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Vibration Screening Tool


Vibration Screening Tool

St-101 is a vibration screening tool that provides basic diagnostic capability at a very low cost. It's easy to use and no training is required.

The ST-101 will provide clear, on the spot insight of your machine condition. Without specialized vibration analysis training, your personnel can assess your equipment condition and identify sources of potential machine problems. The ST-101 goes beyond the idiot light approach of traditional hand-held vibration meters. Green, yellow and red bar graph segments show acceptable/unacceptable representations of machine vibration. The bar graph displays indicate vibration levels based on Acceleration, Velocity and Displacement measurements. Simple patterns on the bar graph displays aid in the identification of underlying machine problems. In addition, a numerical display allows the user to log these readings for the purpose of historical data and machine condition trending.

The user simply attaches the magnetic mount accelerometer to the machine, selects the operating speed of the machine and reads the display. Problems such as imbalance, misalignment and rolling contact bearing wear have never before been so quick and easy to detect and identify.

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