Our device can balance both large rotors weighing several tons and small rotors weighing less than a kilogram.
For some rotors, it may be necessary to make a special balancing stand on which the rotor can be spin.
Balanset-1A is a two-channel device for balancing mobile rotors, which are installed on two supports. Suitable for rotors such as crushers, fans, augers, etc.
Balanset-4 is a four-channel device. It is suitable for balancing rotors such as universal joint shafts, which have intermediate bearings.
Balanset-4 can also balance rotors on two bearings with two bearings. There is no difference in balancing quality.
The device is guaranteed for 1 year. In the case of a breakdown, we will send you the necessary spare part, repair or replace the device with a new one.
Yes, you can upgrade your old machine with a new measuring system. Balanset-1 is suitable for two-support machines, balancet-4 is suitable for machines with 4 supports.
There are two types of machines: pre-resonant and over-resonant. Depending on this, our measuring system is equipped with different types of sensors.
To work with the device, you need any laptop with windows 7 or higher operating system and with a USB port.
The program is available in English and also in Russian.
Before sending the device to the client, we checked it on a shaker and calibrated it.
Most likely there is a mechanical problem. The most common problems are bearing backlash. Poor rotor attachment to the foundation. Cracks in the case. Resonant phenomena. Insufficient structural rigidity.
The rotor touches fixed structural elements.
In this case, when measuring vibration in the vibrometer mode, the vibration level and phase will not be stable. From metering to metering, the data will change. It is not possible to balance such a rotor. Inspection and correction of all defects is required.
The tachometer photocell is quite sensitive. The photocell can be exposed in bright sun, bright indoor lighting. Try to create a shadow and set the tachometer at a different angle and distance.
This is also possible if there is a source of powerful electromagnetic radiation nearby, for example, a frequency converter. Try to ensure that the frequency converter is well grounded to it and install ferrite beads.
Tachometer error in the program.
Perhaps the tachometer catches a double mark. This could be a scratch or a contrasting spot that the tachometer takes for a reflective mark. Try to put the tachometer at a different angle, at a different distance.
Poor anchorage to the foundation
Rotor hitting against fixed structural elements