Whether you are selecting a motor for a new application or a replacement for one that has failed, a motor's nameplate provides important information. Learn more in an EASA-authored article appearing in Plant Engineering
With members in nearly 80 countries, EASA is the premier trade association serving companies that repair, service and sell electric motors, generators, pumps, drives, transformers and more. We invite you to be a part of this professional network!
EASA Accreditation program
The intent of this groundbreaking program is to evaluate service centers for evidence to assure that they are using prescribed good practices to maintain motor efficiency and reliability during electrical and mechanical repairs of electric motors.
EASA is an international trade association of more than 1,700 electromechanical service and sales firms (electric motors, pumps, drives, transformers, etc.) and about 44,000 employees in nearly 70 countries. EASA provides direct technical support to members; technical, sales and management education; networking opportunities; a variety of excellent reference and other resources; industry representation with standards and other important groups; and much more. — Join EASA
Download EASA's AR100-2015
EASA/ANSI Standard AR100-2015: Recommended Practice for the Repair of Rotating Electrical Apparatus