STILLWATER, Oklahoma – March 22, 2018 – RPX Technologies announces that the DynaVibe GX3 with the Turbine Sensor has been accepted by Williams International as vibration analyzer equipment which meets the test requirements for the Williams FJ44 and FJ33 engines. For less than $6,500, Williams Jet Service Centers can equip themselves to perform more profitable turbine vibration surveys.
At less than $6,500, the DynaVibe turbine system provides affordable, accurate, high-frequency vibration measurement for Williams Jet Service Centers. The system maintains accuracy up to 1.2 million Cycles Per Minute (CPM) and utilizes a high-quality, high-frequency flat-response sensor to deliver measurement data reliably. This system is accepted for Williams-mode acquisition and reporting, providing an ideal vibration survey solution for Williams Jet Service Centers.
Pricing & Availability
The DynaVibe Turbine Vibration Analysis Kit includes a DynaVibe GX3 meter, one turbine sensor, cables, and a manual in a protective case. The kit is available to purchase now for $6,495. Existing DynaVibe GX3 owners can add the turbine sensor to their current GX3 system for $2,500. To purchase the DynaVibe Turbine Vibration Analysis Kit, or a turbine sensor for existing GX3 units, contact RPX Technologies at +1.405.896.0026 or email@example.com.
About RPX Technologies
RPX Technologies is the maker of DynaVibe, affordable, dynamic prop balancing and vibration survey equipment for customers ranging from individual aircraft owners to jet service centers. The company continues to pioneer easy-to-use solutions that improve flight safety, ride quality, performance, and lower maintenance costs by extending DynaVibe system capabilities to vibration analysis for turbine engines and helicopter track and balance. DynaVibe systems are made in USA, with components sourced globally. To learn more, please visit: www.rpxtech.com.