Discrete Manufacturing

Manufacturing is one of the most core industries in any economy. The equipment required to run a manufacturing plant is expensive to replace and costly when it goes down. Replacing what becomes maintenance in reactive mode with a preventive maintenance program will give you more control of the plant and the failures that occur. Implementing a maintenance management solution for your locations, equipment and machinery can be one of the best decisions you make as a maintenance manager. The benefits to implementing a CMMS are numerous and specific to each organization. If there are any equipment failures or downtime, you can use the CMMS to create a asset downtime report or to figure out your mean time between failures.

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Using Maintenance Connection’s simple, easy-to-use web-based application can help your manufacturing plant extend asset life, track maintenance costs, prevent and predict equipment failures, improve labor productivity, reduce costly downtimes, minimize investments in inventory, and lower the total cost of maintenance.

Manufacturing firms can set up maintenance procedures and preventive maintenance schedules for facilities and equipment such as the following:

  • Material Loaders
  • Packaging Equipment
  • Cooling Equipment
  • Robotics
  • Grinders
  • Heat Transfer Equipment
  • Automation Systems
  • Heavy Machinery
  • Power Control/Generators
  • Metal Fabrication Systems
  • Pumps
  • Electrical Panels
  • Turbines
  • Material Handlers
  • Controllers