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Pruftechnik PULLALIGN belt alignment and pulley alignment tool using single-laser technology


Quick Setup

PULLALIGN is quickly and securely mounted onto the pulley with a magnet

Angle determination

Angular, vertical and horizontal misalignment are determined at a glance

Long operating distance

Measurement distance of up to 10 meters

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Pulley alignment - quick, simple, and efficient!

  • Simultaneously shows horizontal, vertical and angular misalignment

  • Laser and targets are easily mounted onto the pulley with a magnet

  • Single-laser technology for maximum measurement efficiency

  • Practical transport and storage bag

  • Pulley and belt laser alignment with PULLALIGN by PRUFTECHNIK
  • PULLALIGN laser alignment device for belt and pulley alignment
  • PULLALIGN laser alignment device for belt and pulley alignment


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Product description

PULLALIGN is an 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.

Single-laser technology

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