The portable runout test system is specifically designed to check the mechanical and electrical runout and other circular geometries of very large gas turbine rotors.
- Measurement of mechanical and electrical runout
- Inspection of the rotor of the machine
- Collection of data for rotor stacking
Inspection of rotors, discs and shafts of compressors and turbines
Concentricity testing system
Getting an accurate idea of the geometry of components prior to assembly is extremely important in the face of ever-increasing environmental pressures and rising fuel prices. The much more reliable measurement data collected by iMAP enables precise handling of component parts by rotor stacking software, which in turn enables precise alignment of rotor assemblies. iMAP has been independently verified and proven to provide our customers with significant operational improvements over their traditional measurement methods.
AccuScan's features set new standards for accuracy, flexibility and performance in a wide range of calibration and inspection applications.
IntelliProbe corrects extreme setup errors
Software algorithms correct profile deviations due to misalignment of parts. The ?intelligent inspection' function corrects deviations of an uncentered part up to 2% of the radius of the part with negligible error.Easy sharing of results
Inspection templates and inspection data files can be quickly and easily shared for analysis purposes via email or as PDF reports or CSV files using a free downloadable viewer.Reduces inspection times by up to 90%
AccuScan's ability to measure 1,000 data points per revolution on 2 surfaces simultaneously significantly reduces your process times compared to other available methodsUnlimited number of surfaces
2 surfaces can be measured simultaneously, with an unlimited total number of surfaces that can be measured.
Compatible with virtually all production environments
AccuScan is specifically designed for use in production environments and features a B89.3.1 standard profile filter to eliminate all background noise.Measurement of Circular Geometries
The portable runout inspection system is specifically designed to check the mechanical and electrical runout and other circular geometries of very large gas turbine rotors.Probe Types
AccuScan™ can be equipped with probes such as lvdt, half-bridge, laser, wireless laser, eddy current, and capacitive probes that best suit your application.Process Reference Standard
Sub-micron circular geometry reduces process measurement inaccuracies to a level that allows the AccuScan system to be considered your measurement reference standard.
AccuScan Test Procedure
Perform the inspection procedure in three simple steps
- Step 1 Select an inspection template and assign color-coded probes to surfaces.
- Step 2 Start the inspection.
- Step 3 View the results, print a report, or save the results to a PDF or geometry data file.
AccuScan features are designed to help you get the job done.
Quick and easy
Using simple, intuitive, full-featured Windows software, operators can quickly and easily inspect the types of complex parts typically found in gas turbines.Programming can be done offline, instantaneously or both.
Inspection templates can be generated using AccuScan™ on the unit, using AccuScan ife™ independently on any computer anywhere in the world, or a combination of both.Results are dynamically recalculated
Unprocessed test data is collected and stored so that fixed points, surface definitions and units of measure can be changed at any time. The results are then dynamically recalculated.
Setting markers when tolerance limits are exceeded
Marking out of tolerance is a quick way for the operator to identify non-conforming parts.Integrated help
Clicking the ?Help" button in the upper right corner of any screen gives the operator immediate access to comprehensive user instructions.Internal Probe Calibration
Probes are calibrated using the ?Probe Calibration Wizard' accessed from the ?Tools' menu. Calibration is a multi-step process and instructions are displayed at each step.