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Across industry, many definitions are used when it comes to the different types of maintenance. As far as I am concerned terminology is not important. Other than making sure we are talking about the same thing. As long as we can sensibly talk about the underlying principles.
While many maintenance programs use a bit of both, there are several differences between predictive maintenance and preventive maintenance. Preventive maintenance has involved inspecting and performing maintenance on machinery, regardless of whether the equipment was in need of maintenance. Preventive maintenance can be defined as follows: actions performed on a time- or machine-run-based schedule that detect, preclude, or mitigate degradation of a component or system with the aim of sustaining or extending its useful life through controlling degradation to an acceptable level. The U. Navy pioneered preventive maintenance as
The theory behind preventive maintenance is to take regular steps to prevent problems before they occur. Preventive maintenance has several characteristics:. Essentially, preventive maintenance is a collection of best practices and averages that zeroes in on an identified interval that gives you the best odds of catching issues before they start. It continues to be practiced because it is highly effective for many organizations. Like preventive maintenance, it is a proactive approach.
Both preventive maintenance and predictive maintenance are designed to increase the reliability of assets and reduce the amount of reactivity to failures.
Preventive maintenance or preventative maintenance is maintenance that is regularly performed on a piece of equipment to lessen the likelihood of it failing. It is performed while the equipment is still working so that it does not break down unexpectedly. In terms of the complexity of this maintenance strategy, it falls between reactive or run-to-failure maintenance and predictive maintenance. Preventive maintenance can be scheduled on a time or usage based trigger. A typical example of a time-based preventive maintenance trigger is a regular inspection on a critical piece of equipment that would severely impact production in the event of a breakdown.
Equipment maintenance planning in field service companies normally takes hours. You need to know what the parts are, and when and where they should be serviced. Even if tasks for technicians are scheduled, unplanned or emergency repairs may be required, and the plan will need immediate changes. All failures and changes result in unnecessary costs for you and your client. As a result, you will reduce repair-related costs, show your clients that you meet equipment maintenance agreements, and ensure their business continuity without unnecessary downtime.
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