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A useful tip is often worth more than a thousand words

Particularly where balancing is concerned, minor inadequacies may often have a serious effect on the balancing result.


In this section, you will find the answers to many of the every-day problems that crop up in balancing – after all, you are probably not the only person battling with these problems.

Balancing of assemblies

Question:
Is it necessary to balance the individual components of an assembled rotor, and, if so, what tolerances should be applied?

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Shifting balancing planes

Question:
If you shift the balancing planes of a rotor with two balancing planes, will this affect the unbalance of the rotor, and, if so, how?

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Relationship between unbalance, speed, centrifugal force and rotor weight

In balancing practice, the relationship between unbalance and centrifugal force at given speed often takes on a special importance, for example, if you have to get a rough estimate of the centrifugal forces generated at operating speed at the maximum permitted unbalance.

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Choosing the right mounting position

Question:
"If a rotor has two standard shaft ends - what can possibly go wrong"? The question alone contains an indication of where the problem may lie - the shaft ends may be skew.

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