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        Balancing instruments occupy an important place among equipment used for vibroacoustic measurements. Besides performing metrological functions, they also play a technological role by reducing the imbalance of rotating mechanisms. This enhances economic efficiency and improves product quality with relatively small capital investments, particularly in industries with a large amount of rotary equipment, such as mills and fan manufacturing plants.

        The cost of balancing equipment generally ranges from 2500 to 10000 euros, with a payback period of 6-7 months. However, for small and medium-sized enterprises, such as auto repair shops and electric motor service facilities, even these amounts can be burdensome.

        The market offers a wide range of balancing instruments at various prices, from 2500 to 25000 euros, depending on the manufacturer and functionality. For example, the Balanset-1A, a portable balancer and vibration analyzer, costs around 1461 euros. High prices for such equipment are due to several factors: low production volumes, expensive vibration sensors, and the costs of developing specialized software.

        However, there are ways to reduce costs, which we took advantage of in developing our new instrument, the “Balanset-1A”. By using mass-produced components, more affordable vibration sensors, and management algorithms developed over the past two decades, we substantially reduced expenses.

        As a result, the cost of our set (excluding the computer) does not exceed 2000 euros, making it much cheaper than similar equipment on the market. Thus, the “Balanset” offers an affordable balancing solution that even small businesses can afford.
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