Aerospace Aluminum Brazing and Compliance: Meeting AMS 2750E and Nadcap Certifications
By Jim Grann, Senior Technical Manager/International Sales and Craig Moller, Chief Engineer
Removing the fear from the phrase, 'aerospace aluminum brazing and compliance' can be significantly simplified with increased knowledge, understanding and proper implementation of the requirements for AMS 2750E guidelines and checklists.
In the past, the majority of aluminum brazing processes have managed to escape the critical eye of AMS 2750E and Nadcap certifications. In general, we must first understand the differences between Aerospace Materials Specifications (AMS) 2750E and Nadcap certification from a topical view. While the two normally form a synergistic bond, they first must be separated in order to understand the fundamental differences between the two. For aerospace heat treating, this understanding is critical, because most Nadcap inspectors require adherence to AMS 2750E before granting consideration of your specific aerospace-related processes.