Proactive vs. reactive maintenance Reactive maintenance focuses on restoring equipment to normal operation after a breakdown. To do that, you replace or repair faulty parts and components. When does reactive maintenance make sense? Let’s look at a simple example from your home: changing a light bulb. If parts are inexpensive and simple to replace—and failure
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