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PM Cycle, Sporadic and Chronic Breakdowns

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A breakdown is a loss of or reduction in a machine’s capacity to function. Breakdown loss is the time losses (reduction in output) and physical losses (increase in defectives and rework) arising from sporadic or chronic failures. Let’s review PM cycle step-by-step: Breakdown occurs, maintenance crew is called to

Autonomous Maintenance Step 4. Fasteners training module for operators

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In steps 1 – 3 the main objective was to eliminate FORCED DETERIORATION: Step 1 – Cleaning, Writing F-Tags, Solving F-Tags Step 2 – Eliminating SOC’s & HTA’s Step 3 – Reviewing CI Standards and adding Lubrication Standard Now it’s time to talk about: Autonomous Maintenance Step 4 “General Inspections” Definition Of

Gap Analysis and General Findings of Effective (Preventative) Maintenance

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In order to perform gap analysis, relative rankings of different facilities (sites) needs to be captured: Parts and Materials in Store Room Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS) utilization Criticality of assets ranked and maintained Planning and Scheduled work Work order system Effectiveness of Preventative Program (PM) Maintenance Management Duties,

Autonomous Maintenance Step 4. Transmission (drive) training module for operators

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In steps 1 – 3 the main objective was to eliminate FORCED DETERIORATION: Step 1 – Cleaning, Writing F-Tags, Solving F-Tags Step 2 – Eliminating SOC’s & HTA’s Step 3 – Reviewing CI Standards and adding Lubrication Standard Now it’s time to talk about: Autonomous Maintenance Step 4 “General Inspections” Definition Of

Zero Breakdown Activities

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PM Element 2. Zero Breakdown Activities The biggest challenge during the TPM implementation is to change the tradesmen mind set from the reactive approach (firemen) to a proactive approach (machine physician). The first step is to explain that a repair does not finish when they fix the machine, but

5S Autonomous Maintenance Foundation of TPM

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A program to reduce operational steps and improve the overall cleanliness of a work area making it safer and more productive. Step 1. Sort Removing from the workplace all items that are not needed for current production operations. Leaving only the bare essentials: Sort out what is really necessary