118 – Leadership with Erin Saylor

Leadership with Erin Saylor

Leadership is the key to achieving your goals in an organization. Without leadership, every process is destined to fall apart with time. That s why it is so important to know what does it mean to be a true leader and how to improve your leadership skills as you move along. The first thing a leader needs to have is a code or principle that he never breaks no matter what. That means he needs to follow the rules first before he starts making any. He should be a good follower in as much as he is […]

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117 – RCM with Nancy Regan

RCM with Nancy Regan

RCM principles have been around for nearly 50 years now, and its process for nearly 40 years. Surprisingly, there is still a wide misconception and most people still don’t understand the term that is RCM. So, what is RCM or Reliability-Centered Maintenance? RCM is one of the most efficient and effective proactive maintenance processes that is considered one of the most powerful asset management tools. One of the great things about RCM is that you can apply it to any industry or your daily life. It has one of the most diverse applications in the world.

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116 – Repair vs Replace Decision Making with Susan Lubell

Repair vs Replace Decision Making with Susan Lubell

Without questions, organizations in the world need their assets to be optimal and to run efficiently. They can t afford downtime because of the production targets they have to achieve. That is why they have to make a smart decision. They can either refurbish the assets or replace them. But the question is, when is refurbishing preferred over replacement? With refurbishment, you check the life-cycle cost of an asset. Sometimes, companies make small repairs because it’s relatively inexpensive and they can easily get the asset up and running quickly versus replacing the asset […]

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115 – Ultrasound-Assisted Lubrication with Adrian Messer

Ultrasound-Assisted Lubrication with Adrian Messer

Proper lubrication is one of the most important things to consider to keep the equipment up and running. When the equipment is over-lubricated or under-lubricated, it can lead to premature failures and increased maintenance costs. So how do we know how much lubrication a machine or a parts needs? What tools can be used for a precise amount of lubrication?

In this episode, we covered:

  • What is ultrasound
  • What is ultrasound-assisted lubrication
  • Benefits of using ultrasound-assisted lubrication
  • Lubrication best practices
  • Steps in performing ultrasound-assisted lubrication
  • Pre-work or training required to set up an ultrasound lubrication program
  • Success […]
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114 – Electrical Safety Survey Review with Tom Wilk

Electrical Safety Survey Review with Tom Wilk

The usage of electricity in doing the day-to-day tasks in the workplace is a common practice. The safety of the workers and maintaining the electrical equipment is just as important as the maintenance of other systems. There are electrical safety programs in place but still, there are a lot of fatalities in the workplace because of exposure to sensitive electricity-based tools. There are safety manuals in place but there are other reasons that these safety issues occur all the time in the maintenance and reliability industry. This may be due to lack of training […]

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