July 2018 Issue
Want to learn how industry leaders in oil & gas, energy, and more are mapping out the prescriptive maintenance future? Check out the July 2018 issue of Plant Services, which explores how RxM leads to better-quality data, earlier problem detection, more timely and accurate response, and perhaps of the most importance, less reliance on manual knowledge capture. Plus, how to fix your compressed air leaks.
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Getting to a reliability-focused culture often is a multiyear process. Keep long-term goals front of mind throughout the journey, CMRP of the Year Ron Reimer says.
Doc Palmer says maintenance planners can help rein in the impulse to slash storeroom inventory.
In this Big Picture Interview, CMRP of the Year – Rising Leader recipient Pawel Lecinski explores the value of streamlining and standardizing purchases, and rules for engagement of workers at your plant.
Keep, track, and trend failure causes to optimize your maintenance program.
In this installment of Automation Zone, know the software options that can support an efficient, effective FMEA program.
Once you decide which metrics to track, a wealth of information is at your fingertips.
Tom Moriarty explores why giving your reports ownership over some decisions can benefit you both.
Peter Garforth says focus on reliability and end-use efficiency in steering your organization through energy uncertainties.
Thomas Wilk draws inspiration from George Harrison on the long and winding road to RxM.
Here's what other plants have saved through leak detection and correction.
How industry leaders in energy, oil and gas, and more are mapping out a smarter future for maintenance.
Sheila Kennedy says smarter, faster robots are changing the game for materials handling and transport.