The vertical hard-bearing balancing machines for the aviation industry are used for the precision balancing of engine components that do not have their own journals. These rotors are clamped on a vertical precision spindle by means of special tooling. Because these machines are designed to meet SAE ARP 4050 and 5323 standards and have a variety of options available, they are well prepared to meet the current and future requirements of the aviation industry.
Rotors in the aviation industry can be easily balanced thanks due to the availability of options like automatic measuring mode or special software solutions. For example, by averaging the results of multiple balancing runs the influence of movable blades on the measuring result is reduced.
Flexible concepts for safety enclosures reduce the risk of danger and provide ergonomic access to spindle and rotor tooling.
Very high sensitivity and measuring accuracy
Machine design acc. to SAE ARP 4050 and 5323
Balancing spindle with maintenance-free precision bearings and tooling interface acc. to ARP 4050
Precise rotor tooling to achieve very small residual unbalance
Safety enclosures for simple access to spindle and rotor tooling
Balancing of small to big disk-shaped rotors
with no own journals
in one or two planes
Balancing of rotors like