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PRI Training has updated the Introduction to Pyrometry course to include an overview of the key changes between Revision E and Revision F. All PRI Training instructors are fully briefed on the new revision and will be able to answer any questions you may have.
This course offers a full examination and comprehensive discussion on the current pyrometry requirements for heat treatment equipment in Aerospace, based on SAE’s AMS2750 specification. The requirements covered during the course are necessary to ensure that parts or raw materials are heat treated in accordance with the applicable specification(s). The revision to the course includes information on the forthcoming changes to those requirements, as detailed in latest revision F of AMS2750.
- Achieve a thorough understanding of pyrometric controls applicable to heat treating
- Discuss the application of pyrometric controls within the typical heat treat facility
- Receive clarification on the intent and interpretation of SAE AMS2750 including temperature sensors, instrumentation, furnace classification, SATs and TUS's
- Identifies the key changes coming in AMS2750 Rev F
NOTE: It is recommended that participants bring a copy of the AMS2750 to class for reference.
Topics Covered Include:
Overview of AMS 2750, associated requirements, and what a heat treater will need to consider and implement to ensure compliance.
Basic temperature sensors (thermocouples), applications for sensors, considerations for the working environment, sensor verification and using sensors effectively.
Instrument requirements to include standard instruments, test instruments, controlling/monitoring/recording instruments, how heat treat furnaces are identified for furnace class and instrumentation type, and more. How to conduct System Accuracy Tests (SAT) using pictorial furnace examples, calculating SAT results, SAT frequency, SAT waivers, and records/reports, and more.
When a Temperature Uniformity Survey (TUS) is required, test temperatures, how to conduct the TUS using pictorial furnace examples, how to use the results, TUS failures, use of offsets, retort furnaces, requirements for the TUS report.
(Attendees should bring a copy of AMS2750 with them.)
This course is guaranteed to align with the PRI Qualification Body of Knowledge and is therefore appropriate to help you prepare to take an assessment. All Bodies of Knowledge are free to download, click here for more information.
Cancellation Policy: Registrations cancelled fourteen (14) or more business days prior to a course will receive a refund minus a $50.00 non-refundable service charge. Registrations cancelled less than fourteen (14) or more business days prior to the scheduled course, as well as registrations who do not attend, will forfeit the entire registration fee. Substitutions for registrants unable to attend may be within one business day notice.
Who Should Attend
This training is recommended for those involved with Pyrometry, Quality Managers, Maintenance Personnel, Pyrometry Technicians, General Managers, and anyone involved in conducting, reviewing or procuring Pyrometry services.
It is ideal for professionals looking to evidence continual professional development (CPD) or prepare for an eQualified pyrometry assessment.
PRI Training Instructors
PRI Training courses are taught by subject matter experts and qualified leaders in Quality. An average instructor has more than 15 years of experience in the quality industry and an established background in the subject matter they teach.
All instructors undergo a rigorous screening and training process that includes:
- Completion of a detailed application with a minimum experience requirement
- An interview with PRI Training staff and/or senior PRI Training instructors
- Participation in courses taught by qualified PRI Training Instructor Trainers to learn how to conduct a PRI Training course effectively
- Co-teaching at least one course in each subject area with a PRI Training Instructor Trainer who observes and evaluates their performance
- Receiving formal feedback from PRI Training Staff and Instructor Trainers
- Formal evaluation after each class from course participants
- Quarterly instructor reviews