GUIDE TECHNICAL IRIM 3: IMPLEMENTATION OF

MAINTENANCE 3.0

The Institute Renovetec of engineering maintenance, IRIM, has published the Guide 3: the third generation of maintenance. 3.0 MAINTENANCE. This new guide details the bases of them new strategies of maintenance that flee of the maintenance systematic and of them instructions of them manufacturers looking for a significant reduction of costs and an increase of the availability and reliability of the facilities. The Guide 3 joins the other two guidelines already published by IRIM, dedicated to human resources in maintenance and dedicated to the development of maintenance plans.


 ISBN: 978-84-608-8239-8

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This new guide details the foundations of the new maintenance strategies fleeing the systematic maintenance and instructions of manufacturers looking for a significant reduction in costs and an increase in the availability and reliability of the facilities.


INDEX

VOLUME 1

1. WHAT IS MAINTENANCE  3.0?

  • THE SEVEN LAWS BASIC OF THE MAINTENANCE
  • MAINTENANCE OBJECTIVES
  • MAINTENANCE 3.0 KEY ASPECTS
  • IMPLEMENT THE CONCEPT OF ' PREVENTION OF THE MAINTENANCE '
  • MODIFY THE FACILITIES
  • REPLACE THE SYSTEMATIC TASK PER INSPECTION TASKS
  • IMPLEMENT THE CONCEPT OF CONDITION MAINTENANCE
  • CREATE 'MAINTENANCE WINDOWS '
  • MANAGE THE UNSCHEDULED CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE
  • ANALYZING THE FAULTS THAT ARE PRODUCED
  • MODIFY THE MAINTENANCE FLOW CHART
  • INVOLVE PRODUCTION STAFF
  • MANAGE CONTRACTORS PROPERLY
  • CHANGE SPARE MANAGEMENT
  • MANAGE THE EQUIPMENT OBSOLESCENCE 
  • USE A PROPER MAINTENANCE SOFTWARE
  • AVOID THE USE OF UNNECESSARY MANAGEMENT TOOLS
  • SELECT APPROPRIATE INDICATORS

2. MAINTENANCE HISTORICAL EVOLUTION 

  • THE PREHISTORY OF THE MAINTENANCE
  • THE FIRST GENERATION OF MAINTENANCE
  • THE SECOND GENERATION OF MAINTENANCE
  • THE MAINTENANCE OF HIGH AVAILABILITY
  • THE THIRD GENERATION OF MAINTENANCE
  • THE EVOLUTION OF MAINTENANCE IN COMPANIES
  • BEYOND THE THIRD GENERATION

3. THE PREVENTION OF MAINTENANCE

  • DESIGN FREE OF PERIODICAL MAINTENANCE
  • THE ROBUSTNESS OF THE DESIGN AND THE OVERSIZING
  • FOULING
  • MISMATCH
  • ELEMENTS THAT ARE SUBJECT TO WEAR
  • CONSUMABLES
  • ONLINE DETECTION
  • POKA-YOKE SYSTEMS
  • MEASURES TO REDUCE AND SIMPLIFY MAINTENANCE
  • WHY THE EQUIPMENTS ARE NOT FREE OF MAINTENANCE?
  • THE COST OF THE EQUIPMENT FREE OF MAINTENANCE
  • THE DRAFTING OF A GENERAL SPECIFICATION
  • THE MODIFICATION OF FACILITIES

4. THE MAINTENANCE PLAN OR PLAN OF INSPECTIONS

  • USEFUL DEFINITIONS 
  • MAINTENANCE TASKS
  • MAINTENANCE TASKS TYPES
  • MAINTAINING PROTOCOLS OF A EQUIPMENT-TYPE
  • MASTER PROTOCOL
  • DEVELOPMENT OF MAINTENANCE PROTOCOLS
  • THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE HIERARCHICAL TREE OF ASSETS
  • IDENTIFICATION OF ITEMS MAINTAINABLE
  • ASSIGNMENT OF  MAINTENANCE PROTOCOLS
  • OBTAINING OF THE RANGES OF MAINTENANCE
  • LEGAL MAINTENANCE
  • ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF THIS TECHNIQUE
  • MAINTENANCE PLAN BASED ON RCM

5. THE  MAINTENANCE BY CONDITION

  • THE WRONG CALLED PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE
  • THE FIVE KEY ASPECTS 
  • TREND SCENARIOS
  • THE COMPATIBILITY OF DIAGNOSTIC TECHNIQUES
  • FRECUENCY RECOMMENDED FOR DIAGNOSIS
  • INSPECTIONS ONLINE/OFFLINE
  • SENSORY INSPECTIONS
  • READING AND MONITORING OF PARAMETERS
  • BOROSCOPIC INSPECTIONS
  • VIBRATION ANALYSIS 
  • ULTRASONIC INSPECTION
  • THERMOGRAPHY
  • OIL ANALYSIS
  • SMOKE ANALYSIS

VOLUME 2

6. MAINTENANCE WINDOWS

  • LIMITING FACTOR
  • THE DURATION OF THE WINDOWS AND THE PLANNING OF ORDERS OF WORK
  • MAINTENANCE INDICATORS RELATING TO WINDOWS
  • WINDOWS AND CONTRACTS

