|Technical data of Auto-positioning balancing machine|
|Main component configuration||Sensor|
|Application rotor range||Φ20~80mm|
|Measuring speed||1400 ~2100rpm|
|Retest precision （Φ41.2mm，50 times）||±1mg|
|Minimum achievable residual unbalance||0.2um|
|?Maximum armature parameter||100|
|Volume (length X width X height)||1100mm × 500mm × 660mm|
This dynamic balancing test machine is suitable for the dynamic balance correction of various workpieces such as the rotor radius range: below 3.5 kg, stack thickness 10-70mm, and rotor diameter Ф20-100mm.
Best-Selling Balancing Test MachineA dynamic balancing machine often referred to as a balancing test machine, is a specialized device used to assess and adjust the balance of spinning parts found in machinery. Such as motors, fans, flywheels, and other forms of motorized devices. Sensors assess the weight and vibration distribution, and software determines what modifications are required. It brings the component into balance. We also provide our best-seller belt drive balancing machine.
Our goal is to be the BestWhen employing a balancing test machine, the component is normally mounted to the spindle, spun at a high speed, and its vibration levels are measured using sensors. The machine then examines the information and determines what adjustments must be made. It may involve adding or removing material from particular sections of the component. Until the component is balanced to the necessary tolerance, this process is repeated. The goal of employing a balancing test machine is to decrease vibrations, reduce stress, and lower the likelihood of failure. All this will increase the effectiveness, longevity, and performance of spinning components.
Many Industries can Employ
- Automotive Industry: To balance parts including driveshafts, fans, and turbochargers to enhance performance. A balancing test machine can lengthen component life.
- Aerospace Industry: To balance aircraft parts including rotors, turbines, and propellers to increase safety, quietness, and performance.
- Manufacturing: To optimize quality and efficiency, components in the production of electric motors, generators, and fans must be balanced.
- Power Generation: To balance turbines, generators, and motors in power generation systems to increase efficiency, lower maintenance costs, and boost dependability.
- Heavy Equipment: In order to increase efficiency, lessen vibrations, and lengthen component life, heavy equipment components such as cranes, excavators, and drilling rigs must be balanced.
- Industry of Medicine: To balance parts in centrifuges, MRI machines, and CT scanners to increase performance, safety, and reliability.