Workshop «Shaft alignment and dynamic balancing»
We invite technical specialists to participate in the training course on the topic «Shaft alignment and dynamic balancing» which will take place on 12-13 September, 2019 in Germany (Lubeck). The workshop is arranged for specialists in quality, service engineers, mechanics and power engineers who are responsible for the reliability of machines and industrial equipment.

Kronsforder Allee 45,
23560 Lübeck
Tel: +49 (0) 451-370-87-700
Products -- Software -- BALTECH-Balance


  • Balancing algorithm, the calculation of balancing weights
  • Software for dynamic balancing, BALTECH-Balance
  • Balancing of rotors, multiplane balancing
  • Portable devices and software for balancing

The BALTECH-Balance software for a multiple plane balancing is intended to calculate balancing masses. This is the independent balancing calculator, which can be used with devices of any manufacturers. The software makes it possible to perform a machine balancing with any phase and vibration amplitude testers. The integrated calculator performs calculation of a trial weight. The initial data for the calculation (amount of vibration and phase) should be taken by your device and entered into the software manually.

The BALTECH-Balance functions:

  • Maximum number of balancing planes and measurement points is not limited.
  • You can perform additional balancing based on the results of the balancing weight installation without necessity to mount trial weights. Also the software allows to calculate balancing weights without installation of a trial weight for machines that were balanced before based on the results of their previous balancing (using dynamic influence coefficients);
  • Calculation for different balancing conditions (trial weight is removed/not removed, angles are counted in the direction/against of rotor rotation;
  • There are additional tools for automatization of some standard balancing actions: Estimation of a trial weight amount;
    Division of the unbalance vector;
    Adding of the unbalance vectors

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