Home
 > search for

Featured Documents related to »  planned maintenance schedule

Maintenance Scheduling 101
Many organizations have tried to address their maintenance scheduling woes by introducing new and sometimes very advanced technologies. The reality is that

planned maintenance schedule  scheduling and execution of planned maintenance work is an imposing challenge. I, too, was a skeptic. I had seen my maintenance organization fall into a quagmire of never-ending emergency work and we were constantly struggling to keep our heads above water. Scheduling planned work seemed like a distant planet. But this was about to change. A new maintenance manager was hired and his first decree was that planned preventive maintenance (PM) work was going to be the order of the day. When creating weekly Read More...
CMMS – EAM
Enterpise asset management (EAM) solutions support maintenance management tasks. Asset management systems typically enable planning, controlling, and monitoring of physical asset events. ...
Start evaluating software now
Country:

 Security code
Already have a TEC account? Sign in here.
 
Don't have a TEC account? Register here.

Documents related to » planned maintenance schedule


Reliability Driven Maintenance--Closing the CMMS
The metric of plant maintenance should now be in the ability of the plant to meet the strategic goals of the company beyond customarily expected cost savings

planned maintenance schedule  downtime, which is a planned shutdown of equipment or a plant to perform maintenance (or to adjust to softening demand). To that end, the concept of CMMS was introduced, and these systems have since been used to bring efficiency to maintenance. For more info on the capabilities of CMMS, see CMMS: A Tutorial . A central concept of CMMS is preventive maintenance , which are the activities, including adjustments, replacements, and basic cleanliness that supposedly forestall machine breakdowns. The purpose Read More...
How to Choose a Service and Maintenance Application
If you’re not using a service and maintenance application, you may have reached the point where manual systems no longer support the pace of business. Where to

planned maintenance schedule  Do you have multiple planned maintenance tasks in a single schedule for instance, one set of tasks for a 5,000-mile service and another set for a 10,000-mile service? Are your service intervals based on meter readings or other measurements, such as time since last service ? Do you set response times on equipment to be serviced? Do you create miscellaneous equipment when serial numbers are not known? Employees Do you link employees to work groups? Do you track cost and billing rates? Do you track Read More...
Computerized Maintenance Management Systems: A Tutorial Part One: Challenges and Features
Companies are looking for more areas to squeeze savings out of operations. One such area that may be fertile ground to explore is equipment maintenance. The

planned maintenance schedule  demand is equipment downtime, planned or otherwise. A CMMS provides equipment and tool state modeling, planning and scheduling, performance analysis, preventive maintenance, and paperless operation to maximize needed equipment reliability. And it's not getting any easier. In push industries, like process manufacturing, you need to react nimbly to changes in the marketplace and the needs for your customers. Equipment outage means lost opportunity, lost revenue, and lost customers. Automation has increased Read More...
Benchmarking ERP in SMB
Many small companies have limited resources to devote to the implementation and maintenance of enterprise resource planning (ERP). Fortunately, the price

planned maintenance schedule  This is actually a planned strategy for many of these companies. The most often cited reason amongst small companies is uncertainty over the quality of the new release (56%). This statistic is far more prevalent in these smaller companies in spite of the fact that although some are running ERP packages developed and sold by small aspiring ERP solution vendors, a lot of these companies are running many of the same ERP packages as their larger cousins. Aberdeen would contend this uncertainty over quality Read More...
Application Development and Maintenance Services
Luxoft divides its services into two groups: standard and premium. Its standard services include application development and maintenance; product engineering

planned maintenance schedule  Development and Maintenance Services Luxoft divides its services into two groups: standard and premium. Its standard services include application development and maintenance; product engineering; embedded systems development; software quality assurance; and IT infrastructure management. Luxoft premium services include architecture consulting; security consulting; performance services; and process consulting. Read More...
Lean Asset Management--Is Preventive Maintenance Anti-Lean?
How can we determine the right maintenance strategy for a specific asset? To meet the objectives of lean, we need to evaluate the cost of failure in terms of

