Where are you and your team in terms of your maintenance programs?
With all the new members that have recently joined this community, I would like to get a an understanding where everyone resides on the reliability spectrum. As you can only select one category, if you fall into "Some Preventive" and "Some Predictive", just choose "Some Predictive". Definitions are provided below:
Reactive - maintenance tasks performed after an asset has broken down. Tells us what has already happened (descriptive analytics).
Preventive maintenance is the act of performing regularly scheduled maintenance activities to help prevent unexpected failures in the future. It is based upon either the utilization of the asset (percentage of hours, number of cycles, etc.) or a scheduled time or calendar interval.
Predictive maintenance is designed to schedule corrective maintenance actions before a failure occurs. Equipment condition must first be determined in order to estimate when maintenance should be performed. Then maintenance tasks are scheduled to prevent unexpected equipment failures.
Prescriptive maintenance doesn’t just show that failure is going to happen and when, but also why it’s happening. This type of maintenance helps analyze and determine different options and potential outcomes, in order to mitigate any risk to the operation