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E960 Turbine

The EasyLaser E960 system is used to measure the straightness of diaphragms and journal bearings on gas or steam turbines.

The laser transmitter is mounted on the axis at one end of the turbine, generally on a journal bearing and the detector bracket on each part of the diaphragm before being measured Measurement values are read at 3 points (9h, 12h and 3h) by rotating the measuring probe.

These values indicate the degree of straightness of the bearing axis and diaphragm on the vertical plane and horizontal plane in relation to the two zero value reference points. The straightness of the parting surface is measured using the D22 laser and E7 biaxial detector. The measurement values are read at the reference points used on the surface after which the three reference points determining the straightness are selected.

The system is designed for any kind or workplace and is easy to set up on any type of machinery.
The versatile design solves measurement problems of any kind, even the most complicated, quickly and with precision..

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  • Reliable and accurate straightness measurements
  • Versatile programmes
  • Creates PDF reports
  • Saves to internal memory
  • Saves to USB
  • Connects to a computer
  • Connects to a printer
  • Reads bar codes

The Easy-Laser® E960 is available in two versions:

  • The Easy-Laser® E960-A for turbines with a diameter of 150 – 1,700 mm (gas turbines and small steam turbines)
  • The Easy-Laser® E960-B for turbines with a diameter of up to 4,500 mm (large steam turbines)
Relative humidity 10-95%
E950-A: Weight 30,3 kg
E950-A: Case dimensions (W x H x D) 1220 x 460 x 170 mm
E950-B: Weight 31,5 kg
E950-B: Case dimensions (W x H x D) 1220 x 460 x 170 mm
Carrying cases Drop tested. Dust and water protection.
D75 laser transmitter with offset hub
Type of laser Diode laser
Laser wavelength 635-670 nm, visible red light
Laser safety class Class 2
Power <1 mW
Beam diameter 6 mm at aperture
Working area, range 40 metres
Type of battery 1 x R14 (C)
Operating time/battery Approximately 15 hours
Operating temperature 0 to 50°C
Laser adjustment D75: 2 directions ±2° (±35 mm.m) ; Hub ± 5 mm on two axes
Material Aluminium
D75 dimensions (W x H x D) 60 x 60 x 120 mm
D75 laser transmitter with offset hub 135 x 135 x 167 mm
Weight 2,385 g
Laser transmitter bracket (included in the E960-A and E960-B systems)
Measurement diameter Ø 250 to 1,200 mm Up to 4,000 mm with accessories
Magnet bases 3 pieces, holding power 800 N each
E4 detector
Type of detector PSD 1 axis 20 x 20 mm
Resolution 0.001 mm
Measurement error ±1% +1 digit
Inclinometers 0.1° resolution
Thermal sensors ±1°C accuracy
Environmental protection IP class 66 and 67
Temperature range -10 to 50 °C
Internal battery Li Po
Materials Anodised aluminium
Dimensions (W x H x D) 60 x 60 x 42 mm
Weight 186 g