Maintenance, Reliability & Uptime

Get the maintenance strategy that you have always wanted

Get the maintenance strategy that you have always wanted

White paper: Maintenance for Maintenance Sake

The Challenge: Maintenance is mostly about preventative plans

Generally, the more serious your process, the more seriously you must take maintenance, as any downtime can have catastrophic consequences for both cost and safety. The cost of critical down time can be huge. It is easy to capture the purchase cost of an asset and the cost of doing planned maintenance. But what about the cost of the performance decrease due to poor maintenance or no maintenance?

The Solution: Condition and Criticality

The rise of connectivity and the lowering cost of edge data capture have changed the entire maintenance paradigm: we have moved from an era of lagging measures into one of leading and predictive measures.  By having software measure the realtime performance of equipment you really can do maintenance differently.

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Case Study: How a Spanish Edible Oils plant saved €250k+ through tech.

What our team can do for you

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Visualise Asset Performance

You are no longer tied to maintenance schedules, you can visualise performance an maintain it when it is required

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Manage Supplier Performance

By managing suppliers on whether something is actually fixed or not, you have much greater control on performance


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Manage Risk

By monitoring condition and not maintaining a schedule, you can optimise maintenance around criticality and risk


Optimised Maintenance

Optimised costs around the risk and criticality of assets

Supplier Certainty

You can now be sure of a supplier’s performance as you can see the results of their actions

Visibility of Costs

You can now see how maintenance effects performance

Reduced Risk

You can keep a close eye critical equipment that has huge consequence of failure