Tagged With "SKF"

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balancing of overhung fan using SKF CMVA 65

Francis Kamuriwo ·
Hie buddies how are you.For those that have used CMVA65 Microlog for balancing purposes,how can you identify the correct position to put your trial weight. Is the phase angle the highest spot or the lightest sport. Thanks for you assistance.
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Re: balancing of overhung fan using SKF CMVA 65

stachu ·
Trial weight is a trial run, it can be anywhere. This is your starting point for balancing
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Good second hand skf vibration analyser, Microlog GX or AX wanted

yowela ·
Iam Urgently looking for Vibration analyser-SKF GX or AX, able to do dynamic balancing,route/data collection etc. Any other make if with software would be okay. my email:Kenneth.nchima@rotorwellreliability.com or +260 968 88 47 16
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Re: skf @ptitude analyst

DADane ·
Have you tried a warm boot of the microlog? hold down 2,7,8 and 9 keys all at once and release. Data collector will do a warm boot. Data will not be lost. Try it Regards, Dave Dane
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GE Bearing No. Conversion to SKF No.

Libin ·
Gentlemen, I have two GE bearing No.s of 26A19X208 and 235A2523AD01 for their characteristic frequencies calculation. Can anyone help me to convert them to SKF No.s? Then I can use SKF bearing selection to calculate their characteristic frequencies. Thanks.
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Re: Used SKF Microlog Analyser for Sale

Hello. Please informed price the microlog CMAX70, for e-mail. nunolaranjeiro000@gmail.com
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Re: Used SKF Microlog Analyser for Sale

Gidi Graoag ·
Hi, Is it available ? If yes, what is the price ? gidi.groag@gmail.com
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Re: Used SKF Microlog Analyser for Sale

DBTCMP ·
What firmware is it running?
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Re: Used SKF Microlog Analyser for Sale

DTulupov ·
Is the tool still valid? How to contact you?
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Re: Used SKF Microlog Analyser for Sale

Daniel170294 ·
Hi sir, this item is available yet ? What’s the price ?
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Re: Used SKF Microlog Analyser for Sale

abhishekagg ·
Re: Used SKF Microlog Analyser for Sale
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Re: Used SKF Microlog Analyser for Sale

Daniel170294 ·
Please send to me the information in my email: daniel.barbosa.ferreira@live.com Thanks for your time
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Re: Used SKF Microlog Analyser for Sale

! ! Shabir Ahmad KHAN® ·
Please sell it on OLX.com
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Re: Used SKF Microlog Analyser for Sale

Daniel170294 ·
hi sir, this item is availiable ?
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Re: Used SKF Microlog Analyser for Sale

CM Inspector ·
What is the selling Price in INR ?
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Re: Used SKF Microlog Analyser for Sale

abhishekagg ·
Dear Mr CM Inspec. Kindly email at abhishek.a@aryasteel.in
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Re: Used SKF Microlog Analyser for Sale

Harout80 ·
Kindly send the selling price in USD to hartut@hotmail.com thanks
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Re: Used SKF Microlog Analyser for Sale

abhishekagg ·
Hello, Kindly check your email, the prices has been offered and waiting for your reply.... Thanks.
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Used SKF Microlog Analyser for Sale

abhishekagg ·
Hi, I own Used SKF Microlog Analyser Model No CMXA 70 E. Very less used Location in India, Shipping any Place in world. In Working Condition. Pictures Attached.
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Re: What is the Best Parameter to Monitor the Slow Speed vibration ,I have 43 RPM Calciner Support Roller brgs

Lampard Nguyen ·
Hi Vipul, In my opinion, ultrasound structural bone (dynamic and static mesurements) can help you monitor bearing condition with very low speed machine. Regards,
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Re: What is the Best Parameter to Monitor the Slow Speed vibration ,I have 43 RPM Calciner Support Roller brgs

vipul@cmc ·
Thanks CANDO Is anybody monitor such low RPM with Vibexpert-II ? pl. guide me what should be the setup in Omnitrend Software .
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Re: What is the Best Parameter to Monitor the Slow Speed vibration ,I have 43 RPM Calciner Support Roller brgs

