Armatures, Rotors, & Motor Assemblies

  • 6-Second (600 part per hour) Fully Automatic 5-Station Armature Balancer with 2 Plane Contour or V-Cut Mill Correction

  • Fully Automatic Permanent Magnet Rotor Balancer, featuring Automatic 2-Plane Axial Drill Correction, Pneumatic Pick and Place Transfer, and Palletized Part Conveyance

  • Fully Automatic Multi-Station Magnetized Electric Armature Balancer featuring Palletized Part Conveyance, Dual-Axial Drill Correction, and Heavy Spot Ink Marking

  • 6-Second (600 part per hour) Fully Automatic 5-Station Armature Balancer with 2 Plane Contour or V-Cut Mill Correction

  • Fully Automatic Multi-Station Magnetized Electric Armature Balancer featuring Palletized Part Conveyance, Dual-Axial Drill Correction, and Heavy Spot Ink Marking

  • 220 Part Per Hour Fully-Automatic 6-Station Armature Balancer Featuring Dual Axial Drill Correction, Walking-Beam Transfer, Overhead Belt Drive and Part Sorting

  • Two Station Dual Engine Cooling Fan Balancer Featuring  Advanced Blade Counting, Speed and Direction Verification System and  Electrical Motor & PWM Function Tests

  • Semi-Automatic Armature Balancer with Automatic Drill Correction and Automatic Servo-Controlled Commutator Lathe

  • Dual Station HVAC Fan Module Balancer

  • PC Cooling Fan Module Assembly  Balancer with Motor Testing

Technology in this machine:

BTI engineers and manufactures a complete line of manual, semi-automatic, and fully automatic precision measurement and testing equipment for all armature, rotor, and motor assemblies, as well as related assemblies and components. Traditional equipment types for armatures and rotors include balancing and high-pot testing with production rates varying from 60 to 600 parts per hour.

Traditional motor assembly equipment includes balancing, bearing health, vibration, temperature, product assembly with force and distance confirmation, current vs. speed, airflow, blade counting, blade direction, noise, axial and radial run out, current draw, and NVH. Typical balance correction methods for motor assemblies include V-cut milling, contour milling, nibbling, UV and heat cure resigns, two-part epoxies, and clip addition.

Additionally, BTI’s unique ability to combine the aforementioned technologies into one fully integrated system enables our clients to reduce capital expenditures, increase product quality, and minimize floor space requirements.

Let our staff of more than 50 engineers design a custom solution for your specific requirements. Furthermore, our commercial Measurement & Testing Services Group (M&T Services) can assist with everything from prototype testing and R&D work to master certification and running small-to-medium production runs.

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