You can't achieve optimum reliability (and all the financial and workplace benefits) unless you eliminate the source of defects. Defect elimination goes beyond condition monitoring and precision maintenance in the effort to improve reliability. In this Webinar we will discuss fourteen areas that you should consider as a part of your defect elimination program. We will also discuss why they are important to your plant.


Learning Points:
1) Understand what "defect elimination" means.
2) Become familiar with fourteen areas that you can address to eliminate the source of defects in your plant.
3) Understand why each of these areas are so important (even though some of them are commonly overlooked).

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