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Fluid contamination causes millions of dollars in unnecessary repair expense each year. It slowly attacks components as fluids flow through the various systems invisible to operators and maintenance personnel. It is one of the leading causes of unscheduled downtime and can result in a loss of…
The availability of equipment technicians continues to decline, rapidly intensifying the need to address recruitment, advancement, and retention of mechanically talented men and women to fill the void. Many journeyman technicians with decades of knowledge and experience are contemplating retirement…
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In my interactions with fleet managers around minimum life-to-date costs and the sweet-spot curve (see “Sweet Spot Revisited”), two valid questions often arise: “How do I explain the concept, and how do I…

Complicated software problems often occur where workflows require one system to “talk” to another so that they can exchange data or perform different parts of the same workflow.

Most of us have been challenged by the interface between our maintenance management software (MMS) and our…

Sometimes we are so tied up with complicated, difficult problems that we overlook the solid fundamentals that make things work. The fleet numbering system is one of those fundamentals. Individual units in your fleet vary tremendously in terms of form, function, size, weight, productive capacity…

Many long and complex discussions have taught me that setting up an effective work-order coding system is more complex than it appears. Two problems occur frequently. First, the list of applicable codes is so long and complex that the final result is full of errors, misinterpretations, and…

Reading, writing, and arithmetic—if you get them right, you will be on your way to great things. The same is true for the repair/rebuild/replace decision. Get it right, and many of the requirements for success fall into place. 

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We work in a very capital-intensive business with razor-thin margins. Ever wondered how it works? Ever wondered whether it was more important to make a profit than to reduce the amount of capital required to accomplish the job?

As with most things, it is a balance. As with most things,…

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