Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM)

Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) is a unique maintenance methodology aimed at optimizing the maintenance system of organizations and facilities. With RCM, businesses can improve their reliability, cost-effectiveness, and machine uptime, and understand the level of risk they are facing.

The reliability-centered maintenance services we provide enable our clients to optimize their maintenance strategies by increasing cost-effectiveness, reliability, machine uptime, and understanding potential risks.

The experts at Velosi’s RCM department apply rigorous and systematic methods in order to determine the most appropriate maintenance tasks to address each of the failure modes identified. In addition, they determine the consequences associated with them.

Velosi utilizes the industry’s best practices – BS EN IEC 60812, SAE JA1011, SAE JA 1012, ISO-14224, and OREDA – to optimize and manage customers’ data, to help our clients make informed and timely decisions about cost savings based on acceptable risk.


RCM Benefits

Provides a cost-effective approach to plant maintenance.
Enables a more accurate forecasting and scheduling of maintenance budgets.
Reduces corrective and overall maintenance costs.
Prioritizes maintenance programs based on predictive and criticality schedules.
Avoids production losses due to unexpected failures of critical equipment.

RCM Software

Prioritize, Redefine Asset Integrity with our extensive VAIL- PLANT® Module

EIRMS Module: Velosi’s world-class Electrical, Instrumentation and Rotary Management System (EIRMS) provides our clients with a host of benefits.

EIRMS module is based on standards

Based on the standards BS 60812, IEC 60812, SAEJA 1011 & SAEJA 1012 and facilitates Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) and is capable of maintaining and organizing maintenance records and details of equipment such as Compressors, Turbines, Pumps, Motors, Engine, Generators, Transmitter and Pressure Gauge etc. The hierarchy of data is based on ISO 14224.

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