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MDSU
Industrial Maintenance

The Basic Unit of Mechanical Drive Systems, "MDSU", consists of a main frame where a series of accessories and elements are arranged, distributed in modules of different level, thought to introduce the user in the field of mechanical systems and their components. The main frame can be divided so that different working groups can work at the same time. The elements are assembled to the main frame by quick release fittings that facilitate the assembly of elements in the configuration required by the user for the study. Apart from the main frame, a variable speed rotary motor is included. It will generate the initial motion along a shaft that will drive the rest of mechanical elements of the system, such as belts, gears, chains, etc.

The unit includes a brake to determine the torque generated by the motor directly or along the mechanical system designed by the student using basic components of any mechanical system. Finally, fundamental aspects of mechanical equipment maintenance will be studied, as well as the tools and products employed for that purpose.

The unit has all the necessary safety measures, mechanical and electrical protections, disconnect switches and emergency stop push button for a safe operation.


EXERCISES AND GUIDED PRACTICES

GUIDED PRACTICAL EXERCISES INCLUDED IN THE MANUAL

  • Introduction to the mechanical training system.
  • Study of safety procedure.
  • Handling key and set screw fasteners.
  • Speed and torque measurements.
  • Efficiency study.
  • Introduction to shafts and pillow block bearings.
  • Techniques shaft alignment and flexible couplings.
  • Techniques shaft alignment and rigid couplings.
  • Motor soft foot study and correction.
  • Introduction to belt drives.
  • Introduction to the sheave and belt installation.
  • Sheave alignment.
  • Belt tensioning operation.
  • Sheave and belt maintenance.
  • Introduction to chain drives study.
  • Introduction of the sprocket installation.
  • Sprocket alignment study.
  • Chain installation procedure.
  • Chain tensioning procedure.
  • Sprocket and chain maintenance.
  • Introduction to gear drives.
  • Spur gear installation study.
  • Gear alignment.
  • Backlash adjustment.
  • Gears using split taper bushings mounting.
  • Gear trains.
  • Bearings and chains lubrication study.
  • Viscosity measurement.

MORE PRACTICAL EXERCISES TO BE DONE WITH THE UNIT

Additional practical possibilities (to be done with the Optional Model and Accessory MDSU/1):

  • Use of wedge and notched wedge V-Belts.
  • Use of variable-speed Belt Drives.
  • Multiple-Belt drives assembly.
  • Multiple-Speed belt drives assembly.
  • Silent chain drives assembly.
  • Sprocket idlers study.
  • Multiple-chain drives assembly.
  • Synchronous belt drives study.
  • High torque synchronous belt drives assembly.
  • Pulley Idlers.
  • Alignment and Couplings of the system.

Additional practical possibilities (to be done with the Optional Model and Accessory MDSU/2):

  • Study and use of helical Gears.
  • Study of worms and worm Gears.
  • Study of miter Gears.
  • Study and comprehension of gearboxes.
  • Study and comprehension plain bearings.
  • Study of ball Bearings.
  • Study of the angular ball bearings.
  • Study, use and comprehension of roller bearings.
  • Difference of lubrication bearing and non-lubrication bearing.
  • Use of Gaskets and Seals.
  • Use of O-rings seals and gaskets.
  • Comprehension of the use for lip Seals.
  • Study of mechanical seals.

Additional practical possibilities (to be done with the Optional Model and Accessory MDSU/3):

  • Study of transmission power in a roller ramp clutches.
  • Security systems, the torque limiters.
  • Study of the theory of the electromagnetic Clutch-Brake.
  • Study and comprehension of a ball nuts and ball screws.
  • Study and useful of linear bearings.
  • Study of backlash and measurement.
  • Study and application of lead and speed ratio.

Additional practical possibilities (to be done with the Optional Model and Accessory MDSU/4):

  • Study of Vibration device.
  • Analysis of the Vibration Resonant Frequency and Vibration Dampening.
  • Acceleration and Velocity Measurement.
  • Learning about a Vibration Meter Operation.
  • Study of the principles and operation of laser alignment.
  • Study of vertical and horizontal alignment.
  • Soft foot analysis.

