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Improved connectivity with tablet-based shaft alignment

By Chemical Engineering |

Prüftechnik Dieter Busch

Prüftechnik Dieter Busch

After introducing tab@lign — the first-ever laser-shaft-alignment app — in 2013, this company now adds new features and the latest OS3 sensor technology into the package (photo). New features include advanced graphical PDF reporting, showing the alignment condition as found and as left. Photos of the machine or application may also be included, as well as additional asset-related data. The report may be sent immediately via email, which drastically reduces the alignment cycle time. Another improvement is the addition of tolerances whereby the alignment status is evaluated automatically and displayed in the results screen. The tab@lign package also now comes with the latest OS3 sensors for the best precision of its class, says the manufacturer. — Prüftechnik Dieter Busch AG, Ismaning, Germany

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