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    Static Balancing Machines

    Non-Rotating Vertical Balancing Machine (HVS)Non-Rotating Vertical Balancing Machine (HVS)

    The vertical, non-rotating or static balancer is used for single plane balancing where only force unbalance exists. Static balancing can be applied to grinding wheels, propellers, refinery plates, tires, and wheels. On this type of balancing equipment, the part is suspended on its axis center on a frictionless pivot. The amount and direction of the tilt is precisely recorded by patented electronics and mechanical design. Spinning is not required allowing for fast, accurate, readings. This machine balances a wide variety of rotors including grinding wheels, disc brakes, refinery plates, fans, composite material propellers, clutches, pulleys, tires, and wheels to name a few.

    HVS FeaturesHVS100

    • Force Unbalance
    • Single Plane Measurement
    • Non-Rotating Balancing
    • Ability to handle flat, shaftless parts
    • Touchscreen Computer
    • Easy To Operate

    Typical Balancing Applications For HVS

    • Clutch Balancing
    • Refinery Plate Balancing
    • Moment Weighing Balancers
     

    Customer Showcase

    "Prior to getting the first 2 Hines balancers, we liked the interface on our 2 competitor Y balancers but we had to recomp every 15 minutes. We found out the Hines balancers are the best of them all by far. We have purchased additional Hines balancers since then. We rarely need any service. When service has been required, Hines has taken care of us."

    Jack, Founder, Hessaire Products

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