does RBI3 fit in with RCM3?
RCM3 helps companies ensure that any physical
asset, system or process continues to do
whatever its users want it to do, the RBI
process is focused on maintaining the
mechanical integrity of pressure equipment
items and minimizing the risk of loss of
containment due to deterioration.
free up the RCM3 process to do what it does
best – which is focus on the reliability
aspects of equipment other than pressure
equipment or on pressure equipment where loss
of containment (e.g. tray damage and valve
reliability) is not an issue.
and RBI3 processes are fully integrated using
the same risk definition and functional
requirements. The failure modes (cause and
mechanism) proactively defined during the RCM3
process become the link between RCM3 and RBI3
integration of RCM3 with RBI3 provides the
information in one location required to reduce
downtime while increasing safety and
reliability. The RBI methodology is the
perfect complement to RCM3 and provides full
coverage for an effective asset management
Benefits of an Aladon Approach:
integrated solution for all the assets on
Supporting international standards and
Increased reliability and asset integrity.
risk of critical equipment not being covered
by a reliability approach – RCM or RBI.
Consistent approach – common language and
common set of values.
time to analyze and assess equipment
reliability and integrity.
duplication or omission of critical assets.
safety and environmental integrity.
costs of ownership.
services include training in the concepts of
RBI and application of the methodology as well
as comprehensive software solutions.