The purpose of a reliability program is to ensure that a plant’s physical assets can meet production goals at the lowest possible unit cost while mitigating safety and environmental risks. Such a program requires ongoing assessment, testing and performance reporting. It should become embedded into the culture of the plant as just “part of the way work is done.”
To help make reliability attainable, Chemical Processing has put together an eHandbook. It includes insight on:
- Successfully Implement a Reliability Program -- Avoid eight common pitfalls that can lead to failure
- Make Your Improvement Program Endure -- Decline is inevitable unless you address plant culture issues
- Establish Equipment Wellness -- Achieve longevity and reduced costs with an asset management plan for fluid sealing systems
Download your copy of this Chemical Processing reliability eHandbook now
This report is sponsored by A.W. Chesterton Company.