Technical terms related to the hottest balancing m

2022-08-04
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Relevant professional terms of balancing machine

1. Test piece quality: represents the bearing capacity of the swing frame of the balancing machine, and the workpiece quality shall be within the allowable range

2. Balancing speed: the speed of the balancing machine during balancing verification. For the rigid rotor, the lower speed shall be selected as far as possible on the premise of ensuring the accuracy

3. Motor power: represents the driving capacity of the balancing machine. The appropriate balancing machine power shall be selected according to the flywheel moment gD2 of the workpiece. The workpiece with fan blades shall consider the wind resistance loss

4. Transmission mode: workpieces with wind blades, workpieces with irregular shape, workpieces with large starting torque and difficult braking shall use the balancing machine driven by universal joints. The leading enterprises with large quantities and rich shapes do not have forming fixture tooling, load force sensor, deformation measurement sensor and other accessories, and the workpieces with simple cylindrical shape shall use the balancing machine driven by hoops, Single side vertical balancing machine is generally used for workpieces with single side balancing of discs to reduce energy consumption as much as possible

5. Display mode: it refers to whether the balance electromechanical measuring system is indicated by a meter needle, a watt meter, a nixie tube or a microcomputer

6. Unbalance reduction the Saint Gobain high performance plastics and seals factory in Minhang, Shanghai, China will be added as the authorized injection molding processing rate of TORLON polyamide imide (PAI) resin: according to the indicated value of the balancing machine, the ratio of the reduced unbalance of the rotor after a balancing correction to the initial unbalance of the rotor is a performance index to measure the efficiency of the balancing machine

7. Minimum achievable residual unbalance: it refers to the minimum residual unbalance that can be achieved by the balancing machine when balancing the rotor. It is a performance index to measure the maximum balancing capacity of the balancing machine. (end)

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