Preventive and Predictive Maintenance

Preventive maintenance has the primary objectives of prolonging equipment life, whereas predictive maintenance aims at foreseeing a failure or breakdown in advance, in ordre to avoid unplanned interruptions to production. Both of these measures help to keep equipment in good condition and achieve operating conditions as close to optimum as possible. By doing this, they also help reduce energy consumption.

Development Status Products
Commercial

Preventive and Predictive MaintenanceCosts & Benefits

Parent Process: Cross Cutting Technology
Energy Savings Potential

Several estimates
US flag  Preventive maintenance is estimated to reduce fuel consumption by 0.09 GJ/t-product and electricity consumption by 0.05 GJ/t-product.

CO2 Emission Reduction Potential

US flag  Emissions reductions are estimated to be around 15 g CO2/t-product.

Costs

Annual operating and retrofit costs are estimated to be 0.03/t-product and $0.02/t-product, respectively.

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