Information as of today

It is a dashboard in which you can view the general status of maintenance as of today. Eg Open work orders, activities in open OT's, equipment out of service; activities delayed, advanced or postponed by the user.

Maintenance work analysis

Graph in which the number of scheduled activities and the number of activities carried out are compared monthly. MP version 10 presents a new dashboard with relevant information regarding the number of activities carried out and activities scheduled, the type of activities carried out, etc.

Failure analysis and root causes

It detects the types of equipment that have the most failures, the most frequent failures and their root causes. MP version 10 makes data visualization and decision making easier.

Failure schedule

It allows you to graphically visualize the failures that have occurred during a period of 12 months. Eg failures that did not cause damage or stop; faults that caused low impact damage, faults that caused medium impact damage, and faults that caused high impact damage.

Cost analysis

Graph in which the costs of spare parts and consumable materials used in maintenance, costs of external services and maintenance labor are compared monthly.

The monthly costs of spare parts and materials used, as well as external services, are obtained as a result of the resource consumption log. The monthly labor costs are obtained from the table "Workforce cost".

Labor analysis

The times recorded in the labor log they are totaled and displayed in the Labor Analysis graph, allowing to know the sum of man hours invested per employee in a period of time, as well as the number of work orders executed by each worker.

You will be able to check in the graph if the time invested was carried out during normal hours, on holidays or if overtime was used.

Select the module Information analysis. Later the tab Labor analysis and press the button Graph.

Advanced graphics

The advanced graphs allow to graph practically any historical concept contained within the PM over time and at any scale (days, weeks, months, years), in a consolidated or detailed way, and also allowing to filter the information from which the information is to be obtained. information.

Since there are so many possibilities, the idea is not to graph each and every one of the possible options to try to understand them, but rather to ask oneself the question of what it is that you want to graph and, starting from there, generate the desired graph .

The steps or unanswered questions to generate a graph are the following:

  1. What do I want to graph? The first step is to select the concept to graph, such as: number of activities carried out, number of failures, total cost of consumption, total time invested, etc.
  2. In what period? The second step is to select the time range and the scale, that is, if you want to obtain the information for this year, the last 6 months, the last 5 years, etc. and the scale on which the information will be presented (days, weeks, months or years).
  3. Do I want to see the totalized or detailed data? The third step is to indicate if the information to be plotted is to be presented in a consolidated (totalized) or detailed way, that is, separated by some concept such as, for example: detailed by equipment, type of equipment, team priority, cost center, location, OT, etc.
  4. Of what? Finally, the filter option allows us to select the historical information from which we only want to obtain the information.

Once the desired graph is obtained, it can be visually customized by adjusting the parameters found in the tab on the right side.

It is also possible to save the graph and its configuration parameters for future reference. Each time a saved graph is selected, the data is updated automatically. The MP includes a series of default graphs that the user can use directly. In the same way, the user can modify and adjust them to their needs and save them as their favorite graphics.

Advanced comparatives

Advanced comparisons allow you to compare almost any historical concept between teams, locations, cost centers, etc. in any time range, allowing you to also filter the information from which you want to obtain the information.

Since there are so many possibilities, the idea is not to compare each and every one of the possible options to try to understand them, but rather to ask yourself the question of what you want to compare and, starting from there, generate the desired graph .

The steps or unanswered questions to generate a graph are the following:

    1. What do I want to compare? The first step is to select the concept to compare, such as: number of activities performed, number of failures, total cost of consumption, total time invested, etc.
    2. In what period? The second step is to select the time range, that is, if you want to obtain the information for this year, the last 6 months, the last 5 years, etc.
    3. What do I want to compare between? The third step is to indicate the concept between which you want to compare the information, for example: comparison between equipment, types of equipment, equipment priorities, cost centers, locations, OTs, etc.
    4. Of what? Finally, the filter option allows us to select the historical information from which we only want to obtain the information.

Once the desired graph is obtained, it can be visually customized by adjusting the parameters found in the tab on the right side.

It is also possible to save the graph and its configuration parameters for future reference. Each time a saved graph is selected, the data is updated automatically. The MP includes a series of default graphs that the user can use directly. In the same way, the user can modify and adjust them to their needs and save them as their favorite graphics.

Maintenance rates

The MP calculates three maintenance indices (Mean Time Between Failures, Mean Time to Repair and Availability)

The Mean Time Between Failures (TMEF) represents the average of the time that elapses between two failures in the same equipment. The higher the TMEF, the more reliable the operation of the equipment in question.

A high Mean Time to Repair (TMPR) may indicate, for example, that replacement of certain equipment is more feasible than repair, or it may justify the decision to stock spare parts for that equipment. Knowing how to reduce TMPR is important to avoid or reduce company downtime and damage that can be triggered.

Availability represents the percentage of time during which a piece of equipment is fit for use and in operating conditions and is largely defined by the mean time between failures (TMEF), and also by the mean time to repair (TMPR ).

Deviation in times of routine activities

As mentioned in the section Workforce log, the labor log will also allow us to make an analysis to compare the estimated time stipulated in the maintenance plans vs. the actual time consumed in its realization.

It will also allow you to compare the time it took different employees to perform the same routine maintenance activity.

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