Bad maintenance practices tend to sneak into the way things get done. Here are three more to guard against: Bad Practice #47 — Preventive Maintenance (PM) Tasks Not Set Up With Discovery in Mind. By definition, PM is about preventing failures. Certain types of tasks support that goal without data collection. An example is breaker mechanism lubrication. But while you’re lubricating, you should know how to visually inspect the mechanism to discover unusual wear or other signs of ...

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