Platform weighing scale HWS-1
for aircraftdigitalfor airport

platform weighing scale
platform weighing scale
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Characteristics

Type
platform
Applications
for aircraft
Other characteristics
digital
Domain
for airport

Description

The Hofmann moment weighing scales for the aviation industry are used to precisely determine the center of gravity of engine blades in one or three axes. Designed to meet SAE ARP standard and available with a variety of options, these machines are well suited to meet the current and future requirements of the aviation industry. This process can be implemented in power generation turbines, as well. The moment weighing scales use the force measuring method. Therefore, they are permanently calibrated and are not affected by temperature fluctuations. Due to the special frictionless support and secure fit of the measuring arms, there is no wear and the scales maintain high precision regardless of the weight of the part. The optional BLADES software package assists in the sorting of a blade set and ensures an optimal distribution of unbalance. Special features Very high sensitivity and measuring accuracy Force measuring method featuring permanent calibration Compensation of thermal variations Single- and three-axis designs Frictionless support of measuring arms with secure fit Wear-free joints Tooling interface acc. to SAE ARP 1134 Quick changeover to other blade types Compact design Options windage enclosure blade sorting software BLADES blade tooling Application Evaluation of the center of gravity with one axis for the radial moment with three axes for the radial, axial and tangential moment Measuring of blades from fans turbines and compressores helicopter main and tail rotors

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