Don’t just fix it: tracking machine failure patterns to avoid downtime

How would you describe your company’s current approach to machine maintenance?
Perhaps you’re primarily focused on scheduled maintenance for your most expensive
machinery to avoid costly unplanned downtime. While this is an essential part of
keeping your facility up and running, it’s also important to be aware of your equipment’s
failure patterns and the real-time status of parts like pumps and bearings.

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