• Advanced Spare Parts Management
  • Applied Reliability Engineering for Operating Plant and Equipment
  • Bearings and Lubrication
  • Computerized Maintenance Management Systems
  • Improving Rotating Equipment Reliability and Machinery Health
  • Maintenance Planning, Estimating and Scheduling
  • Mastering Root Cause Failure Analysis
  • Maximum Life Cycle Profit Maintenance and Reliability
  • Modernizing Your Maintenance Storeroom
  • People and Spare Parts Management
  • Precision Maintenance Reliability
  • Preventive and Predictive Maintenance
  • Pumps and Pumping Systems
  • Reliability Centered Maintenance
  • Reliability Engineering for Operating Plant
  • Total Productive Maintenance
  • World-Class Engineering Asset Management
  • Zero Breakdown Maintenance
  • Zero Breakdown Program Thru Risk Based Inspection

Maintenance plays an important role in the effectiveness of manufacturing and it is considered the “health care” of our manufacturing machines and equipment. It is very important to get the best productivity from a company’s equipment, run an efficient, continuous manufacturing operation, business, or service operation. The purpose of regular maintenance is to ensure that all equipment required for production is operating at 100% efficiency at all times.

Cost of regular maintenance. The cost of regular maintenance is very small when it is compared to the real cost of a major breakdown at which time there is no production. A machine’s breakdown true cost is more than just the maintenance labor and materials to make the repair and it is estimated to be between four to fifteen times the maintenance costs. The cost of downtime itself has a big impact on profitability. If equipment starts to wear, it is possible to start producing parts with unacceptable quality and not know it for a long time. Eventually, machine wear will seriously affect not only productivity but also product quality.