The revolutionary ROTALIGN® touch, the cloud-based shaft alignment system that combines precision measurement with mobile connectivity, has taken another leap forward. Adding new capabilities like the Live Trend functionality, vibration spot checks and intelligent uncoupled measurement modes, the ROTALIGN® touch now truly does it all.
ROTALIGN® touch with Live Trend takes the guesswork out of the offline to running machine condition. Using ROTALIGN® touch, users can monitor and measure the thermal expansion and operation-induced movement. Technicians are able to analyse the collected data identifying appropriate preset target values that will ensure accurate shaft alignment when the machine is in operating condition.
With its vibration check capability, the ROTALIGN® touch uses sensALIGN® to measure overall vibration providing users with information about machine conditions during operation. And there’s more. To check alignment conditions when machine shafts are disconnected, the ROTALIGN® touch also features intelligent uncoupled measurement modes. The ROTALIGN® touch computer includes a new measurement table to display and log the alignment process from start to finish. Last but not least, the ROTALIGN® touch onboard camera allows machine images to be easily included in the system generated PDF reports.
The intelligent measurement capabilities and mobile connectivity features of the ROTALIGN® touch paired with the ALIGNMENT RELIABILITY CENTER® 4.0 software produce a valuable data stream that details all aspects of machine alignment condition.
With its new features, such as Live Trend and vibration spot checks using sensALIGN®, the ROTALIGN® touch shaft alignment system is the cornerstone of any plant management and reliability program where precision meets connectivity.
Adapted from press release by Joseph Green
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/product-news/17082016/rotalign-touch-features-latest-live-trend-capability-96/
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