Corghi EM7480 Electronic Wheel Balancer
Electronic balancing with monitor for cars, lightweight transport vehicles and motor vehicles.
Large surface with many compartments for weights and cones.
2) Measurement head with metal hook on the weight so it is better secured. The large distance between the
machine casing and the wheel support flange makes it possible to balance wheels with elevated offset without the use of spacers. Extreme comfort and visibility when applying the adhesive weights.
“BOXED” Rear Centering Spring
Electronic Locking ELS
Electronic locking ELS with soft approach and high locking path, with electronic tightening torque control. Maximum rim protection.
Space-saver wheel guard having balanced movement with air-spring damper.
ultrasonic devices for measuring radial and lateral Run Out (RLR version). A wheel that is perfectly balanced and
centred on a vehicle can still cause vibrations while driving if its shape is not perfectly round. Run-out is the disturbance that most influence driving comfort. The effects are very similar to a static unbalance with structural vibrations, causing suspension components and irregular tire wear. Geometric Run Out may be caused by defective, damaged or deformed rims and/or tires.
Equipped with a wide range of software
with clear and complete high resolution graphics: Balancing program selection, Standard Dynamic program, ALU 1 “P” Program, ALU 1 “P” Program with Hidden Weight selected (outside), “OPT” sequence 1 (OPT1) Program, & OPT” sequence 2 (OPT2) Program.
Weight Management Software
the first operator-usable integrated programme package, achieves optimised wheel balancing through three main functions:
Maximises savings for the tyre fitter by reducing the balancing counterweight needed to a minimum, selecting different
thresholds in proportion to the moment of inertia.
Keeps special wheels looking great by dividing the external side balancing adhesive weight into two equivalent weights
applied in hidden locations behind the spokes.
Minimises road noise by allowing the operator to alter the position of the tire on the rim in order to optimise quietness.