Hello and Happy New Year from the hard working team at GVS Reliability Products.
2015 has gotten off to a fast start for GVS Reliability Products. Given the economic climate that 2014 left the country in, industry is seemingly looking to “tighten the belt” and cut unnecessary spending.
What better way to do that than to “spend” (time, money, effort, resources etc…) on an effective condition monitoring and predictive maintenance program!
As reported in an earlier blog post, analytics showed that, when evaluated against long-established maintenance practices, predictive maintenance compressed expenses by 25-30%.
But wait! The benefits do not end with reduced spending on equipment and parts for maintenance…
Even more important is the increased availability of plant and machinery. Downtime was shown to be reduced by 35-40%.
But wait! The benefits do not end with increased plant availability…
Better than both of the above; the ROI was 10 times higher than traditional maintenance strategies and approaches. So if someone told you to give them $10 and they would put $100 back in your pocket, you would do it wouldn’t you?
But wait! Add to the above; better treatment of the environment (plant in use for longer and running better means less demands on fossil fuels) & better staff health and safety (no fears of catastrophic failures of plant that could maim or kill).
Phew! Who knew how amazing good predictive maintenance and a well-supported condition monitoring program could be?
Well, GVS Reliability Products did of course. 🙂
We here at GVS Reliability Products are dedicated to keeping plant and equipment running, increasing the availability of process machinery, helping the environment and keeping staff and personnel safe as a result.
For any vibration instrumentation inquiries, including triaxial sensors, 100mV/g vibration sensors, 4-20mA loop powered vibration sensors (and much more) be sure to contact your friendly team at GVS Reliability Products.
Help us help you this calendar year.
From GVS, we wish you all the best for 2015.