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Questions about membership?

Tyler Voss
EASA Membership & Communications Specialist
1331 Baur Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63132 USA
Phone: +1 314 993 2220
Fax: +1 314 993 1269

Why join EASA and the Southwestern Chapter?

Mexico, Central America and South America are served by the Southwestern Chapter (Region 6), EASA's largest chapter with 250+ member companies. In addition to the southwestern United States (Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arizona and western Louisiana), this chapter currently represents 11 countries in Central & South America.

In addition to Mexico, Central and South American countries represented include: Antigua, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Panama, Peru and Venezuela.


Engineering support for members

EASA's technical support staff includes 4 motor engineers and 1 pump, balancing and vibration specialist. More than 80% of our members use this service; some of them multiple times per year. This team is able to handle the following in both English and Español:

  • Motor winding connection verifications
  • Motor redesigns - concentric-to-lap, lap-to-concentric, pole changes, connection changes, and more
  • Research of motor winding data
  • Motor systems and application guidance
  • Motor and industry standards
  • And much more

For most companies, one inquiry to EASA’s technical support staff covers the cost of membership.

Yo hablo Español

Carlos Ramirez
EASA Technical Support Specialist

Carlos Ramirez, a degreed electrical engineer, joined the EASA staff in August 2018. Originally for Colombia, Carlos has worked in the electromecahnical repair industry for more than 25 years. He moved to Spain in 2007 and recently relocated to the United States (St. Louis, MO). Carlos brings experience from his years of working with companies including Tecno-Eléctrico and Transformadores del Caribe in Colombia, and Talleres Monge, Santos Maquinaria Elétrica and Consultores Electro-mecánicos Asociados in Spain. Carlos previously served EASA as the primary translator of technical articles and documents.