(Preventative saves 24% / Predictive saves 47%) when compared to Reactive Maintenance
Preventive maintenance is regular maintenance that is performed on the equipment to prevent it from breaking down.
Filtration and fluid conditioning
Oil sampling and analysis
Document system parameters and maintenance history
Inspect components (valves, gauges, actuators, hoses)
Ultraviolet dye leak detection
Predictive Maintenance or condition-based maintenance uses sensor devices to collect information about the system and components and prompts the personnel to perform maintenance at the exact moment when it’s needed.
Predictive maintenance uses presure, temperature, flow, and vibration sensor with preset warning/critical trigger points. When a trigger value is exceeded the monitoring system will email or text specifics about the system issues to the appropiate people in your company. Warning no
Reactive maintenance stands for breakdown maintenance and involves the repairs that are done to fix the equipment that is already broken.
Troubleshooting, pipe and tube fitting, installations, leak repair, replace faulty components, consulting.