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Electromechanical Repair

  • April 2020
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$35
for EASA members

 

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

Once purchased, all 7 recordings will be available on your "Downloadable products purchased" page in your online account.

Downloadable recordings in this bundle include:

Time-Saving Repair Tips
Presented August 2014

This webinar shares:

  • The secrets used by other service centers to gain a competitive edge in the repair process.
  • Mechanical, winding and machining tips reduce repair time, help avoid unnecessary rework, and decrease turn-around time.

Target audience: Supervisors, machinists, mechanics, winders, and sales personnel who interact with the end user.


Repair Best Practices to Maintain Motor Efficiency
Presented June 2012

There are certain repair processes, such as winding removal and replacement, that can impact the efficiency and reliability of electric motors. Prudent repair practices must not increase overall losses, and preferably should maintain or reduce them.

This presentation explains how those repair processes affect efficiency and reliability, and gives the best repair practices in order to maintain or improve efficiency.

Target audience: This presentation is most useful for service center inside and outside sales representatives, customer service personnel, engineers, supervisors and managers. The content will be beneficial for beginners through highly experienced persons.


Practical Problem Solving for the Entire Service Center
Presented August 2013

This presentation focuses on a report format developed by Toyota for a simple, yet methodical approach to document improvement. Whether you're dealing with problems related to sales, purchasing, repair or testing, if all team members can learn to speak the same, simple problem-solving language, they can tackle problems efficiently and effectively.

Target audience: This presentation is best suited for executives, managers, team leaders and front line supervisors from the office and service center who want to understand and implement such a program.


Induction Motor Speed Control Basics
Presented March 2019

Induction motors are most often applied to what are essentially constant speed drive applications. However, the use of induction motors in variable speed applications continues to grow, primarily due to technology advances in power electronics. This webinar will review speed control basics for induction machines.

  • Wound-rotor motor speed control
  • Squirrel-cage speed control by pole changing
  • Squirrel-cage motor speed control by variable voltage, fixed frequency
  • Squirrel-cage speed control by variable voltage, variable frequency

AC Motor Assembly and Testing
Presented August 2018

This webinar recording focuses on:

  • Motor assembly issues
  • Electrical and mechanical inspection
  • Static and run testing
  • AC motors with ball, roller and sleeve bearings

Target audience: This webinar recording is most useful for service center mechanics, supervisors and engineers. The content will also be beneficial for machinists, managers and owners.


On-Site Testing & Inspection of Electric Motors
Presented July 2015

This webinar covers electrical testing and inspection of installed electric motors, including:

  • Condition assessment for continued service
  • Diagnostic fault testing and interpretation
  • Physical inspection key points

 


Selecting Replacement DC and 3-Phase Squirrel Cage Motors
Presented September 2019

On many occasions, a different motor type is desired or needed. In these cases it is essential that the replacement motor provides the required performance, and do so reliably.

This presentation focuses primarily on the electrical aspects of selecting replacement motors. It also addresses speed and torque considerations.

  • DC motor to DC motor
  • DC motor to 3-phase squirrel cage motor
  • AC motor to 3-phase squirrel cage motor

Target audience: Anyone involved with selecting replacement motors or diagnosing issues with replacement motor installations.

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