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Machinery and Equipment Maintenance

Product
February 26, 2021  

Winco stainless steel adjusting screws

Winco GN 827 stainless-steel adjusting screw is intended for

Product
February 26, 2021  

Rinnai building management system

Rinnai’s new building management system (BMS) gateway provides a

News
February 22, 2021  

SKF announces new VPs

SKF USA Inc. has hired Fal Dieso as Vice-President

News
February 15, 2021  

ABB Launches New CBM Service for Robot Assessments

ABB launches a new condition-based maintenance (CBM) service that

News
February 2, 2021  

National Defence grappling with new delay in $60B warship project

(CP) OTTAWA – The Department of National Defence says

News
January 25, 2021  

WestJet grounds Max flight before takeoff after system indicates ‘potential fault’

(CP) CALGARY – WestJet says a Boeing 737 Max

Feature
January 25, 2021  

No More Firefighting

Imagine an industrial site or manufacturing facility that actually accomplished the mission of every maintenance and reliability professional – zero per cent unplanned downtime.

Feature
January 15, 2021  

Electric Motor Troubleshooting Using Vibration Analysis

Vibration is technically defined as the oscillation of an object about its position of rest.

Podcast
January 14, 2021  

Importance of networking and education in the maintenance world

  GUEST: Martha Myers TOPIC: The importance of networking

Feature
January 6, 2021  

Adapting to Maintenance Technology

This year it seems like we are on the front steps of maintenance technology. Manufactures are talking about new advanced maintenance tools, and many are moving toward implementing technological applications to be used by plant engineers and tradespeople.

News
December 28, 2020  

Canadian submarine docked extra year due to leak found following errant test

(CP) OTTAWA – One of the Royal Canadian Navy’s

Feature
December 15, 2020  

Maintenance: What Does the Future Hold?

Technology moves at a fast pace, and companies need to adapt quickly if they want to stay competitive in the new marketplace. Maintenance is no exception. What was once an industry that saw maintenance professionals using metal tools and wearing a hardhat, are now more likely to use a tablet to check on their assets.

Feature
December 3, 2020  

MRO’s 2021 Truck and Van Preview

While most models for 2021, have engine, package, trim, or colour changes, two of the light-duty pick-up truck heavyweights have made major changes to their vehicles.

News
November 30, 2020  

Half of Ontario hospitals in poor state of repair; accountability office says

(CP) TORONTO – Almost half of Ontario’s hospitals are

Feature
November 23, 2020  

It’s About Time we Treat Belt Driven Machines with More Respect

Belt driven machines are the Rodney Dangerfield of the maintenance industry –
“they don’t get no respect!.”

News
November 23, 2020  

Business is booming for HVAC companies as commercial buildings see pandemic upgrades

(CP) Air filters have become big business in the

Feature
November 16, 2020  

PM Regimes

Preventive and predictive maintenance are two important elements of any equipment maintenance program.

Feature
October 26, 2020  

Smaller Footprint: Extend the Life of Hydraulics

Energy efficient components and training initiatives can help maintain hydraulic systems.

News
October 26, 2020  

Navy investigating unexplained breakdown on brand new Arctic patrol vessel

(CP) OTTAWA – The Royal Canadian Navy is investigating

News
October 23, 2020  

MRO November 2020 Issue Available On-Demand

The December 2020 Digital Edition of Machinery and Equipment

Podcast
October 20, 2020  

Maintenance at TMMC Plants with a Focus on the Environment

  GUEST: Scott MacKenzie TOPIC: Maintenance at TMMC Plants

Feature
October 16, 2020  

Repair and Maintenance During Covid-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly changed the maintenance landscape.

Feature
October 12, 2020  

How to Spot the Signs of Mechanical Failure

By the time mechanical failures or maintenance issues are spotted, they’re often already too serious or expensive to repair. Meaning that operators and asset managers have to put a piece of equipment out of order until it can be replaced or fixed, which has a direct negative impact on the business’ bottom line.

News
October 9, 2020  

MainTrain Conference Goes Digital

PEMAC Asset Management Association of Canada held its annual

Product
September 28, 2020  

REED R2160 Thermal Imaging Camera

REED R2160 thermal imaging camera features a 160 x

News
September 28, 2020  

COVID 19 further delaying some overdue military procurements

(CP) OTTAWA – While the federal government is pressing

News
September 28, 2020  

2020 PEMAC Award Winners

PEMAC Asset Management Association of Canada presented its annual

Feature
September 25, 2020  

Weekly Schedule Compliance is an Easy Tool but a Bit Tricky

Weekly schedule compliance is an easy key performance indicator (KPI), but a lot of people mess it up. We can use it to lock-in mediocre performance. However, when used properly, KPI can help boost our maintenance productivity.

Feature
September 21, 2020  

Troubleshooting Rotating Mechanical Equipment Using Vibration Analysis

Vibration is technically defined as the oscillation of an

News
September 18, 2020  

MRO September 2020 Issue Available On-Demand

The September 2020 Digital Edition of Machinery and Equipment