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How to build a VPI system for your service center

Published: November 2005
Author: Jim McKee (deceased), Alabama Electric Motor Service
Technical subject(s): Service center equipment, VPI, Winding insulation

Repair tips for winders: Ways to work more efficiently

Published: November 2005
Author: Chuck Yung, EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Repair procedures and tips

Demagnetizing motor shafts to prevent bearing failures

Published: October 2005
Author: Cyndi Nyberg Esau, Former EASA Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Bearings, Repair procedures and tips, Shafts

Hazard Communication Manual

Published: September 2005
Technical subject(s): N/A

Inexpensive pump test center provides value-added service

Published: September 2005
Author: Doug Moore, Kentucky Service Co., Inc.
Technical subject(s): Pump testing, Service center equipment

V-belt drives: Proper installation and tensioning

Published: September 2005
Author: Tom Bishop, P.E., EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Sheaves/pulleys/belting

La tolerancia de los cojinetes antifricción depende de muchos factores

Published: August 2005
Author: Chuck Yung, EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Sleeve bearings

Sleeve bearing clearance depends on many factors

Published: August 2005
Author: Chuck Yung, EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Sleeve bearings

Electrical steels: Processes, types and properties

Published: July 2005
Author: Cyndi Nyberg Esau, Former EASA Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Design/theory/application, Laminations

Load testing of motors: Common methods, procedures

Published: June 2005
Author: Tom Bishop, P.E., EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Motor testing

Axial hunting of 2-pole motors: Causes and cures

Published: May 2005
Author: Chuck Yung, EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): N/A

Motor protection and control tips, procedures

Published: May 2005
Author: Richard Hughes (deceased), Pump & Motor Works, Inc.
Technical subject(s): N/A

Fundamentals of DC Operation & Repair Tips

Published: April 2005
Technical subject(s): DC motors, Design/theory/application, Frame, Shafts, Testing, Training, Troubleshooting & failure analysis
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Get the most from your EASA Rewind Data CD-ROM

Published: April 2005
Author: Cyndi Nyberg Esau, Former EASA Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): N/A

Brushless servo motors: How are they different?

Published: March 2005
Author: Luther (Red) Norris, Quality Solutions Co., LLC
Technical subject(s): Design/theory/application, Servo motors

Temperature detectors: Choosing the correct device to fit the application

Published: March 2005
Author: Tom Bishop, P.E., EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Stators/windings, Temperature detectors

No-load current basics: Practical guidelines for assessment

Published: February 2005
Author: Chuck Yung, EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): N/A

Pitfalls of applying generally accepted coupling manufacturers' alignment tolerances

Published: February 2005
Author: Ken Gralow, Gray Electric Co.
Technical subject(s): Alignment, Couplings

Start new year off right by getting back to basics

Published: January 2005
Author: Cyndi Nyberg Esau, Former EASA Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): N/A

Synchronous motor testing tips, procedures and background

Published: January 2005
Author: Richard Hughes (deceased), Pump & Motor Works, Inc.
Technical subject(s): Motor testing

Fundamentals of rolling bearing enclosures, clearances and fits

Published: December 2004
Author: Tom Bishop, P.E., EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Ball bearings, Roller bearings

Fan balancing tips: Understanding basics will improve your skills

Published: November 2004
Author: Chuck Yung, EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Balancing, Fans

A closer look at motor torque and torque multipliers

Published: October 2004
Author: Cyndi Nyberg Esau, Former EASA Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Design/theory/application

Cleaning flooded motors

Published: October 2004
Technical subject(s): AC motors, DC motors, Repair procedures and tips

Use of variable frequency drives with wound rotor motors

Published: October 2004
Author: Jim McKee (deceased), Alabama Electric Motor Service
Technical subject(s): Drives/controls, Wound rotor motors

Insulation resistance testing: How low can megohms go?

Published: September 2004
Author: Tom Bishop, P.E., EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Motor testing

Potential problems when repairing induction wind generators

Published: August 2004
Author: Chuck Yung, EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Wind generators

Power factor correction: Why it is important

Published: July 2004
Author: Richard Huber, P. Eng., Richard Huber Engineering, Ltd.
Technical subject(s): N/A

Powering up: Determining where to tap stator windings

Published: July 2004
Author: Cyndi Nyberg Esau, Former EASA Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Winding connections

IECEx - Explosive Atmospheres

Published: May 2004
Author: International Electrotechnical Commission
Technical subject(s): N/A

Simple tests to assure proper DC motor performance

Published: May 2004
Author: Tom Bishop, P.E., EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): DC motors, Motor testing

An update on causes of, solutions for shaft currents

Published: April 2004
Author: Chuck Yung, EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Shafts, Stators/windings, Troubleshooting & failure analysis

Replacing vintage variable speed drives with VFDs

Published: April 2004
Author: Jim McKee (deceased), Alabama Electric Motor Service
Technical subject(s): Drives/controls

Una actualización sobre causas y soluciones para las corrientes en el eje

Published: April 2004
Author: Chuck Yung, EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Shafts, Stators/windings, Troubleshooting & failure analysis

Root Cause Failure Analysis

Published: March 2004
Technical subject(s): AC motors, Alignment, Alternators/generators, Balancing, Bearings, Case studies, DC motors, Frame, Lubrication, Miscellaneous, Rotors, Shafts, Stators/windings, Troubleshooting & failure analysis
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Understanding factors that cause shaft failures

Published: March 2004
Author: Cyndi Nyberg Esau, Former EASA Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Shafts, Troubleshooting & failure analysis

Applying variable frequency drives to cranes, hoists

Published: February 2004
Author: Gary Braun, Brehob Corp.
Technical subject(s): Cranes/hoists, Drives/controls

Avoiding high no-load amps on rewound motors

Published: February 2004
Author: Tom Bishop, P.E., EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): N/A

Coil pitch and the search for the perfect sine wave

Published: January 2004
Author: Chuck Yung, EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Design/theory/application, Stators/windings

Electric motor basics: Why are rotors skewed?

Published: December 2003
Author: Cyndi Nyberg Esau, Former EASA Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Design/theory/application, Rotors

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