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definitions of each sensor type
Heat treatment involves the use of heating or chilling to achieve a desired result, such as hardening or softening of a material. For aerospace and automotive heat treatment, the temperature tolerance of a furnace is assessed by undertaking a Temperature Uniformity Survey (TUS), which is essential for CQI-9 and AMS 2750 quality control standards.
When coatings are applied, for aesthetic or functional reasons, to a manufactured product a critical step is that of curing the coating. In either a batch or continuous oven the requirement is to raise the product mass and its coating material to a specified temperature and hold this temperature for a set time. Typical process times are designed to achieve 25 to 35 minutes at the threshold temperature to ensure a minimum time at the curing temperature of 20 minutes.