Laser Pulley Alignment Now Goes "Green" with Pulley PRO® by Seiffert Industrial

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Laser pulley alignment has traditionally used a red laser beam, such as with Pulley Partner®, Seiffert Industrial's tool for aligning belt-driven equipment. Seiffert Industrial now announces Pulley PRO®, using the same patented reflected beam technology, but with a green laser beam which offers visibility in difficult lighting situations.

Pulley PRO®, Seiffert Industrial’s new laser pulley alignment tool, uses a green laser beam. Still available is PULLEY PARTNER®, Seiffert’s laser pulley alignment system with the standard red laser beam. These tools are lightweight, compact and durable. The units magnetically attach to the inside or outside face of any pulley or sprocket and have no small parts or targets that can get lost. The tools use proven reflected laser beam technology for maximum angular resolution, thus providing the most reliable and accurate readings.

The PULLEY PARTNER® can measure spans up to 6 ft. (1.9 m) or better with ANY size pulley, large or small. A laser line is projected from the PULLEY PARTNER® transmitter to the reflector mounted on the opposite pulley. A reference line on the reflector indicates offset and vertical angle misalignment immediately.

The laser line is then automatically reflected back to the transmitter’s reference line to show horizontal angle misalignment. This ensures all major aspects of pulley misalignment are resolved. Click here to see how it works. This tool is so easy to use, a single operator can perform the alignment task in minutes with no training and it comes in its own durable carrying case.

The Pulley PRO® can measure spans up to 15 ft. (4.57 m) or better and operates the same way as the Pulley Partner®. Just a few advantages of the Pulley PRO® green laser pulley alignment tool include: brighter, more visible laser line, enhanced optics, larger reflective surface, and excellent angular resolution.

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