Any imbalance at a rotating part will generate vibrations in the machine and
thus generate faster wear of the bearings and drastically shorten the lifetime of the unit.
A Balancing Machine is an instrument designed to measure and eliminate the imbalance mass of a rotating part resulting in better functioning of the machine, drastic increased lifetime of the machine and generates a positively strongly improved quality.
JP Balance Europe offers the complete line of JB static and dynamic balancing machines, including universal horizontal machines, single or two plane vertical machines with tooling and integral correction devices, and custom designed machines for any application.
Basically, all machines have some form of residual vibration. Enormous vibration in rotating machinery can cause high levels of noise and more importantly, significantly reduce the life of components. So, the ideal thing to do would be to remove all causes of vibration and allow the machine to run completely smooth. The process of balancing is the removal or addition of weight to the device, so that this effective mass centre approaches the true axis.
In addition to dynamic balance, there is also static balance. When a part is statically balanced, the centre of gravity is on the axis of the rotation. This means the part will stay stationary at a horizontal axis, without the application of braking force. It also has no tendency to rotate due to the force of the gravity.
Balancing Machines are advanced technological solutions that allow to delete the rotating parts vibration of electrical, mechanical and electromechanical machines, improving their life and performances.
Vibration and noise are usually caused by the unbalances present in the rotating parts. In order to delete this phenomenon each rotating body must be balanced dynamically through a balancing machine during the productive process phase.
Our balancing machines typologies are:
Automatic and semi-automatic balancing machines for armatures and rotors. Unbalance correction by drilling or milling.
Automatic and semi-automatic balancing machines for fans and electric fans. Unbalance correction by weights addition or material removal .
Horizontal manual balancing machines for shafts and rotors. Unbalance correction by masses addition and displacement, milling and drilling.
Manual, semi-automatic and automatic balancing machines for disk-shaped rotating components. Correction of the unbalance by drilling or milling.
Manual and semi-automatic balancing machines for turbochargers. Correction of the unbalance by milling or grinding.