Reliability Centered Asset Management by Richard Overman
Is Your Steam Trap Surveyor Knowledgeable? by Bill Holub

Reliability Centered Asset Management
It's time to consider the benefits of applying a reliability centered approach to any type of asset such as human assets, financial assets, and more. This RAP Talk relates the equipment asset life-cycle to the human asset life-cycle and demonstrates how a reliability centered approach enhances the ability to meet corporate functions.

Is Your Steam Trap Surveyor Knowledgeable?
Most facilities conduct an annual steam trap survey. Does your surveyor know how each of the five trap types function? If not, then the trap condition results can be inaccurate. Does your survey report include trap orifice sizes? If not, then the annual steam loss and ROI calculations are a best guess. 

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This presentation introduces and outlines the implementation of Reliability Culture Implementation (RCI) at the Doe Run Company in Viburnum, Missouri.

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As an IBM Business Partner and authorized Maximo Cloud Service Provider (CSP), the new Maximo Application Suite (MAS) is exciting and welcomed news.

RLI Technology Showcase June 29th 11:00 AM ET

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You are invited to join a webinar: Reliability Strategy Development (Reliability Engineering for Maintenance) APM Software Vendors Technology Showcase.

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Reliability and Maintenance: Better Together or Better Off Apart?

There’s no question that reliability and maintenance are separate functions. The question is whether organizations are separating them too much.