Many people assume wrongly that inspecting, testing, maintenance, and commissioning is a fairly straightforward process and is often a rubber stamp confirmation of a good design.

Dear Colleagues,

Many people assume wrongly that inspecting, testing, maintenance, and commissioning is a fairly straightforward process and is often a rubber stamp confirmation of a good design.

Click here for a short presentation I made recently on the subject with a focus on:

  • Asset records
  • Condition based maintenance vs. reliability centered maintenance
  • Switchgear inspection methodologies
  • Diagnostic techniques
  • Circuit breaker maintenance


Yours in engineering learning,

Steve


Mackay’s Musings – 26th May’15 #566
125, 273 readers – www.idc-online.com/blogs/stevemackay

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