7. FAULTS ANALYSIS

  • FAULTS THAT MIGHT INVESTIGATE
  • THE CAUSES OF FAILURES
  • SCIENTIFIC METHOD
  • THE PROCESS OF ANALYSIS OF A FAILED
  • COLLECTION OF INFORMATION
  • IN-SITU INSPECTION
  • INTERVIEWS WITH USERS AND TECHNICIANS
  • DETERMINATION OF ALL THE DAMAGES AND SYMPTOMS OF THE FAILURE
  • LISTING OF SIGNIFICANT EVENTS
  • LIST OF ALL THE POSSIBLE CAUSES OF DAMAGE
  • DISPOSAL OF IMPOSSIBLE CAUSES
  • ESTABLISHMENT OF THE WORKING HYPOTHESIS
  • DETERMINATION OF COMPLEMENTARY TESTS
  • ESTABLISHMENT OF THE SEQUENCE OF FAILURE
  • ESTABLISHMENT OF THE ROOT CAUSE OF THE FAILURE
  • DETERMINATION OF THE CORRECTIVE MEASURES
  • DEFINITION OF PREVENTIVE MEASURES
  • FAULT REPORT
  • RESOURCES FOR THE ANALYSIS OF FAULTS
  • USEFULNESS OF THE ANALYSIS OF FAULTS

8. CONDUCTIVE MAINTENANCE 

  • WHAT IS CONDUCTIVE MAINTENANCE?
  • TASKS THAT INCLUDES THE CONDUCTIVE MAINTENANCE
  • SENSORY INSPECTIONS
  • READS OR DATA COLLECTIONS
  • LUBRICATION
  • EQUIPMENT ROTATION
  • VERIFICATION OF EQUIPMENT NORMALLY SHUTDOWN
  • REPLACEMENT AND/OR SUBSTITUTION OF CONSUMABLES
  • EVALUATION OF THERMODYNAMIC DATA
  • GENERATION OF ORDERS OF WORK

9. THE ORGANIZATION OF MAINTENANCE STAFF

  • CLASSIC CHARTS
  • CHART 3.0
  • THE DIRECTOR OF MAINTENANCE
  • SUBDEPARTAMENTO DE INGENIERÍA DEL MANTENIMIENTO
  • THE SUB-DEPARTMENT OF URGENT CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE
  • THE SUB-DEPARTMENT OF DIAGNOSIS
  • THE SUB-DEPARTMENT OF WORKSHOP
  • IMMEDIATE CONSEQUENCES OF CHANGE

10. THE SPARE MANAGEMENT

  • THE SPARE MANAGEMENT IN 3.0 MAINTENANCE 
  • SPARE TYPES
  • IRIM CLASSIFICATION
  • ASPECTS TO BE CONSIDERED IN THE SELECTION OF THE STOCK
  • SELECTION PROCESS
  • WAREHOUSE
  • ROTATING KITS
  • REDUNDANCY CRITERIA

11. OBSOLESCENCE MANAGEMENT

  • LIFE USEFUL OF FACILITIES
  • LIFE USEFUL AND OBSOLESCENCE
  • FACTORS THAT DEPENDS ON OBSOLESCENCE
  • NORMAL OBSOLESCENCE OR ACCELERATED
  • THE ESTIMATION OF THE LIFE USEFUL OF AN INSTALLATION
  • CONSEQUENCES OF OBSOLESCENCE
  • THE PROLONGATION OF USEFUL LIFE OF A FACILITY
  • OBSOLESCENCE BY INADEQUATE TO THE CONDITIONS OF USE
  • OBSOLESCENCE BY STATE OF THE EQUIPMENT OR INSTALLATION
  • OBSOLESCENCE BY TECHNOLOGY EVOLUTION
  • OBSOLESCENCE DUE TO LACK OF SPARES
  • OBSOLESCENCE BY LEGAL IMPERATIVE 
  • THE PLANNED OBSOLESCENCE
  • OBSOLESCENCE MANAGEMENT

12. USEFUL INDICATORS IN MAINTENANCE 3.0

  • USEFUL INDICATORS OF AVAILABILITY
  • MANAGEMENT INDICATORS OF USEFUL WORK ORDERS
  • USEFUL COST INDICATORS
  • USELESS INDICATORS

13. THE CHANGE MANAGEMENT  

  • SITUATION ANALYSIS
  • DECISION MAKING
  • LAUNCH MEETING
  • SELECTION OF A PILOT AREA
  • CREATION OF THE SUB-DEPARTMENT OF THE MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING
  • CREATION OF THE SUB-DEPARTMENT OF DIAGNOSIS
  • IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CONCEPT OF MAINTENANCE WINDOW
  • INVOLVEMENT OF THE OPERATING STAFF
  • SUB-DEPARTMENT OF URGENT CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE
  • SETTING UP OF THE WORKSHOP SUBDEPARTMENT 
  • DISMANTLE THE EARLIER ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE AND ORGANIZATION : CHECK AND CORRECT
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