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Many times plant operations repeatedly maintain the same valves over and over. In many cases this is perceived to be normal and annually the budget is created with cost to cover the continued overhaul of the valves. By having a better knowledge of the requirements of the application the root cause of the valves’ deterioration can be established and the valve corrected or replaced with one that meets the needs. Doing so eliminates the costly and repeated maintenance. Significant cost savings are realized with payback periods of less than a year in many cases.

Plant efficiency is the underlying goal of process control. The efficiency of a plant can be looked at as a function of outputs and costs as shown in the above Figure.  Outputs, shown here in the numerator, include any factors that directly impact the volume of saleable product from the plant. Here is where factors such as quality, throughput and availability of the process fit into the picture. Increasing any of these factors will improve bottom-line efficiency. Costly inputs, shown in the denominator of this illustration, include raw materials, maintenance, utilities, safety, waste and rework. Increasing any one of these factors will decrease overall efficiency.

Industry leaders realize that a proactive, management led reliability strategy is the secret to improved shareholder value. Improved production availability and lower operating costs.