Posts tagged with: “shaft alignment”

Checking Your Thermal Targets

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By on December 21, 2011

Any equipment that goes through large temperature differences between startup and normal operation should have accurate thermal targets calculated to allow for proper shaft alignment. Shaft alignment data can be taken when the machine is at operating temperature and compared to readings taken when the machine is at ambient temperature. The resulting calculations provide alignment […]

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To Turn or Not to Turn, That is the Question!

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By on November 19, 2011

Bowl mills are used to pulverize coal prior to being blown into coal fired boilers. They are very large machines with heavy rotating components usually driven by an internal planetary gear set in the bottom of the mill. A typical steam generation power plant will have multiple bowl mills for each boiler in the facility. […]

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Pre-Alignment & Why it is Important

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By on November 19, 2010

Pre-Alignment and why it’s important Hey folks, check out this great powerpoint from our trainer Stand Riddle on Pre-Alignment and why its so important.  Feel free to post questions or comments in the comments section and Stan and our other trainers will answer your questions.  Enjoy the powerpoint.

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