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Ipsen expands calibration, testing services of heat treating systems for Nadcap rules

November 09, 2017
Source: ASM International

Ipsen, Cherry Valley, Ill., has expanded its services to include calibration and survey services that adhere to strict Nadcap requirements. As Ipsen continues to focus on providing advanced aftermarket support, this new service will fill a niche demand and help those who need to meet the requirements of highly regulated industries.

Ipsen's technicians will provide NIST-traceable calibrations and periodic testing of heat-treating systems so that companies can comply with AMS 2750E, which is recognized as the gold standard for both Nadcap and MedAccred. This includes calibrating and testing the furnace's temperature and vacuum control systems, as well as verifying that those systems are operating properly. If any non-conformances are discovered, Ipsen's trained technicians are capable of quickly analyzing, troubleshooting, and correcting them.

Key services: Calibration of temperature-controlling, monitoring, and recording instruments; Calibration of vacuum process and recording instruments; Full reports that comply with the requirements of AMS 2750E, complete calibration results (including "As Found/As Left") and data for Ipsen's NIST-traceable standards used; Temperature Uniformity Surveys (TUS) using data acquisition (DAQ) and software fully compliant to ASM 2750E and 21 CFR-Part 11;  System Accuracy Tests (SAT); and Certificate of conformance.

The ICS (Ipsen Customer Service) Team is the largest in the industry with dedicated Regional Service Managers and highly skilled Field Service Engineers who provide immediate local support. In addition to offering on-site services and support, they provide a full range of aftermarket solutions, critical spare parts, process knowledge, and technical support throughout the entire lifespan of the equipment for any brand.

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Subject Classifications

Materials Processing and Treatment | Heat Treating


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