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1997/April
Author:Nicholas Phillippi, HSB Reliability Technologies
The level of detail to consider in determining requirements and evaluating vendors is critical. It is not uncommon for evaluation and selection of a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) to take 6 months to a year. Too much detail can...
Tuesday, 01 April 1997 | 2095 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more
1997/September
Author:Raymond J. Oliverson, HSB Reliability Technologies
Engineers reviewed more than 15,000 work orders in the quest to identify the extent of preventable maintenance for major corporations in North America. The concept of preventable maintenance ("Focusing on Preventable Maintenance," MT 10/95, pg 23)...
Monday, 01 September 1997 | 2715 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more
1997/March
Author:Ron Hardee, Weyerhaeuser
Suggestions from a maintenance professional for point-of-use maintenance information delivered by visual aids and equipment manuals. Diagrams, charts, labels, signs, and other visual aids attached to plant equipment, printed in procedures and...
Saturday, 01 March 1997 | 2106 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more
1997/December
Author:Ronald J. Hemming and Daniel L. Davis, Maintenance Technologies International, LLC
Work request, work order management, and work planning and scheduling functions are key checkpoints for selecting and installing a computerized maintenance management system. The basic reason for purchasing a computerized maintenance management...
Monday, 01 December 1997 | 2623 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more
1997/April
Author:Thomas Wallace, Asset Management Solutions, Fisher-Rosemount Systems, Inc.
Adding microprocessors to field instruments has transformed them into data acquisition systems and transmission terminals. Now technicians can use well-designed software to see what is happening inside plant instrumentation. When asset...
Tuesday, 01 April 1997 | 4031 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more
1997/April
Author:Tom Bond, Thomas Bond Consultants, and John Mitchell, Mitchell Associates
In the modern industrial environment, equipment reliability and reliability improvement must offer solid financial justification. Profit-centered maintenance shows how to meet the challenge. Financial considerations, namely profitability, drive...
Tuesday, 01 April 1997 | 2867 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more

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