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“Your Trusted IT Partner”

Process Excellence

SAP PLANT MAINTENANCE

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SAP R/3 ERP

Accounting Area

Financial accounting (FI)
Controlling (CO)
Asset Accounting (FI AA)

• Human Resources

HR

Logistics

Production Planning (PP)
Materials Management (MM)
Sales and Distribution (SD)
Quality Management (QM)
Service Management (SM)
Plant Maintenance (PM)

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SAP Organizational Structure

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PM Overview

Plant Maintenance Introduction
Plant Maintenance Organization
Technical Objects
Break Down Maintenance
Corrective Maintenance
Refurbishment Of Spare Parts
Preventive Maintenance
Work Clearance Management

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Plant Maintenance Introduction

SAP Plant Maintenance automates the process of
performing facility repair and maintenance requests.
For example,. SAP records a problem that is reported,
labor and materials are planned, costs are recorded,
and then costs are settled
Plant Maintenance operates the overall maintenance
business processes and functions allows a
maintenance organization to:
Identify, document, and correct failures and
degradations of any assets for which they have
responsibility.

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Plant Maintenance Process Flow

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Plant Maintenance Process Flow
PM Process Flow

Maintenance Order

Notification

Plan

Control

Complete

Schedule

Execute

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Plant Maintenance Process Overview

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Plant Maintenance Organization

Plant Maintenance Organization
1)Overview of Processes and Available Solutions
Lifecycle of technical Asset
•Investment Planning
•Projects Definition
•Selection of Vendor
•Plant Maintenance
•External Procurement
•shutdown

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Plant Maintenance Organization

Plant Maintenance Organization

Characteristics
Classes

Equipment/Functi
onal Locations

Tasks List

Bill of Material

Maintenance
Work Centers

Cost Center

Cost Records

Maintenance
Strategies

Maintenance
Plans

Purchase Order
/Release Order

Master Data

Planning

Order Processing

Purchase
Requisition

Time
Conformation

Capacity Load

Maintenance
Order

Material Issue

Material
Reservation

Maintenance
Notifications

Goods
Receipt/Invoice
Receipt

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Plant Maintenance Organization

2) User Interface
Various methods that user connects to SAP
Power User
Sporadic User
3)Organizational Levels In Plant Maintenance
Depending on the Company Structure
Maintenance
planning is either of following type
• Plant-Based (Decentralized)
•Cross-Plant (Centralized)

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Plant Maintenance Organization

3) Organizational Levels In Plant Maintenance

Analyze Existing Company Structure
Define Maintenance Plants/Planning Plants
Assign Planning Plant/Work Center
Maintenance planner groups are assigned to
planning plants
Maintenance work centers are assigned to
maintenance plant

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Plant Based Organization Structure

Plant Based Organizational Structure

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Plant Maintenance Organization

Maintenance Plant & Planning Plant
The plant, at which the operational systems of a
company are installed, is called the maintenance
plant.
If the maintenance work is planned at this plant, the
maintenance plant is also the maintenance planning
plant.
A maintenance planning plant is the organizational
unit in which maintenance requirements are
planned.

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Plant Maintenance Organization

Maintenance Planning Plant Structure

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Plant Maintenance Organization

Planner Group
The planners within a maintenance planning plant
are defined by maintenance planner groups.

The units of capacity in Plant Maintenance are
managed as maintenance work centres in the PM
system.
The maintenance work centres are usually assigned
to the maintenance planning plant.

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Work Centers

Work center is an organizational unit where work is
carried out.
Ex: Machine, Group of machines or group of persons.
Work centres belong to the master data in PM and
provide the capacity required to perform a task.
The basic data contains general data such as work
centre category, description, responsibility, and usage
Work centers can be linked to:
Cost Centers, Positions, People

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Work Centers

Functions:

Costing : To determine the costs of an internal
activity by a product unit
Scheduling : To determine the dates when
operations should be performed.
Capacity Planning : The capacity requirements for
the operations in the orders are determined

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Technical Objects

Technical Objects
1)Functional Locations
Functional locations are elements of a technical
structure . We create Functional Structures if we want
to represent systems or operational structures within
our company according to functionality.
Create functional locations hierarchically, and can
also structure them based on the following criteria:
Spatial Ex: Buildings.
Technical Ex: Press or Press Hydraulics
Process-related Ex: Polymerization,.

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Functional Location Creation

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Functional Locations

Functional Location Structure

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Functional Locations

The main Aim of creating Functional Locations is to
Structure a technical System or building into units that
are relevant to Plant maintenance.

Functional Location Structure

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Functional Location

Structure Indicator
The identification for functional locations is
created using the structure indicator. The structure
indicator consists of two input fields:

Edit mask : The edit mask is used to control which
characters may be used for identification (letters,
numbers, or both) and how these characters are
grouped together or split.

Hierarchy levels: The hierarchy levels are used to
define which level ends at which character and how
many hierarchy levels the structure may contain.

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Functional Locations

A functional location can be identified using a maximum
of 40 characters (= maximum length of the edit mask).

Functional Location Structure

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Equipment

2)Equipment
A piece of equipment could be part of bigger technical
structures or independent
Piece of equipment is usually represented as single
object(Ex: Pumps, motors, vehicle) for which
maintenance tasks should be performed.

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Equipment

Create an equipment master record for a technical
object if: You need to manage individual data for
the object
Breakdown, prepared or preventive maintenance task
are required for an object and must be recorded
Technical data for this object must be collected and
evaluated over long periods of time
The costs of maintenance tasks for this object are
to be monitored
Record the usage time of this object at functional
locations

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Functional Locations

The time-based data can be used to monitor a piece
of equipment dynamically, that is, track changes to the
equipment over a specific period of time.

Purpose of Equipment

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Equipment

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