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Manufacturers introduce the industry applications of gravity balancing machines

Manufacturers introduce the industry applications of gravity balancing machines
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(Summary description)Gravity balancing machines are generally called static balancing machines. It relies on the gravity of the rotor itself to measure static unbalance. If the rotor placed on two horizontal guide rails has an imbalance, its gravitational moment on the axis causes the rotor to roll on the guide rail until the imbalance is at the lowest position.   The balanced rotor is placed on a support supported by a hydrostatic bearing, and a mirror is embedded under the support. When there is no unbalance in the rotor, the light beam emitted by the light source is reflected by this mirror and then projected on the polar coordinate origin of the unbalance indicator. If there is an imbalance in the rotor, the rotor support tilts under the action of the gravitational moment of the imbalance. The reflector under the support also tilts and deflects the reflected light beam, so that the light spot of the light beam projected on the polar coordinate indicator leaves the origin. According to the coordinate position of the deflection of the light spot, the size and position of the imbalance can be obtained. Generally, rotor balancing includes two steps: unbalance measurement and correction. The balancing machine is mainly used for the measurement of the unbalance, and the correction of the unbalance is often done with the aid of other auxiliary equipment such as drilling machines, milling machines, and spot welding machines, or by manual methods. Some balancing machines have made the correction device a part of the balancing machine. The signal detected by the small support rigidity sensor of this kind of balancer is proportional to the vibration displacement of the support. The balance speed is lower than the natural frequency of the rotor-support system is called a hard-supported balancer. This kind of balancer has a large support rigidity, and the signal detected by the sensor is proportional to the vibration force of the support.

Manufacturers introduce the industry applications of gravity balancing machines
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Gravity balancing machines are generally called static balancing machines. It relies on the gravity of the rotor itself to measure static unbalance. If the rotor placed on two horizontal guide rails has an imbalance, its gravitational moment on the axis causes the rotor to roll on the guide rail until the imbalance is at the lowest position.

 



The balanced rotor is placed on a support supported by a hydrostatic bearing, and a mirror is embedded under the support. When there is no unbalance in the rotor, the light beam emitted by the light source is reflected by this mirror and then projected on the polar coordinate origin of the unbalance indicator. If there is an imbalance in the rotor, the rotor support tilts under the action of the gravitational moment of the imbalance.

The reflector under the support also tilts and deflects the reflected light beam, so that the light spot of the light beam projected on the polar coordinate indicator leaves the origin. According to the coordinate position of the deflection of the light spot, the size and position of the imbalance can be obtained. Generally, rotor balancing includes two steps: unbalance measurement and correction.

The balancing machine is mainly used for the measurement of the unbalance, and the correction of the unbalance is often done with the aid of other auxiliary equipment such as drilling machines, milling machines, and spot welding machines, or by manual methods. Some balancing machines have made the correction device a part of the balancing machine. The signal detected by the small support rigidity sensor of this kind of balancer is proportional to the vibration displacement of the support. The balance speed is lower than the natural frequency of the rotor-support system is called a hard-supported balancer. This kind of balancer has a large support rigidity, and the signal detected by the sensor is proportional to the vibration force of the support.

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  • Time of issue:2021-04-17 18:41
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Gravity balancing machines are generally called static balancing machines. It relies on the gravity of the rotor itself to measure static unbalance. If the rotor placed on two horizontal guide rails has an imbalance, its gravitational moment on the axis causes the rotor to roll on the guide rail until the imbalance is at the lowest position.

 

The balanced rotor is placed on a support supported by a hydrostatic bearing, and a mirror is embedded under the support. When there is no unbalance in the rotor, the light beam emitted by the light source is reflected by this mirror and then projected on the polar coordinate origin of the unbalance indicator. If there is an imbalance in the rotor, the rotor support tilts under the action of the gravitational moment of the imbalance.

The reflector under the support also tilts and deflects the reflected light beam, so that the light spot of the light beam projected on the polar coordinate indicator leaves the origin. According to the coordinate position of the deflection of the light spot, the size and position of the imbalance can be obtained. Generally, rotor balancing includes two steps: unbalance measurement and correction.

The balancing machine is mainly used for the measurement of the unbalance, and the correction of the unbalance is often done with the aid of other auxiliary equipment such as drilling machines, milling machines, and spot welding machines, or by manual methods. Some balancing machines have made the correction device a part of the balancing machine. The signal detected by the small support rigidity sensor of this kind of balancer is proportional to the vibration displacement of the support. The balance speed is lower than the natural frequency of the rotor-support system is called a hard-supported balancer. This kind of balancer has a large support rigidity, and the signal detected by the sensor is proportional to the vibration force of the support.

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