A balancing machine is a machine that measures the size and position of the unbalance of a rotating object (rotor). Centrifugal forces are generated by the uneven distribution of mass relative to the axis as the rotor rotates around its axis. The unbalanced centrifugal force acting on the rotor bearing will cause vibration, generate noise and accelerate bearing wear, which will seriously affect the performance and life of the product. Therefore, a balancing machine should be used for testing.
Usually, the balance of the rotor includes two steps of unbalance measurement and correction. The balancing machine is mainly used for the measurement of unbalance. The main performance of the balancing machine is expressed by two comprehensive indicators, the minimum reachable residual unbalance and the unbalance reduction rate. The former is the minimum value of the residual unbalance that the balancing machine can make the rotor reach, and it is an index to measure the highest balancing ability of the balancing machine; the latter is the ratio of the unbalanced amount reduced to the initial unbalanced amount after one correction, which is a measure of the balancing efficiency. indicators, generally expressed as a percentage.
|Maximum mass of workpiece（kg）||30||60||100|
|Maximum diameter of workpiece（mm）||Φ100||Φ120||Φ150|
|Maximum length of workpiece（mm）||1200||1500||2000|
|Balance speed（r/min）||Variable frequency stepless speed regulation||Variable frequency stepless speed regulation||Variable frequency stepless speed regulation|
|Motor power（kw）||1.5 frequency conversion motor||1.5 frequency conversion motor||3 frequency conversion motor|
|Unbalance Reduction Rate（URR）||≥95%||≥95%||≥95%|
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