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SETRA GEAR a.s. provides its own qualified employees with all the service work required during assembly and subsequent smooth operation of transmission devices and drives. Service activities are mainly carried out during planned shutdowns, breakdowns of gearboxes or entire drives. This service activity is performed on all types of transmission equipment from various manufacturers.

Basic service operations:

  • Regular inspections (revisions) of transmission equipment, with subsequent evaluation of the condition (technical report) and recommendation

  • Irregular inspections - at the customer's request when a malfunction is suspected, with a subsequent evaluation of the condition (technical report) and a recommendation

  • Records of the customer's transmission equipment, including condition monitoring with recommendations for the order of repairs and revisions of individual equipment

  • Diagnostic measurements (vibration measurement - vibrodiagnostics, alignment of drives and clutches using a laser, alignment control of machines, noise measurement, thermodiagnostics) with subsequent evaluation of the condition (technical report, measurement protocol) and recommendation

  • Emergency repairs of equipment directly on site for the possibility of getting the equipment back into operation as quickly as possible.

  • Assembly and setting of new and repaired transmissions, including alignment of the drive and handover to the customer. It is a matter of course that the chief fitter participates in putting the drive into operation

  • Repairs – includes determining and ensuring the optimal procedure for planned and unplanned gearbox repairs

  • Reconstruction – includes the reconstruction of gearboxes to the required extent directly at the customer's premises, for example during downtime or in the company's own premises. The usual standard is the previous production and delivery of the necessary spare parts.

  • Preventive maintenance is an activity that is performed before a failure occurs to prevent impending failure. It is the maintenance of a machine or equipment carried out according to a predetermined time schedule of inspections. It aims to prevent malfunctions by early search and elimination of possible causes of their occurrence and drawing up a schedule of further steps as part of preventive repairs. It is designed to maintain and increase the effective use of production capacities, and follows three main principles of prevention: preservation of normal conditions, early detection of abnormalities, rapid response.

Establishing shaft alignment:

Every production process requires the transfer of energy to the production machine, or the transfer of torque from the driving machine to the driven machine. It is always true that the most efficient transmission occurs when the shafts are aligned, when they act as if they were a single unit.

The correct alignment of shafts in engineering is crucial for preventing premature bearing failures, shaft wear, seals and vibration. It also reduces the risk of bearing overheating and excessive electrical energy consumption. With correct alignment, the machine consumes less energy and the mechanical components are subjected to less stress, which leads to a significant reduction in the occurrence of failures.

The main goal of the establishment is to maximize operational reliability, thereby extending the life of machines and equipment. 

Examples of work:
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