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  • Changes Can Monkey Wrench Motors

    Many factors go in to the decision whether to repair or replace a motor: cost of the repair, cost of the new motor, expected lifespan, availability of a new motor, and efficiency of the exiting motor.

    Leah Friberg, Fluke, for our sister publication Plant Services
  • Maintenance Gets a Makeover

    Asset management software is spurring more proactivity and greater efficiency.

    Seán Ottewell, Editor at Large
  • Put Pipeline Failures Behind You

    Reliability professionals should apply parallel reasoning and not stand idly by while the uninformed take inappropriate risks.

    Heinz P. Bloch P.E., Process Machinery Consulting, for our sister publication Plant Services
  • Reliability Efforts Broaden

    Expanding from a plant-based focus provides significant benefits.

    Seán Ottewell, Editor at Large
  • Ease Packed-Column Commissioning

    A few steps can avoid problems when starting up a tower filled with random packing.

    Dirk Willard, Contributing Editor
  • Vacuum Technology Tackles Voids

    Innovative use of existing technology and new developments improve performance.

    Seán Ottewell, Editor at Large
  • Win At Energy Management

    Hold all the aces by taking a lifecycle approach.

    Jesus Vallejo, Honeywell Process Solutions
  • Burst a Bubble

    Readers suggest how to preclude ignition-temperature-test failures.

  • Make Some Alarming Moves

    Tackle distractions that impair operator performance and process efficiency.

    Todd Stauffer, exida consulting, and Kim VanCamp, Emerson Process Management
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