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Event date: 11/11/2020 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CentralExport event
Presented by Chuck Yung
EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
When we rebuild electric motors and help customers solve application problems, there are two unique accessories that are worth reviewing. Because eddy-current couplings and fluid couplings are uncommon, the institutional knowledge about them is being lost. This webinar is intended to preserve the knowledge of how they work as well as their unique repair requirements.
The eddy-current coupling or clutch is old-school technology, but their robust design is appreciated by many industries.
Fluid couplings offer a reliable method for an electric motor to accelerate normally while the driven high-inertia load accelerates more slowly. These offer a good alternative to special Design C or D motors. As simple as they appear, the fluid coupling is very expensive and offers another revenue stream for those able to work on them.
This webinar will explain how each of these devices work, with repair tips and application information for each.
This program is recommended for supervisors, service center owners, salesmen, and those engaged in repair of rotating equipment.
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