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Regulation Update, AMS2750F

What is New in the Updated AMS2750F? The AMS2750 specification covers pyrometric requirements for thermal processing equipment used for heat treatment. It applies to temperature sensors, instrumentation, thermal processing equipment, system accuracy tests, and temperature uniformity surveys. The updated AMS2750F…

Watlow F4T

November Solution Spotlight, Watlow F4T Controller

The Watlow F4T with INTUITION temperature process controller has a wide range of field removable I/O modules for maximum design flexibility. The F4T controller also features a 4.3-inch color graphical touch screen display. The George T. Hall Company has integrated many of these controllers into our custom-built panels utilizing the power, flexibility and functionality of the Watlow F4T to give the users exactly what they were looking for in a compact package.
GTH Temperature Uniformity Survey

Standard Test Method for Conducting Temperature Uniformity Surveys

When you roll your cart into a gas fired furnace, you are relying on your furnace to provide an even amount of heat to your product to ensure a consistent temperature on the material. But how can you be sure? Performing a temperature uniformity survey is your first step. Temperature uniformity surveys (TUS) involve setting up temperature sensors to match your temperature rates in crucial areas and then having that data recorded and analyzed.
GTH Industrial Flame Monitoring

Industrial Flame Monitoring

If a pilot fires, and flame is lit, and there is no one there to see it does it in fact exist? It does if it is being overseen by an Industrial Flame Monitoring system. These systems are put into place to keep an eye on the industrial burner flames to verify that all systems are firing as planned and to prevent any costly mishaps. They use UV (ultraviolet) and IR (infrared) sensors to detect the flame and contain rugged signal processors, making them suitable for harsh industrial environments.

GTH CFR Part 11

CFR Part 11, July Solution Spotlight

CFR Part 11
The FDA regulates companies in the health care, pharmaceutical, medical device, and life science fields to confirm they are in compliance with strict guidelines for consumer safety. The FDA 21 CFR Part 11 was designed to ensure the authenticity, integrity, and confidentiality of electronic records in these industries.

AQMD Rule 1147, July Solution Spotlight

The purpose of AQMD Rule 1147 is to reduce nitrogen oxide emissions from gaseous and liquid fuel fired combustion equipment as detailed in the rule.  This applies to manufacturers, distributors, retailers, installers, owners and operators of a range of combustion equipment including ovens, dryers, heaters, furnaces, and thermal oxidizers.  There were a number of key changes to the rule made with the July 7, 2017 amendment including...

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