Lampard Nguyen ·
Dear Vipul, What type of Sensor are you using? The low speed machinery accelerometer sensor can be used in this case, example is VIB 6.172 and VIB 6.195.
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Re: What is the Best Parameter to Monitor the Slow Speed vibration ,I have 43 RPM Calciner Support Roller brgs

Lampard Nguyen ·
Trending is good menthod for your case! Good luck!
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Re: What is the Best Parameter to Monitor the Slow Speed vibration ,I have 43 RPM Calciner Support Roller brgs

Ramos_ ·
Collect time waveform set to 5-8 revolution. Sampling rate should be fast enough to capture transient event, set high fmax. For 43 rpm that means you need to set twf collection time to ~12sec for 8 rotation of the shaft. This is good enough to see event on the bearing for 8 revolution. If your software is capable to overlaid plot then that that help to visualize any changes. Trigger during data collection of this twf is also a good consideration so all twf collected starts at trigger event.
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Re: What is the Best Parameter to Monitor the Slow Speed vibration ,I have 43 RPM Calciner Support Roller brgs

mirook ·
use longterm waveform or HFD like Envelope demodulation,SPM,peakvue
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Re: What is the Best Parameter to Monitor the Slow Speed vibration ,I have 43 RPM Calciner Support Roller brgs

Beatnik ·
Don't expect too much of vibration analysis on slow equipement. To see a defect is not hard but to know the level of degradation and to estimate how long it will last is quite difficult. Keep the expectations of your boss/client low until you get a solid history on this particular bearing.
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Re: SKF GX75 order tracking route measurement

Akhil Rathore ·
hi tcvib do you mean time synchronous averaging? sorry if i got you wrong
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Re: SKF GX75 order tracking route measurement

tcvib ·
I have it figured out. My points were linked together and it will not work with them linked together. We are taking readings on the unwind motor at different speeds while the roll is changing diameter. Historically we have just collected data at slow speeds. Missed a bearing that was torn up for some time. We have started collecting the data at full speed and also order tracking the data so we know what we are looking at for each reading. Akhil, not time synchronous. I am wanting to collect...
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Re: SKF GX75 order tracking route measurement

Akhil Rathore ·
hi tcvib even i would like to know the settings for the same
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Moving away from Emonitor to CSI /SKF

UK Chris ·
Does anyone know if it is possible to import the Emonitor data into CSI / SKFs software so that you do not loose yoru historical data?
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Re: Phase Analysis with SKF Micolog

Reliable Analyst ·
It is very simple, simply reverse the sensors, i.e. put sensor A at location B and sensor B at location A it is as simple as 270 phase difference means a -90 phase shift, and thats what you would see if you interchage the A with B in cross channel you are interested in phase diff, it depends whether you are measuring the angle CW or CCW
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Re: Phase Analysis with SKF Micolog

ALI HAIDERR ·
Dear Reliable Analyst Thanks your reply. You means if we found phase greater than 180 degree. Reverse the location of sensors or simply minus 180 degree May I correct?
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Re: Phase Analysis with SKF Micolog

Reliable Analyst ·
yes
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Re: Good second hand skf vibration analyser, Microlog GX or AX wanted

John from PA ·
Did you look in the "Items for Sale" area? https://www.maintenance.org/forum/for-sale
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Re: SKF Spherical Roller Bearing Installation / Adapter Sleeve Thread Damage

JoelR ·
Try using some kluber fitting paste on the adapter sleeve thread. a hammer and some pin punches (or even abit of keysteel) will do the job when driving up the bearing. Measuring residual clearence and feeler gauge method is the way to go.
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Re: SKF Spherical Roller Bearing Installation / Adapter Sleeve Thread Damage

