Vibration in rotating machinery can have many sources. These include, but are not limited to, misalignment of components, resonances, mechanical looseness, rotor rub, a number of potential bearing issues, journal wear and clearance problems, oil whirl and whip instability, hydraulic and aerodynamic forces, gear mesh problems, a whole list of AC and DC possibilities, belt alignment, poor foundations and, balancing issues. Of these misalignment and balance are generally accepted as being the most common sources of vibration. Together they probably contribute to approximately 80% of vibration in rotating machinery.
Benefits of Vibration Monitoring & Balancing
- Minimize vibration
- Minimize audible and signal noise
- Improve product quality
- Extend bearing life
- Reduce stresses in structural components
- Decrease power losses
- Improve operator environment by minimizing annoyance and fatigue
Through our Vibration Monitoring Solutions, we provides break-through technology and solutions to minimize vibration problems associated with rotating parts. The company’s trained and experienced team has the potential to dramatically reduce manufacturing time, improve energy efficiency and reduce maintenance costs in industries such as Power Generation, Automotive & Heavy Industry.