When your business relies on machinery in order to operate daily, you would have known that maintaining the system is crucial. You wouldn’t miss important dates when your machines need to be checked and serviced. But one thing that you may not realize, even if you never miss any Maintenance program, the machine can still stop working properly and causes a lot of damages. That’s when Preventative Maintenance takes an important role in facilities management.
Preventative maintenance is designed to improve the performance and safety of your equipment in your property. It will also avoid unplanned maintenance activity. The successfulness of this program relies on how your engineers and the managers cooperate. Their level of knowledge, contribution and ideas will help you avoid such a bad situation.
To implement this type of maintenance is time consuming and pricey. The debates between owners and engineers on whether or not it’s necessary to install and pay for this program becoming unavoidable. All the money and man hours invested for this, questions the effectiveness of this program. But from our experiences, the benefits that you are getting if this program is properly executed will cover the costs that you are spending.
Here are some of the benefits that you need to consider: increasing assets’ life expectancy, eliminate premature machine/equipment replacement, decreasing equipment downtime, reducing the number of major repairs, better and safer conditions for personnel, less spending on maintenance workers as repairing breakdowns are scheduled basis instead of crash basis.
Preventing is always better than fixing, spending extra bucks a month to avoid bigger damages or injuries is very wise. If you are planning to get this preventative maintenance, make sure that you have it planned and handled by the experts. Our team in AC-DLE consist of experts in the field. We know how important your machines are, and how you value our knowledge. Don’t wait until you see problems, contact us now.
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