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Taro

Static Balancing Machine

  • Without rotation – simple and precise balancing
  • Rotor weight from 200….3.600 kg
  • Determination of unbalance and rotor weight
  • No drive and no safety device required
  • Short measuring times
  • Efficient measuring unit CAB 920; operation by Touch Screen

Special characteristics

  • Permanent calibration due to new  measuring principle, i.e. no later adjustments of measuring mimic
  • Low operating- and maintenance cost
  • Low maintenance
  • The machine requires no foundation, simply set it up, fasten three bolts, connect power, and the machine is ready to balance
  • Little space required
  • Various special functions, such as automation, indexing function or integration of lifting table
Design

Range of application

Measuring of static unbalance of disc-shaped rotors, as e.g. grinding wheels, propellers, brake discs, railway wheels, pump impellers.
Calculation of the unbalance correction; applicable for adding or removing masses. Applicable for pure unbalance measurement, for tasks with unbalance correction in production, intake control and for final balancing. Moreover the rotor weight is determined automatically.
Technical data
Technical Data: Taro         
         
Machine type    Taro 600  Taro 1600  Taro 3600 
         
Capacitiy of measuring unit  kg  < 600  < 1.600  < 3.600 
Measurable unbalance, max.  kgm  20  50  100 
Measurement uncertainty  gmm  600  800  1200 
Measuring time  sek  3 ... 7  5 ... 12  5 ... 12 
Normal voltage    100 ... 230 V / 50 ... 60 Hz     
Dimensions  H, W, D  830 x 1.050 x 1.050     

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