Machine Mounting Checklist for Equipment with Electric Vibrating Motors
Simply put, vibration in electrically powered equipment refers to the back and forth oscillation or movement of the components of a motor. Motor-driven devices rely on this oscillation to actuate their mechanical systems and perform certain functions. Take the case of a motor-driven water pump, for instance. The back-and-forth vibratory movements of the motor generates the suction and discharge force needed to move fluids from one point to another. One thing you must pay attention when dealing with motor-driven equipment is the manner in which it is secured to its foundation.