Vibration Analysis
Vibration Analysis

Vibration Analysis

Vibration analysis is utilized as an accurate method of finding existing problems as well as trim balancing of the spindle to acceptable specifications.

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Balancing Dynamic
Balancing Dynamic

Static and Dynamic Balancing

Virtually any part from an ounce in weight up to 5000 lbs. can be effectuvely balanced to meet and exceed most balancing tolerances.

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Laser Alignment
Laser Alignment

Laser Alignment

Laser alignments can be performed onsite at your plant or your customer’s facilitiy. We can perform alignments on many components.

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Balancing | Vibration Analysis Company

HAMDON INDUSTRIES INCORPORATED located in Sterling Heights, Michigan specializes in vibration analysis, dynamic and static balancing, predictive maintenance programs, laser alignment and machine tool certification.

Our Predictive Maintenance Program provides regularly scheduled vibration monitoring of rotating machinery to establish trends and identify trouble spots. Prompt interpretation, analysis, and reporting of specific findings and recommendations are provided. Programs are customized to your specific requirements.

Hamdon Industries provides 24 hour service in our facility or your job site. In house we have the staff and equipment to accommodate parts as small as an ounce up to 5,000 lbs, single pieces or production balancing, single plane-static or two plane dynamic. We balance fans, pulleys, electric motors, armatures, spindles, pumps, turbines, crankshafts, boring tools, cutting tools and anything else that rotates.

Wherever your vibration problems are, we provide prompt, professional and courteous service, whether in Michigan or anywhere in the United States.

Vibration Analysis
Vibration Analysis

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Vibration analysis – An overview
Vibration analysis consists in listening inside the machine. Each component vibrates differently and generates a characteristic noise that leaves a typical fingerprint in the spectrum in the form of a linear pattern. If damage is present, the pattern stands out from the noise floor. This allows the specialist to recognize, for example, whether the problem comes from unbalance, misalignment or bearing damage. In addition to an accurate diagnosis it is generally also possible to determine whether urgent action is necessary or whether it can wait until the next scheduled servicing.

Vibration analysis – The benefits
The bottom line is that vibration analysis benefits both the operator and the maintenance technician:

  • Enables the identification of machine faults
  • Provides information on root causes
  • Localizes the affected components
  • Optimizes spare parts logistics
  • Allows early planning of maintenance measures.