Preventive maintenance is a schedule of planned actions.
The primary goal of preventive maintenance is to prevent the failure of equipment before it actually occurs.
Our engineers possess extensive hands-on experience of maintenance and repair of equipment installed not only on all types of land and offshore drilling units, but also on ships and a wide range of other industries.
By having SVENDBORG WAVE involved early in the building process we will be able to prepare a system with a structure based on e.g. a SFI system or an alternative system according to the demands of the clients.
Regardless of the demands of the clients, the respective system will be based on the manifactors recommendation and a criticality assessment. This assessment will form a list of equipment and systems that will make the basis of the maintenance plan.
Each topic will be equipped with a specific maintenance instruction and a list of recommended spare parts.
- Registration of all equipment and components
- Collects product data electronically from main vendors
- Builds location structures
- Builds equipment hierarchies
- Identifies maintainable items
- Performs criticality analysis of maintainable items
- Analyses recommended spares from vendors
- Exports data to the chosen maintenance system totally web-based.
Having the above prepared in due time it will make it relatively easy to implement the information into the maintenance system, SAP, AMOS, etc. of the clients.
In cooperation with our partners SVENDBORG WAVE can deliver a computerized maintenance, materials, and purchase system for use in all industries.
The maintenance system is designed to preserve and enhance equipment reliability by replacing worn components before they actually fail. Preventive maintenance activities include equipment checks, partial or complete overhauls at specified periods, oil changes, lubrication and grease etc.
In addition, workers can record equipment deterioration and give them an idea and knowledge of when to replace or repair worn parts before they cause system failure. Recent technological advances in tools for inspection and diagnosis have enabled even more accurate and effective equipment maintenance.
The ideal preventive maintenance program would prevent all equipment failure before it occurs.