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Important Considerations for Accommodating Pump Repair in Your Service Center

  • June 2020
  • Number of views: 57
Article

It happens to just about every EASA service center. A machine shows up for repair; it has leads, and there’s a motor, but the machine is a pump. Most often, it’s a close-coupled pump or a submersible pump. If your response is, “We don’t work on those here,” because you’re thinking, “We don’t know anything about repairing pumps,” you may be turning your back on some very profitable work.

Consideraciones Importantes Para Acondicionar la Reparación de Bombas en su Centro de Servicio

  • June 2020
  • Number of views: 35
Article

Esto sucede en casi todos los centros de servicio de EASA, aparece una máquina para reparación, con cables y un motor, pero es una bomba. A menudo es una bomba sumergible o de acoplamiento cerrado. Si su respuesta es: “Aquí no reparamos estos equipos” y está pensando: “Nosotros no sabemos nada sobre reparación de bombas” puede que le esté dando la espalda a un trabajo muy rentable.

How to Test and Assess Stator Core Condition Using a Loop Test

  • April 2020
  • Number of views: 1623
FREE for Members of EASA
Webinar recording

Is the motor drawing high no-load amps and winding data are correct? Are you experiencing unusual heating of the stator under load? Those common questions can be answered by checking the stator core condition.

AC Motor Electrical Procedures

  • April 2020
  • Number of views: 293
Webinar recording bundle

A special discounted collection of 11 webinar recordings focusing on AC motor electrical procedures.

Just $55 for EASA members!

Working with AC Windings

  • April 2020
  • Number of views: 280
Webinar recording bundle

A special discounted collection of 12 webinar recordings focusing on AC motor windings.

Just $60 for EASA members!

Electromechanical Repair

  • April 2020
  • Number of views: 234
Webinar recording bundle

A special discounted collection of 7 webinar recordings focusing on various aspects of electromechanical repair.

Just $35 for EASA members!

Pump Repairs and Procedures

  • April 2020
  • Number of views: 182
Webinar recording bundle

A special discounted collection of 8 webinar recordings focusing on various aspects of pump repair.

Just $40 for EASA members!

Shaft and Bearing Currents

  • March 2020
  • Number of views: 1286
FREE for Members of EASA
Webinar recording

This webinar explains what shaft currents are, what causes them, and differentiate between the two common causes. It also discusses and compares methods to mitigate shaft currents and explains why the different causes of shaft currents require different solutions.

How to deal with wet or flooded motors

Saltwater becomes a major problem

  • October 2019
  • Number of views: 983
Trade press article — Plant Engineering

Flooding in the aftermath of tropical storms, including hurricanes, monsoons and cyclones, and with their associated heavy rainfall can shut down hundreds of plants along the Gulf Coast, from Florida to Texas, as well as in other places around the world. And they are doing so more often. To get them up and running again, maintenance departments and motor repairers face the daunting task of cleaning muck and moisture from many thousands of electric motors and generators. The process involved in such situations can take weeks, if not months, and requires special clean-up procedures for motors contaminated by saltwater.

Dealing with wet/flooded motors

Recovering from disaster: Saltwater becomes a major problem

  • August 2019
  • Number of views: 615
Article

Flooding in the aftermath of tropical storms (hurricanes, monsoons and cyclones) with heavy rainfall will often shut down hundreds of plants along the Gulf Coast from Florida to Texas and other places around the world. To get them up and running again, maintenance departments and motor repairers face the daunting task of cleaning muck and moisture from many thousands of electric motors and generators. The process in such situations can take weeks, if not months, and requires special clean-up procedures for motors contaminated by saltwater.