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Estimated Average Maintenance Cost for U.S. Process Plants (1997)

Estimated Average Maintenance Cost for U.S. Process Plants (1997)

Estimated Average Maintenance Cost for U.S. Process Plants (1997)

(OP)
Dears ,
in heinz bloch book (Improving machinery reliability ) , third edition , page 39 ,
there is table ( Estimated Average Maintenance Cost for U.S. Process Plants (1997)
from where can get update tables for newest years ?

thanks in advance gentelmen

Best regards
john gladstone

RE: Estimated Average Maintenance Cost for U.S. Process Plants (1997)

This is a very difficult question to answer, because of the many types of chemical process plants out there.

It is often best to start with the classics:

https://www.amazon.com/Plant-Design-Economics-Chem...

MJCronin
Sr. Process Engineer

RE: Estimated Average Maintenance Cost for U.S. Process Plants (1997)

(OP)
Thank you mj Cronin

Actually I read this book which you send me the link...
The ( Estimated Average Maintenance Cost for U.S. Process Plants (1997))
Is not available

For this I put my question

Have you get any ideas

John Gladstone

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