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Balancing Machines

VibraSys offers the complete line of CEMB static and dynamic balancing machines, including universal horizontal machines, single or two plane vertical machines with tooling and integral correction devices, and custom designed machines for any application.

Horizontal Balancing Machines

Horizontal balancing machines are ideally suited for rotors with their own journals. They are universal in design in that a wide variety of parts, sizes, and shapes will fit a given size machine as long as they are within the weight, diameter, and length limitations. CEMB horizontal machines use hard-bearing technology for maximum efficiency and accuracy.

Standard sizes range from maximum weight capacities of 15 pounds to 100,000 pounds and higher. All models are available with a variety of instrumentations to fit any budget or meet any technical requirement.

ZB50000 with 132,000 lb. Weight CapacityZB2000 with combination belt and end drive. Weight capacity 6,600 Lbs.

ZB2000 with Combination bBlt and End Drive. Weight Capacity 6,600 Lbs.ZB50000 with 132,000 lb. weight capacity

Model VUBK 50 with Fully Automatic Vertical and Horizontal Drill UnitsModel VUBK 50 with fully automatic vertical and horizontal drill units.

Model VUBK 50 with Horizontal Drill Unit for Drilling Radial HolesModel VUBK 50 with horizontal drill unit for drilling radial holes.

Vertical Balancing Machines

Vertical balancing machines are generally used for "disk-shaped rotors". This includes flywheels, pulleys, fans, impellers, wheels, and tires. Typically, these parts do not have their own journals, so the balancer must be equipped with an arbor or adapter of some type to mount the part to the machine.

Many of these parts require static, or single-plane balancing, but CEMB vertical balancing machines come in one plane or two versions. All models are available with a variety of instrumentation types and integral correction units, depending on the unbalance compensation method.