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EASA Chapters & Regions

Connect with your local community through EASA's local area networks. EASA supports 10 Regions comprised of 32 Chapters. Some larger Chapters have optionally created smaller units called Districts. Largely volunteer-driven, Chapters regularly organize training and networking events to engage the local member community.

Chapter members elect Regional Directors to represent their interests on EASA's Board of Directors. All EASA Active members must belong to a Chapter.

Discover Chapter and Regional boundaries via the maps below! (Click to enlarge)

Upcoming Chapter Events

Upcoming Events

6 Oct 2022 EASA European & World Chapter Convention 10/6/2022 - 10/8/2022

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You don't want to miss our most important event of the year! The best business networking occasion for reaching potential customers, generating referrals and expanding your knowledge. 
Connect with top industry experts, network and learn about the latest trends, products, and strategies to meet new market opportunities!

Join us at EASA E&W Chapter annual Convention 2022,  Digitalisation, Sustainability: Where are we now?
 

What Peer to Peer Congress
When 6th to the 8th of October 2022
Where  Athens, Greece, Radisson Blu Park Hotel
Cost

Hotel room per night - € 145, single; € 165, double
Full conference package – € 450 tbc
Spouse/partner package € 280 tbc
Conditions valid until 31/7/2022

Register by 31st of July to benefit from 5% discount!

REGISTER TODAY


General Programme
 
Thursday 6 Oct 2022

  • 19:00 Welcome drink and opening dinner

Friday 7 Oct 2022

  • 8:30 - 18:00 Conferences and workshops (Spouse tour available  from 9:00 to 12:30)
  • Free Evening

Saturday 8 Oct 2022

  • 8:30-12:30 Conferences, workshops, AGM, and Karsten Moholt Award
  • 19:00 - 22:00 Cocktail & Closing dinner

Why Attend
The annual Peer-to-Peer Congress is your chance to show your services, products and expertise to executives, top managers & experts in our industry and keep abreast of the latest trends and technology.


Why Peer to Peer
Learning and networking with your peers represent an incomparable value:

  • You face similar challenges that you can share and get honest feedback and ideas. 
  • You take advantage of the viewpoints and prior experience of others
  • You can work together to develop an understanding of the market you both operate in

Call for speakers still open!
CLICK HERE and submit your presentation topic & short description (20 or 30 mn conference + 10mn Q&A & Workshop). We are looking for presentations that provide a great peer-to-peer learning experience (not commercial) informative and engaging for the participants through best practices, innovative ideas, and takeaways.


Would you like to be a sponsor? 
Contact:  fbeghain@easa9.org - rcancedda@easa9.org 
 

6 Oct 2022 E&W Chapter Convention 2022 10/6/2022 - 10/8/2022

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Why Attend:
The annual Peer-to-Peer Congress is your chance to show your services, products and expertise to executives, top managers & experts in our industry and keep abreast of the latest trends and technology.

Why Peer to Peer:
Learning and networking with your peers represent an incomparable value:

  • You face similar challenges that you can share and get honest feedback and ideas. 
  • You take advantage of the viewpoints and prior experience of others
  • You can work together to develop an understanding of the market you both operate in

Looking forward to meeting you in Athens

 

General Programme
Thursday 6 Oct 2022

  • 19:00 - 20:00, 2022 Service Center Trends and Practices Survey & Report results
  • 20:30 Welcome drink and opening dinner

Friday 7 Oct 2022

  • 9:00 - 18:00 Conferences and workshops 
  • 9:30 - 12:30 Historical Tour of Athens only for spouses/partners
  • Free Evening

Saturday 8 Oct 2022

  • 9:00 -13:15 Conferences, workshops, AGM, and Karsten Moholt Award
  • 19:15 - 22:00 Cocktail & Closing dinner
14 Oct 2022 New Zealand Chapter training event 10/14/2022 - 10/15/2022

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EASA New Zealand is hosting three electric motor training seminars presented by EASA international instructor Mike Howell. These seminars will cover three topics and will be held over two days. They are available for both members and non-members, your staff, customers and their staff. You can attend either of the seminars on the Friday or Saturday, or all. Light refreshments will be provided plus lunch on Saturday.

When
Friday, October 14, 2022 - Saturday, October 15, 2022

Where
Holiday Inn Auckland Airport
2 Ascot Rd
Mangere
Ph 0800 154 181
Please book your accomodations directly with the hotel
A shuttle service is available from the airport; free parking at hotel.

Registration deadline - 12th August 2022

DOWNLOAD COMPLETE DETAILS AND REGISTRATION FORM


About the instructor
Mike Howell, EASA Technical Support Specialist
Mike Howell joined the EASA staff in 2012 and has worked with rotating electrical machines for more than 20 years. His experience includes redesigns, insulation system development, accelerated life testing, failure analysis and diagnostic testing. Howell has presented seminars and short courses on stator winding design for Electric Power Research Institute and others.
Howell has a master’s degree in engineering from North Carolina State University. He is a member of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers and American Society for Quality (ASQ), and is certified by ASQ as a Six Sigma Black Belt, Quality Auditor and Quality Engineer. Howell participates in IEEE standards development and is a member of a Ultra Safe Nuclear Corporation Technical Advisory Group for various IEC standards.


SEMINAR ONE: Electrical Testing of Three-Phase Motors
Friday 14 October 2022 1.00 pm - 5.00 pm. Holiday Inn Auckland Airport.

