Posts Tagged ‘prescriptive maintenance’

Predictive and Prescriptive Maintenance in Life Sciences

Posted in Life Sciences & Medical, Operational Excellence, Reliability on Friday, January 17th, 2020. No comments yet
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When you think of machinery for industrial use, often images of refineries, oil & gas production sites and other visual images come to mind. But what about the machinery and other equipment in industries with shiny stainless steel everywhere, such as pharmaceutical, biotech and food & beverage manufacturing? The pumps, fans, and other pieces of […]

Early Project Planning of Asset Data Standards

Posted in Asset Management, Operational Excellence, Reliability on Tuesday, May 15th, 2018. No comments yet
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Capital project team members are under constant pressure to meet project deadlines and get the manufacturing or production process up and running. But how do they ensure that the capital assets installed will run reliably over time? In an Efficient Plant article, Data Standards Lead to Project Success, Emerson’s Scott Janzen describes the critical need […]

Three Steps to Prescriptive Maintenance

Posted in Asset Management, Industrial IoT on Friday, December 8th, 2017. 3 comments so far
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Process manufacturers and producers practice many forms of maintenance as part of their efforts toward more reliable operations. These include reactive, preventive, predictive and most recently thanks the advancements in the Industrial Internet of Things technologies—prescriptive maintenance. In a Plant Engineering article, The path to prescriptive maintenance: Three steps to drive reliability while preparing for […]

Organizational Readiness for Top Quartile Reliability Performance

Posted in Asset Management, Industrial IoT, Operational Excellence, Reliability on Monday, May 15th, 2017. One comment so far
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As the technology and work practices have progressed, so has reliability practices from reactive to preventive to predictive maintenance (PdM). In a Plant Engineering article, The path to prescriptive maintenance, Emerson’s Will Goetz describes prescriptive maintenance: …where analytics can show that a piece of equipment is headed for trouble and can prescribe prioritized, pre-determined, expert-driven […]