Illiana has extensive experience in performing surveys on batch-type and continuous furnaces per
Aerospace Material Specification AMS-2750. Our highly trained technicians have years of experience
performing temperature uniformity surveys on a wide variety of equipment. We can work with you to give you
a thermal profile of all most any process.
We use state-of-the-art multipoint recorders or dataloggers that provide both written records and
computerized numeric data of all survey results. All our measurements are NIST traceable. We are
accredited to A2LA ISO 17025 and ANSI Z540. At the conclusion of the survey, customers are provided with
a professional report of the survey findings, plus paper and electronic copies of the furnace data to facilitate
any further analysis. .
We routinely survey batch furnaces in a wide range of shapes and sizes. We survey everything from small
tabletop test lab ovens up to huge car bottom ovens. We typically use a minimum of nine temperature
sensors on each survey. For larger ovens, we use up to 40 sensors to comply with Aerospace Material
Specification AMS-2750, as defined by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE).
Continuous furnaces always present unique challenges. We have performed surveys on small ovens only
20 or 30 feet long, as well as large ovens over 200 feet long. Carburizing, carbonitriding, annealing, and
stress relief type ovens are among the many types with which we have experience.
We will work with you to make sure you pass your next AMS2750E Audit. Read more about our
Temperature Uniformity Surveys here
AMS 2750E COMPLIANT TEMPERATURE
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