Industrial equipment manufacturers Reko are set to make an industrial balancing machine that can be used to balance heavy machinery.
The company has developed the new device, called the Reko Industrial Equipment Balance Machine, which weighs 1.8kg and can be operated from an external power source such as an AC generator.
“We want to bring balance and balance capability to industrial equipment users,” said Jürgen Reko, CEO of Reko.
“We’ve developed the Rezo balance device for commercial customers who require this type of industrial balancing.”
Reko also plans to offer the RejoaBalance, which is similar to the ReKoBalance, as an option for users who wish to use the RekosBalancing system in their home or office.
The RekoBalance will be sold in the US, Canada and Australia, with a launch expected for 2021.
The firm said that the ReLoBalance, its first industrial balancing device, will be available to consumers in 2020.
The industrial equipment balancing device uses a mechanical balance wheel and an external electric power source to balance an industrial equipment.
The device can be attached to a range of heavy machinery, from mining equipment to mining equipment machinery.
“The ReLo Balance has been in development for years, but we have been developing it for commercial users as well as users who are using it in their homes or offices,” Reko said.
Reko said it plans to launch the RevoBalance in the coming months.
ReKo Balance Devices have already been developed in Australia, but Reko plans to bring them to the US as well.
The US-based company said that it had successfully developed the device in the last 12 months and that it has achieved a balance of less than 3kg.
The rekoBalance is being developed at the company’s Adelaide office, which will be based in Adelaide’s CBD.
It will be able to weigh up to 1.4kg and has a range from 1,000 metres to 20,000 meters, with the range depending on the size of the equipment being balanced.
The system uses the same technology as the RekaBalance, but the ReloBalance is a bit larger, weighing 1.85kg.