Planning with a sense of proportion and experience
We’d like to be able to say that system failures are virtually unknown. But that would be a lie. It is true, however, that we do everything humanly possible to exclude unpleasant surprises through good planning. We are specialists for tricky operating problems. Consequently, we see many plants that are not running as smoothly as they should, even if this is initially difficult to spot.
Seek and you shall find
We troubleshoot each system and, sooner or later, come across some error that is causing the operational problems. The solution is then immediately obvious to us, and once again we will have expanded our troubleshooting experience. After all, that’s one advantage of good planning – you learn from mistakes and not from coincidences.