Discover The Goldmine in Your Maintenance Work Order System through Maintenance Work Order Analysis

Discover The Goldmine in Your Maintenance Work Order System through Maintenance Work Order Analysis

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Learn to do maintenance history analysis and release the information goldmine in your maintenance work order system. Use maintenance analysis to solve equipment reliability problem, lift maintenance performance and get better maintenance results

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In your maintenance work order system history records is a goldmine of information that will skyrocket your operation’s performance once it is liberated through maintenance work order analysis.

The second edition of ‘Discover the Goldmine in Your Maintenance Work Order System through Maintenance Work Order Analysis’ PDF book is greatly expanded from the first edition. The book shows you how to take the history collected in your maintenance work order system and refine it, then do maintenance analyse on it to liberate hugely valuable information.

With this information properly applied you can solve many of your equipment’s operating and maintenance problems. Do that and you will liberate a mountain of profit you never knew you had!

This new edition of ‘Discover the Goldmine in Your Maintenance Work Order System through Maintenance Work Order Analysis’ contains more information on simple ways to do maintenance work order analysis, including basic failure distribution curve plotting. Because of their prevalence, Weibull Analysis for parts failure and Crow-AMSAA plots for system improvements, are introduced to inform readers. We discuss details on how to improve maintenance history data collection and provide a simple equipment condition data collection sheet to use when doing maintenance work. We provide a way to timeline your maintenance history when investigating repetitive failures and we have included discussion and advice on the use and abuse of failure data. More sample spreadsheets and graphs have been added. Finally we include discussions on equipment failures, why they happen and what you need to do to improve your plant and equipment reliability.

The first edition of the book was written to explain straightforward ways to investigate the data in your maintenance management system. Even if the data was full of inconsistencies there was still great value contained in it if you spent the time to understand the messages held within the history. Since the start of the 21st Century great strides have been made in using probability and statistical techniques to analyse equipment maintenance history. Reliability engineering software is abundant and low cost. Reliability analysis can help you interrogate and understand equipment failure history. It can help you to optimise your maintenance strategy and your spares holding. Its use however requires great capability in reliability mathematics and a thorough understanding of how the plant and equipment being examined fails. Such expertise exists but it is not commonly available to most of us in industry and business.

In the second edition I have kept with the intention of the first edition to provide simple ways to analyse maintenance data that every maintainer can apply. You will need intermediate ability with spreadsheets and formula writing to develop basic graphs. Mostly you will need to understand how your plant, equipment and machines work and how they fail.

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