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The value of balancing

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The value of balancing

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Balancing machines are tools created to balance various types of rotating parts such as: brake discs, shafts, flanges, coils, pulleys, electric fans, spindles, turbine, and anything else that possesses rotation.

Their function is to place the product on an equilibrium percentage that allows the best possible operation, decreasing the defects resulting from imbalance, caused by either wear of the product material or a break in its axis of symmetry.

There are several reasons why imbalance is a negative element in the life of a product:

Quality of production

the general decrease in the quality of production, in cases where an imbalance is present the latter leads to disturbing factors such as noise, discomfort in use or can reach high vibrations that over time can lead to a destruction of the part itself, so that it can no longer compete in the market.


Another factor is definitely the safety of both the machine and the worker when performing a task with a defective product can reach a higher degree of danger.

Duration of the production process

The lifespan of a machine is shortened, consequently increasing the likelihood that its effectiveness will fail due to constant maintenance and wear and tear on the components used.


The factors mentioned above cause the company’s production costs to rise, leading to a consequent increase in market prices.

The necessary feature

Balancing is the necessary characteristic for the success of a product along with the quality of the production process, longer machine life, costs commensurate with production, and increased work safety. It is very important to achieve this characteristic because the benefits of proper operation are tangible in various business sectors.

The value of balancing
The value of balancing

The true meaning of balancing

Balancing a rotor not only means returning it to its original state with its own form and function but also provides the advantage of being able to reuse it again without the need for replacement, so repair costs are dramatically lowered.

Imbalance correction

Imbalance can be corrected through several ways: the removal of excess material or conversely the addition of mass into the object. The ways, on the other hand, can be: rotation of the component around its own axis or compression of the component between two parts both accomplished with their own special machinery.

The value of balancing