EASA's private webinars
Repair/Replace: When the Decision is Replace
The subject of the repair option in the repair/replace decision process has been dealt with frequently. However, the topic of what to do when the decision is to replace is rarely if ever addressed. This session is intended to help fill that void.
The main topics to be covered include:
This webinar will be most useful for service center inside and outside sales representatives, customer service personnel, and managers. The content will be beneficial for beginners through highly experienced persons.
Topic(s): AC, DC
Repairing Impeller Damage
We’ve covered how to assess impeller damage in a previous webinar. Now learn how to fix that damage. This webinar will cover:
Topic(s): Pumps, Repair tips/procedures
Rewinding Tips for Premium-Efficient Motors
Premium efficient motors and inverter-fed motors have a couple of things in common: more iron for lower flux densities and more copper for lower copper densities. This webinar will outline tips for successfully rewinding premium efficient motors without compromising their efficiency, and for rewinding inverter-fed motors so they will last. This session is most helpful for those with a hands-on background in motor winding.
Topic(s): AC, Repair tips/procedures
Root Cause Failure Analysis Methodology
Root Cause Methodoloy is a step-by-step method for examining a failed motor and its system. It focuses on the stresses that acted upon the failed component. By better understanding these stresses, the service center is more likely to uncover the root cause of failure.
This webinar will examine the five key steps of root cause methodology:
The webinar will also discuss the "5 Whys?", summarize motor stresses, and stress the importance of total system analysis (not just motor).Who should attend
The webinar will be most useful for service center and field technicians, service center managers, engineers, and users maintenance personnel desiring to understand the techniques for determining root cause of failures and implement remedies to improve reliability.
Topic(s): AC, DC, Root cause failure analysis
Squirrel Cage Rotor Testing
Determining whether or not a squirrel cage rotor is defective is an issue that is a challenge to every service center as there is often no simple way to determine the integrity of a rotor. The primary focus of this session will be to describe many of the available tests that can be utilized in the service center or at the motor installation site. In addition to conventional squirrel cage rotor testing methods such as the growler test, techniques that will also be covered are the use of a core loss tester, high current excitation, and spectrum analysis of vibration.Who should attend
This webinar will be most useful for service center and field technicians with at least 2 years experience, service center supervisors and managers, engineers, or anyone with previous experience dealing with suspected open rotor issues.
Topic(s): AC, Testing