Posts Tagged ‘preventive maintenance’

Optimizing Power Generation Maintenance Strategies

Posted in Asset Management, Operational Excellence, Reliability on Wednesday, August 1st, 2018. No comments yet
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Emerson’s Alex Flick presented Optimizing Power Generation Maintenance Strategies Using Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) Analysis at the 2018 Ovation Users’ Group Conference. Alex opened by sharing a story of a North American generating station. The plant was commissioned in 2002 and producers over 500MW of power. The plant has a couple of gas turbines, a […]

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 […]

Align Predictive Maintenance where Work is Managed

Posted in Asset Management, Industrial IoT, Reliability on Thursday, February 5th, 2015. 4 comments so far
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If you’re responsible for reliability in your process manufacturing or production operations, you may have seen the ARC Advisory Group’s report, Proactive Asset Management with IIoT and Analytics. I’ll highlight a few points from the article and from reliability experts around Emerson Process Management. The article opens: The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) with advanced […]

Asset Criticality Drives Proactive Maintenance Approach

Posted in Asset Management on Monday, February 16th, 2009. 2 comments so far
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One of the best parts of authoring the Emerson Process Experts blog is some of the conversations that follow in phone calls and emails. These can happen even years after a post has been published. A good example is one that sparked from the post, What is Your Reactive Maintenance Percentage? I received an email […]