Operation and Maintenance services support various plant operation and maintenance strategies, depending on the asset, the criticality of operations and the demands of the stakeholders. The primary goal is to keep plant equipment and machinery in optimal working order, allowing the plant owner to focus on its primary objective, manufacturing or processing. When proper regular maintenance and operations support is provided, production productivity, machinery lifespan and safe operations can be better achieved.
Cyclect provides the technical services, manpower support, tools, equipment, training, engineering, and analytics required to support the operations of our client’s plants. We support various plant owner maintenance strategies.
Operation and Maintenance Services
- Operation Manpower Support
- Maintenance, Repair Overhaul Services
- Mechanical, piping construction services
- Electrical & instrumentation construction services
- Building Automation, Industrial & Process Control System
- Air-Conditioning, Refrigeration & Ventilation
- Steel and structure modular fabrication, rigging and welding
- Run-to-failure strategy: Represents a reactive maintenance approach. Plant owners who use this strategy consciously decide to use a piece of equipment until it breaks down. It is appropriate for equipment with low repair costs and when equipment failure will not cause major operational issues (like production delays). This strategy is suitable for equipment that has been scheduled for replacement after the next breakdown.
- Preventive maintenance strategy: A common simple and effective strategy for most equipment types. It is an excellent first step for any company looking to shift from reactive to proactive maintenance.
- Condition-based maintenance (CBM) strategy: With the use of conditioning-monitoring sensors, real-time equipment health insight is used to optimize maintenance schedules by having a better idea of when a piece of equipment should be serviced.
- Predictive maintenance (PdM) strategy: Predictive analytics and algorithms are used with CBM to predict exactly when equipment is expected to fail so you can schedule maintenance just before that happens.
- Total productive maintenance (TPM): Predominantly used in the manufacturing sector, TPM adopts a philosophy of continuous improvement.
- expands the equipment maintenance responsibility outside the maintenance team. It represents a philosophy of continuous improvement that requires the commitment and effort of the whole organization. It takes years to fully implement which is why organizations that want to go in this direction often look to implement its stripped-down version called autonomous maintenance.