RCM2 – Maxim5
RCM2 enables users/owners to develop specific maintenance programs to maximize asset life cycle reliability. Generic maintenance programs only applies to equipment with same operating context, functions and performance standards.
For similar assets situated at multiple sites, RCM2 ensures maintenance programs are designed to site specific performance requirements. When applied correctly, RCM2 develops a detailed Operating Context where similar equipment at various sites will have differing environmental conditions impacting performance. A team of operators, maintainers and subject matter experts analyze functions, function failures, failure modes and effects and progress through a methodical decision process to define specific tasks particular to that site.
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