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Dynamic balancing machine

2000 / 1 nos +18% gst

Initial assessment: The rotating component is inspected to determine if it exhibits any signs of imbalance. This can include excessive vibrations, noise, or reduced performance. The component is then prepared for balancing.


Mounting: The component is securely mounted on the balancing machine. The machine typically has supports or fixtures designed to hold the component in place during the balancing process.


Measurement: The balancing machine is equipped with sensors and instruments to measure the imbalance of the rotating component. As the component rotates, the machine detects the amount and location of the imbalance.


Analysis: The measurements are analyzed to determine the magnitude and phase of the imbalance. This information helps identify the corrective action required to achieve balance.


Correction: Based on the analysis, the necessary correction is applied to the rotating component. This can involve adding or removing weight from specific locations on the component. The correction can be achieved through techniques such as drilling holes, adding balancing weights, or redistributing material.


Re-measurement: After the correction is made, the component is re-measured to ensure that the imbalance has been reduced or eliminated. This step is crucial to verify the effectiveness of the balancing process.


Final report: Once the balancing process is complete, a final report is usually generated. It includes details about the initial imbalance, the correction applied, and the final balance achieved. This report serves as a record and reference for future maintenance or quality control purposes.


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Balancing Capacity: This specification refers to the maximum weight or size of the rotating component that the machine can balance. It is typically measured in terms of weight (kilograms or pounds) or diameter (millimeters or inches). The balancing capacity of a machine determines its suitability for different types of rotating components.


Balancing Accuracy: Balancing accuracy refers to the precision with which the machine can measure and correct imbalances. It is usually expressed in terms of residual unbalance, which is the remaining imbalance after balancing. Balancing accuracy can vary depending on the machine's design and the level of precision required for the specific application.


Speed Range: Dynamic balancing machines operate at specific speeds to measure and correct imbalances. The speed range specification indicates the minimum and maximum rotational speeds at which the machine can operate effectively. It is crucial to match the machine's speed range with the rotational speed of the component being balanced.


Measurement Units: Dynamic balancing machines can measure imbalances in different units, such as grams, ounces, or ounce-inches. The measurement units specification indicates the unit of measurement used by the machine for balancing purposes.


Correction Methods: Balancing machines employ various methods to correct imbalances, such as adding or removing weight from specific locations on the rotating component. The correction methods specification describes the techniques used by the machine to achieve balance correction, such as drilling, milling, welding, or adhesive weights.


Display and Control: Dynamic balancing machines typically have a display and control interface that allows operators to monitor the balancing process and input balancing parameters. The display and control specifications include details about the user interface, such as th

Anand Engineering and Marine Works
Gandhidham, Gujarat
Year of Establishment 2014