The balancing heads are claimed to represent the very latest in automatic balancing technology and are available in all configurations for one- and two-plane balancing. The heads are managed via contactless control (No Link) through a VM25 modular multifunction unit and are designed in a wide range of diameters and shapes for built-in spindle mounting, starting from a diameter of 28 mm. The manufacturers also point up the embedded rotational speed sensor, the rotation speed of up to 25,000 rpm, and the residual unbalance that is at least ten times less than traditional solutions on one and two planes. Also stressed are the deterministic balancing time and the automatic neutral cycle (weights at 180°). An acoustic emission sensor (AE) can be optionally integrated. The tools are said to correct all dynamic effects on the grinding spindle, optimizing the surface geometry and quality of the workpiece, increasing machine productivity and enhancing spindle and wheel lifetime. Operating supervision is apparently not necessary.
One- and two-plane automatic grinding spindle balancers
The Absolute Balancer heads have been specifically developed with a moment-free design and are billed as unique by the exhibitors from Balance Systems in terms of their execution speed and final precision.