Torque Converter Balancing

Torque Converter Balancer

The Balance Engineering Class Torque Converter balancer can be arranged for loading manually, via robot, or by dedicated automation. During the initial unbalance measurement spin, our Computerized Balancing Instrument ('CBI') computes the internal, extermal and total unbalance amounts of the torque converter, both as a prelude to external balance correction and to determine balance acceptability of the entire assembly. Balance correction is achieved by the resistance welding of steel strip stock onto the exterior cover of the torque converter housing. The strip stock is automatically fed, formed and cut to suit the individual balance solution. Welding is performed using either a spot or projection welding method. After balance correction, the balancer audits residual unbalance. Results of the correction measurement process are displayed on the CBI.

 

General Specifications

Production Rate: 60-70 parts per hour (when automatically loaded)
Repeatability: 10% (as measured against an 18 gm-cm balance limit)
Capability: CpK Values >1.67

 Torque Converter Balancer

 

Machine Features:

Data Storage & Printout Options

Part Marking Feature

State-of-the-Art Torque Converter Balancing Techniques

Variable or Fixed Length Weld Weights

Various Measurement Options Available

Torque Converter Balancer

Machine Features

1 Electrical Panel 5
Welder Assemby 9 Lower Spindle
2 Spindle Slide 6 Welder Support 10 Part Backup
3 Strip Stock reel 7 Welder Slide 11 CBI-HMI Control Panel
4 Weld Strip Feed 8 Upper Spindle    

Let us know what your balancing needs are!

Balance Engineering is a global leader in supplying Torque Converter balancing machines and other Test and Measurement systems to various industries, including Automotive, Heavy Equipment, Agriculture, Transportation and Power Generation. Our experienced staff will work with you to develop the most efficient and cost-effective solution to meet or exceed your balancing requirements.