Rotary Introduces Line of Professional Wheel Balancers - Tire Review Magazine

Rotary Introduces Line of Professional Wheel Balancers

Rotary has introduced a full line of professional wheel balancers covering motorcycles, passenger vehicles and light trucks.

Rotary has introduced a full line of professional wheel balancers covering motorcycles, passenger vehicles and light trucks.

The R180 Pro 3D Auto Wheel Balancer is equipped with automatic wheel dimension sonar and a laser rim profile scanner. This balancer automatically detects the wheel dimension, scans the rim profile and selects the appropriate balancing program with no data input from the technician. A laser then points exactly where weights need to be positioned. A large screen display uses icons for easy-to-follow guidance, including which weights to use. The balancer is for wheels up to 176 lbs. with 10-30 inch wheel diameter.

The R155 Pro 3D Wheel Balancer has an interactive input to guide the operator through the full balancing process. The balancer automatically stores distance and diameter information, then provides a rim run-out measurement. A laser line shows where to position weights, including hidden/split-spoke weights and uses a large screen display. The balancer is for wheels up to 154 lbs. with 10-30 inch wheel diameter

The R138 Shop 2D Wheel Balancer is an entry-level computerized balancer with a small footprint and low rotational speed. The balancer measures distance and diameter, including hidden weight, and has a large digital display. It is also equipped with a heavy-duty shaft and a large offset for deep rims. The balancer is for wheels up to 143 lbs. with 10- to 26-inch wheel diameter.

The R122 Hand Spin Wheel Balancer is a budget-minded wheel balancer with a low rotational speed that uses a hand crank or manual spinning to balance the wheel. The balancer is equipped with a pedal brake to stop rotation so weights can be put into position. It also features an interactive, multifunctional display screen. The balancer is for wheels up to 143 lbs. with 10- to 26-inch wheel diameter.

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