Posts tagged with: Fixturlaser EVO

Pipe Strain Was the Issue

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By on July 13, 2017

Have you ever struggled with a precision shaft alignment, even though you did everything right? (Preformed the pre-alignment steps, controlled backlash, etc., etc.) So, what was different? Maybe it was pipe strain. An alignment check of a new installation of a 40 HP, 3600 RPM motor/pump  revealed the vertical angular misalignment was 3.2 times the […]

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Maintenance Strategies: Part Four – Proactive Maintenance

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By on March 16, 2017

Proactive Maintenance includes a number of maintenance strategies, such as Precision Maintenance, Reliability Based Maintenance, Reliability Centered Maintenance, and Root Cause Failure Analysis. The idea is to anticipate and solve problems before they become problems. Reliability Centered maintenance would begin with a study done on a piece of equipment to gain understanding of all its […]

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I Completed a Precision Shaft Alignment & the Vibration Level Increased!

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By on July 28, 2015

During the field portion of a recent training class vibration readings were taken before and after the precision shaft alignment of a pump and motor. This was done with a hand held vibration meter with a single plane accelerometer. The readings were approximately as follows: Motor NDE V-.07, H-.07, A-.11. Motor DE    V-.07 H-.07 Pump […]

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Precision Alignment of Machines Installed on an Incline

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By on June 10, 2015

Occasionally industrial machinery is not level relative to earth, but is designed to operate on an angle. Those angles can be: • Driver High • Driver Low • Angled to the left or right (as viewed from one end) Regardless of the orientation, these machines can be effectively and easily aligned with any Fixturlaser Shaft […]

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VibrAlign Introduces the New Fixurlaser EVO

By on April 30, 2014

The new Fixturlaser EVO laser shaft alignment system is designed to put the power of alignment in the aligner’s hands.  The computational display unit is especially compact, able to fit in one hand like a tablet, leaving the other hand free to rotate the sensors on the shafts and enter data on the touchscreen, while […]

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