Predictive Maintenance Techniques

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Introduction

Traditionally scheduled preventive maintenance made inroads in the 1950s’s as an effective tool to eliminate equipment breakdown. Being a time based maintenance concept (TBM), scheduled preventive maintenance cannot pinpoint the actual point of deterioration because preventive maintenance either happens earlier or too late in regards to deterioration failures. Modern equipment maintenance classify this as early or late preventive maintenance or commonly known as reactive maintenance.

An effective and very scientific method to exactly pinpoint the deteriorating condition during which a restoration must be done so that a breakdown can be eliminated is very much in need. To achieve this, a proactive maintenance concept that eliminates failure before it breaks down is critically needed.

This programme is designed to give participants an insight of the latest approaches in predictive maintenance.

How Will You Benefit

Upon completion of this program, the participants will be able to:

  • Have a clearer understanding on the real objective of performing equipment maintenance
  • Have better understand what leads to equipment breakdown
  • Identify the five reasons for failure
  • Better equip to predict a failure in the making
  • Know how to identify the potential before real breakdowns occur
  • Be familiar with simple effective and non-sophisticated methods of identifying potentials
  • Learn how to use electric and electronic gadgets to monitor potential breakdowns way before it really occurs

Who Should Attend

This course is specially designed for Maintenance Engineers / Managers / Leaders, Production & Manufacturing Engineers, Plant Engineers, Equipment Engineers, Equipment Improvement Personnel, Technical Managers, Senior Maintenance Technicians, Technical Professionals & Managers that are keen to learn innovative maintenance concepts.

Level : Engineers and above

Methodology

Interactive lectures, explanations, case studies, discussion, group sessions and Q & A

Module

  • OBJECTIVES OF EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
  • TYPE OF EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
  • PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE
  • PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE TECHNIQUE : PART I
  • PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE TECHNIQUE : PART II
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 Predictive-Maintenance-Techniques-HRDF-Trainings

Introduction

Traditionally scheduled preventive maintenance made inroads in the 1950s’s as an effective tool to eliminate equipment breakdown. Being a time based maintenance concept (TBM), scheduled preventive maintenance cannot pinpoint the actual point of deterioration because preventive maintenance either happens earlier or too late in regards to deterioration failures. Modern equipment maintenance classify this as early or late preventive maintenance or commonly known as reactive maintenance.

An effective and very scientific method to exactly pinpoint the deteriorating condition during which a restoration must be done so that a breakdown can be eliminated is very much in need. To achieve this, a proactive maintenance concept that eliminates failure before it breaks down is critically needed.

This programme is designed to give participants an insight of the latest approaches in predictive maintenance.

How Will You Benefit

Upon completion of this program, the participants will be able to:

  • Have a clearer understanding on the real objective of performing equipment maintenance
  • Have better understand what leads to equipment breakdown
  • Identify the five reasons for failure
  • Better equip to predict a failure in the making
  • Know how to identify the potential before real breakdowns occur
  • Be familiar with simple effective and non-sophisticated methods of identifying potentials
  • Learn how to use electric and electronic gadgets to monitor potential breakdowns way before it really occurs

Who Should Attend

This course is specially designed for Maintenance Engineers / Managers / Leaders, Production & Manufacturing Engineers, Plant Engineers, Equipment Engineers, Equipment Improvement Personnel, Technical Managers, Senior Maintenance Technicians, Technical Professionals & Managers that are keen to learn innovative maintenance concepts.

Level : Engineers and above

Methodology

Interactive lectures, explanations, case studies, discussion, group sessions and Q & A

Module

  • OBJECTIVES OF EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
  • TYPE OF EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
  • PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE
  • PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE TECHNIQUE : PART I
  • PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE TECHNIQUE : PART II

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P. Balachandran
Biodata: P. Balachandran has over 18 years of experience in manufacturing and 16 years in training. He has First Class Diploma in Electrical / Electronic Engineering; Advanced Certification in Electrical Power from City & Guild (Equivalent to Electrical Engineer) and Certification in Industrial Electronics and Micro Processor. He started his career in Motorola Malaysia before moving on to Motorola Semiconductor as an Equipment Maintenance to Equipment Engineer and lastly as a Section Head for Production Unit. He has also worked in Thomson Audio Electronics, Muar as a Production Manager and subsequently as a Training & Education Manager with Samsung Electron Devices, Seremban. He specializes in Equipment Maintenance, Manufacturing and Training and has conducted more than 300 training sessions covering more than 15,000 participants both in-house and public programs in last 15 years. Currently he is one of the most prominent Maintenance Consultants for theoretical and subject matter expertise. He also specializes in TPM. His had vast experience both hands on and conceptual training makes him a valuable resource person for maintenance development in the manufacturing and service sector. He was also invited to speak in Universities and in maintenance Seminar's and also trains maintenance staff in hospital. His consultancy projects are Improved Hydro Electric Power Production, 5S manufacturing Facility, Poka Yoke, among others.

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