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Industry leaders apply and operate according to international standards.  International standards set a level and forum for communication at various levels.  Part of selecting your "Best Maintenance Practices" would be to incorporate the appropriate International Standards. 

Again, it is very often best to make use of an independent consulting company to assist and implement international standards, obtaining professional and expert advice and receive council.  Our consultants liaise with clients and other consultancies to compare, deliberate or compare views, transferring experience and technology. 

Various International Maintenance Standards exist.  The following are some of the main standards we would use to streamline your maintenance department:

  1. DIN 31 051 - Maintenance Definitions
  2. DIN 8743 - Time Concepts
  3. SAE - JA1011 - Evaluation Criteria for RCM Processes
  4. SAE - JA1012 - A Guide to the Reliability-Centred Maintenance (RCM) Standard
  5. VDI 2886 - Benchmarking Design
  6. EN DIN 32 736 - Building Management - Work Areas
  7. VDMA 24 196 - Commercial Business Management
  8. DIN 13 306 - Maintenance Terms and Explanations
  9. VDI 2264 - Relationships of Maintainability, Availability, Reliability
  10. DIN 50 320 - Maintenance; Wear Definitions
  11. EN DIN 32 736 Building Management, Work Areas
  12. DIN ISO 100111 Quality Audit Techniques
  13. ISO 2768-1 General Tolerances (BS EN 22768-1)
  14. ANSI Y14.5M Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerance (SABS 0111)
  15. ANSI 4406 Hydraulic Fluid Analysis (NAF Fluid Classification)
  16. ANSI B93.2 1971 Hydraulics Contaminants
  17. 15 Abs 1 GefStoffV - Hazard Material Identification & Symbols (SABS 0228)
  18. ISO 14001 Environmental Management System
  19. ISO 9000 Quality Management System
  20. ISO 1219 Fluid Power, Hydraulic/Pneumatic Symbols

The main strategic aim is to improve your current state of:

  1. Maintenance Management:
  • Increased Throughput/Up-time     
  • Increased Reliability (Mean Time Between Failure - MTBF)
  • Minimized Downtime (Mean Time To Repair - MTTR)
  • Improved Quality
  • Reduced Maintenance Repair and Operations (MRO) Inventories
  • Reduced Operating Expenses
  • Zero Safety/Environmental Risk
  • Extended Plant Life
  1. Service Management:
  • Minimized Callout/Returns 
  • Increased Reliability (MTBF)
  • Reduced Inventories
  • Reduced Operating Expenses
  • Zero Safety/Environmental Risk
  • Effective Configuration Management
  • Effective Warranty Management
  • Effective Call Management & Response
  • Effective Customer Relationship

 


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