Aerospace Material Specification (AMS) 2750 is a pyrometry specification (i.e., temperature-driven) that employs procedures, timelines, calibration data, record archiving, SAT (System Accuracy Testing), TUS (Temperature Uniformity Surveys) and thermocouple guidelines/applications.
If that’s not daunting enough, AMS 2750 plays a key role in ensuring those utilizing special processes and heat treating parts for the Aerospace industry adhere to consistent, high-quality standards for Aerospace products.
So when it comes to AMS 2750, the question is: are you in the know?
This infographic explores some of the key changes that occurred with AMS 2750E – from knowing if heat sinks are a viable option during a TUS to being aware of whether or not you need to keep all thermocouple correction factors for data conversion.
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