Maintenance, Reliability and Uptime
Have you always wanted to do condition-based maintenance?
Why not have the maintenance strategy that you have always wanted and move away from planned preventative maintenance to condition based maintenance.
Increase in critical uptime
Saving in maintenance costs
Real-time visibility of supplier performance
Maintenance for Maintenance Sake
Maintenance is mostly about preventative plans
For years we have been talking about the new paradigm for managing assets better, to get better life-cycle costing, yet not much has really changed. Sure, some businesses do it better than others. There is definitely a range in how seriously people take it: from “mend it when it breaks” at one end, to comprehensive and detailed maintenance schedules and automatic fault detection at the other. Generally, the more serious your process, the more seriously you have to take maintenance as any downtime can have catastrophic consequences to both cost and safety. But even then, most manufacturing and industrial companies are, at best, in a place of planned preventative maintenance schedules. And normally for good reason; partially because it has always worked that way and partially because doing it any differently didn’t make sense. When it costs $5,000 to put a sensor on something it is cheaper to have someone look at it regularly.
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.
The solution lets you:
How we saved a plant €250k+ through tech
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