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ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS (RCA)

November 22, 20168 months ago

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March 10, 20143 years ago

Identifying the true cause of any technical problem

Equipment root cause failure analysis tube weldingMaximizing the reliability of your equipment When your equipment does not operate within the expected specifications or experiences a breakdown, it is important to identify the root cause of the problem. Only in this way, a durable solution can be worked out to prevent reoccurrence of the problem and minimize future costs. A correct root cause failure analysis also provides vital information for the insurance company. Finally, if the root cause is identified, similar equipment can be screened for the same problem and preventive maintenance can be executed.

But what is the best approach to identify the true cause of the problem?