The CMS maintenance manual (Condition Monitoring Standard Manuals) volumes 1, 2 and 3 are colorful and unique collections of 75 condition monitoring instructions for operations, crafts people and engineering as field manuals for preventive maintenance. Each condition monitoring book is organized by component types such as AC motors, couplings, pumps, valves, belts, chains, gears and much more.
The 337 page preventive maintenance manual describes how to set up a cost effective preventive maintenance system and contains preventive maintenance methods and tools for many common components such as pumps, motors, couplings, valves, gears, cranes, electronics, conveyors, hydraulics, pneumatics, compressors, seals, fans, blowers, heat exchangers, belts, steam joints, steam traps, and more.
Maintenance planning and scheduling is the hub for a high performance maintenance organization. The maintenance book covers key processes within maintenance planning and scheduling in detail. Examples of key processes are: Work requests, Prioritization of work, backlog management, maintenance planning, maintenance scheduling, history, execution of work, CMMS, and much more.
This Management book covers Maintenance and Reliability management described in a series of short studies. Christer Idhammar explains how operations and maintenance must work together to achieve best practice maintenance and reliability management. The book covers topics such as preventive maintenance, maintenance planning, paradigms in industry, operations involvement in reliability, engineering practices, operational practices, root cause problem elimination and much more.
This book will provide the reader with a reliability and management perspective to spare parts management. One of the largest obstacles in improving maintenance management and planning and scheduling is to find materials and to get them to the right place at the right time. Spare Parts and materials are a large part of any plant's costs and not having the right materials in the right place at the right time is a common cause of productivity loss and reduced reliability more.