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Onsite Balancing Services / In Situ Balancing Services / Field Balancing Services


Onsite balancing is the process of balancing a rotor in its own bearings and support structure, in assembled conditions.



Process rolls

Cooling tower

Pump impellers

Printing drums

Fans and blowers

Air Pulleys and sheaves




Motor rotors

High-speed tooling

Bearing spindle assemblies


The statistics are indisputable: Over 50% of all faults and failures of machines and systems can be attributed directly or indirectly to unbalances in Rotors.

On site Dynamic Balancing Services helps you to identify an unbalance simply and accurately, and to correct it with the minimum effort. This ensures the reliability of your machines and systems, and increases competitiveness.

Rotors of almost any size and weight can be balanced quickly, cost effectively and accurately in the installed condition, and therefore without having to dismantle the machine.

Blowers or fans (unlike electric motors, pumps or compressors) will often run smoothly only for a limited period of time or in a specific operating condition. Unbalances may occur during operation, causing costly damage to machines, foundations or buildings. Often, however, dismantling the part for balancing is not an option, for reasons of cost.In such cases, field balancing is the best solution. Our team will measure the unbalance of installed rotors in situ, with the help of portable balancing equipment, and correct it without any need to dismantle the rotor.

On site Dynamic Balancing Services is immensely beneficial to any Plants, irrespective of their size. It helps save in terms of break-down time, cost and production loss, which otherwise would have resulted if the Rotors are sent to Balancing Service Centre.

Our well trained and experienced personnel visit the Sites along-with the Instruments, immediately on receipt of call and attend the Jobs to the fullest satisfaction of the Clients.

The Dynamic Balancing Services are rendered by us all over the country and abroad, as well.

We serve many Clients from almost all Sectors and our Clientele vouches for the quality and timely service we offer in the field.


The balancing procedure involves testing the effect of masses on the balancing planes defined by us (flange of a wheel, fan blades, predicted balancing holes or slopes, etc.) in order to determine the number and location of the correction masses using our calculation software.

This procedure reduces production losses on site as the machine does not need to be disassembled.

In-Situ Balancing can be performed in Single Plane & Two Planes depending on the Job.


Increases safety

Improves product quality

Reduces the possibility of catastrophic failures

Extends bearing and machine life

Can be planned into scheduled short time outages e.g. machine mould or process changes

Reduces downtime, labour and material costs

Eliminates the requirements to completely dismantle and reassemble plant equipment to enable balancing of machine components