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Last edited 03 Aug 2022
Maintenance Contracts, A guide to best practice for procurement (BG 66/2016), written by Karl Godfrey and Martijn Groen and published by BSRIA in November 2016, states: ‘condition monitoring is widely used in the process industry and has been for many years, but there has been a slow migration of these techniques into building services maintenance. Condition monitoring provides a means of improving the conventional maintenance regime by evaluating indicative parameters of plant condition such as temperature, vibration, oil condition and power quality. This is known as condition-based maintenance (CBM).’
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