Proactive maintenance is an attempt to anticipate problems and resolve them before they become problem. It is also an attempt to design problems out or remove the root causes of problems. We can say that being proactive is a general approach that consist of wide variety of practices and strategies and utilizes various technologies where appropriate. The main goal of proactive maintenance is to identify and to remove the root causes of machinery failure in order to increase its functional lifetime.
Dynamic Balancing is the practice of spinning an object at a high rate of speed and adjusting the balance or removing the vibration by subtracting or adding weight. This the most common method of balancing a drive shaft, an engine crank shaft etc.
Field Balancing: The process of balancing a rotor in its own bearings and supporting structure rather than in a balancing machine. Our experienced team of professionals and new digital equipment’s will provide the best possible field balancing services.
Workshop balancing: The process of balancing a rotor on a balancing machine. All your rotor balancing needs can be met quickly and safely by rotary mart in-house capabilities.
We at rotary mart offers both the field balancing and workshop balancing.
Alignment is a process to make two or more rotating shafts co-linear, or in the same straight line, both vertically and horizontally. Shaft alignment can be done in many ways but one of the most accurate and fastest is laser alignment.
It can also measure long-span alignments in situations where spacer shafts are used such as in cooling towers and paper machine applications.Our laser alignment tools are considered as “state of the art” in most industrial and maintenance applications. Since machine down time is costly, test reputability is critical. The rotary mart uses a patented single laser precision alignment system that provides accurate and repeatable measurement results so you can be assured you are addressing misalignment problems properly.
Root Cause Analysis
Determining the root cause of a machine failure is often refereed to as Root Cause Analysis(RCA).
Typical root causes of failure in rotating machines are lubrication problem, alignment, unbalance, resonance, improper operation, poor quality of the machine, human error, overhaul or repair errors, bad bearing and poor electrical quality. By identifying and removing these typical causes, one increases the life and reliability of equipment.