ASL-R16 Sets New Standard for Preventive Maintenance Optimization (PMO) in your Asset Performance Management (APM) Program
Asset Performance Technologies announces Release 16 of the Asset Strategy Library (ASL-R16), now the most comprehensive library of FMEA and mitigation strategies for equipment in asset-intensive industries. The ASL provides expert knowledge and wisdom to: shorten time-to-value of your CMMS and other software implementations as well as improve bottom line profitability of your business by doing the right maintenance at the right times for your plant(s).
ALBUQUERQUE, NM (PRWEB) OCTOBER 30, 2015
Asset Performance Technologies, Inc. (APT) announced today that it has released Asset Strategy Library Release 16.
ASL-R16 includes 583 equipment types (36 new and 3 updates), including:
- 44,000 Degradation Mechanisms (FMEA rows)
- 3,900 PM Tasks and Intervals (PM Templates)
“583 equipment types * 8 known operating conditions = 4,664 RCM analyses by equipment experts. Why start from scratch when optimizing your maintenance strategies?” – Mark S Benak, CEO
ASL-R16 was generated by industry subject matter experts (SMEs), who represent over 23,000 man-years of experience across multiple plants and industries. The ASL degradation mechanisms (FMEA) and PM templates (asset strategies) are valid for the complete range of known operating conditions. With PM task effectiveness mapped to each degradation mechanism, the ASL sets a new standard for PMO and APM in asset-intensive industries. The ASL is also available in the Meridium and Bentley Assetwise APM products.
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About Asset Performance Technologies
Asset Performance Technologies, Inc. (APT) produces the revolutionary Preventance maintenance solution that combines unique optimization software with the APT Asset Strategy Library (ASL), the world’s most comprehensive library of asset strategies for industrial equipment, to rapidly optimize any PM program. Preventance and the ASL set the standard for PM Optimization (PMO) by dynamically adjusting to changing operating conditions, plant requirements, and market economics.