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Temperature Monitoring in Primary Metals Processing
Temperature Profiling in Industrial Coatings

Aerospace Furnace Survey (AMS2750 CQI9)

In the aerospace and automotive heat treatment industries, Temperature Uniformity Surveying (TUS) is the technique of confirming the process is compliant with industry standards.  Furnaces and ovens are normally required to be compliant to AMS2750 or CQI-9 specifications before products can be heat treated.

Application Need 

Having the capability to automatically generate reports (and an audit trail of these reports) reduces furnace survey time, decreases man hours spent generating reports and eliminates the 'human error' factor. There is a need for an accurate and robust data logger (0.6C/1F) and a specialized software package to run the temperature uniformity surveys (real-time analysis may be required).

Benefits to the customer 
  • Provide easy-to-use AMS2750 and CQI-9 compliant software packages
  • Save time when running real-time TUS to maximize process availabilty
  • Reduce time needed to generate reports and eliminate human error with a dedicated TUS software solution
Thermal Profiling Systems
  • Run surveys in real-time more efficiently using Insight™ software that is fully compatible with AMS2750 reports that can be generated instantly
  • Flexibility of multiple thermocouple types on TP3 data loggers, with up to 20 channels on a single logger that can be doubled or tripled, depending on TUS needs
  • Fully certified TUS capability for AMS2750E and CQI-9, including on board correction factors and calibration data to eliminate human error

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