WE ACT IN THE LIFE CYCLE

The engineering-based on RAMS analysis or reliability engineering seeks to analyze the capacity of the assets installed meeting the criteria of reliability, availability, maintainability, and safety taking into account the different technical areas that influence and affect the installation (production, maintenance, energy, people, …).

This work methodology incorporates a great variety of analytical techniques designed to understand the failure modes and replacement patterns of the installed equipment.

  • Modal analysis of faults and effects
  • Statistical analysis of faults
  • Risk-based inspection
  • Root cause analysis
  • Analysis of maintenance tasks
  • Cost of life cycle analysis
  • Reliability-centered maintenance
  • Condition based maintenance
  • Criticality tree teams
  • Modal analysis of faults and effects
  • Statistical analysis of faults
  • Risk-based inspection
  • Root cause analysis
  • Analysis of maintenance tasks
  • Cost of life cycle analysis
  • Reliability-centered maintenance
  • Condition based maintenance
  • Criticality tree teams

In this way, the RAMS engineering has the ability to design and define the maintenance strategy (preventive or corrective) that best adjusts to the performance of the assets and to predict quantitatively and qualitatively the needs of the installation throughout its life.

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