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NASA-LLIS-0228 - LESSONS LEARNED - VACUUM BRAZING FURNACE Organization: NASA
Date: 1993-06-21
Description: Description of Driving Event: A new vacuum furnace was being checked out when it was inadvertently pressurized to much higher than one atmosphere of argon gas.
NFPA 86D - STANDARD FOR INDUSTRIAL FURNACES USING VACUUM AS AN ATMOSPHERE - EFFECTIVE DATE: 8/13/1999 Organization: NFPA
Date: 1999-01-01
Description: (Footnote *)Types of Furnaces. The user's requirements for vacuum processing shall determine the type of furnace walls, the size of the furnace, the special atmospheres required, or the reduction from normal atmosphere down to a special vacuum of 10(-8) torr (1.33 × 10(-6) Pa).
DLA - W-C-430B (1) - CLEANER, VACUUM (ELECTRIC, PORTABLE, FURNACE) Organization: DLA
Date: 1976-05-07
DLA - W-C-430B - CLEANER, VACUUM (ELECTRIC, PORTABLE, FURNACE) Organization: DLA
Date: 1964-02-07
DLA - W-C-430B CANC - CLEANER, VACUUM (ELECTRIC, PORTABLE, FURNACE) Organization: DLA
Date: 1977-05-18
NPFC - MIL-F-80113 - FURNACES, VACUUM, HEAT TREATING AND BRAZING Organization: NPFC
NPFC - MIL-F-80233 - FURNACES, VACUUM, HEAT TREATING INTEGRAL QUENCH Organization: NPFC
SAE AMS2678 - FURNACE BRAZING OF PARTS IN A VACUUM ATMOSPHERE Organization: SAE
Date: 2013-02-01
Description: Purpose This specification covers the requirements and procedures for the brazing of parts in a very low pressure gas which referred to as "vacuum" herein. Application This process provides general requirements and practices for vacuum brazing carbon and alloy steels, corrosion resistant steels, precipitation hardening alloys, nickel and cobalt-based alloys, aluminum alloys, and titanium alloys, but usage is not limited to such applications.
ASTM E485 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR OPTICAL EMISSION VACUUM SPECTROMETRIC ANALYSIS OF BLAST FURNACE IRON BY THE POINT-TO-PLANE TECHNIQUE Organization: ASTM
Date: 1994-09-15
Description: This test method describes the spectrochemical procedure for the analysis of blast furnace iron (hot metal) containing 4.2 to 5.0 % carbon for the following elements in the indicated ranges: This standard does not purport to address all of the safety concerns, if any, associated with its use.
MODUK - DEF STAN 02-746 - APPROVAL AND CONTROL OF HEAT TREATMENT FURNACES - ISSUE 1: 04/2000; INCORPORATING NES 746 CATEGORY 3 ISSUE 4 PUBLICATION DATE NOVEMBER 1995 Organization: MODUK
Date: 2000-04-01
Description: The requirements for the approval of vacuum inert gas atmosphere or other such specialized furnaces are not covered by this NES.
AGMA 13FTM26 - VACUUM CARBURIZING LARGE GEARS Organization: AGMA
Date: 2013-09-01
Description: Most alloys currently in use require oil quenching to achieve adequate surface hardness and core properties in large gear applications. Pit or large batch IQ furnaces with endothermic atmospheres are often used to process this type of gear.
AGMA 06FTM13 - ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF VACUUM CARBURIZING Organization: AGMA
Date: 2006-10-01
Description: This paper presents the aspects of vacuum carburizing technology that have an impact on process costs and quality improvements in the final product. There is an interest in furnaces for vacuum carburizing due to the demand for products with overall metallurgical quality and low unit cost.
ASME/BPVC - 2249 - 2249 USE OF FURNACE BRAZING FOR LETHAL SERVICE SECTION VIII, DIVISION 1 Organization: ASME/BPVC
Date: 2004-07-01
Description: Inquiry: May vessels intended for lethal service made of nickel (UNS N02200 and/or N02201) be fabricated by vacuum furnace brazing using nickel alloy brazing filler metal?
