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Maintenance Fundamentals, 2nd Edition

Maintenance Fundamentals, 2nd Edition

Maintenance Fundamentals, 2nd Edition,No matter which industry a company is a part of, its profitability, like its products, is driven by the reliability and performance of its plant(s). The fundamentals for maintenance found in this volume are applicable to a multitude of industries: power, process, materials, manufacturing, transportation, communication, and many others. This book shows the engineer how to select, install, maintain, and troubleshoot critical plant machinery, equipment, and systems.

NEW to this edition: New material includes a chapter on inspections, providing practical guidelines for effective visual inspections, the key to effective preventive maintenance. Also included in the revision will be multiple chapters on equipment, such as pumps, compressors, and fans.

You can also Read Advances in Ground-Source Heat Pump Systems

Maintenance Fundamentals, 2nd Edition content

  • Impact of MaintenanceMaintenance Fundamentals
  • Fundamental Requirements of Effective Preventive Maintenance
  • Designing a Preventive Maintenance Program
  • Planning and Scheduling
  • Scheduled Preventive Maintenance
  • Maintenance Engineering Roles and Responsibilities
  • Shaft Alignment
  • Rotor Balancing
  • Bearings
  • Couplings
  • Gears and Gearboxes
  • Compressors
  • Control Valves
  • Conveyors
  • Fans, Blowers, and Fluidizers
  • Dust Collectors
  • Pumps
  • Steam Traps
  • Performance Measurement and Management
  • Glossary
  • Index

Few plants use a true run-to-failure management philosophy. In almost all instances, plants perform basic preventive tasks (i.e., lubrication, machine adjustments, and other adjustments) even in a run-to-failure environment. How-ever, in this type of management, machines and other plant equipment are not rebuilt nor are any major repairs made until the equipment fails to operate.

The major expenses associated with this type of maintenance management are:(1) high spare parts inventory cost, (2) high overtime labor costs, (3) high machine downtime, and (4) low production availability. Since there is no attempt to anticipate maintenance requirements, a plant that uses true run-to-failure management must be able to react to all possible failures within the plant. This reactive method of management forces the maintenance department to maintain extensive spare parts inventories that include spare machines or at least all major components for all critical equipment in the plant. The alternative is to rely on equipment vendors that can provide immediate delivery of all required spare parts. Even if the latter is possible, premiums for expedited delivery substantially increase the costs.



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