Инструкция на TECO 91-93 (англ.)
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Conical components with centre hole which, when inserted on the spin shaft, serves to centre wheels with centre holes whose diameter is between maximum and minimum values.
Operation in which unbalance is corrected by the application of two weights, one on each side of the wheel.
A procedure whereby suitable correction coefficients are calculated by starting from known operating conditions. Self- calibration improves the measurement precision of the machine by correcting, within limits, calculation errors that may arise due to alteration of the machine’s characteristic over the course of time.
Procedure starting from the action that causes thee wheel to rotate and the successive free rotation of the wheel.
Device for clamping the wheel to the balancer. The spinner features elements for engaging to the threaded hub, and lateral pins that are used to tighten it.
In static balancing only the static component of unbalance is corrected. This is achieved by fitting a single weight - usually at the centre of the rim channel. The accuracy of this system increases as the width of the wheel decreases.
Threaded part of the shaft that is engaged with the spinner to clamp the wheel. This component is supplied disassembled from the machine.
Non-uniform distribution of the wheel mass that results in the generation of centrifugal force during rotation.
Keep the work area clean
Do not clean the machine with compressed air or jets of water.
When cleaning the area take steps to avoid raising dust as far as possible.
- Keep the balancer shaft, the spinner, the cones and centring flanges clean. These components can be cleaned using a brush soaked in environmentally friendly solvents;