AMS 2750 Rev F changes… What’s new?
Let’s start at the beginning, what is AMS 2750?
AMS 2750 is a specification prepared by AMS committee B and AMEC and issued by SAE International.
First published in April of 1980, AMS (which stands for Aerospace Material Specification) 2750 covers the pyrometry requirements for thermal processing equipment used in the tight tolerances of the Aerospace industry and its supply chain.
The specification last underwent a major revision in July of 2012 with the release of revision E. In late June of 2020, the long-awaited complete rewrite of revision F was released during a worldwide pandemic, giving little time for those involved within the Pyrometry and Quality world to prepare and adjust to the significantly tighter sensor tolerances that the latest revision introduces as well as other substantial changes.
Starting in September, with dates to be announced very soon, CCPI Europe will be bringing you a FREE virtual training course from our very own Technical Team and members of AMEC (AMS Aerospace Metals Engineering Committee), Trevor Ford and Phillip Williams.
With the major changes within the new revision from restrictions to expendable base metal thermocouple usage, to instrumentation time synchronization being just part of the presentation, knowledge and training is the key and CCPI Europe is here to help our customers.
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More about CCPI Europe
CCPI Europe was founded in 1984 on the outskirts of Sheffield, UK – known famously as “The Steel City” thanks to its global reputation for steel production during the industrial revolution.
With over 35 years of industry experience delivering temperature measurement solutions to a wide spectrum of industries including aerospace, automotive, glass, steel and many more. We are the experts in the field of manufacturing and calibration of temperature sensors, working in partnership with our customers to ensure we exceed their expectations.
Our products and support have not only helped our customers improve the quality of their products, but our in-process solutions have helped them reduce both downtime and operational costs.
Our UKAS Laboratory (No. 0600) was first accredited in 1998 and has been subject to continual investment and improvement, which means that it is one of the best commercially available thermal laboratories in the world.
The laboratory is a fully automated, state of the art thermal calibration laboratory and operates in temperature range of –200 °C to 1600 °C and holds some of the tightest uncertainties of measurement (BMC) for thermal calibrations held by a commercial calibration laboratory. This capability is why CCPI Europe is the organisation that understands sensor tolerances!
The laboratory holds UKAS accreditation (No. 0600) (IEC 17025) for the calibration of thermocouples, resistance thermometers and associated measurement instrumentation such as controllers, indicators, chart records and multi-function calibrators.