Simplified Temperature Uniformity Surveys Utilizing Ceramic Technology for the Metals Industry

April 3, 2008
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Heat treaters have been searching for ways to simplify furnace temperature uniformity surveys. Using proven technology developed in the ceramics industry, this is now a reality. With emphasis today on the importance of meeting the requirements of AMS 2750D, CQI-9 and Nadcap, the heat-treating, brazing and sintering industries now have a tool to help them focus on the uniform and efficient delivery of heat to their products to ensure consistent and repeatable quality.
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