Bodine Electric of Decatur has again proven it follows the highest standard when repairing electric motors, completing another third-party audit this spring and being reapproved as an EASA Accredited Service Center.
Bodine first received the EASA-accredited status in 2017 and has maintained the accreditation since.
“This reapproval affirms the company’s continuing commitment to excellence,” said Linda Raynes, EASA president and CEO. “It offers external validation that Bodine Electric of Decatur adheres to good practices by submitting to an independent, third-party audit, on a triennial basis.”
Bodine offers complete repair, rebuilding and rewinding of various types of electric motors from any manufacturer. It’s also an authorized distributor for many leading manufacturers of electric motors.
The criteria for becoming EASA accredited 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.
EASA, a trade organization recognized as the leader in the electro-mechanical sales, service and repair field, has more than 1,700 members in nearly 70 countries.