Successful energy transition requires good management of maintenance, inspections and controls of industrial equipment.
Maintenance aims to maintain or restore an asset in a specified state so that it is able to provide a service (according to Afnor).
Maintenance, inspection or control programs reduce the unavailability of production machines and limit the risk of equipment failure, which leads to loss of energy production and financial losses.
It is essential for a successful decarbonized development to set up a maintenance plan, which is often associated with an inspection and control plan, i.e. a structured set of tasks that include the activities, procedures, resources and time needed to perform the maintenance.
The maintenance plan supports the procedures, the planning of maintenance tasks.
Equipment monitoring is a difficult activity to predict, and the characteristic of this activity is to adapt to daily life, to various breakdowns of machines and equipment.
These uncertainties make it difficult to plan the allocation of different human or material resources, and choices must be made every day.
Effective monitoring requires the development of maintenance procedures and inspection plans, which must be efficient.
In all cases, these choices must meet overriding objectives such as:
The challenge of a decarbonized transition requires a precise follow-up of industrial assets, integrating the human feedback of all the participants in the chain.
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