ISBN-10:
1556175337
ISBN-13:
9781556175336
Pub. Date:
01/01/1995
Publisher:
ISA
Preventive Maintenance / Edition 2

Preventive Maintenance / Edition 2

by Joseph D. Patton

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ISBN-13: 9781556175336
Publisher: ISA
Publication date: 01/01/1995
Edition description: Older Edition
Pages: 202
Product dimensions: 6.30(w) x 9.45(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Preface and Acknowledgementsxi
Chapter 1.Major Types of Maintenance1
Improvement Maintenance
Corrective Maintenance
Preventive Maintenance
Summary
Chapter 2.Advantages and Disadvantages5
Advantages
Management Control
Overtime
Work Load
Summary
Chapter 3.Designing a PM Program13
Failure Data
Improving Equipment Reliability
Improvement Process
Failures That Can Be Prevented
Chapter 4.Economics of PM29
Benefit Versus Costs
Chapter 5.Nondestructive Inspection43
Human Senses
Thresholds
Chapter 6.On-Condition Maintenance53
Chapter 7.Condition Monitoring Prediction59
Web-based Condition Monitoring
Chapter 8.Scheduled Preventive Maintenance67
Chapter 9.Lubrication71
Chapter 10.Calibration79
Standards
Inspection Intervals
Control Records
Chapter 11.Data and Information83
Organizing Data
Range
Cumulative Distribution
Mean, Mode, and Median
Graphics
Standard Deviation
Log-Normal Distribution
Confidence Interval
Risk, Certainty, and Uncertainty
Moving Average
Weighted Averages
Sampling
Chapter 12.Planning and Estimating97
Estimating Time
Estimating Labor Cost
Estimating Materials
Feedback from Actual
Chapter 13.Shutdown Planning105
Critical Path
Coordination
Chapter 14.Scheduling109
Prioritizing
Coordination with Production
Opportunity PM
Assuring Completion
Chapter 15.Computerized PM Systems115
Computer Aids for PM
Work Orders
Fixed Interval Scheduling
Condition Monitoring and On-condition Maintenance
Computerized PM Scheduling
Resource Coordination
Chapter 16.PM Metrics127
Chapter 17.Motivation133
Production/Maintenance Cooperation
Effectiveness
Chapter 18.Implementing a New PM Program137
Objectives and Goals
Plans
Chapter 19.Special Concerns141
Parts Availability
Repairable Parts
Detailed Procedures
Quality Assurance
Avoiding Callbacks
Repairs at PM
Data Gathering
Summary
True or False Questions149
Answers177
Selected Readings181
Index183

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