A Preventative Maintenance program plays an important role in assisting your manufacturing personnel with minimizing unexpected machine downtime. This allows your production managers to make informed decisions associated with production schedules as a result of planned maintenance service and ultimately expected machine uptime.
When deciding to implement a Preventative Maintenance program, it is important to know that almost any Preventative Maintenance program can take on many different forms and functions. That is why we work with you to define the scope of your Preventative Maintenance program and tailoring it to your specific needs.
At the time of service, we document your machine details for future reference, as well as create a detailed Preventative Maintenance procedure for your specific machine. This data is provided to you in hard copy and electronic format as well as our records for any future verification needs.
Don’t write off the need for a preventative maintenance program just because you have older machines. A large portion of our service calls are directly related to lubrication, drive belt or electrical failures–all of which would have been be addressed on even the most basic of Preventative Maintenance schedules.