B.A.T. Belt Alignment Tool®

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 Cross Firing Green Laser Belt Alignment Tool

The future of belt alignment technology is finally here!

The B.A.T. Laser Belt Alignment Tool System is the latest innovation on laser belt alignment systems, utilizing our patented GlowLine™ green laser technology, and is available in multiple configurations for every need. With our incredible TruView B.A.T. Targets, the offset and angularity of the entire sheave face can be easily seen, and precision adjustments made. And only the B.A.T. System offers our cross-firing B.A.T. Laser configuration, enabling users to check the offset and angularity between both sheaves at the same time!

The B.A.T. XF is the ideal system for the precision alignment of:

  • V-Belts
  • Timing Belts
  • Flat Belts
  • Chain Belts
  • And More

What comes with the Cross-Fire XF B.A.T Belt Alignment Tool® System

  • full-kitIncludes 2 magnetic arc-shaped B.A.T. Laser Transmitters, where each B.A.T. Transmitter is also the B.A.T. Target for it’s counterpart. The best option for faster, easier alignments.
  •  Each B.A.T. Laser Transmitter can be used as a single belt alignment system.
  • 3 GlowLine™ Magnetic Targets.
  • Shipped in rugged, custom foam carry case
  • 5 Year Warranty

The problem with single laser belt alignment system design.

Single laser belt alignment systems are based on a straight-line measurement that hits two or three targets on a centerline.  The targets are placed on the radius of the pulley and a line laser emits from the laser tool.  This fan shaped line beam strikes the center lines of the opposing targets, when the laser is on all three center lines, the system is said to be in alignment.

However there is an error in this single laser measurement that is not always detectable to the human eye.  The contributing factors are:

  • Size of the pulleys
  • The distance between the laser and the target
  • Width of the laser beam
  • Linear size of the target
  • Type of target: straight or round
  • Lighting
  • Environmental conditions

The errors of the single laser systems occur when the laser hits the targets at any distance and the laser beam widens, let’s say 1/8″ and the target line is 1/8th”, thus “spanning” the target line.  It is very difficult to visually decipher if the laser line is actually on the target lines or just “bleeding” into or out of the target.

Your system appears to be in alignment, but the sheaves can still be offset and angularly misaligned.  This error can only be detected if you reverse the laser and targets and repeat the alignment process, and when this correction move is made, you must then reverse the targets and laser to validate the measurement.  Generally another move is required.

This Process may need to be repeated several times, especially on large or temperamental systems.  This is very time consuming, costly, and confusing to the technician, also as experience has seen, most technicians do not reverse the laser and targets to validate the alignment, leaving the system in a compromised alignment state.

Download the Manual Here!

Events and Shows

Demonstration Workshops

Training Available

2018 Dates & Locations

Training Classes Available

Shaft & Belt Alignment, Vibration Analysis, and more!

Call 419-887-5890 to schedule

Events

RMP Symposium 2018

September 18-19

Kalamazoo, MI

IMVAC 2018

November 12-15

Orlando, FL

SMRP Annual Conf. 2018

October 22-25

Orlando, FL

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