EASA Accreditation


Since 1953, Brandon and Clark has been a member of EASA, Electrical Apparatus Service Association. They are also an EASA Authorized Service Center, and have recently achieved the prestigious status of being an EASA Accredited Service Center by completing all the requirements set forth by EASA by demonstrating that they follow the prescribed good practices to consistently deliver quality electromechanical repairs that maintain or improve a motor’s efficiency and reliability.




It has been proven that electric motor efficiency can be maintained by following defined good practice repair and rewind procedures. As a result, the Electrical Apparatus Service Association, Inc. (EASA) developed an international accreditation program for service centers that is based on the sources of these good practices, namely ANSI/EASA AR100: Recommended Practice for the Repair of Rotating Electrical Apparatus and the “Good Practice Guide” from the 2003 study The Effect of Repair/Rewinding on Motor Efficiency by EASA and the Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades (AEMT).

This groundbreaking 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.


The EASA Accreditation Program covers three phase, squirrel-cage induction motors. Its scope includes both mechanical repairs and electrical rewinding.


The EASA Accreditation Program for motor repair:

  • Assures usage of prescribed good practices that help maintain motor efficiency and reliability
  • Covers 23 categories and more than 70 criteria (see the “Audit Checklist with Explanations” at www.easa.com/accreditation)
  • Requires external audits by EASA-approved independent, third-party auditors
  • Assures continuing compliance with proven good practices through mandatory internal self audits

Benefits of Using an EASA Accredited Service Center

When you use Brandon and Clark, an EASA-accredited service center, you can be confident that:

  • We are committed to excellence and value our professional reputation.
  • We are dedicated to providing repairs that maintain or improve motor efficiency and reliability.
  • We consistently follow proven best practice procedures that result in the highest quality repairs.
  • 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.
  • We continuously demonstrate to industry, energy advocates and regulatory agencies that we are dedicated to providing repairs that maintain efficiency and reliability.
  • Our positive image helps us attract and retain experienced, highly trained employees that consistently perform procedures according to industry best practices.
  • We follow best practices that enhance our productivity while reducing the possibility of errors and repetitive repairs–all of which means better service, improved reliability and less downtime for you.
  • 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.

Covered Repair Processes

Compliance with the EASA Accreditation Program is assessed using a checklist that includes more than 70 criteria. Covered repair processes include:

  • Instrument calibration
  • Mechanical measurements
  • Core testing and rewinding
  • Bearing replacement and lubrication
  • Bearing fit rebuilding
  • Electrical testing

Siemens Service Delivery Partner


Your electric motor is an asset! It’s the heartbeat of your system or process.
 Choosing a motor repair facility that is qualified for motor repair is one of the most important decisions you can make when caring for your equipment. Long lead times for repair or poor workmanship are just not acceptable when uptime and production are on the line.

Question is, how do you choose or qualify a repair facility? One way to qualify a facility is to listen to manufacturer’s recommendations.

Brandon and Clark has been identified by Siemens, as one of their seven Approved Service Delivery Partners.

As it relates to Siemens, we are their partner for repair of:

  • Siemens LV Standard and Nonstandard Motors
  • HV Asynchronous slip ring motors
  • HV Asynchronous squirrel cage motors >1000V
  • HV Synchronous machines
  • DC and NEMA motors
  • Siemens PD LD Generators

Koyo Factory Certified Repair Center


In order to become Koyo Factory Certified, Koyo has to deem you to be:

  • Longstanding experienced shops you can trust and grow with
  • Consistent, quality repairs
  • Added Value through increased capabilities
  • Commitment to continuous improvement and training
  • Reduction in downtime!!

Did you know?
According to the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) over half of all electric motor failures are bearing related. Koyo’s Certified Repair Center Program is geared towards improving a shop’s overall bearing knowledge and eliminating typical failure modes associated with bearings and electric motor repairs.

The program to become Koyo Certified encompasses a 4-step process starting with a comprehensive shop audit by a Koyo representative, leading to a custom designed training class, followed by a certification exam for shop personnel, and lastly, a 2-year check up to make sure certification requirements are still intact.

Custom Training:
Based on the results of the initial audit/inspection one of our bearing experts will develop a custom training revolving around the following topics:

  • Bearing Basics – Nomenclature & Interchange Information
  • Proper Storage & Handling Techniques
  • Mounting Procedures
  • Lubrication Principles
  • Bearing Failure Analysis and Troubleshooting

Benefits of the Program:

  • Strengthen customer loyalty/relationships
  • Increased quality and consistency of repairs
  • Recognition of facility’s capabilities/added value
  • Improved technician performance
  • Demonstrates a commitment to continuous improvement
  • Reduction in warranty returns

Requirements to Become a Koyo Certified Repair Center:

  • Completion of a shop audit resulting in zero major or minor deficiencies
  • Shop technicians scoring an 85 or better on a bearing proficiency test covering general bearing knowledge
  • Koyo bearing purchases going only through an authorized Koyo distributor
  • Recertification every 2 years


Licensed Electrical Contractors

Brandon and Clark, Inc. is staffed with Texas State Licensed Electricians (TELC 17773).

Our Master and Journeymen Electricians are skilled in electrical conduit and wiring installation.

Services we can provide are:

  • New Project Installation and Existing Project Retrofits:
    • Power/Service
    • Control
    • Networks
  • Engineering and Design Support
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