planned maintenance schedule  a strategy to avoid unplanned downtime. Preventive maintenance uses time-based rules to determine when a specific maintenance task should be performed to avoid unplanned downtime. The unit of time is days, weeks, or months or a number of cycles of the asset (every 100,000 pieces, for example). Preventive maintenance has proven that it can lower unplanned downtime. But, applying the principles of lean tells us that unnecessary maintenance is waste. Just like inventory not needed at this time is waste, Read More...
Will User Enterprises Ever Get onto an Easy (Support and Maintenance) Street?
Vendors' traditional pricing strategies aren't going to work much longer. Sooner or later, prices will be determined by what the market is ready to bear rather

planned maintenance schedule  User Enterprises Ever Get onto an Easy (Support and Maintenance) Street? A series of articles published at the end of 2005 highlighted at great length a conundrum on price per value that has long affected enterprise application vendors and their users. Specifically, while vendors would like to have well-oiled business models that promote stable and recurring revenue streams (which in turn would ensure future product and service enhancements), users favor freedom of choice (in terms of which vendors Read More...
10 Pitfalls to Avoid when Selecting a CMMS/EAM
As you look for ways to get the most out of your existing operating assets, enterprise asset management (EAM) and computerized maintenance management system

planned maintenance schedule  the importance of a planned environment. Proper planning is a necessary condition for achieving maximum benefit from the notification and workflow functionality. Advanced planning features include the ability to: create multiple job plans for each asset/component implement multiple triggers for preventive and condition-based maintenance, establish indicators for real-time monitoring of energy consumption and emission levels, calculate and record asset criticality, and conduct real-time trend analysis for Read More...
Collaborative Asset Maintenance Strategies-Redefining the Roles of Product Manufacturers and Operators in the Service Chain
In asset-intensive industries, the reliability of capital assets is essential to success. Maintenance of these assets can dramatically impact the overall

planned maintenance schedule  Asset Maintenance Strategies-Redefining the Roles of Product Manufacturers and Operators in the Service Chain In asset-intensive industries, the reliability of capital assets is essential to success. Maintenance of these assets can dramatically impact the overall performance and useful life of an asset. Accordingly, asset owner–operators and asset service providers are continually trying to improve their maintenance practices—which is why they’re deploying key strategies and Read More...
Top Ten Steps to CMMS Deployment Success
This paper examines the roadblocks to a successful computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) implementation, including user adoption and training, as

planned maintenance schedule  Ten Steps to CMMS Deployment Success This paper examines the roadblocks to a successful computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) implementation, including user adoption and training, as well as the ten steps organizations must take to reap all the benefits of their new CMMS solution. Instead of scrambling to put out fires, staff will be able to focus on maintenance, all with a properly implemented CMMS. Read More...
eMaint X3
eMaint's state-of-the-art X3 CMMS system can be tailored to meet the exact specifications of any maintenance, facilities or operations department and saves

planned maintenance schedule  X3 eMaint's state-of-the-art X3 CMMS system can be tailored to meet the exact specifications of any maintenance, facilities or operations department and saves companies valuable time and money by better organizing, planning and managing maintenance activities. The results: less equipment downtime, greater return on assets, and improved efficiency, productivity and profitability. Read More...
The Best Gets Better: Automated Disk Maintenance
Most operating systems use logical file systems optimized for traditional magnetic hard disk drives (HDD). As a result, users adopting newer solid state drive

planned maintenance schedule  Best Gets Better: Automated Disk Maintenance Most operating systems use logical file systems optimized for traditional magnetic hard disk drives (HDD). As a result, users adopting newer solid state drive (SSD) technology often see poor write-speed performance caused by free space fragmentation. Learn how new automatic disk maintenance technologies can improve SSD performance and extend the life of SSD devices by minimizing free space fragmentation. Read More...
An ERP Vendor Poised to Overtake the Services Market
Companies in the services industry need both asset and field services management, but current integrated asset and field services maintenance systems often fail

planned maintenance schedule  ERP Vendor Poised to Overtake the Services Market As the US and European markets continue to drive away from manufacturing toward a more services-centric model, the twin factors of workforce mobility and inherent “change” that are tied to people-based industries have spawned a host of new technologies, software applications, and support structures. Simple customer relationship management (CRM) strategies have birthed new wired and wireless field services management, remote asset management, and Read More...

Recent Searches
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Others