Horizontal Dynamic Balancing Machine

A balancing machine is a calculating device used for balancing circling engine fragments such as rotors for electrical motors, fans, turbines, disc brake, disc drives, propellers, and pumps. The machine regularly consists of two inelastic plinths, with interruption and attitudes on top associate a rising stage. The unit under test is secured to the stage and is exchanged either with a belt, air, or end-drive. Its types include hard and soft . Maximum distance belt roller supports is 100mm, 150mm

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A balancing machine is a calculating tool used for balancing rotating machine parts such as rotors for electric motors, fans, turbines, disc brake, disc drives, propellers, and pumps. The machine usually consists of two rigid pedestals, with deferment and bearings on top supporting a mounting platform. The unit under test is bolted to the platform and is rotated either with a belt, air, or end-drive. 

 

Horizontal type universal hard behaviour balancing machines provided with CPU based measuring panel HDM-8500 for balancing different figures of rotors like rotors of electrical machines, crankshafts, chambers, Gas Compressors, flywheels, turbine rotors, rotors of centrifugal pumps and any other type of rotors of rotating machines.

 

Features: 

 

·         Standard Belt Driven Balancing Machines for varied rotor sizes.

·     Permanent calibration to reduce circumstance time and eliminate the need for trial runs. Less moving parts to handle larger initial unbalances and provide simple operation. Adaptable rigid supports allow diverse size rotors for each dimensions balancing machine.

·         Belt Drive system to meet rotor's supplies, Coupling adaptors will not be required, Rotor can be driven by flat belt directly.

·         Two easy-to-adjust end-thrust assemblages with precision ball bearing to receive axial load for belt -drive systems.

·         Distinct tooling for balancing complex and not- standard rotors, incorporated correction systems, like drilling, milling, and weight addition.

 

 


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