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Planned Maintenance. Part 1

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Types of Maintenance Preventive Maintenance Time Based Maintenance (TBM) Advantage: Maintenance tasks such as inspection are avoided. Few failures occur Disadvantage: The equipment is over-maintained. Maintenance costs are high Predictive (PdM), or Condition Based Maintenance (CBM) Advantage: Over-maintenance, the disadvantage of TBM is avoided Disadvantage: Costs are incurred for

The First Steps to an EFFECTIVE Planned Maintenance Pillar

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The purpose of equipment maintenance is to sustain adequate equipment condition at all times in order to have uninterrupted production. There are two main objectives of the Effective (Planned) Maintenance Pillar. What are they? ZERO BREAKDOWNS MAINTENANCE COST REDUCTION Using the 4M approach, let’s examine a typical “Before PM”

Chapter 6. Planned (Effective) Maintenance. Part 1

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1 What Is Effective Maintenance? 1.1 The Aim of Effective Maintenance The aim of Effective Maintenance is to raise the company’s productivity by lowering the total cost of its equipment over every stage from design and fabrication through to operation and maintenance (including the initial cost of the equipment

Chapter 4. Focused Improvement. Part 2

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6. Why-Why Analysis Why-Why Analysis is a technique for tracking down the root causes of undesirable phenomena logically and methodically, based on the facts, instead of merely brainstorming. It is conducted using one of the following two basic approaches: Approach starting from the viewpoint of ‘what should have happened