Keeping Your Machine and Its Parts Clean

How Using the Appropriate Technology Can Reduce Cost, Improve MRO Processes

By Doris Schulz, Sustainable Plant

When looking for ways to improve maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) processes, one of the first things to ask yourself is how clean is your machinery and its parts? Removal of impurities is necessary to keeping repair, maintenance, refurbishment or inspection, machinery, assemblies and components working efficiently. There are a variety of cleaning procedures that reduce time, improve efficiency and safety, are sustainable, and don't require dismantlement. In this article, Doris Schulz, Sustainable Plant, discusses the impact cleaning has on quality and cost in MRO process, and how using the appropriate technology will cause less pollution to the work environment.

Read the full article on Sustainable Plant.

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