In this session, we’ll review practical principles of designing for reliability, which requires applying life cycle cost and/or total cost of ownership principles, and for large projects, integrating a veteran operating and maintenance team into the project.
- Ron Moore
- RELIABILITY CONNECT
This case study features a convection oven fan used in the customer's production process. Multiple welds and other repairs were made prior to the inspection. A service team was called in to balance the fan, but with Motion Amplification it quickly became clear that there was a serious structural issue.
- Andrew Dougherty
- RDI Technologies
Allied Reliability discusses the business challenge, solution, and business impact of the US Chemical Company's reliability journey.
Major Canadian oil & gas company extends the life of operations with greater efficiency and reduced costs through OnePM. Problem: A leading Canadian oil & gas company had an offshore operation that was spending 50 percent more on maintenance than other company platforms in the same basin.
- Jason Apps
- ARMS Reliability
This case study investigates Duke Energy’s quest to replace its monthly, manual data collection practices with daily, remote data collection and monitoring.
- Alex West
- IHS Markit
Traditionally inspections are done over open panel for the last 40 years, but during last 10 years alternative and safer ways have been mandated. Find out how adapting an ROI is the best way to eliminate fatalities...
- Rudy Wodrich