The Electrical Apparatus Service Association (EASA) has published a new report updating its 2003 study on the effects of repair and rewinding motors.
The Rewind Study 2020 takes another look at the topic, now evaluating the effects on premium efficient (IE3) motors, which were introduced after the publication of the original study. The follow-up confirmed that, in keeping with the results of the earlier report, the efficiency of motors can be maintained during rewind and repair by using established good practices.
EASA has published a freely available executive summary on the report, which may benefit service center managers, customer service representatives, sales representatives, supervisors, and technicians.
Visit EASA’s website to learn more and to download the executive summary.