AMS 2750F expands pyrometry requirements for calibration and testing

Aerospace Material Specification 2750 (AMS 2750) is the main pyrometry specification that provides the requirements for the calibration and testing of thermal-processing equipment.

Although initially developed for the aerospace industry, AMS 2750 is the standard for testing thermal-processing equipment throughout a variety of industries.

Five years after a new AMS 2750 specification is released, the review process begins again to see if changes to the specifications are needed. Revision F represents the latest changes released for AMS 2750. This recent article from Industrial Heating outlines the changes included in revision F.

Conax sensors are AMS 2750F compliant

With a calibration laboratory that is ISO/IEC 17025:2017 accredited and ILAC MRA certified, Conax is fully capable of producing calibration data that’s compliant with AMS 2750, revision F. ISO/IEC 17025:2017 sets the national standard of excellence for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories and recognizes Conax as fully competent to produce valid and reliable calibration results.

A broad range of industries perform heat treating processes. Conax offers temperature sensors that can be calibrated to AMS 2750F standards for the following thermocouple types:

  • Base metal thermocouples, such as types K and N with operating temperatures up to 2300ºF (1260ºC)
  • Noble metal TCs, including types S and R with operating temperatures up to 2700°F (1480°C)

Find out more about our solutions for heat treating applications and a wide variety of industries.