Rocky Mountain Training Center
In this hands-on dynamic balancing course, the students will learn how to properly identify and diagnose unbalance as well as perform single and two plane field balancing. Attendees will diagnose unbalance using phase analysis coupled with traditional spectral analysis and will learn the single plane vector method in order to understand the balancing procedure. Tips and tricks from years of experience are shared with students throughout the course to ensure they can successfully perform dynamic balancing in the field.
The course follows Category II - IV Guidelines established by ISO 18436-2, "Condition monitoring and diagnostics of machine – Requirements for training and certification of personnel – Part 2: Vibration condition monitoring and diagnostics."
Prerequisites: Candidates should be able to manipulate simple algebraic equations, use a basic scientific calculator, and be familiar with the operation of personal computers.
Certification Exam: 20 questions, 2 hour time limit, closed book but a summary sheet of formulae is provided, passing score is 75% correct.
Dynamic Balancing Course Objectives:
Properly diagnose unbalance
Conduct basic single and multiple plane field and shop balancing
Be able to perform vector splitting and combining
Recommend advanced two-plane influence coefficient or static/couple balancing
- Interpret and evaluate published ISO codes of practice, International Standards and Specifications for balancing tolerances