Traver IDC: 1st EASA Accredited Service Center In New England

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The Electrical Apparatus Service Association (EASA) announced the approval of Traver IDC as an EASA Accredited Service Center, the first EASA Accredited motor repair facility in New England! The criteria are based on ANSI/EASA AR100: Recommended Practice for the Repair of Rotating Electrical Apparatus and The Good Practice Guide of The Effect of Repair/Rewinding on Motor Efficiency.

The Traver IDC Motor Repair Facility team stands firmly on the belief that best practices, quality services, and expertise in electromechanical repair and maintenance are the foundation of helping facilities like yours succeed. As stated by EASA, “it has been proven that electric motor efficiency can be maintained by following defined best practice repair and rewind procedures.” The development of this international accreditation program* for service centers ensures that we’re providing the best service and held to the highest of standards of operation. 

**When you use our EASA-accredited service center, you can be confident that:

  • We continuously demonstrate to industry, energy advocates and regulatory agencies that the Traver IDC team is dedicated to providing repairs that maintain efficiency and reliability.

  • We consistently follow proven best practice procedures that result in the highest quality repairs, enhanced productivity and reduction of the possibility of errors and repetitive repairs–all of which means better service, improved reliability and less downtime for you.

  • We will repair your motors using well maintained equipment and accurately calibrated instruments (see www.easa.com/accreditation for a list of required equipment and calibration specifications).

  • The quality of our work has been validated by independent third-party auditors, as well as by mandatory internal self audits.

  • Our positive image helps us attract and retain experienced, highly trained employees that consistently perform procedures according to industry best practices.

  • When you see our EASA Accreditation logo on your motor, you know it was repaired to the industry’s highest standards to maintain or even improve its efficiency and reliability.

View the official press release here.

 

*This accreditation  program  uses EASA-approved  independent,  third-party  auditors  to evaluate service centers and assure they are following prescribed  good  practice  electrical  and  mechanical repair procedures that maintain motor efficiency and reliability. 

**Content courtesy of The Electrical Apparatus Service Association (EASA)