-39 of this subchapter B and the rules in this part;(B) GSA may donate it for flight use under part 102-37 of this subchapter B; or (C) GSA may donate it for ground use only, after you mutilate and mark it, “FSCAP—NOT AIRWORTHY” (the State Agency for Surplus Property must certify that the part has been mutilated and marked before donation).
(ii) Is undocumented, but traceable to its original equipment manufacturer (OEM) or production approval holder (PAH)— Then (A) You may exchange or sell it only to the OEM or PAH under part 102-39 of this subchapter B;(B) GSA may transfer or donate it for flight use, but only by making it a condition of the transfer or donation agreement that the recipient will have the part inspected, repaired, and certified by the OEM or PAH before putting it into service (Note: Mark parts individually to ensure that the recipient is aware of the parts' service status); or (C) GSA may donate it for ground use only, after you mutilate and mark it, “FSCAP—NOT AIRWORTHY” (the State Agency for Surplus Property must certify that the part has been mutilated and marked before donation).
(iii) Is undocumented and untraceable, you must mutilate it, and— Then (A) GSA may transfer or donate it for ground use only, after you mark it, “FSCAP—NOT AIRWORTHY” (the State Agency for Surplus Property must certify that the part has been mutilated and marked before donation); or(B) You may sell it only for scrap under §§ 102-33.310 and 102-33.315.
(2) If an uninstalled life-limited part (i.e., not installed in an aircraft or engine)—
(i) Is documented with service life remaining Then (A) You may exchange or sell it or transfer it to another executive agency under parts 102-36 and 102-39 of this subchapter B and the rules in this part;(B) GSA may donate it for flight use under part 102-37 of this subchapter B; or (C) GSA may donate it for ground use only, after you mutilate and mark it, “EXPIRED LIFE-LIMITED—NOT AIRWORTHY” (the State Agency for Surplus Property must certify that the part has been mutilated and marked before donation).
(ii) Is documented with no service life remaining, or undocumented, GSA may not transfer it to another executive agency for flight use— But (A) GSA may transfer or donate it for ground use only, after you mutilate and mark it, “EXPIRED LIFE-LIMITED—NOT AIRWORTHY” (the State Agency for Surplus Property must certify that the part has been mutilated and marked before donation); or(B) You must mutilate it and may sell it only for scrap.
(b) Table 2 for disposing of installed life-limited parts follows:
Table 2 for Disposing of Installed Life-Limited Parts
(1) If a life-limited part is installed in an aircraft or an engine, and it—
(i) Is documented with service life remaining— Then (A) You may exchange or sell the aircraft or engine, or GSA may tranfer the aircraft or engine to another executive agency under parts 102-36 and 102-39 of this subchapter B and the rules in this part;(B) GSA may donate the aircraft or engine for flight use; or (C) GSA may donate the aircraft or engine for ground use only, after you remove the part, mutilate it and mark it, “EXPIRED LIFE-LIMITED—NOT AIRWORTHY.” (Note: An internal engine part may be left installed, if, as a condition of the donation agreement, the receiving donee agrees to remove and mutilate the part, and mark it (the State Agency for Surplus Property must certify that the part has been multilated and marked)).
(ii) Is documented with no service life remaining, or undocumented— Then (A) You must remove and mutilate the part before you exchange or sell the aircraft or engine (see rules for disposing of uninstalled life-limited parts in Table 1 of paragraph (a) of this section). (Note: If an aircraft or engine is exchanged or sold to its OEM or PAH, you do not have to remove the expired life-limited part);(B) You must remove and mutilate it before GSA may transfer or donate the aircraft or engine for flight use (see the rules for disposing of uninstalled FSCAP in Table 1 in paragraph (a) of this section). (Note: An internal engine part may be left installed, if you identify the part individually to ensure that the receiving agency is aware of the part's service status and, as a condition of the transfer or donation agreement, the receiving agency agrees to remove and mutilate the part before the engine is put into service. You must certify mutilation for transfers, and the State Agency for Surplus Property must certify that the part has been mutilated for donations); or (C) GSA may donate the aircraft or engine for ground use only, after you remove the part, mutilate and mark it “EXPIRED LIFE-LIMITED—NOT AIRWORTHY.” (Note: An internal engine part may be left installed, if, as a condition of the donation agreement, the receiving agency agrees to remove and mutilate the part and mark it (the State Agency for Surplus Property must certify that the part has been mutilated and marked)).
[67 FR 67743, Nov. 6, 2002; 67 FR 70480, Nov. 22, 2002]

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