Alignment & Measurement Experts
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Measurement points are recorded at fixed points 9, 12 and 3 o’clock. This is the classic three-point method which can be used in most cases.
A measurement method for shaft alignment (also referred to as coupling alignment) of horizontal machines. You can begin the measurement process from anywhere on the turn. You can turn the shaft to any three positions with as little as 20° between each position to register the measurement values.
For advanced applications like non-rotatable shafts, shafts with sliding bearings or critical machines, such as turbine alignment, there is a Multipoint measurement method. In this method, any number of measuring points around the shafts rotation can be registered. Included in this method is a Quality Assessment scale which can help you achieve the best possible result during alignment.
Automatic recording of measurement values during continuous sweep (or rotation) of the shaft. Hundreds of points are registered. You can start anywhere on the turn. Often used when shaft is difficult to stop. Quality check of measurement is provided.
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