The InnerWeb system focuses on achieving near-perfect production by keeping machines and people moving more efficiently. Our goals are high: no breakdowns, no long downtimes, no faults and no accidents. We put emphasis on maximizing the life and efficiency of equipment and production machines.
Maintenance is one of the most critical areas of any manufacturing company. We distinguish the following key problems related to the maintenance of machines:
- Machine failures
- Idleness and minor downtime
- Product defects and fixes
- Machine start-up losses
- Speed limitation
- Retooling and adjustment of machines
The implementation of the InnerWeb solution allows you to improve the quality and efficiency of people in the production process. As a result, there is a reduction in the number of fixes and defects and an increase in efficiency and quality. This, combined with reliable machines that have less downtime, can help increase the number of satisfied customers.
Reduction of problems related to maintenance consists, among others, in:
- Autonomous Maintenance – responsibility for machine maintenance: cleaning, lubrication and inspections.
- Scheduled Maintenance – maintenance tasks are planned on the basis of predicted or measured failure rates. This makes it possible to schedule most maintenance work for the time when the equipment is not used in production.
- Management of new equipment – when it comes time to select new equipment or implement new machines, previous experience is analyzed to facilitate maintenance and maintenance.
- Quality Assurance – shared responsibility for operation and maintenance encourages the creation of ideas for improving quality in all areas of work.
- BPH and Environment – maintaining a safe and healthy working environment allows for the elimination of potential health and safety hazards, which translates into a safer workplace.
Optimizing maintenance includes three ways to improve plant maintenance
Shortening of maintenance and repair processes saves money and resources. This is made possible by early planning of maintenance work. In particular, machine downtime can be reduced in this way, which translates into a reduction in production disruptions.
Optimization of redundant operations allows you to eliminate machine failures at an early stage. The result is savings from reduced downtime and the ability to overhaul equipment at the plant instead of buying new machines.
Time savings, guaranteed by earlier regeneration of equipment and components, and cyclical maintenance based on the actual condition of the machines, allows operators to introduce a more effective and cost-effective work management system