June 1, 2020, 2:47 am

NEW ARTICLE: Availability vs Reliability – Which is more important?

There is often confusion amongst those new to Maintenance and Reliability regarding the difference between Availability and Reliability. This article discusses the difference between the two, and also considers the relative importance of each when setting goals and targets for operational improvement.

Definitions

Let’s start with some basic definitions...

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