Turbomachinery vibration analyzers

  • 30-Apr-2009 12:00 EDT


ORBIGate from Oros is a solution for turbomachinery vibration that is designed for acceptance tests, vibration signatures, diagnostics, and other troubleshooting operations. The system is based on the firm’s portable and rugged 3-Series and Mobi-Pack analyzers, which feature up to 32 channels. It tackles rotor and bearing vibration issues for turbines, compressors, pumps, gearboxes, or other turbomachines. The software enables generation of displays including orbits, shaft center lines, and Bode diagrams. An integrated recorder allows for real-time or post analysis.
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