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manager"s guide to the principles of planned inspection and maintenance in the water industry.

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Published by National Water Council in London .
Written in English


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ContributionsNational Water Council.
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Open LibraryOL20291169M
ISBN 100901090107

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In these theoretical terms, preventive maintenance is a simple idea. But like many simple ideas, it can be challenging to make it a reality. In practice, a preventive maintenance program can be quite complex: there's a great deal of data to be collected and analyzed, and many competing tasks to schedule, prioritize and cost. This guide book emanated from a project initiated and funded by the Water Research Commission as Project K5/ Practical guidelines for operation and maintenance of water distribution systems in South Africa. Particular credit and thanks are due to Mr Jay Bhagwan of the Water Research Commission, who initiated the project and.

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Maintenance planning and scheduling for reliability helps to double operating profit in the average industrial company. Doing maintenance planning and scheduling is important.

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