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Accurate Balancing Equipment(ABE) Hard Bearing Dynamic Balancing Machines employ robust roller carriages to convey the centrifugal forces generated by the unbalanced rotor. This force is resisted by the piezoelectric sensors mounted on the pedestals of the Balancing machine.

They produce an electrical charge signal proportional to the centrifugal force. This is further converted in to a voltage signal and conditioned by using electronic circuits for further processing to compute the amount of unbalance directly in grams.

Angle of unbalance is measured by infra red sensors using digital phase relation loop technology. This phase generator produces electrical pulses that provide a feedback of rotor speed and zero degree orientation with digital smoothness after computing its phase difference with the unbalance signal derived from the force measuring electronics to display the angle of unbalance.

The rotor support pedestals of horizontal machines and sensor bridges of vertical machines are robust rugged and incorporate an integrated approach in the design of the force measuring system.

This is superior to other designs and provides higher rigidity and accuracy, which are vital for efficient operation. The roller carriages & bridges are designed to accommodate a large variety of rotors with widely varying journal diameters. The entire support system is built to withstand significant overloading and yet retain a high order of achievable accuracy.

We undertake retrofitting of dynamic balancing machines of any make with our instrumentation.

BASE (BALANCING ASSIST SOFTWARE FOR ENGINEERS)

BASE is a windows based software and hardware package representing the state of the art in PC based dynamic balancing instrumentation technology. It runs on any standard PC or laptop without requiring any special configuration. The software is menu driven with simple data entry.

BASE (BALANCING ASSIST SOFTWARE FOR ENGINEERS)
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BASE (BALANCING ASSIST SOFTWARE FOR ENGINEERS)

The operator simply needs to click OK with the mouse to start the measurement cycle automatically. It has a built in Calculator to set balancing tolerance in compliance with ISO 1940. Thus the operator need not manually calculate the residual unbalance tolerance required.

The display of unbalance amount and ...bon for each plane is available in Polar, Vector or Cartesian formats on the PC screen. Rotor data and test results are automatically saved and stored on the hard disc of the PC. the operator simply recalls the rotor data from the memory at the time of Balancing

BASE (BALANCING ASSIST SOFTWARE FOR ENGINEERS)
BASE (BALANCING ASSIST SOFTWARE FOR ENGINEERS)

Log data can be exported to Excel or Word format for further - analysis. It is possible to select any geometrical - configuration, feed data through keyboard, set tolerance levels, save and upload rotor history With data storage of more than 10000 rotors. The results are displayed in large and easy to read formats simultaneously In vector and polar modes. Printout facility for each balancing run is available -- on demand.

MABI (MICROPROCESSOR ASSISTED BALANCING INSTRUMENTATION)

MABI is a fully digital microprocessor based system with the facility of direct data input from the front panels and direct display of the status and balancing results on its high illumination, high readability 7 segment digital LED displays. Using a true digital system developed by the company, the entire signal processing is done digitally using high speed ADCs and latest VLSI technology.

MABI (MICROPROCESSOR ASSISTED BALANCING INSTRUMENTATION)
MABI (MICROPROCESSOR ASSISTED BALANCING INSTRUMENTATION)

The Microprocessor Assisted Balancing Instrumentation MAGI electronics is designed to ensure a high degree of reliability coupled with the use of switched capacitance fitters for precision. The entire system has no moving parts which could cause a fatigue failure, thus enhancing hardware reliability. A versatile system software makes balancing extremely simple for the operator The P..er can also be interfaced with Electronic Unit to get H. copy print outs of balancing results.

Efficient fault diagnostics are available to provide instantaneous display of errors for prompt rectification.Some special facilities such as display of Rotor RPM prior to display of unbalance values and no suppression of unbalance Of zero error problems allow even untrained and unskilled operators to use the machine with minim. exposure. If a rotor is balanced within user•specified tolerance levels the machine displays 'BALANCED' to indicate to the operator that no further correction is required. Special software routines for automatic compensation of adapter eccentncey and remount errors come as standard facility.

MABI (MICROPROCESSOR ASSISTED BALANCING INSTRUMENTATION)