Starting and Sustaining
The ultimate goal of condition based maintenance (CBM) is to perform maintenance at a scheduled point in time when the maintenance activity is the most cost-effective and before the asset loses optimum performance.
– Ramesh Gulati, Maintenance and Reliability Best Practices
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Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM)- Motor Fundamentals
Reliability Centered Maintenance is gaining in popularity. These videos will review commonly observed metrics, definitions and frequently asked questions.
Condition based maintenance and the reliability program:
|What is RCM? How is it different from CBM?|
|How do RCM and CBM work together?|
|What is PM optimization?|
Justification – building the business case for condition based maintenance.
|What steps can be taken to justify a new CBM program?|
|How do you correlate plant metrics (OEE) to maintenance KPIs?|
Tools to help you get started
These templates include observations from multiple professionals in the reliability community and should get you off to a great start.
This guide will help get your CBM well underway, but a complete reliability program requires establishment of new practices, awareness of performance benchmarks, and cultural change. The references below are a great start to help expand your scope.
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