preventive maintenance

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preventive maintenance

The care and servicing by personnel for the purpose of maintaining equipment and facilities in satisfactory operating condition by providing for systematic inspection, detection, and correction of incipient failures either before they occur or before they develop into major defects.
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Aircraft maintenance costs are less volatile than the price of fuel and they are a factor that is within the control of airlines comments Phil Seymour, President and Chief Operating Officer at the International Bureau of Aviation (IBA).
Bombardier is in no way concerned about whether or not there is a maintenance cost issue on the engine.
Other areas that can also be considered are, among others, higheavailability ("five-nines" uptime), reduced management costs, reduced physical space requirements, reduced maintenance costs (three years is typically included with a new system) and server consolidation.
Lawson's new policy guarantees that, for anyone who buys this year, maintenance cost increases will be capped at 12 percent a year for five years.
GE Capital Fleet Services today announced the results of its 16th annual fleet passenger car maintenance study, which found that overall fleet car maintenance costs remained flat in 2010 compared to 2009.
Monthly maintenance cost at West Lafayette with the old presses was about $14,000/month excluding labor, which was expected to remain the same with the new presses.
Rich Huss, Vice President and General Manager of Bosch Rexroth Electric Drives and Controls, stated, "Market awareness and demand for plug-in hybrid electric vehicles is growing rapidly as fleet managers explore solutions to lower fuel and vehicle maintenance costs.
According to Oscar Moniz, director of operations at the Triple M Metal facility in Brampton, Ontario, improved production combined with much lower undercarriage maintenance costs have caused Triple M Metal to restock its fleet almost entirely with wheeled scrap handlers made by Terex Fuchs.
In the meantime, the Simi Valley Soccer Foundation expects to reduce irrigation and cut maintenance costs for the two international-size fields the foundation opened in September.
The Orion VII diesel-electric hybrid transit buses from DaimlerChrysler Commercial Buses achieved the best fuel economy and lowest non-warranty maintenance costs in a 12-month evaluation of hybrid, compressed natural gas (CNG), and diesel transit buses in New York City.
Now these owners can expand on their warranty coverage and benefit from our excellent technical support as well as having predictable maintenance costs year after year.

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