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How to schedule

To schedule private education for your group, contact:

Dale Shuter, CMP
Meetings & Expositions Manager

+1 314 993 2220, ext. 3335
dshuter@easa.com

1 hour of training

$300 for EASA Chapters/Regions
$400 for member companies
$800 for non-members

How a webinar works

All EASA private webinars are live events in which the audio and video are streamed to your computer over the Internet. Prior to the program, you will receive a web link to join the meeting. 

The presentation portion of the webinar will last about 45 minutes, followed by about 15 minutes of questions and answers.

Requirements

  • Internet connection
  • Computer with audio input (microphone) and audio output (speakers) appropriate for your size group
  • TV or projector/screen

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The Zoom webinar service EASA uses will ask to install a small plugin. Your computer must be configured to allow this in order to have full functionality. Please check with your IT department or company's security policy prior to scheduling a private webinar.

Private webinars

EASA's private webinars are an inexpensive way to bring an EASA engineer into your service center, place of business or group meeting without incurring travel expenses or lost production time.

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Assessing Impeller Damage

Assessing Impeller Damage

The impeller is generally the most difficult pump component to repair and the most expensive to replace. This session will look at case histories of failed pumps and the steps to determine the cause of failure

  • Erosion, corrosion, cavitation or wear: What happened to this impeller?
  • How to spot the tell-tale signs
  • What operational conditions led to impeller damage

Final Testing for Pumps - An Overview

Final Testing for Pumps - An Overview

The pump repairs are completed! Now the pump needs to be tested. This webinar will discuss the procedures for the basic tests that can be performed on pumps that have been repaired in the service center.

Final testing of pumps can include:

  • Operational Tests
  • Seal Leakage Test
  • Motor Chamber Leakage test (submersibles)
  • Casing Pressure Test

While some of these tests are not difficult to perform, knowing the methods and limits will help service centers to confidently deliver quality pump repairs.

Practical Problem Solving for the Entire Service Center

Practical Problem Solving for the Entire Service Center

This session examines features, benefits and drawbacks of both conventional and alternative methods of cleaning electric motors. Methods covered include:

  • immersion tanks
  • steam cleaning
  • parts-washing machines
  • pressure washers
  • abrasives 
  • ultrasonic devices

Environmental options for handling waste by-products are also addressed. If you are considering changing your cleaning methods, this webinar is for you.

Proper Motor Cleaning: Avoiding Damage to the Motor and the Environment

Proper Motor Cleaning: Avoiding Damage to the Motor and the Environment

This session examines features, benefits and drawbacks of both conventional and alternative methods of cleaning electric motors. Methods covered include:

  • immersion tanks
  • steam cleaning
  • parts-washing machines
  • pressure washers
  • abrasives 
  • ultrasonic devices

Environmental options for handling waste by-products are also addressed. If you are considering changing your cleaning methods, this webinar is for you.

Pump Cavitation

Pump Cavitation

Cavitation is one of the most damaging forces to centrifugal pumps. Understanding the causes, symptoms and solutions for cavitation is essential to service technicians and engineers. This webinar will "bring you up to speed" on cavitation in centrifugal pumps.

Pumps Seals—Advanced

Pumps Seals—Advanced

This webinar will focus on:

  • A review seal basics
  • Seal materials for primary and secondary seals
  • How to determine spring tension values
  • How to calculate PV values
  • Seal flush plans

Quick Pump Curves: How to Read Them

Quick Pump Curves: How to Read Them

This webinar will take the mystery out of pump curves and provide attendees with the necessary knowledge to determine pump operating points, efficiency and horsepower. The elusive parameters that determine if a pump is likely to cavitate will also be discussed.

Who should attend
This seminar is intended for application engineers, sales personnel, managers and interested pump technicians and supervisors.

Repair Tips for Submersible Pumps

Repair Tips for Submersible Pumps

This webinar focuses on submersible pumps:

  • Types of submersible pumps
  • Tips on seal arrangements
  • Common repair procedures
  • Cables and cable entries
  • Testing submersibles in the service center

Repairing Impeller Damage

Repairing Impeller Damage

We’ve covered how to assess impeller damage in a previous webinar. Now learn how to fix that damage. This webinar will cover: 

  • Replacing/repairing wear rings
  • Repairing cavitation damage
  • Impeller replacement options
  • Dynamic balancing impellers

Strength and Characteristics of Motor and Pump Shaft Materials

Strength and Characteristics of Motor and Pump Shaft Materials

Most service center technicians and managers know the general properties of a few common grades of steel used for motor and pump shafts. This webinar will expand that knowledge by defining the important parameters of a range of steel grades and how they affect performance. The affects of thermal treating and basic metallurgical terminology will also be presented.

Who should attend
This webinar is intended for service center supervisors, managers and machine shop technicians.

Submersible Pump Cable Entries and Seals

Submersible Pump Cable Entries and Seals

"Water finds a way." The quote may be anonymous but that is the reality for anyone working with submersible pumps. Sometimes neglected, the cable entry point can be a source of moisture entrainment that leads to damp windings and ground failures. This webinar will address this important link in sealing submersible pumps.

Techniques for Straightening Pump Shafts

Techniques for Straightening Pump Shafts

The slender dimensions of many pump shafts make them susceptible to distortion, which affects pump performance and reliability. This webinar will present a methodical approach and effective techniques for measuring and correcting shafts which are bent or twisted.

Who should attend
This webinar is intended for service center supervisors, managers and machine shop technicians.

Vertical Turbine Pump Repair Tips

Vertical Turbine Pump Repair Tips

Vertical turbine pumps are used extensively in every segment of industry. Although they are not complex, repairing them in the service center can present a few challenges. This webinar will present some approaches and procedures that experience has shown will make the job easier.

Vertical Turbine Pump Shaft Journal Bearing Material, Types and Clearances

Vertical Turbine Pump Shaft Journal Bearing Material, Types and Clearances

The rules of thumb often applied to journal bearings in horizontal machines don’t apply to vertical machines. Vertical turbine pumps are a common example. This webinar will explain the characteristics of bearing in these pumps and provide examples of manufacturers specifications. In addition, specialty bearing materials will be discussed in regard to applications, specifications and installation.

Who should attend
This webinar will be most useful for service center technicians and engineers. The content will be beneficial for supervisors and managers who are responsible for pump failure analysis and testing.

Vibration Problems With Motors Installed on Vertical Pumps

Vibration Problems With Motors Installed on Vertical Pumps

When motors are installed on top of vertical pumps, high vibration is a common problem. The problem may be mechanical, hydraulic or structural. This webinar will provide an understanding of the nature of this style pump and the various forces essential to diagnosing and correcting vibration problems on vertical pump motors.