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The Difference Between: The Benefits of Predictive Over Preventive Maintenance Approaches

April 26, 2023
Using a predictive maintenance approach gives companies the ability to turn data into action, increasing efficiencies and saving hundreds of thousands of dollars over the years.

There are two approaches to address equipment maintenance. The first, preventive maintenance, has been in use for many years. The second, predictive maintenance, offers a new approach to reduce maintenance-related costs.

Download this Difference Between article to learn how predictive maintenance focuses on the actual needs of equipment, not on an arbitrary schedule, and gives companies the ability to turn data into action.

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