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EASA Releases Updated Transformer Guide

EASA AR200-2021: Guide of the Repair of Dry-Type TransformersEASA announces the publication of an update to AR200, now titled the Guide For The Repair Of Dry-Type Transformers. This guide outlines best practices for the repair of dry-type transformers.

In preparing this update, the Technical Services Committee chose to narrow the scope to the types of transformer repair activities usually found in EASA service centers (i.e., non-liquid-filled distribution dry-type transformers with high voltage windings up to 69 kV and rated less than 15,000 kVA).

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Fort Worth Convention Recordings Now Available To Stream

2021 Convention LogoIf you purchased a 2021 Convention registration that included access to the education events - or if you were an exhibitor - you now have access to watch recordings of the events. Session handouts and technical papers are also available for download.

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Linda Gladden Joins EASA Staff as Marketing & Communications Manager

Linda Gladden has joined the EASA staff as Marketing & Communications Manager. She replaces Liz Peuster, CAE, who left EASA for another career opportunity. Ms. Gladden is a communications leader with 19 years of experience building communications teams in the association and public pension arenas.

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Tech Tip: Rotor Handling Cautions

During the repair process, squirrel cage rotors should ALWAYS be baked after steam cleaning to remove all moisture. Failure to do so can result in stator winding failures caused by water slung centrifugally from the rotor. Never lay a rotor or armature directly on the floor. Chips from the machine shop, gravel or other debris can become embedded in the surface, later to fly out and strike the windings.

Marketing Tip: Cooperative Advertising with Your Vendors

Many motor manufacturers and other companies have cooperative marketing programs, which typically include paying for the cost for an advertisement placed by a distributor up to a specified amount. Are you taking advantage of this benefit?

You can use co-op funds from your top vendors for online and social media ads, direct mail campaigns, vehicle wraps, in-store displays, outdoor advertising and more!  Nearly half of co-op funds are estimated to go unused every year, so talk to your vendors today to learn about the programs they offer.

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