Easy-Laser® E970 PARALLELISM
Easy-Laser® E970 Parallelism system points a laser beam alongside the machine, and then deflects the beam by 90 degrees with a pentaprism towards the measurement object.
The pentaprism is moved along the beam, and deflects the beam to each roll that is to be measured, so it can be aligned. Both ends of the roll are measured, so you get an angular value which is compared to the reference line (base line) of a reference roll. Besides paper machines, printing machines and rolling mills you can also measure and align crane rails, overhead tracks, metal sheet cutters and many other types of machines.
The E970 is especially suitable when many objects are to be measured and aligned, and when measuring over a long distance. The maximum distance with a standard system is 80 meters. The number of measurement objects can be several hundred. The alignment of the rolls can be performed in live mode with instant feedback. You can add, remove and remeasure objects any time during measurement. The result is displayed both graphically and digitally in a table, and a PDF report can be produced directly on-site. Results can also be transferred to your PC through the EasyLink™ software (included).
VERSATILE SYSTEM FOR MANY DIFFERENT KINDS OF MEASUREMENTS
Easy-Laser® E970 does more than just parallelism measurement. You can also measure levelness, straightness, and flatness on wire sections (suction boxes), flatness on foundations and straightness of rolls. With a few additional accessories you can also do shaft alignment. This makes the E970 a versatile and very cost-effective solution for your maintenance department.
E970 Parallelism Measurement Training Syllabus
- Importance of parallelism measurement of rolls to improve safety, reliability, and production
- Introduction to parallelism concepts including measurement principles and reference line
- Prepping for measurements
- Machine preparation
- Required tools for the task including tripods and brackets
- Calibration of laser
- Measuring and correcting misalignment