Practical, hands-on training seminars can be provided at your facility. We provide one or two-day training programs designed for the personnel that actually use the balancing system. The basic principles of balancing are taught for all the configurations that may need balancing.

Course content includes:

• Balancing Fundamentals

• Balancing Machines

• Balancing Instrumentation

• Shop Balancing

• Balancing Tolerances

Our dynamic balancing training program is always customer specific. They are tailored to your requirements and concentrate on the specific areas of most interest to your company. These seminars are very cost effective We limit a group of up to 4 persons per session to allow everyone to have a hands on session


ISO 17025, ISO 9000, & QS 9000 Compliant - NIST Traceable

Do you need your balancing machines certified?

We are an economical, independent source for the on-site certification of horizontal balancing machines, regardless of age, manufacturer, or instrumentation. Our service and reports are provided in full compliance with ISO 17025, and ensure your compliance with applicable ISO 9000 and QS9000 requirements. The certification of accuracy we perform is traceable to NIST with the Certification Sticker being valid for one (1) year.

When needed, we can perform the certification service on off-hours in order to reduce balancing machine downtime. We can also assist with the balancing procedures, establish balance tolerances, and train balancing machine operators.

Here are the basics you should be familiar with so we can provide you a quotation on our Balancing Certification Service:

• Is a Test Rotor for Certification Testing available? 

  The test rotor should have provisions for test weights in two planes at 

  equally spaced locations (30 or 45 degrees) and be of an acceptable 

  weight for the machine being certified.

• Is an operator familiar with the balancing machine available to stop and 

  start the machine, and to make sure all Safety Practices are observed?

• Is the balancing machine presently being used and in operating 


• Does more than one machine require certification.

• Manufacturer and Model Number(s) of the machines to be certified.

• Any additional information that needs to be known prior to certification.