May 2020

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Reliability: A good time to do reliability upgrading from home

An experienced writer of technical procedures for many years, “KM” recently gave us a stunning glimpse of the probable volume of “ripe, low-hanging fruit” that still exists in some hydrocarbon processing facilities, ready to be harvested from home.

Bloch, Heinz P., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

An experienced writer of technical procedures for many years, “KM” recently gave us a stunning glimpse of the probable volume of “ripe, low-hanging fruit” that still exists in some hydrocarbon processing facilities, ready to be harvested from home. These examples, and perhaps a hundred additional ones, can be accessed by readers who value a good book on reliability implementation. A thoughtful manager will ask home-bound reliability staffers to read the book. Motivated professionals will open their word processors and prepare a two-column report on “us” vs. “best-in-class” for follow-up discussion with reliability managers and other employees. Directed lubricant application Reliability-fo

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