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Navigating the ins and outs of running a business comes with its fair share of challenges, especially when it comes to keeping everything up and running smoothly. One big challenge for business owners is figuring out the best way to maintain their equipment.

Traditionally, there are two main approaches: preventive maintenance and predictive maintenance. Preventive maintenance is all about sticking to a schedule based on things like how old the machines are and how much they’re used. While this method does a good job of keeping equipment in shape, it might not be the most efficient use of resources.

On the flip side, predictive maintenance uses fancy technology to constantly monitor machine health. By collecting and analyzing data on how well the machines are performing, it can predict when something might go wrong and needs fixing.

Some businesses might be skeptical about trusting their maintenance to these high-tech systems, while others are all for it. But no matter which route a business takes, the end goal is the same: keeping everything running smoothly.

To learn more about how this maintenance technology works and contributes to increased efficiency, please read on to the infographic accompanying this post.


Low- Or No-Maintenance Industrial Machinery was provided by Emerson


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