Pyrometry specifications (temperature measurements) AMS 2750F
are the dominant equipment specifications used for thermal processes of metals in the aerospace industry. Many other specifications (examples: CQI-9, BAC 5621, RPS 953, NADCAP 7102
) reference partially to AMS 2750F. Section 3.2 defines the requirements for thermocouples
, instrument accuracy and calibration intervals for control instruments and recorders which need to be digital and have a readability of .1°F (.1°C) by June 2022. This means an instrument displaying 4 numbers can only be used to 999.9°F (537.7°C). It also requires that source data records can not be altered without detection (temper evident).
Our electric heated or gas fired furnaces and ovens can meet AMS 2750F class 1 or class 2 specification. Contact our application engineers to find out how to make your equipment compliant and upgrade to a SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) system to improve information flow in your manufacturing processes.
Keith is also a UL panel shop that builds control panels for every process control system.