Where traditional maintenance management programs rely on routine servicing of all machinery and fast response to unexpected failures, a predictive maintenance program schedules specific maintenance tasks as they are actually preventing and extending equipment life usefulness.
To understand a predictive maintenance management program, traditional management techniques
should first be considered in order to understand machine failures
When a machine breaks down, fix it. The “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” method of maintaining plant machinery
has been a major part of plant maintenance operations.
To provide the insight of why equipment breakdown
To understand the real objective of maintenance
Define why equipment deteriorate
How to use the time base schedule maintenance
How to use the condition base predictive maintenance
Strategize for zero unplanned equipment failures.
Participant will be exposed how to approach the zero-breakdown strategy
Gained proper strategy to achieve zero failure
Increase the productive, reduce the breakdown
Who Should Attend
Quality Assurance, Quality Control, Production, Process, Managers, Executives, Engineers, Supervisors, Technicians and anyone who would like to improve their knowledge in Maintenance.
Also, for those who are in operations would like to acquire an understanding of how the quality of the maintenance activities affects their equipment functions if wrong type of elements used.
Module 1: Objectives of Equipment Maintenance
Module 2: Types of Maintenance Strategies
Module 3: Maintain Basic Equipment Condition
Module 4: Systematic Preventive Maintenance
Module 5: Step by Step Implementing Schedule Maintenance
Module 6: Predictive Maintenance
Module 7: Predictive Maintenance Technique