Reliability planning: The earlier, the better

PdMA Corporation
Tags: reliability-centered maintenance, planning and scheduling

Proper planning prevents poor performance. Cutting out the roof to extract a critical motor with a helicopter is not the definition of proper planning. Significant thought into maintenance considerations and failure modes and effects analysis (FMEA) should be part of new project planning. A facility with proper maintenance and reliability planning stands a better chance of maximizing throughput and availability, making them more competitive in the marketplace.
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