May 2000

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HP Reliability: Consider machine condition inspection systems

Your plant is probably depending on a dedicated group of reliability professionals to first collect and then analyze machinery vibration and other equipment condition data. You undoubte..

Bloch, Heinz P., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Your plant is probably depending on a dedicated group of reliability professionals to first collect and then analyze machinery vibration and other equipment condition data. You undoubtedly know that an experienced and well-trained team can spot early indications of problems; they can also outline timely remedial action plans that can reduce maintenance and downtime costs. And yet, using your reliability professionals to collect data is no longer considered "state-of-art." Today's best-of-class companies realize maximum returns on investment in monetary and human resources by letting their reliability professionals spend

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