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2005/July
Author:Al Weber, Ivara Corp.
Many organizations feel that if they can move from reactive to preventive maintenance they are headed on the right path, and that this in turn means they are on the road to proactive maintenance. However, as has been demonstrated by many studies, in...
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2005/July
Author:Charles J. Latino, Reliability Center, Inc.
Charles J. Latino, Founder, Reliability Center. This article is based on remarks delivered by the author on May 24, 2005, at the Maintenance & Reliability Technology Summit (MARTS) conference in Rosemont, IL. At the concluding Summit Session,...
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2005/July
Author:MT Staff
Many manufacturing plants employ compressed air systems in one capacity or another, and, for the most part, these systems provide similar output. While all compressed air might be the same, the engineering of that air is not. The needs of a...
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2005/July
Author:MT Staff
As I got back into the driver’s seat having just spent more than $50 to fill up my SUV, I heard an interesting NPR www.npr.org news story on the coming hydrogen economy that made me want to learn more about the viability of hydrogen as a...
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2005/July
Author:Neil B. Bloom, Consultant
Run-to-failure components require proactive corrective maintenance strategy. The concept of run-to-failure (RTF) is widely misunderstood. Most people, engineers included, will provide the automatic response that if a component fails and nothing...
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2005/July
Author:Robert C. Baldwin, CMRP, Editor
Bob Baldwin, Editor During a recent visit by an ERP/EAM supplier to our office, the discussion turned to the types of information-rich reports that can be served up and the feature-rich screen interfaces to queries on the databases that are...
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2005/July
Author:Scott MacMillan and Lance Morris, Cohesive Information Solutions Inc.
Phase three: Instilling a mindset of continuous improvement for system optimization. The biggest payback opportunities in an EAM/CMMS implementation are often never realized. During product selection, goals were set for the application and specific...
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2005/July
Author:Susan Dahlberg, Managing Editor
Directory of EAM/CMMS software for maintenance and reliability organizations. Enterprise asset management (EAM) and computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS) are essential to most maintenance and reliability strategies irrespective of...
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