ADSG Unit to Study the Alignment of Drives, Shafts and Gears

UNIT TO STUDY THE ALIGNMENT OF DRIVES, SHAFTS AND GEARS - ADSG

INNOVATIVE SYSTEMS

The Unit to Study the Alignment of Drives, Shafts and Gears, "ADSG", allows for mounting, aligning transmission components and checking the operation of the units.

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General Description

The Unit to Study the Alignment of Drives, Shafts and Gears, "ADSG", allows for checking the operation with:

  • CGA. Combined Gear Assembly Unit.
  • SGA. Spur Gear Assembly Unit.
  • SJBA. Unit to Study a Shaft with Journal Bearings Assembly.

Any of the elements included in those three units will be correctly mounted in this unit in order to align the elements, mount the system and check the operation. Heat generation, vibrations during operation and possible leaks can also be assessed.

The unit includes a rigid bench with aluminum profile. The single-phase asynchronous drive motor with metal bellows coupling and the driving element to be checked are located on that bench.

It is possible to change the mounting space, by adapting it to the size of the drive element. It also has a magnetic particle brake with adjustable braking torque regulated by a potentiometer.

The drive element is coupled to the motor and the brake through two couplings protected by removable guards. The objective of the student will be to perform the element-brake and element-motor alignments.

The excitation current of the magnetic brake, indicated in a display, is used to measure the braking torque. The magnetic brake includesa fan.

The Unit to Study the Alignment of Drives, Shafts and Gears, "ADSG", allows for studying the coupling and uncoupling, maintenance and repair of the related units.

Exercises and guided practices

GUIDED PRACTICAL EXERCISES INCLUDED IN THE MANUAL

  1. Assembly and alignment of gears (CGA unit required).
  2. Testing the final operation of a spur gear with worm gear (CGA unit required).
  3. Familiarization with gear components and their functions (CGA unit required).
  4. Checking the gear behavior when working with a variable load (CGA unit required).
  5. Study and assessment of vibrations and noise during the operation of the gear with a variable load and checking for leaks (CGA unit required).
  6. Study and analysis of the gear function assembled with a test load (CGA unit required).
  7. Assembly and alignment of a shaft with journal bearings (SJBA unit required).
  8. Testing the final operation of a shaft with journal bearings (SJBA unit required).
  9. Familiarization with gear components and their functions (SJBA unit required).
  10. Checking the sliding quality of the journal bearing.

REQUIRED ELEMENTS

Quality

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