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    Isograph Availability Workbench v4.0

    Availability Workbench is flagship suite of availability simulation software. It includes the latest versions of Isograph’s AvSim+ and RCMCost software for system availability simulation and reliability centered maintenance. In addition it includes Weibull Analysis and Life Cycle Costing modules. Availability Workbench is used to optimize maintenance and spares policies, predict system availability and throughput and estimate life cycle costs. It includes well known modeling methods such as FMECA, Reliability Block Diagram Analysis and Fault Tree Analysis.

    Availability Workbench provides a fully integrated environment for:
    • Reliability Centered Maintenance. Developing and maintaining a Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) program to optimize your reliability and maintenance strategy.
    • Availability Simulation. Performing full system availability predictions taking into account complex dependencies on spares and other resources.
    • Life Cycle Cost Analysis. Performing a Life Cycle Cost Analysis to calculate the expected costs of your system during its lifetime.
    • Weibull Analysis. Analyzing historical failure data to model the failure characteristics of equipment.
    • SAP Interface. The AWB SAP Interface allows you to transfer data between AWB and SAP.
    Availability Workbench can help answer questions such as:
    • Is planned maintenance cost effective? How often should it be performed?
    • What design improvements are cost and safety effective?
    • What is the optimum level of spares to be held on site and at a depot?
    • How can labor and equipment usage be improved?
    • How can buffers best be employed to maintain capacity?
    • How can risk be reduced?
    • What are the likely life cycle costs?
    • What is the best frequency for performing major overhauls?
    • Is predictive maintenance worth doing?
    • How do ageing assets affect life cycle costs?

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