 

 

 

TENDER SPECIFICATIONS

Anodized aluminum frame and panels made of painted steel.

The unit includes wheels to facilitate its mobility.

Variable speed electric motor:

    1/3 HP.

    225/120 V.

Constant speed engine.

Prony brake.

Set couplings and shafts:

    Shafts.

    Jaw coupling.

    Sleeve coupling.

    Flange coupling.

    Chain coupling.

Set pillow block bearings.

Set of belt drives:

    V belt drive.

    Set of pulleys.

    Sheaves and belt gauges.

    Belt tensioning gauge.

Set of chain drives:

    Sprockets.

    Chains.

    Chain connecting link.

    Chain breaker.

    Chain puller.

Gear drives set:

    Spur gears.

    Bushings.

Measurement devices:

    Feeler gauge.

    Dial indicator assembly.

    Photo-reflective tachometer.

    Combination square.

    Level.

    Infrared thermometer.

Mounting and fixing parts:

    Screws.   

    Ball screws.

    Ball nuts.

    Flat washers.

    Corner brackets.

    Shims.

    Risers.

    Jointing material.

Tool box:

    Straightedge.

    Alignment tools.

    Adjustable wrench.

    Claw extractor.

    Arbor press.

    Inspection mirror.

    Hacksaw.

    Punch.

    Gloves.

    Vernier caliper.

    Others.

Control panel:

    Metallic box.

    Digital display for frequency.

    Motor speed controller.

    ON/OFF switch for the motor.

    Clutch or brake selector (included in MDSU/3).   

    ON/OFF controller for clutch or brake (included in MDSU/3).

    Emergency stop push button.

    Main switch.

All components to be industrial grade.

The unit includes a mounting guide and tools.

Cables and Accessories, for normal operation.

Manuals:

This unit is supplied with the following manuals: Required services, Assembly and Installation, Starting-up, Safety, Maintenance & Practices manuals.

 

Additional recommended elements: (Not included)

    MDSU/1. Belts, Chains, Alignment and Coupling Components for Power Drives.

The recommended element, “MDSU/1”, consists of several pulleys commonly used in the industry. It includes some single-groove wedge pulleys, double-groove wedge pulleys and some step-cone pulleys. Also includes a silent chain sprockets, a double-row roller chain sprockets, an idler sprocket and a set of chains corresponding to the sprockets.

The recommended element, “MDSU/1”, also includes various items used to assemble components on the universal base and various items required to alignment shafts.

In addition, the following accessories are included: grid coupling, step-cone pulleys, timing belt pulleys, roller chain, variable pitch pulley, pulley idler, wedge V-belts, V-belt, roller chain sprockets, sprocket idler, flexible sleeve coupling, gear coupling, flange coupling, chain coupling, wedge pulleys, universal joint, dial indicator assembly, flats bar, timing belts, rods, clamp, attachment, mounting bracket, risers, screws, etc.

Spare parts of the main components, required tools and panels for the storage and identification of the elements are included.

 

    MDSU/2. Gears, Bearings, Gaskets and Seals for Power Drives.

The recommended element, “MDSU/2”, permit to the student to know the gear drives, bearings, seals and gaskets. With this recommended element the student will know and work with the most commonly gear found in the industry, the principal types of bearings are used in a mechanisms and the gaskets and seals which some industrial devices have.

The recommended element, “MDSU/2”, are divided in different parts:

Gear drive: this component includes various accessories such as collars, sleeves, thrust bearings, and a mandrel to assemble the gears on the main unit. Apart from these the devices has: worms and worms gear, gearboxes, miter gears and helical gears.

