Principles of Pyrometry Training

Join us June 25–26, 2019, in Aurora, Ohio, to learn all about AMS2750E and how it relates to Nadcap requirements.

Temperature Uniformity
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Guaranteeing Industrial Furnace and Controls Compliance With Furnace Temperature Uniformity Surveys

Conrad Kacsik has the tools and talent to keep your industrial furnace and controls compliant with Nadcap standards, AMS2750 pyrometry specifications and CQI-9 standards. Our furnace temperature uniformity surveys measure overall equipment performance and ensure that furnaces are capable of repeatable and accurate performance.

Furnace temperature uniformity surveys are crucial, and when working to meet a specification or standard, it’s critical to follow the requirements of that standard.

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Furnace Temperature Uniformity Survey Procedure

Temperature Uniformity Survey ProcedureDuring our furnace temperature uniformity surveys, we:

  • Verify your furnace’s classification
  • Define the qualified working zone
  • Set up an ongoing testing schedule
  • Measure how tightly the furnace stays in tolerance
  • Place the correct number of required TUS sensors
  • Determine the correct load conditions and furnace atmosphere
  • Test the temperature uniformity range within the qualified working zone
  • Collect and report the data in accordance with AMS2750

We can also perform ISO/IEC 17025 accredited testing to meet the E145 specification, which relates to gravity-convection and forced-ventilation ovens for the polymer and rubber industry.

We have factory-trained technicians who evaluate all types of heat treating and vacuum furnaces. If a furnace fails to pass a furnace temperature uniformity survey, we offer comprehensive assessment, troubleshooting and repair services that will help you avoid downtime and deliver consistently superior products.

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For more information on our temperature uniformity services, contact us to learn more.