No matter if you want to have a single rotor or a series being balanced reliably and precisely, we will support you with our balancing service / wage-band balancing fast and at low costs.
Balancing service / Wage-banding balancing up to 10 t single weight
Components up to 6.000 mm length and 2.100 mm diameter
We dispose of the balancing technology / balancing machines (Schenk and others) for balancing your components dynamically.
Stationary 2-plane balancing at our factory
The objective of rotor balancing is to limit bearing forces, bearing vibrations, shaft deformations and foundation loads to the lowest possible values.
By balancing, the unbalance is reduced and, in ideal circumstances, eliminated completely. Unbalances result, among other things, in higher wear and undesirable shocks or vibrations.
The solution for this is to balance the masses. Depending on the initial situation, this will be achieved by applying weights or by removing material through mechanical processes such as grinding or milling.
High quality balancing
- improves the running performance,
- prolongs the service life of bearings and components and
- increases thus the operational safety.
By means of our modern computer-controlled stationary two-plane balancing machines, we balance for you rotating components (rigid rotors*).
Operational balancing / operational counterbalancing / on-site balancing according to ISO 10816-3 or VDI-2056
Your rotor cannot be dismantled or can only be dismantled at great expense or, for operational reasons, there are many components such as shafts, couplings, V-belts and V-belt pulleys etc. which are to be balanced all together?
In such cases we balance your rotor, being in installed condition, with our mobile balancing devices on site. Time-consuming disassembly, transport and longer downtimes are dropped.
A rotor whose centre line remains straight until reaching its operating speed (does not bend) and whose unbalance therefore can be compensated with low speeds and in two plane.
We are certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2015 and OHSAS 18001:2007 as well as NLF/ISO OSH 2001