Bad maintenance practices tend to sneak into the way things get done. Here are three more to guard against: Bad Practice #32 — Relying Almost Exclusively on Time-Based Maintenance. This works well for such practices as thermography on your switchgear and insulation resistance testing of your feeder cables. It also works well for calibration of test equipment (you do have yours calibrated, don't you?) and process control systems. It doesn't work well for some other ...

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