Planned Maintenance for Productivity and Energy Conservation
Now available in its third edition, this handbook details a ten step program to move any facility systematically from its present level of maintenance & energy efficiency to a higher level which will result in more cost-effective operation. Guidelines are provided for optimizing preventive & emergency maintenance, maintenance organization & inspections, ongoing monitoring, energy conservation, scheduling & administration. The third edition adds guidelines for effective management maintenance inventory. Detailed maintenance checklists for HVAC systems, pumps, lighting, motors, & air compressors are included.
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