“Dynamic balancing is a way of balancing machines by rotating parts quickly and measuring the imbalance using electronic equipment. The imbalance measured can then be corrected by adding or subtracting weight from the rotating parts until the vibration is reduced.”
Motors which are incorrectly balanced can result in high noise levels, increased vibration to attached machinery and can significantly reduce the life of all equipment involved. Essentially, dynamic balancing is designed to minimise additional vibration within a motor or machine by ensuring that as parts spin, this rotation occurs as closely to the true axis as possible. This will reduce noise, improve reliability and performance and also ensure longer life.