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One of the clever “money savers” you might see in an annual report is “deferred maintenance.” The maintenance isn’t stopped, it’s just deferred. A temporary thing, apparently.
Mechanics might be quick to point out that deferring lubrication has the same result as not doing it. Lubricants wear out, thin out, get contaminated, etc. Starve that gearbox of oil, and it will fail.
But does the same thing apply to electrical maintenance? Let’s look at some promising areas there:
Maintenance deferred is downtime incurred.
Source: Mark Lamendola | Mindconnection