AMS2750F now states that third party pyrometry service providers must have a quality system that is ISO/IEC 17025 accredited from an ILAC (International Laboratory Accreditation Corporation) recognized regional cooperation body by June 2022. This accreditation will apply to the laboratory standards and/or field service as applicable.
AMS2750F has arrived. With the industry having a limited amount of time to implement
the changes in full, Conrad Kacsik is working hard to keep our customers informed. Our
customers have depended on Conrad Kacsik to be their technical guide throughout the many changes AMS2750 has gone through and we are proud to be doing it again.
Byington Steel Treating, Inc. offers a full range of metal treating services in the Bay Area. Founded in 1952, Byington has been delighting customers and improving its operations for three generations of family ownership.
Companies providing thermal processing and heat-treating services are often amazed by the incredible capabilities of the latest supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems. As SCADA systems keep getting better, they deliver even greater value for providers.
Supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems are incredibly sophisticated interfaces that allow industrial processes to be controlled and monitored simply and effectively.
Many suppliers choose supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems primarily to meet Nadcap or AMS2750 requirements. While SCADA control systems are vital for those exacting standards, they also create a lot of opportunities to increase efficiency and run systems more effectively.
No matter what specifications you’re aiming for or process you’re controlling, you’ll need an effective supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system. SCADA systems are effective for a wide range of industries, allowing for exacting control and monitoring of industrial processes either on-site or remotely. A good SCADA system is crucial for compliance with specifications like AMS2750 and Nadcap.
Pyrometry procedures that comply with AMS2750E and/or Nadcap requirements can be complex and challenging to meet. I often perform gap analyses on heat-treat processes and uncover issues with procedures and work instructions that, if not remedied, will ensure failure when it comes to meeting Nadcap or AMS2750E requirements.
As a specialist in process controls, my company offers comprehensive temperature uniformity surveys. Through years of training operators and helping companies work on temperature uniformity survey procedures, I have found one of the sticking points in meeting compliance standards involves thermocouples.
Compliance verification is a foundation for a number of industry specifications, such as Nadcap and AMS2750E. Many people focus on following the right procedures and overlook the need to clearly account for all requirements in their internal procedures. When meeting industry standards, it’s imperative to not only capture all of the requirements but state them clearly and unambiguously within your procedures.