If you like the simplicity of the MHC-Classic but in addition to Standard mode you need Super-Slo mode, then the MHC-Classic Plus is simplicity itself. Built with the same high technology as found in the MHC-Memo Pro, the MHC-Classic Plus allows measurements on bearings rotating down to 0.25 rpm using Kittiwake Holroyds unique Super-Slo Mode, in addition to the standard measurement mode, suitable for use on bearings rotating from 35 rpm upwards. Super-Slo mode allows bearings on many slow applications to be easily analysed, e.g. slew bearings on cranes, tank stirers etc. This is very difficult to achieve using traditional Vibration Analysis techniques.
In addition, the MHC-Classic Plus has a 32 measurement point non-volatile memory which is ideal for comparing Standard or Super-Slo readings on similar machines or keeping track of developments on a machine of current concern.
Combined with the optional MHC-Airborne sensor and using the provided headphones, the unit also provides a powerful detection capability for air and vacuum leaks.
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