FAQ

What does ERA do and what is the core of their activities?

ERA stands for the Engine Remanufacturer’s Association and represents the mainstream of motor engineers who re-machine, rebuild, refurbish, recondition or remanufacture internal combustion engines.

Does ERA provide specifications, and where can this be obtained from?

ERA members have free access to engine remanufacturing technical specifications and these are available from the ERA Director’s office. ERA also negotiate with sister associations in other countries to obtain access for members to technical specification software.

How do I qualify to become an ERA member?

Automotive Engineers are the typical business which will belong to ERA, and these applicants have to adhere to the strict accreditation criteria set by the industry in order to reach the minimum standard.

If you believe that your business meets this standard and you would like to submit a membership application, please contact us.

What does ERA do as an Association to prevent use of counterfeit parts in the industry?

ERA works closely with the RMI and the Quality & Standards Department towards eradicating the use of counterfeit parts in the industry.