Nearly anything that rotates, or is supported in bearings that allow it to rotate, needs balancing to insure quality performance. From the smallest rotors for dental drill instruments to large power generating turbines, and from electric motor armatures to the largest jet engines, all require sound balancing techniques for reliable, cost-effective operation. Balancing since 1908!
The Balancing and Diagnostic Systems Group in the US operates under Schenck USA Corp. as a subsidiary of Schenck Corp. (SCO), Deer Park, NY. Schenck USA Corp. operates with two locations, one in Deer Park, NY and the other in Southfield, MI. Incorporated in the state of New York, SCO's parent company is Schenck RoTec GmbH, Darmstadt, Germany, the world’s largest manufacturer of dynamic balancing machines and balancing equipment, which in turn is wholly owned by Dürr AG of Bietigheim, Germany.
Schenck USA's product mix includes:
Automated Horizontal Balancing Machines from Schenck Trebel Corporation
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