JoelR ·
actually on second thought, why not put the tab washer on as you are driving it up, then theres no need to back the nut off(probably better). id still use some fitting paste though.
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Re: SKF Spherical Roller Bearing Installation / Adapter Sleeve Thread Damage

Kent McCoy ·
I have always set the bearing with the tab washer in place.
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Re: SKF Spherical Roller Bearing Installation / Adapter Sleeve Thread Damage

Ralph Stewart ·
Serdar , Been 4 months since your post. Just wondering if you have found a possible solution for the problem. Thanks and Hae a Great Day, Ralph
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Re: SKF Spherical Roller Bearing Installation / Adapter Sleeve Thread Damage

Serdar ·
I left that company 3 months ago, thats why i haven't replied. Checked with my friends today and they haven't faced with that problem since i've left. So looks like i am the problem... I ordered SKF TMFN wrenches before i left and they are using those tools. These are impact wrenches to tighten the nut. I think proper tools fixed the problem. By the way, we used to put lock washer with the bearing. Those days the problem was damaging lock washer tips while tightening the nut. Thats why we...
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Re: SKF Spherical Roller Bearing Installation / Adapter Sleeve Thread Damage

Ralph Stewart ·
Well, That is about the next, to the best, excuse anyone could have.
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Re: Moving away from Emonitor to CSI /SKF

Becar ·
I don't know for your exact case but usually providers make their databases readable with their products only. I guess it is a kind of a marketing skill to keep their customers attached.
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Re: Moving away from Emonitor to CSI /SKF

DBTCMP ·
Most can transfer machine details across and that's it, i.e they will rebuild ur database for you in the new software as part of transitioning service. None can important the history from your own system though, it's commonplace to run both side by side until you have 6 months or so history accumulated in the new system. Many moons ago skf and Rockwell were closely related, sadly all they share now is data collector Chassis(which SKF builds in Scotland)
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Re: Moving away from Emonitor to CSI /SKF

ckyjohn ·
The database will need to be rebuilt from scratch. There is no method for transfer period. With CSI you need to use the wizard for each machine component in order to properly setup and it is a lengthy setup. Going to SKF aptitude software and the same data collector (AX or GX) will be a learning curve for not much benefit in my opinion. The CSI 2140 is expensive and no better than the 2130 from a handling perspective. The first thing you will notice is that it is heavy and the touchscreen...
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Re: Moving away from Emonitor to CSI /SKF

UK Chris ·
Thanks for the responce guys.
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Re: Moving away from Emonitor to CSI /SKF

Ron Brook ·
You're making a mistake.....Just my two cents.
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Re: Moving away from Emonitor to CSI /SKF

ckyjohn ·
Ron Brook - Making a mistake by staying with the Enpac and Emonitor or by not going with CSI?
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Re: Moving away from Emonitor to CSI /SKF

Ron Brook ·
If you just took some time and someone taught you the real power of Emonitor, you would understand. All open panes are linked. Move the cursor in one window and the data changes to that date and time in all windows. Link a thermographic image into another pane. Easily set alarms and automatic report writing. And I believe they are the only software that took the time to build what is needed to do auto diagnostics. Of course, you need to input dozens of pieces of information about the...
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Re: Moving away from Emonitor to CSI /SKF

I've had Emonitor for over twenty years and love it. My problem now is we are stuck with an older version. We purchased for $2,284.00 an esafe emonitor 3.7 upgrade and down loaded it but they would only give me a serial number for activation of 1 year then I would have to go to 4.0years which locks us into a $22K data collector. I'm stuck with version 1.3, don't want to change, might get wireless triaxial Acceleromter and WiSER3x Universal Receiver WiSER 3x Universal 4CH
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Re: Moving away from Emonitor to CSI /SKF

Ron Brook ·
I’ve never heard of dated licenses. I’ve had two licenses at IPS for 20 years. Use Factory talk to manage them.
 
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