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Machinery Diagnostic Training System
(MV104)

1.On/off control 2.Motor control 3.Speedmeter 4.Vibration sensors sockets 5.Brake control 6.Motor drive 7.Coupling 8.Elastic shaft 9.Bearing unit 10.Base plate

  • Understanding the essential methods involved in vibration measurement
  • Investigating how speed and shaft layout affect vibration characteristics.
  • Balancing of shafts.
  • Understanding the principles of measuring vibrations in shafts and bearings.
  • Analyzing the influence of motor and coupling alignment on vibration levels.
  • Studying the impact of sensor placement on the quality of vibration measurements.
  • Determining the field balancing procedures to minimize vibrations in rigid shafts.
  • Interpreting frequency spectra to identify potential machinery issues.
  • Utilizing computerized vibration analyzers for efficient data analysis and maintenance optimization.
  • Drive Motor
    • Power: 0.5 hp
    • 3000 RPM
  • 2 Unbalanced Flywheel
    • Diameter: 1675mm
  • Shafts
    • Diameter: 20mm
    • Length: 300mm, 500mm
  • Coupling:
    • Nominal torque: 15Nm
  • Machinery Diagnostic Training System (MV104)
  • Hard copy user manual
  • Bedo Software
  • Laboratory PC
  • Computerized vibration analyzer (MV104.12)
  • Digital Content (BI01)
  • Elastic Shaft kit (MV104.01)
  • Crack Detection in Rotating Shaft kit (MV104.02)
  • Roller Bearing Faults Kit (MV104.03)
  • Couplings kit (MV104.04)
  • Belt Drive kit (MV104.05)
  • Damage to Gears kit (MV104.06)
  • Crank Mechanism Kit (MV104.07)
  • Cavitation in Pumps kit (MV104.08)
  • Vibration in Fans kit (MV104.09)
  • Electromechanical Vibrations Kit (MV104.10)
  • Brake & Load Unit Kit (MV104.11)

The machinery diagnostic training system is an educational unit used to understand the material condition to ensure machines remain operational and to conduct timely maintenance, this is often gauged by analyzing vibrations, which can indicate potential issues. A machinery diagnostic system allows for the simulation of various damages and their impact on vibration spectrum. The base unit of the trainer facilitates vibration measurements, field balancing of rotors, and shaft alignment exercises.

  • The trainer aids in understanding machine faults and essential working principles to prevent serious damage and ensure timely maintenance.
  • The trainer is designed for the investigation of the type and size of the machine vibrations and their effect on the rotating machinery system.
  • The trainer comes equipped with a transparent protective cover designed to safeguard the user.
  • The base unit enables vibration measurement exercises, including the measurement of vibration displacement, velocity, and acceleration across the time/frequency spectrum.
  • The trainer also facilitates the practice of field balancing rigid rotors and aligning shafts.
  • The unit consists mainly of three parts, the mechanical part, monitoring system and diagnostic software.
  • The mechanical parts of the trainer include: clutches, bearing blocks, and shafts with rotors, along with a drive motor featuring variable speed control via a frequency converter and tachogenerator.
  • The large aluminium base plate contains locating slots which allows quick, flexible and precise assembly of the system components.
  • The trainer features foam inlays designed to securely store the modules and components.
  • The trainer also includes a display and control unit equipped with digital displays for accurately monitoring power output and speed
  • The motor base plate is installed on a carriage, allowing for precise alignment of the motor.
  • The drive motor with frequency converter for continuous adjustment of the speed.
  • The trainer is provided with computerized vibration analyzer to measure and evaluate all experiments
  • The control unit includes ON/OFF main power switch and emergency switch