Plant wide maintenance tracking to optimise plant up time
AssetMaster provides a method of recording information on all
site equipment to be used as an aid to planned /
unplanned maintenance. It also provides a means of storing
supplier information and sub-assemblies in stores.
If linked to an AutoPilot4Feed control system, equipment run
times and other totals such as the number of times a certain item
has been started can be updated automatically; therefore
maintenance schedules are updated too. If there's no link to
a control system these totals can be manually updated.
AssetMaster also provides a reporting system of useful information
such as the current maintenance schedule showing maintenance
jobs that are due / overdue on individual items of equipment.
AssetMaster allows you to record details of all equipment,
sub-assemblies, suppliers and maintenance details. You can then
build up a history of each item as maintenance is done and repairs
made. You can produce plans for preventative maintenance or just
log when something is fixed. You can also record the spares
you have in stock and supplier details.
This can save alot of time if, for example, a plant item
like a conveyor fails in the middle of the night. AssetMaster has
the information on the motor, the size of 'V' belts that are used
and how many are in stock. If you don't have a spare, AssetMaster
can report which other motors have the same belts so one may be
possibly borrowed from a non-essential item.
Any and every piece of equipment can be categorised, logged and
itemised. An equipment item can also be made up of number of
sub-assemblies that may well be common items also used elsewhere.
In fact, you can record everything you may need to know about the
equipment. Over the years, a full history is recorded together with
running hours, failures and so on.
You can plan any number of types of maintenance schedules for
equipment. Each item can have a number of maintenance schedules.
When linked to a control system e.g. AutoPilot4Feed the number
of actual failures, starts or manual overrides are recorded.
This allows maintenance to be planned on real information linked
back from the factory floor.
AssetMaster comes with a comprehesive list of
- Equipment list by group / common assembly
- Sub assembly stock list
- Maintenance completed / due / overdue
- Maintenance schedule
Crystal Reports or Microsoft Access may be used to customise
these or create new reports.