Maintenance standardization for capital assets: a cost-productivity approach

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Praeger, 1986 - Business & Economics - 306 pages
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Although maintaining assets is now recognized as a significant engineering function, attention has usually been focused, particularly in the developing countries, on the acquisition of assets. Maintenance Standardization for Capital Assets explores maintenance management systems, stressing the need for manufacturers and maintenance engineers to develop a maintenance policy and systems as early as the design stage, and suggests ways to approach this need. Also included are strategies for developing countries and their donors to organize systems which can minimize failures and predict maintenance problems.

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Role of Maintenance
3
Engineering Functions
19
of Total Productive Maintenance TPM
57
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