Bearings: this component includes various accessories such as accessories used to install, remove, and lubricate bearings. Tapered, needle and thrust roller bearings are supplied as well. This devices includes sleeve, grooved sleeve, flanged sleeve and thrust plain bearings as well, as shielded and sealed angular contact, linear and thrust ball bearings. Apart from: ball bearings, angular ball bearing, plain bearing, roller bearing and bearing lubrication.

Seals and gaskets: this component includes various accessories such as: o-rings, gaskets and retaining rings.

The element also includes accessories intended for mounting components in the most common way.  

Spare parts of the main components, required tools and panels for the storage and identification of the elements are included.

 

    MDSU/3. Clutch and Break devices for Power Drive.

The recommended element, “MDSU/3”, permit to the student to know the clutches and brakes, ball screws, and linear bearings. With this recommended element the student will know and work with the most commonly clutches and brakes which are installed in different industrial devices and the most used screws and linear bearing in the mechanical industry.

The recommended element, “MDSU/3”, are divided in different parts:

Clutches and brakes: this component consists of and electromagnetic clutch-brake with a torque limiter which includes a sprocket, and inertia load.

Ball screws and linear bearings: this component includes various elements to assemble a linear slide, backlash measurement, linear bearings, ball nuts and ball screw, lead and speed ratio, and maintenance.

The element also includes accessories intended for mounting components in the most common way.  

Spare parts of the main components, required tools and panels for the storage and identification of the elements are included.

 

     MDSU/4. Laser Alignment and Vibration Metering devices.

The recommended element, “MDSU/4”, element includes a laser alignment device and a vibration metering device.

The laser alignment device has been designed to study topics like rough alignment, laser shaft alignment installation, soft foot correction, and laser shaft alignment operation and analysis. Laser alignment device avoid problems such as sagging indicators and reading resolution error. It includes measuring units, shaft V-brackets, guides, spacers, carrying case and the accessories required for the alignment practical exercises.

The vibration metering device has been designed to study vibration metering. Vibration analysis is one of the key techniques used in the field of predictive maintenance to determine when to service one or more of a machine’s components, either making a replacement or adjustment, before a failure actually occurs. It includes a portable vibration meter and a balancing disc that attaches to a motor shaft.

Spare parts of the main components, required tools and panels for the storage and identification of the elements are included.

 

Unit: -Dimensions: 1500 x 1000 x 2000 mm approx. (59.05 x 39.37 x 78.74 inches approx.)  -Weight: 200 Kg approx.(440 pounds approx.).

Electronic console: -Dimensions:  310 x 220 x 180 mm approx. (12.20 x 8.26 x 7.08 inches approx.)  -Weight: 6 Kg approx. (6.61 pounds approx.).

 

EXERCISES AND PRACTICAL POSSIBILITIES

  1.-Introduction to the mechanical training system.

  2.-Study of safety procedure.

  3.-Handling of tools and adjusting screws.

  4.-Speed and torque measurements.

  5.-Efficiency study.

  6.-Introduction to shafts and pillow block bearings.

  7.-Techniques shaft alignment and flexible couplings.  

  8.-Techniques shaft alignment and rigid couplings.                 

  9.-Motor soft foot study and correction.                                                            

10.-Introduction to belt drives.                               

11.-Introduction to the sheave and belt installation.                     

12.-Sheave alignment.                                           

13.-Belt tensioning operation.                                                     

14.-Sheave and belt maintenance.                              

15.-Introduction to chain drives study.

16.-Introduction of the sprocket installation.

17.-Sprocket alignment study.

18.-Chain installation procedure.

19.-Chain tensioning procedure.

20.-Sprocket and chain maintenance.                      

21.-Introduction to gear drives.

22.-Spur gear installation study.

23.-Gear alignment.

24.-Backlash adjustment.

25.-Gears using split taper bushings mounting.

26.-Gear trains.

27.-Bearings and chains lubrication study.

28.-Viscosity measurement.

Additional practical possibilities (to be done with the recommended element, “MDSU/1”):

29.-Use of wedge and notched wedge V-belts.

30.-Use of variable-speed belt drives.

31.-Multiple-belt drives assembly.

