© AEROSISU 2021

The dash vibrates right down to my toes as I

change the RPM.

Your propeller may need to be dynamically

balanced!

Before rushing into a propeller balance, you should consider these maintenance items; * Condition of Engine Vibration Mounts * Cylinder Compression * Magneto Timing * Propeller Blade condition * Propeller Tracking * Spinner Installation * Cowling Condiiton and Security So you have decided to dynamically balance your propeller! Great choice! Here is the quick run down of how this works. * We do not need to go flying. Maybe after balance we could go flying… * Your plane needs to be able to run as normal. * Attach a Vibration Sensor at the front of the engine * Attach an Optical Tachometer Sensor. This will also verify your tachometer readings during the process… * Time for engine running. Normally at a cruise power setting for about 20 seconds. * We have already taken the vibration reading as you were operating the engine! * Weight is added or removed from the propeller/spinner. * Continue engine runs until the vibration level is acceptable * Weight is permanently mounted. * Notes are made in the Propeller log for a dynamic balance and weight installation

See You SMOOTH.

My airplane has always felt like this…I thought it was normal airplane stuff. Is my propeller out of balance? Around 80% of all General Aviation aircraft are flying with “Out of Balance” propellers, the leading cause of fatigue, cracks and other vibration induced damage! We use the RPX Tech DynaVibe Classic Propeller Balancer system.
AEROSISU connected the Dynavibe balancing unit and we ran the engine. I had a 0.18 IPS vibration. Everything felt normal to me. After we balanced the propeller to 0.06 IPS the whole airplane felt better…I mean smooth…Very Nice! Piper Dakota Owner
PROP BALANCE
© AEROSISU 2021

The dash vibrates

right down to my

toes as I change

the RPM.

Your propeller may

need to be

dynamically

balanced!

Before rushing into a propeller balance, you should consider these maintenance items; * Condition of Engine Vibration Mounts * Cylinder Compression * Magneto Timing * Propeller Blade condition * Propeller Tracking * Spinner Installation * Cowling Condiiton and Security So you have decided to dynamically balance your propeller! Great choice! Here is the quick run down of how this works. * We do not need to go flying. Maybe after balance we could go flying… * Your plane needs to be able to run as normal. * Attach a Vibration Sensor at the front of the engine * Attach an Optical Tachometer Sensor. This will also verify your tachometer readings during the process… * Time for engine running. Normally at a cruise power setting for about 20 seconds. * We have already taken the vibration reading as you were operating the engine! * Weight is added or removed from the propeller/spinner. * Continue engine runs until the vibration level is acceptable * Weight is permanently mounted. * Notes are made in the Propeller log for a dynamic balance and weight installation

See You SMOOTH.

My airplane has always felt like this…I thought it was normal airplane stuff. Is my propeller out of balance? Around 80% of all General Aviation aircraft are flying with “Out of Balance” propellers, the leading cause of fatigue, cracks and other vibration induced damage! We use the RPX Tech DynaVibe Classic Propeller Balancer system.
AEROSISU connected the Dynavibe balancing unit and we ran the engine. I had a 0.18 IPS vibration. Everything felt normal to me. After we balanced the propeller to 0.06 IPS the whole airplane felt better…I mean smooth…Very Nice! Piper Dakota Owner
PROP BALANCE