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May 2015

  • Recordings of EASA webinars now available for sale
  • Chairman Moore's Message: EASA marketing is a joint effort with members
  • The effect of rotor skew, cusp and cogging on motor starting
  • Safety Tip - Workplace safety: First rule to remember
  • Tech Tip - Follow this simple procedure to degauss a shaft
  • Finding industry research and how to put it to good use
  • Convention preview
  • 2015 Convention exhibitors
  • June webinar: "Stator Rewinds: When Things Get Tight"
  • Take a close look at marketing/sales sessions at convention

April 2015

  • Mike Dupuis to become EASA's 2015-2016 Chairman; Board elects other officers, Executive Committee at mid-year meeting
  • Other actions of the board
  • 2015 Convention will include valuable management sessions
  • Combination tables for round magnet wire changes
  • Want to be successful? Consider joining an RCE group
  • List of 2015 Convention exhibitors
  • Induction motor application guidelines for AC variable frequency drives
  • Safety Tips: Good housekeeping important to safety
  • Management Pulse survey results: Employees, company image, project management and templates

March 2015

  • Members praise EASA's highest rated program
    Survey findings point to the value of program by owners, managers
  • Chairman Moore's Message: Membership says this is the least read page in Currents
  • Sean McNamara elected director of EASA's Region 10
  • Keeping it cool: A look at the causes of motor overheating
  • Safety Tips: More on special care needed with abrasive blasting
  • Tech Tip: Care on motors with aif baffles
  • April 8 webinar to focus on "Assessing Impeller Damage"
  • Next deadline regarding hazard communication and global harmonization in the U.S. is June 1

February 2015

  • Safety and environmental compliance is an investment rather than an expense
  • Guidelines for vertical pump removal and installation
  • Management Pulse Survey results: Employee training
  • Identifying and getting to root cause of shaft currents
  • Tech Tip: Finding correct replacement thermals
  • Safety Tip: Special care with abrasive blasting
  • March webinar to focus on "Proper Motor Cleaning"
  • Focus on fundamentals: April seminars to focus on "DC Operation & Repair Tips" and "Pump Repair"

January 2015

  • EASA 2015 webinars to cover variety of topics; 12-part vibration series scheduled during September, October 
  • Chairman Moore's Message: Beginning of year is when we set realistic goals; EASA tools and resources help us make positive changes 
  • Preventive and predictive maintenance of electric motors 
  • Convention Information
  • Don’t miss out on upcoming seminars taught by EASA experts 
  • Tech Tip: Care with commutator clamping bolts 
  • “Private” webinars offered to chapters, regions and member companies 
  • Webinar to focus on “Reclosure: How It Happens and What to Do About It” 
  • Safety Tips: Working with cranes, forklifts 
  • EASA Welcomes New Employees

December 2014

  • OSHA issues new accident and fatality reporting rules
  • Chairman Moore's Message: Congratulations to accredited service centers; excellent training is available
  • Considerations when working with compound wound DC fields
  • Tech Tip: Measuring bearing journals
  • EASA Award nominations being sought
  • 2015 Convention preview
  • Part 2 of 2: A closer look at precision of measuring and test equipment
  • Safety Tip: Care with ladders
  • Accreditation Program benefits customers, members and the industry

November 2014

  • Deadline to submit EASA's 2014 Member Needs Assessment Survey is November 14
  • Chairman Moore's Message: At recent regional meetings, member interest in EASA Accreditation Program continues to be high
  • Gary Byars re-elected director of EASA's Region 4
  • A closer look at accuracy of measuring and test equipment (Part 1 of 2)
  • Tech Tip: Testing of fan motors with the fan installed
  • EASA Convention preview
  • Testing methods for induction motor for use in VFD-powered applications
  • Management Pulse: Healthcare and other benefits
  • John Allen receives "1906 Award" 

October 2014

  • Spotlight on EASA Industry Awareness efforts: Members benefit from trade press articles, speaking engagements and industry representation
  • Illinois Electric Works is the first to attain EASA accreditation
  • Chairman Moore's Message: EASA Accreditation Program is off to a great start
  • Motor terminal box connection methods, procedures
  • Safety Tips: Hydraulic and mechanical jacks and pullers
  • Tech Tip: Factors to consider when installing blowers on DC machines
  • Education opportunites for remainder of 2014
  • EASA Award Nominations due January 1, 2015

September 2014

  • Upcoming Member Needs Assessment Survey will provide opportunity to give important feedback
  • Chairman Moore's Message: A reflection on the value of EASA benefits; looking ahead to internationalization plans
  • Tight vibration specification for electric motors: Effective or just expensive?
  • Survey results: Replacing management personnel
  • 2014 Convention snapshots
  • Tony Sieracki: Some of my favorite Tech Tips from the past few years
  • November webinars: "How to Use EASA's Customer Research" and "Final Testing for Pumps—An Overview"
  • Safety Tips: Watch those hands in the machine shop!
  • Tech Tip: Effect of wire area on interpoles
  • EASA seeks renewal of ANSI Standard status for Repair Recommended Practice

August 2014

  • Convention added to list of historic Boston events
  • Chairman Moore's Message: "The Electro•Mechanical Authority"
  • External mechanical tolerances for electric motors and generators
  • Tech Tip: Cautions with laminations
  • Safety Tip: Avoid injuries with lifting
  • Bob Sandman receives Exceptional Achievement Service Award
  • Actions of EASA's Board of Directors at meetings in Boston
  • 2014 EASA Exhibitors
  • Important considerations for on-site stator rewinds - Part 3 of 3

July 2014

  • 2014-2015 officers, Executive Committee installed during Annual Business Meeting in Boston
  • Chairman Moore's Message: "The Electro•Mechanical Authority" makes a great administrative year theme
  • Armature winding designs demystified with helpful tips
  • 2014-2015 International Officers and Regional Directors; Regional Boundaries
  • 2014 EASA Exhibitors
  • Important considerations for on-site stator rewinds (Part 2 or 3)
  • Management Pulse: Return to Work programs and procedures
  • 2014 Operating Performance Survey reports distributed to participants
  • Tech Tip: Insulation when room is limited
  • Safety Tip: Caution with mobile equipment

 

June 2014

  • Make education one of your prime objectives: Upcoming webinars, seminars provide valuable training opportunities
  • Chairman Gralow's Message: Plan and prepare to get the most from convention experience
  • Important considerations for on-site stator rewinds (Part 1 of 3)
  • The importance of stator core loss testing before and after burn-off process
  • Revised Energy Conservation Standards for Commercial and Industrial Electric Motors released by U.S. DOE
  • Judi Johnson elected new Region 5 director
  • Tech Tip: Considerations for insulated bearings
  • Safety Tips: Mobile Equipment

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