51% of electric motor breakdowns are caused by the wearing and collapse of bearings. The main reason for that is the vibration occurred by the unbalance of the rotor.

Balancing is the process of improving the mass distribution of a body so that it rotates in its bearings without unbalanced centrifugal forces.

Dynamic Balancing of:

  • Fans (cooling, drying, heating, extracting), axial or drum shaped
  • Rotors, armatures
  • Pulleys
  • Couplings
  • Shafts and Gears
  • Turbines
  • Disc brakes
  • Disc drives
  • Propellers


  • Minimize vibration
  • Minimize nosie
  • Minimize structural stress
  • Increase machine life
  • Increase bearing life
  • Increase personnel safety
  • Increase productivity

Our Facilities

The AEM workshop is equipped with an HM50 Balancing machine, capable of supporting rotating equipment (rotors, fans, couplings, etc.) of up to 8,000kg.

We can perform single-plane (static) or two-plane (dynamic) balancing, conforming to ISO1940-1, at the required quality grade (G1, G2.5, G6.3, …) with a key convention following the ISO Standard 8821:1989.

A full report is given to the client including the values of the residual unbalance.