Total Productive Maintenance: Proven Strategies and Techniques to Keep Equipment Running at Maximum Efficiency by Steven Borris offers complete guidelines to establish and stop expensive tools breakdowns before they occur with TPM. This outcomes-oriented guide is the end result of thirty years’ actual-world, manufacturing unit ground experience.
Short on principle and lengthy on apply, this resource supplies maintenance engineers and supervisors with a solid framework for operational strategies together with day-to-day management and coaching methods that allow them to establish and address issues earlier than they occur. It also offers examples and case studies.
Arranged in a logical, consumer-friendly format, this text reveals readers how you can define and evaluate their existing packages to integrate them with reliability centered maintenance and time and condition based maintenance. The writer additionally gives a wealth of sensible case-studies, and action plans for solving on regular basis maintenance problems.
You learn to determine and address major gear-associated issues, incorporate proven strategies and methods for implementation, accomplish precise TPM implementation with measurable results and combine TPM with other maintenance management programs.
Author additionally describes key concepts of Lean Manufacturing, challenges the view that maintenance is no more than a function that operates in the background and only seems when needed. The objective of TPM is to engender a sense of joint accountability between supervision, operators and maintenance staff, not simply to maintain machines working smoothly, but in addition to extend and optimize their performance overall. The results are proving to be remarkable.
Total Productive Maintenance: Proven Strategies and Techniques to Keep Equipment Running at Maximum Efficiency [Hardcover]
McGraw-Hill Professional; 1 edition (December 31, 2005)