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Preventative Maintenance Programs

Applied Automation provides Preventative Maintenance (PM) service contracts for your facility and operational needs.  We will work with you to strategically determine critical equipment areas of interest, and type of service, that will best offer returns for your operations.  Inspection checklists are used to verify each maintenance check, and repair reports will be generated as a result of completing each PM checklist and forwarded to the customer for review.  Call us to discuss how Applied Automation may be able to work with your organization to establish a program that will help minimize equipment downtown, increase profits, and reduce the day-to-day operational stress for your facility.


What is preventive maintenance and how to use it effectively?

Preventive maintenance (or preventative maintenance) is maintenance that is regularly and routinely performed on physical assets to reduce the chances of equipment failure and unplanned machine downtime that can be very costly for maintenance teams and facility managers. Effective preventive maintenance is planned and scheduled based on real-time data insights. A preventive maintenance task is performed while the equipment is still working to prevent unexpected break downs.


Types of preventive maintenance

There are three main types of preventive maintenance: Time, usage, and condition-based triggers. A variation of these types of preventive maintenance should ideally be scheduled and performed on all items of equipment to prevent unplanned failure. Manufacturers often provide recommendations on how to best maintain equipment.

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