There is no right or wrong when it comes to maintenance and repairs.
A company is constantly faced with the challenge of reducing costs and at the same time ensuring the availability of the technology. There is no such thing as a general, “correct” procedure for maintenance and repair. In individual cases, it is important to find out which strategy – failure-oriented, preventive or condition-oriented maintenance/repair – is best suited to the respective fluorination plant. This also applies to the frequently asked question about the outsourcing of maintenance services.
Remote maintenance connections allow a large number of maintenance tasks to be performed without having to have a service technician on site. Totally Integrated Automation (TIA) and Totally Integrated Power (TIP) provide the full range of diagnostics options. All field devices, automation and drive components are monitored and transmitted.
This also includes monitoring of mechanical plant components prone to failure, such as motors, pumps, valves, heaters and derived process values.
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