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Preventive maintenance plan (PM program). Fundamental Phase Action Plan

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There are seven very distinct elements or clusters to put in place in the Fundamental Phase. The elements are in a natural “make sense” order; some of them can be completed simultaneously if resources are available. The last one, “Basic Maintenance Management”, can and should be inserted at the

Chapter 6. Planned (Effective) Maintenance. Part 3

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4.4 Standardization of Maintenance Activities Since maintenance encompasses such a wide range of complex activities, from daily routine maintenance through equipment inspection and repair to corrective maintenance, good results cannot be achieved if people try to do it on their own. It is essential for each company to create

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