ASME/BPVC - 2249 - 2249 USE OF FURNACE BRAZING FOR LETHAL SERVICE SECTION VIII, DIVISION 1 Organization: ASME/BPVC
Date: 2007-07-01
Description: Inquiry: May vessels intended for lethal service made of nickel (UNS N02200 and/or N02201) be fabricated by vacuum furnace brazing using nickel alloy brazing filler metal?
AGMA 07FTM05 - VACUUM CARBURIZING SYSTEM FOR POWDER METAL PARTS AND COMPONENTS Organization: AGMA
Date: 2007-10-01
Description: While diffusion of carbon in wrought steel is well documented, this is not the case for PM steel subject to carburizing in vacuum furnaces. In this paper we present results that show that the density of the powder metal is the main factor for the final carbon content and distribution.
ISO FDIS 13577-3 - INDUSTRIAL FURNACES AND ASSOCIATED PROCESSING EQUIPMENT - SAFETY - PART 3: GENERATION AND USE OF PROTECTIVE AND REACTIVE ATMOSPHERE GASES Organization: ISO
Date: 2016-06-22
Description: This part of ISO 13577 — specifies the requirements to be met to ensure the safety of persons and property during installation, commissioning, start up, operation, shutdown and maintenance, — does not cover the relevant risks involved in the flue gas ducting system when it is not considered a part of TPE, — is not applicable to utility supply upstream of the TPE main disconnects, — does not apply to TPE for semi-conductor devices — does not apply to TPE with atmosphere, such as air and flue gas from an over stoichiometric combustion, — does not cover the decommissioning of the TPE, — does not cover vacuum furnaces, — does not deal with the hazard of noise which is covered in ISO 13577-1, — is not applicable to generation and use of atmosphere gas in TPE and associated plant which is manufactured before the date of its publication, and — gives the necessary requirements for the information for use.
ISO 13577-3 - INDUSTRIAL FURNACES AND ASSOCIATED PROCESSING EQUIPMENT - SAFETY - PART 3: GENERATION AND USE OF PROTECTIVE AND REACTIVE ATMOSPHERE GASES - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2016-09-15
Description: This part of ISO 13577 — specifies the requirements to be met to ensure the safety of persons and property during installation, commissioning, start up, operation, shutdown and maintenance, — does not cover the relevant risks involved in the flue gas ducting system when it is not considered a part of TPE, — is not applicable to utility supply upstream of the TPE main disconnects, — does not apply to TPE for semi-conductor devices, — does not apply to TPE with atmosphere, such as air and flue gas from an over stoichiometric combustion, — does not cover the decommissioning of the TPE, — does not cover vacuum furnaces, — does not deal with the hazard of noise which is covered in ISO 13577-1, — is not applicable to generation and use of atmosphere gas in TPE and associated plant which is manufactured before the date of its publication, and — gives the necessary requirements for the information for use.
ASTM B364 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR TANTALUM AND TANTALUM ALLOY INGOTS Organization: ASTM
Date: 1996-10-10
Description: The materials covered by this specification are: R05200, unalloyed tantalum, electron-beam furnace or vacuum-arc melt, or both, R05400, unalloyed tantalum, powder-metallurgy consolidation, R05255, tantalum alloy, 90 % tantalum 10 % tungsten, electron-beam furnace or vacuum-arc melt, or both, R05252, tantalum alloy, 97.5 % tantalum 2.5 % tungsten, electron-beam furnace or vacuum-arc melt, or both, and, R05240 tantalum alloy, 60 % tantalum 40 % columbium, electron-beam furnace or vacuum-arc melt, or both.
DS/EN 4268 - AEROSPACE SERIES - METALLIC MATERIALS - HEAT TREATMENT FACILITIES - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS Organization: DS
Date: 2012-10-15
Description: This standard applies to all types of heat treatment facilities, including those using direct or indirect heat transfer and liquid or gaseous heating media, with our without circulation, and to vacuum furnaces.
ASD-STAN PREN 4268 - AEROSPACE SERIES METALLIC MATERIALS HEAT TREATMENT FACILITIES GENERAL REQUIREMENTS - EDITION P 1 Organization: ASD-STAN
Date: 2010-09-01
Description: This standard applies to all types of heat treatment facilities, including those using direct or indirect heat transfer and liquid or gaseous heating media, with our without circulation, and to vacuum furnaces.

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