Manufacturing organizations everywhere struggle with the challenge of providing operational capacity for their organization. Maintenance endeavors to achieve this by increasing the reliability of the equipment or process through effective Preventive Maintenance and effective material and labor budget utilization. The best way to achieve these efforts is through effective planning and scheduling. Qualified Planner/Schedulers in a proactive, mature, structured and disciplined maintenance organization can greatly impact the success of meeting these challenges. CMMS software aims for effective maintenance planning, scheduling and breakdown analysis.
The main objective of the solution is to provide a comprehensive, easy to use, universal maintenance solution which can be implemented at any level. CMMS software has been successfully running in numerous organizations, providing a highly efficient maintenance solution, reducing downtime and ensuring high productivity of the manufacturing units.
Now you can do preventive maintenance (PM) and safety inspections on time, every time. Create preventive and scheduled maintenance work orders from your templates and trigger them by any combination of date, time, meter readings, alarms or events. You can even nest your PM tasks and schedules for maximum efficiency. Complete with tasks, priorities and notifications so you can do the right maintenance at the right time.
Breakdown Maintenance helps to build right root cause analysis and develop better maintenance schedules. Breakdown Maintenance is a repair that is done when equipment has already broken down. This maintenance focuses on restoring the equipment to its normal operating condition. The broken-down equipment is returned to working within service specifications by replacing or repairing faulty parts and components.
Corrective maintenance is any maintenance performed to return equipment to proper working order. Depending on the context of its use, it may refer to maintenance due to a breakdown or maintenance identified through a condition monitoring program. Corrective maintenance is a maintenance task performed to identify, isolate and rectify a fault so that the failed equipment, machine or system can be restored to an operational condition within the tolerances or limits established for in-service operations. It can be either planned or unplanned. The process of corrective maintenance begins with a diagnosis of the failure to determine why it occurred. The diagnostic process can include: