Registration now open for excellent lineup of online education offerings for January through August 2015.
EASA congratulates Illinois Electric Works for being the first to attain EASA Accreditation! Shermco Industries, Inc. follows closely.
An EASA article published by Maintenance Technology looks at causes and solutions for motor failures involving two vulnerable motor components: bearings and windings.
Latest survey sheds light on healthcare and other benefits provided to employees.
Have you checked out the EASA Exclusive Customer Research conducted by CFE media and available only to EASA members?
Proudly show your customers that your service center is a part of EASA. Download EASA's new logo for use on your business cards, letterhead and web site.
EASA also has new uniform patches, vinyl decals and copper-plated lapel pins to promote your membership! Find them in EASA's online store.
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EASA/ANSI Standard AR100-2010: Recommended Practice for the Repair of Rotating Electrical Apparatus
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