32.-Multiple-speed belt drives assembly.

33.-Sprocket idlers study.

34.-Multiple-chain drives assembly.

35.-Synchronous belt drives study.

36.-High torque synchronous belt drives assembly.

37.-Pulley idlers.

38.-Alignment and couplings of the system.

Additional practical possibilities (to be done with the recommended element, “MDSU/2”):

39.-Study and use of helical gears.

40.-Study of worms and worm gears.

41.-Study of miter gears.

42.-Study and comprehension of gearboxes.

43.-Study and comprehension plain bearings.

44.-Study of ball bearings.

45.-Study of the angular ball bearings.

46.-Study, use and comprehension of roller bearings.

47.-Difference of lubrication bearing and non-lubrication bearing.

48.-Use of gaskets and seals.

49.-Use of o-rings seals and gaskets.

50.-Comprehension of the use for lip seals.

51.-Study of mechanical seals.

Additional practical possibilities (to be done with the recommended element, “MDSU/3”):

52.-Study of transmission power in a roller ramp clutches.

53.-Security systems, the torque limiters.

54.-Study of the theory of the electromagnetic clutch-brake.

55.-Study and comprehension of a ball nuts and ball screws.

56.-Study and useful of linear bearings.

57.-Study of backlash and measurement.

58.-Study and application of lead and speed ratio.

Additional practical possibilities (to be done with the recommended element, “MDSU/4”):

59.-Study of vibration device.

60.-Analysis of the vibration resonant frequency and vibration dampening.

61.-Acceleration and velocity measurement.

62.-Learning about a vibration meter operation.

63.-Study of the principles and operation of laser alignment.

64.-Study of vertical and horizontal alignment.

65.-Soft foot analysis.

Optional

 

MDSU/ICAI. Interactive Computer Aided Instruction Software:

This complete software package consists of an Instructor Software (EDIBON Classroom Manager - ECM-SOF) totally integrated with the Student Software (EDIBON Student Labsoft - ESL-SOF). Both are interconnected so that the teacher knows at any moment what is the theoretical and practical knowledge of the students.

- ECM-SOF. EDIBON Classroom Manager (Instructor Software).

ECM-SOF is the application that allows the Instructor to register students, manage and assign tasks for workgroups, create own content to carry out Practical Exercises, choose one of the evaluation methods to check the Student knowledge and monitor the progression related to the planned tasks for individual students, workgroups, units, etc... so the teacher can know in real time the level of understanding of any student in the classroom.

Innovative features:

• User Data Base Management.

• Administration and assignment of Workgroup, Task and Training sessions.

• Creation and Integration of Practical Exercises and Multimedia Resources.

• Custom Design of Evaluation Methods.

• Creation and assignment of Formulas & Equations.

• Equation System Solver Engine.

• Updatable Contents.

• Report generation, User Progression Monitoring and Statistics.

 

- ESL-SOF. EDIBON Student Labsoft (Student Software).

ESL-SOF is the application addressed to the Students that helps them to understand theoretical concepts by means of practical exercises and to prove their knowledge and progression by performing tests and calculations in addition to Multimedia Resources. Default planned tasks and an Open workgroup are provided by EDIBON to allow the students start working from the first session. Reports and statistics are available to know their progression at any time, as well as explanations for every exercise to reinforce the theoretically acquired  technical knowledge.

Innovative features:

• Student Log-In & Self-Registration.

• Existing Tasks checking & Monitoring.

• Default contents & scheduled tasks available to be used from the first session.

• Practical Exercises accomplishment by following the Manual provided by EDIBON.

• Evaluation Methods to prove your knowledge and progression.

• Test self-correction.

• Calculations computing and plotting.

• Equation System Solver Engine.

• User Monitoring Learning & Printable Reports.

• Multimedia-Supported auxiliary resources.

 

 

 

Voltage availability
220-240V
Production lead time
days
Teacher materials available
Yes
Student materials available
Yes
E-Learning modules
Yes

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