Field balancing

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Field balancing

We can carry out non-disassembly diagnostics and subsequent balancing of rotating machine components or devices directly on your premises, without the need for a downtime. We are professionals in operational balancing. We serviced hundreds of well-balanced machines and their rotating components.

  • How field balancing work
  • What we balance on-site
  • When is field balancing necessary
How field balancing work

We use the vibrations generated by the running device as a source of information on how it operates. The advantage is that the balancing is done on a device that is already assembled in the operating unit, eliminating the possible negative effects of subsequent assembly that follows a traditional balancing or the residual imbalance of other input components.

In field balancing, it is therefore not necessary to dismount the rotor and balancing it on the stand or balancing machine. Balancing is done directly on-site at the customer’s machine or equipment. We are able to give you direct information on the primary and final imbalance of the machine, including the vibration status report on the machine or the bearings.

What we balance on-site

At our customers’ premises, we balance mainly:

  • fan impellers
  • pumps
  • machine tools spindles
  • various crushing or milling machines
  • long rotors bearing housing
  • flywheels

We can carry out non-disassembly diagnostics and subsequent balancing of rotating machine components or devices directly on your premises, without the need for a downtime. We are professionals in operational balancing. We serviced hundreds of well-balanced machines and their rotating components.

When is field balancing necessary

Rotary components work smoothly only for a limited time. After this time, wear may occur on individual parts or machines, and therefore unintentional vibration occurs as well. Higher vibration values ​​greatly reduce service life of rotating parts and can cause extensive damage to the machine. Removal and repair of rotating parts and subsequent balancing on the balancing machine may not be optimal due to the high costs or time savings associated with repairing these machines.