Monday & Tuesday,
12 & 13 August 2024

Tuesday & Wednesday,
12 & 13 November 2024
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9am – 5pm (UTC +8)
Closing Date:
One week before course date.
690 West Camp Road
#08-13 JTC Aviation Two
Seletar Aerospace Park
Singapore 797523
AAIS Member: US$1,110/pax
Public: US$1,150/pax

Fees from October 2024:-
AAIS Member: US$1,260/pax
Public: US$1,300/pax
(Organisations/Participants are required to cover for any bank charges and withholding tax that may be incurred.)
About the Course:
Introduction to Pyrometry is a two-day review and comprehensive discussion of the SAE AMS 2750 specification and how to apply the requirements at your company.

PRI Training has updated the Introduction to Pyrometry course to include an overview of the key changes between Revision F and Revision G. 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 G of AMS2750.

Who Should Attend?
  • Those who have general oversight, management or support responsibility for pyrometry and need to understand the requirements
  • Pyrometry Service Providers
  • Quality Manager and/or Quality Engineer

NOTE: It is recommended that participants bring a copy of the AMS2750 to class for reference.

Course Content:
  • 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.

Upon successful completion, participants will receive a certificate of attendance from PRI.

About the Instructor:

Mr Lum Chee Soon, eQuaLearn Instructor, PRI
Lum has 29 years of experience in Quality and Special processes with a major US multi-national aerospace prime with last appointment as Manufacturing Transition Manager. Joined the Nadcap auditing program in 2004 and is currently a Lead Auditor and Trainer for Heat Treating, Chemical Processing, Non-Conventional Machining, Surface Enhancement, and Aerospace Quality Systems.

He is a former trainer, founding member of the SQI Certified Quality Supervisor course. Lum served on the Executive and Education Sub-Committee of the S’pore Quality Institute. He is also a founding member of the Heat Treat Society- S’pore Chapter, American Society for Metals. Lum retired as a senior member of American Society for Quality and was a Certified Quality Technician, Engineer, and Auditor.

*Note: Course commencement is subject to minimum class size requirements.
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