CV250 TorsionPRO™ Torsional Converter

Torsional Converters Provide Early Problem Detection

Torsional vibration of a rotating element is the rapid fluctuation of angular shaft velocity. It is not enough to simply know the average speed of your machine - do you also know the frequency of its torsional components, the terminal phase, its angular velocity, or angular displacement? If not, you might be placing your equipment at significant risk.

There are very destructive forces rooted in torsional resonance, which underscores the critical need for properly designed and tuned dampers, bearings, and shaft material. These forces can originate from many different causes including a cracked shaft, coupling deterioration, gear failure caused by shaft windup, or fluctuating load or driving forces. Our torsional vibration analysis system can really help with detection of these problems.

The CV250 TorsionPRO™ removes the mystery from torsional vibration measurements. It accommodates two encoder inputs to ensure proper data analysis across a section of rotating machinery. The CV250 helps you detect the early signs of these destructive forces well in advance of a catastrophic and costly equipment failure. It is the direct descendant of the SD25-380 and the SA250 and is an ideal replacement for the TK17 Torsional Vibration Signal Conditioner.

Some of the main features of the CV250 are:

  • Dual-channel operation: two completely independent channels
  • Operates on a wide range of tachometer signals (20-400 pulses per revolution)
  • Angular velocity output in degrees/second peak
  • Torsional frequencies from 1 Hz to 2kHz (60 to 120,000 RPM)

If you are looking to maximize the efficiency of shaft driven machinery and help prevent costly repairs, then a vital tool in your inventory of test equipment must be the CV250 TorsionPRO™ (review data sheet).

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