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PRUFTECHNIK Maintenance Technology Service Inc.
4406, Rue Louis-B.-Mayer
QC H7P 0G1 Laval
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PULLALIGN LITE 2

Efficient belt pulley laser alignment system with green laser beam

PULLALIGN LITE 2

Quick Setup

PULLALIGN Lite 2 is securely mounted onto the pulley with a magnet

Height adjustable targets

The targets can be easily adjusted in height to display a perfect alignment result

Green laser beam

High visiblity on the targets even in very bright indoor and outdoor light conditions

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Easy belt and pulley laser alignment

  • Green laser beam ensures high visibility indoor and outdoor

  • Height adjustable targets to display the latest alignment condition

  • Laser and targets are mounted by magnet onto the pulley

  • Practical transport and storage bag

  • Displays offset and angular misalignment

  • More accurate and efficient than wires or straight-edge

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PULLALIGN Lite 2 is a very easy to handle laser alignment system to simply but efficiently align pulleys. Pulley alignment reduces wear of the pulleys, increases machine efficiency, extends the planned maintenance intervals, und finally leads to cost- and energy savings.

The green laser beam is highly visible on the three targets even under very bright indoor and outdoor light conditions.

Like all PRUFTECHNIK alignment systems, the PULLALIGN Lite 2 piece of equipment uses a single-laser technology. When the green line-laser hits the targets, the user can simply read the actual alignment condition. The optimum alignment condition is achieved when the laser beam hits the same reference line on each target.