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  • Cool process control panels

    This white paper will help you to choose the appropriate and most cost and energy efficient cooling solution from the many types available.

    Doug Wilson, Noren Products Inc .
  • 6 ways to optimize new electrical equipment

    This white paper addresses six important strategies regarding analytical studies, extended warranty plans, startup and commissioning, training services, maintenance agreements, and spare parts that will help to optimize your new equipment from the start.

    Steven Maling, Marketing Director - Projects & Services Schneider Electric USA, Inc.
  • Optimize bearings for gearboxes

    How does one go about selecting a bearing for an application? What elements are in a bearing? What types of loads can the bearing handle?

    Jamie Collins and MaryAnn Houghton
  • Electrical equipment PdM

    This white paper explains the benefits of a predictive-maintenance approach and how to implement it.

    S. Frank Waterer, Electrical Engineerinig, Fellow, Schneider Electric USA, Inc.
  • How an integrated asset management system benefits the global enterprise

    Every corner of your enterprise depends on the assets that keep it running, from the back offices to the storeroom to the shop floor and in the field. Thus, there is a widespread and pervasive need for timely asset information. Some areas require small rivulets of essential knowledge, while others are swimming in virtual oceans of data.

    When asset management systems are paper-based or electronic but separate from other enterprise information systems, knowledge suffers. When interface programs connect asset management and enterprise business systems, risks and costs are incurred. The best way to assure seamless, real-time integration and global access to information is to implement a single-solution, pre-integrated ERP/EAM platform. The EAM solutions that ERP vendors offer have matured over the years and become increasingly functionally rich and competitive with best-of-breed EAM solutions. The most sophisticated have hundreds of integration points between the ERP and EAM built in.

    Paul R. Neerhof, president, Global PTM
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