Type: Lessons Learned
Publisher: Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN
Repeated corrective maintenance to a particular system may indicate a systemic problem with the system that is not being addressed by the individual repairs performed. Individual systems or areas of mechanical operations sometimes require corrective maintenance to repair an issue, and these repairs often occur over an extended period of time. Because these repairs can occur over time, we may not recognize them as indicating a larger systemic problem. In this case, multiple repairs were performed to an ozone gas generating system, each time fixing the apparent issue.
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