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A Novel Way to Determine On-Condition Task Intervals

Bill Barto | Contributing Author, RELIABILITY CONNECT
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Summary

Typically, the frequency of on-condition, or condition based, maintenance tasks is based on some anecdotal or historic precedent or maybe just on the smallest frequency we can perform the work (e.g., weekly or monthly). But with a little bit of information and a few estimates, you can calculate the optimum inspection frequency. This presentation will walk through all the steps for this alternative approach.

Learning Takeaways:

– What is an On-Condition task and why it is important.

– How to construct a P-F curve from data you may already have.

– How to estimate the inspection frequency for condition-based tasks.

About the Presenter:

Bill Barto has spent over 20 years in various Engineering, Reliability and Maintenance roles for companies like Walt Disney World and Frito Lay. He also spent five years supporting multiple companies as a Reliability Engineering SME with the consulting company Life Cycle Engineering. His work interests include Preventive Maintenance Optimization, Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA), Reliability-Centered Maintenance and Failure Reporting, Analysis, and Corrective Action Systems (FRACAS). When not working, Bill can be found hiking around Central Florida, hammock camping in the woods or just exploring the little known parts of Florida by car.

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About the Author

Bill Barto Contributing Author, RELIABILITY CONNECT

Bill Barto has spent over 20 years in various Engineering, Reliability and Maintenance roles for companies like Walt Disney World and Frito Lay. He also spent five years supporting multiple companies as a Reliability Engineering SME with the consulting company Life Cycle Engineering. His work interests include Preventive Maintenance Optimization, Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA), Reliability-Centered Maintenance and Failure Reporting, Analysis, and Corrective Action Systems (FRACAS). When not working, Bill can be found hiking around Central Florida, hammock camping in the woods or just exploring the little known parts of Florida by car.