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|High Priority in Good Condition
|The Condition-Priority Matrix plots the
relationship between the condition
of assets or facilities and distributes the data across four quadrants as follows:
These are high-priority facilities in good condition. This quadrant indicates a normal, healthy state of affairs. These facilities require routine maintenance and periodic renewals as assets reach the end of their useful service life.
Listed below are some of the key attributes of deemed high-priority facilities that are confirmed, typically through a Facility Condition Asssessment (FCA), to be in relatively good condition.
Listed below are some of the asset management principles that can be applied to the ongoing operations of deemed high-priority facilities in relatively good condition:
Fig. Condition-Priority matrix indicating the quadrant with high priority facilities in relatively "good" condition.
Fig. The four MDI quadrants and the four corresponding action classes.
Fig. An example of a high priority facility (fire hall) in good condition (the FCI is below 5%)
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