Early Equipment Management Archive

Chapter 7. Early Equipment Management. Part 1

Early Management is part of the process of creating a system for managing product and equipment development, one of the principal TPM activities. It can be split into ‘Early Product Management’ and ‘Early Equipment Management’. The period covered by Early Management is from the start of conceptual product planning

Early Equipment Management – Launching Costs

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The effect of the major losses during a start up Launching Costs = Category “A” + Category “B” Launching Costs: Operating Losses-Category “A” Components of Category “A”: Costs per shift Depreciation cost per shift; Labor cost per shift; Utility cost per shift; Maintenance cost per shift. Calculation of  Category

Industrial Engineering – Continuous Improvement

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Industrial Engineering is concerned with the design, improvement, and installation of integrated systems of people, material and equipment. It draws upon specialized knowledge and skills in mathematics, physical and social science together with the principles and methods of engineering analysis and design. Bottom line benefit When it is all

M-P sheet (EEM) free template download

The use of the latest maintenance data and technology when planning or building new equipment to promote greater reliability, maintainability, economy, operability and safety while minimizing maintenance costs and deterioration related loss. We offer free downloadable template in pdf format, to download, please click on template below: Some of

Best Practice Dosing for Savoury Dehydrated Products. Part 3

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4. Dosing Accuracy This chapter covers required and actual dosing performance. Dosing accuracy needs to meet quality requirements, legal requirements and factory costs. 4.1. Quality and Quantity guarantee The target weight distribution should meet quality and legal requirements in the most economic fashion (no systematic overfill, no packages to

Best Practice Dosing for Savoury Dehydrated Products. Part 2

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3.2.5. Sliding gate (tube) dosing unit Like the sliding gate flat dosing unit, the sliding gate tube dosing unit utilises a sliding gate product cut off to dispense quantities of product. The accuracy of this type of dosing unit is limited and it is often used for larger particulates.