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Updates now available for EASA Technical Manual

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

  • Section 2: AC Machines
  • Section 7: Electrical Testing
  • Section 9: Lubrication
  • Section 10: Mechanical
  • Section 12: Tech Notes

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Deadline Nearing To Submit EASA Award Nominations

EASA AwardDo you know someone that has played a big role in our industry?

The Exceptional Achievement Service Award recognizes individuals who have provided exceptional service to the electrical apparatus sales and service industry. The award is presented at the annual Association convention.

The deadline to submit nominations is January 1, 2023.

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Take a Sneak Peak at What EASA 2023 Has to Offer

Early details about EASA's 2023 Annual Convention & Solutions Expo are now live! Get an early look at what's on the schedule of events and learn about the fantastic venue - The Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center! Hotel reservations open soon.

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Registration Now Open for EASA 2023 Webinar Lineup

Twelve new webinars have been added to the education lineup and are now open for registration. These webinars are FREE for EASA members thanks to the generosity of great sponsors! Be sure to thank them for helping to deliver quality training directly to your service center.

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Tech Tip: Recycling Oil Used for Test Runs

One of the areas where we as repairers can save money while being environmentally responsible is to recycle the oil we use to test run sleeve bearing and vertical motors. This can be done effectively by piping a small pump to circulate oil from a used oil barrel through an automotive filter and back into the barrel. If you use more than one viscosity of oil, use a separate drum for each, and replace the filter annually.

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