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What does it Preventive maintenance ?
Scheduled maintenance for machinery and equipment that can cause malfunction.
what it include ?
– Lubrication and oil changes
– Adjustments and repairs
– Inspecting and replacing parts,
– Partial or complete overhauls that are regularly scheduled
What Are the Benefits of Preventive Maintenance?
- Prolonged life of company equipment
- Less unplanned downtime caused by equipment failure
- Less unnecessary maintenance and inspections
- Fewer errors in day-to-day operations
- Improved reliability of equipment
- Fewer expensive repairs caused by unexpected equipment failure that must be fixed quickly
- Reduced risk of injury
What is corrective maintenance?
Corrective maintenance is any maintenance performed to return equipment to proper working order.
When it happens ?
Depending on the context of its use it may refer to it Could happen to maintain an equipment due to a breakdown, or due to problem identified through a condition monitoring program.
Types of Corrective Maintenance
Corrective maintenance performed due to a breakdown could be either
- Planned corrective maintenance
- Unplanned corrective maintenance
Could be due to an breakdown not stopped by preventative maintenance, or a breakdown due to a lack of a maintenance plan (this is the same as reactive maintenance), like reactive maintenance it is much more costly than planned maintenance.
What is predictive maintenance?
The aim of predictive maintenance (PdM) is first to predict when equipment failure might occur, and secondly, to prevent the occurrence of the failure by performing maintenance.
How it Saves costs ?
This brings several cost savings:
- minimizing the time the equipment is being maintained
- minimizing the production hours lost to maintenance, and
- minimizing the cost of spare parts and supplies.
What is it Suitable for ?
Applications that are suitable for predictive maintenance include those that:
- have a critical operational function
- have failure modes that can be cost-effectively predicted with regular monitoring
What is it Unsuitable for ?
Unsuitable applications for predictive maintenance include those that:
- do not serve a critical function
- do not have a failure mode that can be cost-effectively predicted
Advantages of predictive maintenance
Compared with preventive maintenance, predictive maintenance: ensures that a piece of equipment requiring maintenance is only shut down right before imminent failure. This reduces the total time and cost spent maintaining equipment.
Disadvantages of predictive maintenance
Compared with preventive maintenance, the cost of the condition monitoring equipment needed for predictive maintenance is often high. The skill level and experience required to accurately interpret condition monitoring data is also high. Combined, these can mean that condition monitoring has a high upfront cost. Some companies engage condition monitoring contractors to minimize the upfront costs of a condition monitoring program.