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  1. Pass CMRP - Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professional exam in just 24 HOURS! 100% REAL EXAM QUESTIONS ANSWERS CMRP - Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professional Buy Complete Questions Answers File from dumps.html 100% Exam Passing Guarantee & Money Back Assurance

  2. Sample Questions Question No 1: Which of the following statements about reliability is true? A.Reliability of a system or equipment can be improved as a result of administration or legislation B.A reliable system can be designed from unreliable components if enough redundancy is used. C.Reliability of a system or equipment can be improved as a result of testing. D.Increasing the amount of maintenance cannot improve reliability above the level established by the design of a system. Answer: D Question No 2: What is a standard methodology to reduce or increase the frequency of a PM inspection? A.Risk Based Inspection (RBI) B.American National Standards Institute (ANSI) C.American Petroleum Institute (API) D.American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Answer: A Question No 3: What is the statistical average and the population standard deviation of the following series of numbers? 1.30, 1.25, 1.50, 1.12, 1.35, 1.38 A.Statistical average = 1.32; standard deviation= 0.128 B.Statistical average = 1.50; standard deviation= 0.25 C.Statistical average = 1.32; standard deviation= 1.50 D.Statistical average = 0.128: standard deviation= 1.32 Answer: A

  3. Question No 4: Using predictive technologies, approximately what percent of failures in rotating equipment can be found? A.80% B.60% C.40% D.20% Answer: B Question No 5: Key performance indicators can be classified as leading or lagging indicators. An example of a lagging indicator for manufacturing is? A.Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF). B.Mean Time To Repair (MTTR). C.Overall Equipment Effectiveness. D.Operating Costs. Answer: D Question No 6: In 'which of the following circumstances might it be appropriate to conduct a Failure Modes and Effects Analysis? A.A custom-made production machine, critical to meeting production requirements, has failed for a third time in six months. The Maintenance Department has carefully inspected the machine after each failure, and each failure has been attributed to a loss of lubrication of the machine's bearings. B.Corporate downsizing has reduced the staff of the Maintenance Department to two Reliability Technicians and two foremen for each craft (trade). These foremen will now manage contracted maintenance crews for all plant (facility) maintenance activities. C.The Maintenance Department has assumed responsibility for maintenance of the equipment in a small production line acquired after buyout of a

  4. smaller competitor. The competitor uses equipment that is different from the company's existing equipment. D.The Production Department has added a third production shift to meet increased sales. The new shift will be staffed mostly of new employees whose training consists of two weeks working with the day shift. Adding the third shift also increases equipment operating hours by 50%. Answer: C Question No 7: The primary purpose of operations involvement in the maintenance program is to: A.Increase the skill levels of operations. B.Reduce maintenance workforce staffing and maintenance costs. C.Increase stakeholder contributions to asset maintenance. D.Improve plant (facility) housekeeping and decrease contractors. Answer: B Question No 8: As the maintenance manager for a manufacturing company, you have conducted a study that reveals the mechanics, on average, spend four hours per ten hour shift on wrench time (tool turning time). Your first action should be: A.Improve planning and scheduling to increase wrench time (tool turning time). B.Encourage your planners to develop more aggressive job estimates. C.Inform management that four hours wrench time (tool turning time) per day is considered good. D.Investigate the barriers causing loss of wrench time (tool turning time). Answer: A

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