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Universal Truths Ahead:

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If an organization is in reactive maintenance and management decided they need to move to proactive maintenance, one must ask themselves the question, “How hard is it to move from Reactive to Proactive Maintenance?”.  Changing from reactive to proactive maintenance requires a total different way of thinking, executing, and managing asset [...]

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The P-F Interval Made Simple

As explained by: Ricky Smith, CMRP

The Conversation Begins!

In the world of Maintenance and Reliability one may read information which sometimes becomes a little confusing. I wanted to provide a simple understanding of the P-F Curve and how [...]

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Prior to the beginning of the maintenance day shift:

The maintenance planner’s day starts before the regular maintenance day shift in order to review the work orders that came in over night.  The planner will make an estimate of the man-hours, number of personnel and craft types needed for any emergency work orders [...]

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“Leave a Legacy”

Respect and Humility are attributes the Best Maintenance and Reliability Managers in the world all have in common. This has been my observation of hundreds of maintenance and reliability organizations around the world. I am not saying these maintenance or reliability organizations are the best in the world. All I can say [...]

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“PM Procedures are not Built to Stand Alone – Without Effective Replacement / Restoration Procedures Failures will Continue”

In the field of maintenance the traditional approach has been to rely upon the intuitive knowledge and skill of the crafts-persons who conduct it. There is a great deal of pride of workmanship and, [...]

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“Tired of Fighting Hydraulic System Failures?”

Lack of maintenance of hydraulic systems is the leading cause of component and system failure yet most maintenance personnel don’t understand proper maintenance techniques of a hydraulic system. The basic foundation to perform proper maintenance on a hydraulic system [...]

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Proactive Maintenance Foundational Requirement # 1 –  “Striking the Right Balance Between PM and PdM”

Having the right balance between PM and PdM is key to successful identification of proactive work. Identify how the PF Curve works with Proactive Maintenance vs Reactive Maintenance . The early detection of a defect on [...]

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 By John Day, PE – Engineering and Maintenance Manager for Alumax Mt Holly 1979-1998

 

INTRODUCTION

Alumax of South Carolina is an aluminum smelter that produces in excess of 180,000 MT of primary aluminum each year.  It began operation in 1980 after a 2-year construction phase.  The plant is the last greenfield aluminum [...]

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MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT PHILOSOPHY  -1979

Alumax Mt Holly

by John Day PE, Maintenance and Engineering Manager

(1 of 3 plants worldwide ever to be certified as ”World Class Maintenance”)

Alumax of SC began development of the maintenance management concept with [...]

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