Tout Condition Monitoring To Tap Value

Oct. 20, 2017
Condition monitoring can help a business become safer and more competitive. You should see OEE improve, maintenance costs decline and the number of lost-time injuries go down.

Most people involved with condition monitoring view the service they provide as indispensable. They are in a unique position to detect the onset of equipment failure, thus ensuring that the company does not suffer the consequences of a catastrophic failure. It takes tremendous skill, experience, and courage to detect the earliest signs of failure; determine what is going wrong; and make appropriate remedial recommendations.

The only problem is that not everyone in the organization understands the value of that service. And it is not always their fault.

It is not their fault because most condition monitoring people do not actively promote the benefits of their program, and they do not educate people about what they are doing, how they do it, and why they do it.

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