Honeywell’s Experion Operator Advisor looks ahead, measures gaps, boosts operator effectiveness.
Maintenance planning is essential in assuring that maintenance work will be executed effectively, efficiently, and safely. Monitoring OPE is important in operations where hitting that “bullseye” is a must.
Bearings are among the most counterfeited products on the planet. RAM pros need to spot counterfeits before they’re installed, or, better, before they’re received in plants and facilities.
To be effective and repeatable, lubricant-cleanliness standards must adhere to a tangible set of measurable parameters. A portable filter cart is one of the best ways to achieve crucial cleanliness levels.
Microgrids aren’t new. They’re part of the electrical resiliency that can help ensure rapid recovery from devastating impacts on the general power grid. And your facility might already be one.
Mechanical-equipment procurement requirements can help or hurt an operation. Regardless of how baked in those at your site might be, work to ensure they fall into that first category.
It’s estimated that a typical industrial site uses 10% of its electricity just to operate compressed-air systems. That’s lots of waste. Simple, proactive steps can help your site do better. Much better.
The bad news: Your maintenance department’s existing CMMS could be failing to meet the organization’s current and future demands for any number of reasons. The good news: You have options.
While some industry experts were referring to the U.S. power grid as “smart” in the mid-90s, the term really didn’t catch on until 2007. Actual development of the smart grid, however, has taken longer.
High-performing, low-cost, competitive operations depend on high-performing equipment assets. Changes in the workplace and workforce, though, can often make that a difficult proposition.