Predictive Data Analytics
Predictive maintenance, or condition-based maintenance, is maintenance that monitors the performance and condition of equipment during normal operation to reduce the likelihood of failures. By performing periodic (offline) or continuous (online) equipment condition monitoring, the ultimate goal of the approach is to perform maintenance at a scheduled point in time when the maintenance activity is most
As Autumn starts making its appearance, there is still time for you to review your facility’s maintenance needs before the cold weather sets in. With the change in seasons, it’s a good idea for maintenance managers to make sure their facilities are ready for the challenges and weather concerns of winter. From snow to cold
Accidents will happen. Spills, breakdowns, and fixes can’t always be planned. But planning your maintenance can help prevent some of these accidents from occurring in the first place. That’s why it’s important to come up with good Predictive and Preventive Maintenance checklists for your assets and buildings. Predictive and preventive maintenance are both planned procedures
Predictive Maintenance is based on the collection, management, and intelligent use of data. This method focuses on “asset health,” performing services and repairs based on the asset’s failure to meet prescribed performance objectives. Predictive maintenance techniques are designed to help determine the condition of in-service equipment in order to predict when maintenance should be performed. Adapting a Predictive
For most companies, maintenance represents a very significant function within the overall production and operation environment, and it is important to be up to date with the maintenance of equipment and machines. With the correct maintenance strategy, you can avoid future problems and unwanted costs, like breakdowns and costly repairs. For a maintenance manager or supervisor,
These days, many companies have an important need for maintenance software. From healthcare to manufacturing to municipalities, managing buildings and assets are vital in keeping operations running smoothly. A good maintenance program should manage maintenance work as well as provide reporting and analytics on your historical data. The two main types of maintenance management software
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Your maintenance team provides an invaluable service that keeps your facility, and your company, in order. However, employee turnover is a reality. Are they taking their expertise with them? When maintenance personnel retire or move on to new positions, they not only take knowledge of their day-to-day but knowledge of particular assets and areas of
Asset management is a key advantage of using a CMMS solution. In order to meet production and service requirements, assets must be kept at peak operating conditions. Taking the entire “operational” picture into account, managers need a robust tool such as CMMS software for asset management.  A CMMS solution becomes a guiding factor in operational
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Replacing The Spreadsheets

A large percentage of businesses around the world have relied on Excel as a maintenance management tool, despite its limited functionality in that area. Excel is handy for performing some difficult calculations and analysis, but it is severely limited compared to what CMMS software can offer. Manual systems can leave a lot of room for