Are there any studies showing how swapping pumps with their standby spares impacts reliability? I realize different pump designs, services, fluids, etc. may require different strategies. In general, its a question of what is the desired benefit, what are the costs and potential risks, and then is it worth it. This will vary for different applications, and organizations - I get that. There are arguments for both sides, so what I'm curious is if there are any documented studies on the topic that can be shared.
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