• Maintenance Diagnostics

    A maintenance diagnostic is a useful tool for identifying areas for improvement in the maintenance organisation.  It plays an important role as a precursor to any improvement initiative, ensuring that improvement efforts are correctly focused and maximum return on investment can be realised.  The maintenance diagnostic comprises two elements as follows:

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  • Criticality Assessments

    Due to their large number of maintainable assets, most companies need to ration RCM resources to those areas that can benefit most from analysis.  The criticality assessment plays an important role in helping to establish the implementation plan and focus RCM resources where the benefit will be most felt.  The results can also be used for prioritising work orders.

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  • Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM2)

    Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM2), is the worlds leading maintenance task development methodology from the Aladon Network. Asset Dynamics Asia is an Aladon RCM2 licensee and has a long track record of successful analyses and implementations.

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  • FMEA

    Many organizations face resource constraints that prevent them from applying RCM2 to all their significant assets in a timely fashion. Despite this, responsible asset managers must find a way to address their asset maintenance program shortcomings within a reasonable timeframe. This has prompted the need for a complementary structured methodology that is faster and less resource intensive.

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  • Maintenance Optimisation

    Maintenance Optimisation is a analytical approach used to critique alternative maintenance strategies and asset configurations to arrive at an optimised solution.  The approach makes use of advanced analytical tools to model asset performance and simulate alternatives.

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  • Spares Optimisation

    Maintenance spare parts are held to support planned maintenance tasks and to avoid or mitigate the risks associated with stockouts.  For critical equipment, stockouts can result in lengthy asset downtime and production losses while spare parts are being replenished.

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