Why Balance

  • Lengthens service life. Bearings, suspensions, housings and foundations can be subjected to very high stresses caused by vibration resulting from unbalance and these result in greater wear. Products with unbalanced parts often have a shorter service life.
  • Reduces costly downtime and repairs from machinery breakdown
  • Improves running conditions to maximize return on investment, ensures optimum performance of machinery
  • Reduces chances of failure. Vibration and imbalance can lead to catastrophic failure
  • Increases bearing life and reduces bearing loads. Keeps your idlers running faster, smoother, and cooler.
  • Reduced noise and disruptive vibration
  • Increases equipment performance, operating quality and economy. An irregularly running electric tool cannot be precisely used. Vibrations also have a substantial negative effect on the production result of machine tools if the spindle and tools have not been precisely balanced
  • Reduces downtime labour and material costs. Vibrations can reduce the frictional grip of screwed and clamped connections, until components loosen. Electric switches are destroyed by vibration, pipes and cables can fracture at the connections
  • Ensuring the health and safety of persons working with machinery. Machine operators effort increases and they become tired more quickly on unbalanced machines. Unbalance can substantially reduce a machine's operating safety; both man and machine are at risk.