- Belt Drive
- End Drive
- Belt-End Drive
- Belt Drive :
- End Drive
- Belt – End Drive
The EasyBalance 2.2 high-end dynamic balancing software is designed with the operator in mind.
The operator can chose from several pre-programmed rotor configurations by just clicking one of the rotor icons.
Units of measure
Keyway Compensation Program
Unbalance result display
Unbalance result displays are user-selectable:
The operator can select his/her preferred unbalance display. The preferred display is stored with the rotor setup data.
The Polar diagram display is pictured here. Not only do the large, bright colored dots indicate the amount and location of the unbalance, they are also color-coded to give a fast, easily visible signal to indicate the Tolerance Status.
The green “Target Zone” represents the unbalance tolerance for each correction plane.
Vector-split indication (Components)
Sometimes it is impossible to place the unbalance correction weight exactly where it should be. This can be caused by segmented rotors (propellers, turbine disks…) or because a rotor has pre-defined locations for potential unbalance corrections (studs on an electric armature, for instance). EasyBalance™ offers a split-weight function, which performs a vector-split calculation and presents the operator with the exact unbalance correction amount and the corresponding rotor segment… all with a simple mouse click.