Description: Focus on electrical testing of three-phase squirrel cage induction motors

  • Fault finding and diagnosis
  • Safe work practises in electrical testing
  • Routine optional and or conditional testing
  • Implementing tests
  • Recording results
  • Electrical condition benchmarks

Each attendee will receive a seminar handout and certificate.

Cost: $250 + gst per person


SEMINAR TWO: AC Motor Basics
Saturday 15 October 2019 8.00 am - 12.00 noon. Holiday Inn Auckland Airport.

Description: This seminar will focus on:

  • Motor terminology and definitions
  • Motor accessories and terminal boxes
  • Motor enclosures
  • Typical motor applications
  • Safety and handling considerations
  • Basic motor theory
  • Motor standards
  • Testing and inspection procedures

Each attendee will receive a seminar handout and certificate.

Cost: $250 + gst per person


SEMINAR THREE: AC Motor Redesign
Saturday 15 October 2019 1.00 pm - 5.00 pm. Holiday Inn Auckland Airport.

Description: The seminar begins with a brief review of AC motor theory and operation that includes flux pattern, types of losses, NEMA design designations and test procedures. It also covers design considerations for slip ring and synchronous motors, requirements for reduced starting voltage, and formulas for redesigning single phase and polyphase AC equipment. To ensure a thorough, working knowledge of the subject, you’ll practice solving design problems for each possible change that can be made in the rating of an AC motor.

Redesigning polyphase motors includes changing voltage, horsepower, frequency, phases (between two phase and three phase), circuits, span, connection (between Wye and Delta), poles, one speed to two speed (one winding and two winding). Converting concentric windings to lap windings, calculating a winding for a bare core. Redesigning single phase motors.

Each attendee will receive a seminar handout and certificate.

Cost: $250 + gst per person


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3 Nov 2022 Western Michigan Chapter Meeting 11/3/2022 6:00 PM

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COST: $20.00 per person

Please bring Cash or Check to EASA Western Michigan Chapter

AEGENDA:

1. Election of Chapter Officers

2. Presentation

Bearing Selection and Identification
John Masek, Bearing Service

RSVP Please RSVP by OCT 21 by emailing easawesternmichigan@gmail.com or by calling Justin Hatfield at 269-381-7200

20 Jan 2023 Ontario Chapter AGM & Tradeshow 1/20/2023 - 1/23/2023

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Ontario Chapter AGM & Tradeshow
January 20 - 22nd, 2023
Marriott City Centre Toronto
1 Blue Jays Way

25 Mar 2023 New Zealand Chapter Annual General Meeting and Conference 3/25/2023

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The EASA New Zealand chapter will hold their annual general meeting and conference on March 25, 2023 at the Hotel Nelson. See below for the full agenda and registration form,.

 

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30 Mar 2023 Southwestern Chapter Spring Meeting 3/30/2023 - 4/1/2023

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Save the date!
More details to come at a future date.

When
March 30 - April 1, 2023

Where
South Padre Island, Texas

20 Apr 2023 Region 4 Meeting 4/20/2023 - 4/22/2023

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EASA's Region 4 has scheduled a meeting for April 20-22, 2023.

Watch for more details.

EASA Regions

Region 1
Consists of the geographical territories of the Northeastern and  Mid-Atlantic Chapters This includes the U.S. states of Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Rhode Island, New York, Delaware, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Maryland, as well as portions of Ohio and Virginia. (Note: The Northeastern Chapter is being formed in 2022. It merges the former Connecticut, New England, New York Metropolitan, Niagara, Quaker City, and Tri-State Chapters which will become Districts of the new chapter.)
Region 2
Consists of the geographical territory of the Southeastern Chapter and includes the U.S. states of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida and the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.
Region 3
Consists of the geographical territories of the Central District, Great Lakes, Greater Cleveland, Indiana, Louisville, Ohio/West Virginia, and Western Michigan Chapters. This chapter includes the U.S. states of Indiana and Michigan; and includes portions of Illinois, Ohio, Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia. 
Region 4
Consists of the geographical territories of the Heart of America, King Coal, and Mid-South Chapters. This chapter includes the U.S. states of Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee along with portions of Kansas, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana and Kentucky.
Region 5
Consists of the geographical territories of the Midwestern, North Central, and Rocky Mountain Chapters and includes the U.S. states of North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa; Michigan's upper peninsula as well as a portion of Nebraska.
Region 6
Consists of the geographical territory of the Southwestern Chapter and includes the U.S. states of Texas, Oklahoma, Arizona and portions of Louisiana and New Mexico. It also includes Mexico, Central and South America.
Region 7
Consists of the geographical territories of the Mountain Empire, Northern California, Pacific Northwest, and Southern California Chapters. This includes the U.S. states of Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, California, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Hawaii as well as portions of Nebraska, Kansas and New Mexico.
Region 8
Consists of the geographical territories of the Ontario, Quebec & Maritimes, and Western Canada Chapters; and includes all of the provinces of Canada.
Region 9
Consists of the geographical territory of the European and World Chapter. This chapter include all of Europe, Africa, the Middle East, India, Russia, Japan, Korea and the northern portion of China.
Region 10
Consists of the geographical territories of the Australasian and New Zealand Chapters. These chapters include Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Philippines, Taiwan and other countries from 90° east longitude in an easterly direction to the International Date Line.