Definition Maintenance DIN 31051
Combination of all technical and administrative measures as well as management measures during the life cycle of a unit of consideration to maintain the functional state or return to it so that it can fulfil the required function.
Maintenance can be completely subdivided into the basic measures of maintenance, inspection, repair and improvement.
Measures to delay the wear of machinery and equipment
Measures for determining and assessing existing wear and tear on machinery and equipment
Measures for restoring machines and systems to the targeted condition
Measures to improve the current situation
In order to increase plant availability and reduce operating costs, “integrated maintenance management systems” with the following focal points will be integrated:
Goal: TPM (TOTAL PRODUCTIVE MAINTENANCE)
The aim of most companies is to make profit in order to secure and expand the company on the market and to meet the requirements of shareholders and employees.
Companies of all sorts are particularly successful if they utilise their resources such as know-how, machines and plants, brands and patents and, most importantly, their employees, as efficiently as possible.
TPM is a matter of integrated maintenance management. Many companies today understand TPM as a manual for cleaning machines.
But if TPM is understood as a comprehensive management system to increase the competitiveness of a company, it is necessary to define the goal clearly.
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