How confident are you in the ability of your CMMS to stand up in a court of law?
If what you’re doing isn’t enhancing the value of your organization, what’s the point?
Don’t let power and electrical noise problems disrupt your operations. Check out these solutions.
We used the term on this month’s cover: “No-Brainer.” It’s intended to draw your attention to some of those “why didn’t I think of that” or “we shoulda’ been doing that all along” types of approaches to various issues in your workplaces.
While they may not be right for every application, use of these belts might help you cut your electrical bill.
“Houston, we’ve had a problem.” This memorable, often-quoted one-liner came from Commander James A. Lovell aboard Apollo 13, the third manned mission by NASA, intended to put man on the moon.
The technology “toolbox” available to today’s maintenance department is without precedent—and can be had, in many cases, for less than the price of a daily cup of gourmet coffee!
The reliability and maintenance community has often referred to the “half-life” of a repaired electric motor. The use of this term is based upon the belief that a repaired electric motor will have about half the expected life of a new electric motor. Could this be true?