Maintenance: The key to a safe aging facility

Prior to a plant’s start-up, a maintenance program has already been implemented. However, as a plant ages, and as part of the Asset Integrity Management (AIM) plan, the maintenance program is expected to be reviewed and modified in accordance with the aging mechanisms at play. Without the proper and updated maintenance strategies in place, it is likely for components and processes within the aging facility, to eventually fail.

The Managing Aging Plants USA Conference & Expo 2020, to take place on December 2nd and 3rd, 2020, at the San Jacinto College’s LyondellBasell Center for Petrochemical, Energy, & Technology (CPET) in Pasadena, TX, will feature a ‘Maintenance’ Workshop, which will explore when to use temporary repairs, maintenance strategies (options, implementations, preventative maintenance, and predictive maintenance), failures, solutions and repairs, and new technologies.

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