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New Online Training Options Are Now Available!

EASA Learning CenterThe new EASA Learning Center is now online and ready to provide industry-specific training. You are now able to provide your employees with access to much of EASA's training without leaving your service center! Access to EASA’s Online Learning Center is sold as 12-month subscriptions and targets employees of all skill levels.

UPDATE: As of April 3, 43 new management and leadership
courses have been added!

ERT Certificate Program
Also delivered through the EASA Learning Center is the new Electromechanical Repair Technician (ERT) Certificate Program. The ERT Cetificate Program provides new, existing, and potential employees in the electromechanical repair industry a structured learning path to become a well-rounded, service center technician. The earned certificate will provide the student with a tangible and verifiable way to demonstrate to others that they have the necessary mechanical repair foundation to play a productive role in the service center.

Read about the first technician to earn EASA's Electromechanical Repair Technician (ERT) Certificate.

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Join Us in Las Vegas! Registration Now Open for EASA 2024

EASA 2024 - Las Vegas, NV

Registration for the premier industry event is now open! Don't miss your chance to participate in expert-led education, networking and a chance to meet with representatives from a wide range of vendors and suppliers ... all in exciting Las Vegas, Nevada - June 23-26.

170
exhibitors
24
first-time exhibitors
31
education sessions
4
networking events


EARLY REGISTRATION DISCOUNT DEADLINE: APRIL 12

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Updates now available for EASA Technical Manual; Members Download for Free

EASA Technical ManualAn update to EASA's most comprehensive technical resource is now available for FREE to association members. Reviewed by EASA's Technical Services Committee and revised by staff, important updates have been made to: 

  • Section 2: AC Machines
  • Section 12: Tech Notes

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New Video Added to Video Training Library

 

Adjusting End Play on Vertical Pump Motors

This new video walks through the steps to adjust and set end play on a typical vertical hollow shaft pump motor. Proper end play adjustment is important to keep the lower bearing from supporting the weight of the rotor and to allow for thermal growth within the motor. The motor in this video has a thrust bearing in the top and a standard ball-type guide bearing in the bottom, which is typical of vertical pump motors. There are other bearing arrangements with somewhat different procedures for setting end play, but here we’ll be working with the most common arrangement and procedure. 

This video and four others can be found now and in the future as separate entries in the Resource Library, on the new Training Video Library page and on the technical support information page. These videos are also available to the public as a special playlist on EASA's YouTube channel.

Looking For A Challenging Career With Opportunities for Growth?

 

The electro-mechanical repair industry offers exciting and varied job opportunities for employees that want to be part of an industry that's essential to everyday life. Watch the video to learn about the opportunities available to you.

FIND SERVICE CENTERS NEAR YOU 

Looking for Employees?
If you're an EASA member, use this video and other resources to promote your business to potential employees.

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Sean McNamara, EASA Chairman of the Board

Tech Tip: Circulating Currents with DC Machines

If you have an issue with circulating currents in a DC machine, it is easier to confirm unbalanced current drawn by parallel circuits as shown. The solution is simpler than for AC machines; we simply add equalizing jumpers to connect all brush posts of the same polarity, as illustrated.

Circulating currents illustration

Series-parallel interpole circuits

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