145.22 Materials Requirements
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(4) An operator's maintenance organization may build small amount of in-house fabricated parts for its own internal maintenance purpose in accordance with the working procedure approved by the CAAC Headquarter Office or the CAAC RA. This case is only limited to the aircraft components that their malfunction, failure or defect will not result in any one of the conditions listed in the Article 4 of Section 5 of CCAR Part 21 "Certification of Civil Aviation Products and Parts". The maintenance organization other than the operator’s maintenance organization which builds the aforementioned in-house fabricated parts shall inform the operator about the factual situation and obtain the approval from the CAAC Headquarter Office or the CAAC RA via the operator prior to the use. The in-house fabricated parts shall not be sold.
(5) The maintenance organization shall make evaluation on the supplier and perform the receiving inspections on the incoming materials under the control of the quality system to prevent unqualified material from being used in the maintenance work; The stored material shall be properly identified, kept and distributed to avoid misplacement and damage of the material and shall ensure that the material remain in good serviceable conditions and is properly used.
(6) Regarding material subject to shelf life control, the maintenance organization shall establish effective measures to prevent shelf life expired material from being used in maintenance work.
(7) Regarding chemical products and materials subject to electrostatic protection requirement, effective measures shall be taken to safely protect the materials according to the manufacturer’s requirements.
(8) The maintenance organization shall establish a system to segregate unserviceable materials and destroy scrapped materials in order to prevent the unserviceable or scrapped materials from being used in maintenance work.The maintenance organization shall fulfill following requirements to keep the material necessary for the intended maintenance work, have effective control and management over it to ensure its conformity:
(1) Material used for maintenance work shall comply with the requirements of the relevant airworthiness data. In the case of using the material from other organizations via contract/agreement, the maintenance organization shall keep the valid contract/agreement.
(2) Material used by the maintenance organization shall bear the valid certificate of conformity. The receiving inspection system for incoming material shall be established within the maintenance organization to prevent material that is found with nonconformity or is unapproved from being used for maintenance. The certificate of conformity of material may be in terms of the following:
i. Standard parts or raw material shall come with the Certificate of Approval or Certificate of Conformity.
ii. The brand new non-standard part or non-raw material shall come with the Airworthiness Approval Tag or Authorized Release Certificate issued by the manufacturer.
iii. Used material shall come with the Authorized Release Certificate/Airworthiness Approval Tag as prescribed in the Attachment 7 of this regulation, issued by the maintenance organization approved by the CAAC Headquarter Office or the CAAC RA in accordance with this regulation.
(3) The maintenance organization shall inform the operator about the factual situation in the case of using material provided by the suppliers which are not approved by the civil aircraft manufacturer, and acquire the approval from the CAAC Headquarter Office or the CAAC RA via the operator prior to the use.