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Alignment

26.04.2019
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Technology Readiness Levels (TRLs) were invented by NASA and formalised by them in 1989 by which time they were already in widespread use at the organisation.  In the years that followed, this measurement system gained widespread acceptance and was adopted by the US Department of Defence, the EU and the ISO – and it is still used to this day. 

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One of the most common issues when doing alignments in an environment where other machines are operating nearby is that there may be high vibration from the adjacent equipment. In such cases (which happens often), it becomes nearly impossible to ascertain repeatability. However, a laser alignment tool can be used to achieve more accurate readings in situations of high vibration.

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The development of laser alignment tools has dramatically transformed the way that people align and position machinery and industrial structures. These instruments enable measurement and alignment to be done faster and far more accurately than conventional alignment methods such as plumb-lines, dial gauges and line-of-sight where the quality of the results depend largely on the experience of the operator.

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It’s a well-known fact that improper alignment of shafts is one of the most common causes of vibration problems in rotating machines.  Less known however, is the fact that vibration from external sources, such as neighbouring machinery, can negatively impact the alignment of equipment, resulting in costly downtime or worse still, serious damage.

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