"Managing Pressure Vessel Equipment as a Capital Asset"
Author: Robinson, Glenn, and Robert Trombley and Kenneth Shultes
Published In: Facilities Manager
Date: September/October 1999
Treating pressure vessels and equipment as an asset involves establishing a mindset that is proactive to maintenance, upkeep, and repair--as opposed to waiting until problems. Discusses managing equipment as capital asset, understanding equipment life and reliability, monitoring and analyzing data, conducting a detailed evaluation, and long-term strategy for equipment maintenance. Presents case study of Dickinson College.
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