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One of the least popular tasks to perform related to winding treatment processes is preparation and cleanup of fits, threaded holes and machined surfaces. Many service centers invest additional time in the preparation stage so as to minimize the cleanup stage. The most common approach to protecting these surfaces during winding treatment is to utilize masking compounds or dry release sprays.
In the last year, EASA’s technical support staff has received a number of inquiries from members seeking replacement recommendations for Famous Lubricants' “Special Masking Compound” which is currently unavailable. It is believed at this time that the manufacturer intends on continuing production at some point in the future though the time frame is not known. This specific problem leads to a more general question: What is a good practice for choosing a product to mask these surfaces?
Una de las actividades a realizar menos populares relacionadas con el tratamiento de los bobinados, es la preparación y la limpieza de los ajustes, agujeros roscados y superficies mecanizadas. Muchos centros de servicio invierten tiempo adicional durante la etapa de preparación para minimizar la etapa de limpieza. El enfoque más común para proteger estas superficies durante el tratamiento del bobinado consiste en utilizar compuestos para enmascarar o aerosoles de liberación de película seca. Durante el último año, el departamento de soporte técnico de EASA ha recibido una serie de consultas por parte de los miembros buscando recomendaciones para reemplazar el producto “Special Masking Compound” de Famous Lubricants’ (ver Figura 1) que actualmente no se encuentra disponible. Se cree en estos momentos que el fabricante tiene la intención de continuar con la producción en el futuro, aunque el plazo se desconoce. Este problema específico conlleva a una pregunta más general: ¿Cuál es una buena práctica para escoger un producto para enmascarar estas superficies?
This EASA software is a valuable interactive training tool ideal for training your novice(s) ... and even experienced winders will learn from it. The CD teaches how to wind in a richly detailed, step-by-step approach which includes narrative, animations and video clips, with tests to assess student comprehension.
This paper, presented at the 2014 EASA Convention, describes research done by EASA service shops on the effectiveness and practicality of using offline partial discharge combined with a dielectrics characteristic test to evaluate the consolidation of stator windings in medium voltage machines manufactured by GVPI.
By this time we should all know that stator core loss testing is a required part of a quality rewind. A core loss test before and after burn-off is specified in the EASA Recommended Practice for the Repair of Rotating Electrical Apparatus (ANSI/EASA AR100) and The Effect of Repair/Rewinding on Motor Efficiency; EASA/AEMT Rewind Study and Good Practice Guide to Maintain Motor Efficiency.
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This recording will provide information to assist the service center with ensuring success with form wound VPI projects.
Have you ever had a curing issue with your DAP monomer (diallyl-phthalate ) solventless resin (hereafter referred to as resin for simplicity)? If you haven't, read on for guidance on preventing issues in the future. If you have, this article provides guidance on correcting the issues as well. As expensive as resin is, all service centers should be diligent about the care of their resin dip tank and VPI (vacuum pressure impregnation) systems. Topics covered include:
There seems to be a long and never ending list of equipment and facilities needed by most EASA service centers. But often we are constrained by cost, available space, and more urgent priorities that keep us from fulfilling some of these needs. One such (almost mandatory) need is a vacuum pressure impregnation (VPI) system. Normally there are two ways to provide this service. One way is to have another EASA service center do the VPI process for you. Another is to buy your own system at a considerable capital investment. There is also another option. We decided that the way to provide VPI processing was to build our own system. Most EASA service centers have a talented collection of people with numerous skills. Ours is no exception. We felt that we had the skills in house to do the job. All we needed was some hardware and to do a bit of research into how the process works
This 40-page booklet provides great advice for obtaining the longest, most efficient and cost-effective operation from general and definite purpose electric motors.
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The Effect of Repair/Rewinding on Premium Efficiency/IE3 Motors
Tests prove Premium Efficiency/IE3 Motors can be rewound without degrading efficiency.
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Recommended Practice for the Repair of Rotating Electrical Apparatus
This is a must-have guide to the repair of rotating electrical machines. Its purpose is to establish recommended practices in each step of the rotating electrical apparatus rewinding and rebuilding processes.
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