خدمات بالانس کارگاهی
شرکت ویستا پایش راد با کارگاهی مجهز خدمات بالانس در کارگاه را برای دامنه وسیعی از تجهیزات دوار ارائه می نماید.
بالانس انواع روتورهای انعطاف پذیر
بالانس انواع روتورهای صلب
بالانس انواع ایمپلر فن ها و پمپ در سایزها و وزنهای مختلف
این شرکت خدمات بالانس در کارگاه انواع روتور تجهیزات دوار ( الکترو موتور، پمپ ، فن ، ژنراتور ، کمپرسور… ) با سرعتهای کارکردی مختلف ( ۱۰۰-۲۰۰۰۰ rpm) و از وزن ۵۰۰ گرم تا ۵۰۰۰ کیلوگرم و از قطر ۱ سانتی متر تا قطر های ۲۰۰ سانتی متر مطابق استاندارد ISO-1940 را در کمترین زمان و بالاترین دقت به صنایع مختلف ارائه می نماید.
Condition-Based Maintenance (CBM). This is also called ‘predictive maintenance’ since
the potential breakdown of a machine is predicted through regular condition monitoring and
maintenance is carried out at the optimum time. It has obvious advantages compared with
either run-to-break or preventive maintenance, but does require having access to reliable
condition monitoring techniques, which not only are able to determine current condition,
but also give reasonable predictions of remaining useful life. It has been used with some
success for 30–۴۰ years, and for example the above-mentioned report  by Neale and
Woodley predicted back in 1978 that maintenance costs in British industry could be reduced
by approximately 65% by appropriate implementation in a number of industries that they
identified. However, the range of monitoring techniques was initially quite limited, and not
always correctly applied, so it is perhaps only in the last 15 years or so that it has become
recognized as the best maintenance strategy in most cases.
Initially the greatest successes
were attained in industries where machines were required to run for long periods of time
without shutting down, such as the power generation and (petro)chemical industries. The
machines in such industries typically run at near constant speed, and with stable load, so the
technical problems associated with the condition monitoring were considerably reduced.
As more powerful diagnostic techniques have become available, it has been possible to
extend condition monitoring to other industries in which the machines have widely varying
speed and load, and are perhaps even mobile (such as ore trucks in the mining industry). The
potential benefits given by CBM applied to hydroelectric power plants and wind turbines
are discussed in [7, 8], respectively.