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“Do You Know The Real Costs Of The Maintenance Category You Are Currently Using?”
The path to equipment reliability requires:
Understanding where you are now?
Where do you want to be?
How and when will you get there?
There are four basic Maintenance Concepts:UNPLANNED
A conscious decision to do nothing until failure
Extreme To High CostsPREVENTIVE
Change parts and fluids on a schedule
High To Moderate CostsPREDICTIVE
Anticipate rather than react
Good Cost ReductionHybrid
Best of preventive and predictive
Most Efficient Cost Reduction
Where are you now?
Do you have a plan?
What are your short-term goals?
What is your current cost?
Is the plan realistic and doable?
What tools will you use?
Do you have vendor support and help?
How you measure success can be based upon what constitutes success in your program. The possibility of real reduction inthe cost for maintenance (parts and labor), energy, downtime, and scrap. Another advantage, could be improvements orincreases in production time, equipment availability, safety, and/or overall fluid life.
“Applying Maximum Equipment Life And Reliability As The Ultimate Goal”
A conscious decision to do nothing until failure!
Very High Maintenance CostShort Component LifeReactive Maintenance•
Minor problems progress to failure
Fix it when it breaks
No time for failure analysis
Catastrophic repair cost
No historical data to learn from
High energy cost
High inventory parts