About Benstone Instruments
Established in 1998, Benstone Instruments is specialized in dynamic signal measurement and processing. We use our core technology to build state-of-the-art instruments and provide comprehensive solutions to fix our customers' sound and vibration problems, increase product quality and improve the reliabiltiy of their machines. Benstone instruments has grown to become a leading supplier in two product segments:
Test & Measurement: We provide world-leading portable dynamic signal analyzers for advanced sound and vibration measurements in the field; and a 4-128 channel PC based dynamic signal analyzer for higher channel count applications. This product line provides convenient yet powerful solutions for conducting NVH testing, Modal Testing, ODS testing, vibration diagnosis, off-shore vibration measurements, floor vibration monitoring and more.
Condition Monitoring: To prevent from unscheduled shut-down and increase the reliability of your critical machines, we provide online and route-based monitoring systems with innovation designs, help to understand the health condition of your machines and provide comprehensive tools for root cause diagnosis of machine failure.
Technical tip: Locate the heavy spot before the trial weight is added
In this video we present to you one of the unique features of our portable analyzers' balancing modules: how to locate the heavy spot before the trial weight is added. You'll find this technical tip very useful when you are doing field balancing on a rotor which as severe initial unbalance.
EVTECH: New distributor in Chile and Peru
Benstone Instruments announces new distributor partnership with EVTECH. EVTECH is one of the leading companies expertized in machinery condition monitoring in South America. Through this collaboration Benstone Instruments will provide quality support to our customers in Chile and Peru.
New version web server for iSee online vibration monitoring system released
Benstone Instruments released a new version web server, with which our iSee online users can examine the archive data, alarm status and event log via a mobile phone or tablet, or download a portion of the database to open with iSee online software. Please contact Benstone Instruments to get the user name and password for the demonstration website.