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Schenck "Balancing Lab" at EMO 2023

Schenck "Balancing Lab" at EMO 2023

Schenck is exhibiting at EMO 2023 again and is transforming its booth into a balancing lab.

As a global solution provider in the field of balancing, Schenck RoTec will show you how to meet current challenges successfully and secure important competitive advantages through an optimized balancing process. The focus is on efficiency, sustainability, innovation and digitalization.

At the trade fair, Schenck will present no less than six exhibits along side other innovative services. These include portable vibration equipment, the latest generation of universal balancing machines for rotors in the weight range up to 700 kg, and the unique Schenck ONE software solution - on display in Hannover in September.

Visitors to the booth can see who Schenck are, get up close and personal, check out our machines and services and speak to our balancing experts.


From 18.09.2023 to 23.09.2023  


Hannover Messe - Booth B51 in Hall 6  


Our exhibits at a glance:

  • The Pasio 5, a compact table-top machine from the Pasio series for rotors up to 5 kg.
  • The Pasio 50 universal balancing machine, designed for rotors up to 50 kg and often used for compressors, spindles or e-armatures for electric drives.
  • The portable vibrometers SVA 90 and SVA 95 for precise measurement results when balancing rotors at site in an installed condition.
  • Schenck ONE software solutions that can be utilised both on the machine and in the cloud.
  • A product first to be unveiled at EMO.

You also want to see our balancing processes live and visit our Balancing Lab?

Secure a free ticket for your visit to EMO 2023, the world's largest trade fair for metalworking, at the following linkEMO 2023: Get Your Ticket! - SCHENCK RoTec GmbH (

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