Devising optimal strategy for maintaining industrial plant can be a difficult task of daunting complexity. This book aims to provide the plant engineer with a comprehensive and systematic approach, a framework of guidelines, for tackling this problem, i.e. for deciding maintenance objectives, formulating equipment life plans and plant maintenance schedules, designing the maintenance organisation and setting up appropriate systems of documentation and control.
The author, Anthony Kelly, an experienced international consultant and lecturer on this subject, calls his approach BUSINESS-CENTRED MAINTENANCE (BCM) because it springs from, and is driven by, the identification of business objectives, which are then translated into maintenance objectives and which underpin the maintenance strategy formulation. For the first time maintenance management is analysed from the perspective of the whole company and thus makes sense not only technologically but also in economic and business terms.
Complete guide to maintenance from a whole-company perspective
Best-selling and world-renowned author
Complementary to RCM (Moubray) & TPM (Wilmott)
Maintenance and the industrial organization
Plant acquisition policy and maintenance life-cycle costs
Formulation of maintenance strategy, a business centred approach
The structure of a plant
The reliability of plant components
The reliability of plant systems
Principles of preventive maintenance
Determining the life plan and schedule: The top-down bottom-up approach
Controlling plant reliability
Case studies in maintenance strategy
Exercises in maintenance strategy
Reliability Centred Maintenance
Total Productive Maintenance.