I was just looking through AMS 2430/2431/2432 and they don't seem to specifify the use of spiral separators for monitoring roundness checks, but this is pretty common component for controlled shot peening systems. Is there any specific requirement with respect to how much of it should go through a spiralator? It s not compulsory so some do not need it , but some require a small portion of the media stream to go through it and some require 100% of the media to go through it. My question is
1) If a system has spiralators incorporated , does it mean that there s less/no need for visual inspections for irregular shapes.
2) does this help with Nadcap audits
Edited by AdamC (12/24/11 02:33 PM)