WHEEL BALANCERS | NOTHING ELSE IS A CHIEF
When it comes to wheel balancers, g you need and more. From a simple C338 wheel balancer to a sophisticated C380 automatic wheel balancer, we can meet your workshop needs. Our tire balancers can perform numerous different services without tiring the operator. Your company will see positive results quickly, as fewer resources spent on minor tasks, more protection for expensive custom tires and fewer injuries related to the tire machine.
Check our line of wheel balancers for an affordable tire balancing machine. You can find the equipment you need to make your business successful, in addition to providing the services your customers need.
The C380 Professional Wheel Balancer Equipped with an automatic wheel dimension sonar and a laser rim profile scanner. Electronic wheel balancer with 3D technology with the perfect microprocessor to balance with maximum speed and precision. R180 saves time and material costs. The fastest and most efficient balance reduces the weight consumption of the wheel while reducing twists and lost repositioning time. The interactive output of the screen identifies the hidden position of the weight location, provides a detailed analysis of the wheels for accurate weight placement.
The C355 wheel balancer is equipped with all the functions for the most demanding professional. Secure handling thanks to the interactive inputs, which guide the operator during all phases of the balancing process. The fast rolling process with an automatic start when the cover is lowered and automatic stop of the wheel in the unbalanced external position.
The motorized balancer of level C338 at a great value. Smaller balancer with all the features designed for the most demanding operators. This low-speed motorized balancer offers everything. High resistance shaft, large displacement for deep rims. Easy to read and understand the output screen. Standard accessories to complete the package.
The tire balance, also called tire imbalance or tire imbalance, describes the distribution of mass inside a car tire or the complete wheel (including the rim) on which it is mounted.
When the wheel rotates, the asymmetries in its distribution of mass can cause it to apply periodic forces and torsions to the shaft, which can cause alterations in the conduction, generally as vertical and lateral vibrations, and this can also cause the steering wheel to oscillate. The frequency and magnitude of this gait disturbance increase typically with speed and the suspensions of the vehicle can be excited when the rotation frequency of the wheel is equal to the resonance frequency of the suspension.
The tire balance is measured in factories and repair shops by two methods: with static balancers and with dynamic balancers. Tires with large imbalances are degraded or rejected. When the tires are mounted on the wheels at the point of sale, they are measured again on a balancing machine, and correction weights are applied to counteract their combined imbalance. The tires can be rebalanced if the driver perceives excessive vibration. The rolling of the tires is different from the alignment of the wheels. The dynamic balance requires that a central axis of the moment of inertia of the tire be aligned with the axis around which the tire rotates, generally the axle on which it is mounted. In the tire factory, the tire and the wheel are mounted on a rolling machine test wheel, the assembly is rotated at 100 RPM (10 to 15 mph with recent high sensitivity sensors) or higher, 300 RPM (55 at 60 mph with a typical low sensitivity) sensors), and sensors measure imbalance forces. These forces are solved in static and couple values for the internal and external planes of the wheel and are compared with the imbalance tolerance (the maximum manufacturing limits allowed). If the tire is not checked, it can cause vibrations in the suspension of the vehicle in which it is mounted. In tire retail stores, the tire/wheel assemblies are tested in a spin balancer, which determines the amount. Contact us.