Maddie Neu is an action-oriented Georgia Tech Mechanical Engineer with experience in marketing, project management, procurement, and research & development.

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Control Valve Repairing, Why?

Control Valve Repairing, Why?

Welcome to our latest blog post. This time, we focus on common control valve repairing reasons businesses have and why successful ones have chosen to invest in proactive maintenance programs for control valves. As we dive deeper into the topic, we explore professional...

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Three Steps to Maximize Your Next Outage with a Data-Driven Valve Maintenance Strategy

Three Steps to Maximize Your Next Outage with a Data-Driven Valve Maintenance Strategy

Planning for your upcoming planned outage can be aided by this report. If an unanticipated outage occurs, you can review the most recent report to find out which valves might need to be fixed. When planning for the next outage, you will have a priority ranking of valves based on which are the most critical to be serviced. As a result, you can properly prepare for the extent of service and the parts required for the outage. If you are able to complete the planned valve service scope early, you will already know which valves to examine that are second most important to be serviced. Most importantly, you can prevent opening and removing valves that are not in need of maintenance during a planned maintenance event.

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The Top 4 Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to Improve Your Next Outage

The Top 4 Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to Improve Your Next Outage

Capturing the performance of the overall outage, measuring the effectiveness of the strategy, benchmarking for maintenance and reliability comparisons, and updating the customers’ documentation are crucial to the success of future events and plant operations between them. If overruns occurred, the source of those overruns should have already been approved prior to execution but should be part of the review process as well. This will be fed into the lessons learned documentation.

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