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Equipment Maintenance Plan

Reduce intrusive maintenance actions while increasing equipment availability.

As part of the Equipment Maintenance Plan (EMP) development process, Allied Reliability consultants will work with your team to develop a list of preventive maintenance (PM) and predictive maintenance (PdM) tasks that are going to be performed on the asset base, frequency at which they are going to be performed, who will perform them, and how long each task will take.

The resulting EMP will be an engineered maintenance strategy based on failure modes of the component parts that replaces traditional PM activities with PdM technologies to reduce intrusive maintenance actions while increasing equipment availability.

Allied Reliability’s three-tiered approach is our unique strategy to ensure best practice implementation.

  • After the PM and PdM tasks have been assigned, 80-90% of the components are then set up as a standardized EMP.
  • For 5% up to a maximum of 20% of the components, a targeted reliability centered maintenance (RCM) analysis and/or root cause analysis (RCA) must be performed since the component is very critical or a bad actor or it has specific working conditions that have an influence on the failure modes.
  • For up to 10% of the components, a Run-to-Failure strategy will be set up.

The three-tiered EMP development process is a best practices approach that results in:

  • Quick returns based on criticality ranking
  • Preventive Maintenance Optimization
  • PdM Program design
  • Balanced PM/PdM approach
  • Accelerated EMP development

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