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The Maintenance and Operation Crew reference book

47 key factors explaining best practice maintenance to maintainers and operators in detail.

maintenance reference book

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Pocket Maintenance Advisor - hard copy
ISBN: 0-9750232-0-9
Description:  

The 180 page, A6 page-size booklet contains thorough explanations of the 47 top issues in maintenance and reliability that people working in maintenance and operations must know. Every person in the maintenance department and the production department learns dozens of benefits overnight from reading this one reference book.

It brings world class maintenance into perspective for maintenance and operations crews.  Now in one book all the concepts that are necessary to grasp have been laid out in 'black and white' for maintenance and operations workers.  With this book you can talk to them about the most important issues to address to achieve major improvements.  It's a great resource for people who want their workers to rapidly learn, understand and appreciate the critical maintenance and reliability issues.  It contains all the important information a maintenance, repair or operations crew need to have at their finger tips so that they can appreciate the importance and the methods of best practice maintenance.  With 'The Pocket Maintenance Advisor' at hand they will know where they are going!

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Price:  US$25.00 + US$7.00 shipping TOTAL US$32.00

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Table of Contents

Detailed explanations of the 47 factors that produce the greatest results in the war against maintenance and how to use them properly every time.

  1.      Engineering Principles for Maintainers and Operators.

1.1.               How equipment is designed to work

1.2.               Force transmission

1.3.               Stress in materials

1.4.               Clearance, fits and tolerances

1.5.               Bending stress

1.6.               Torque stress and combined loads

1.7.               Metal fatigue failure

1.8.               Lubrication

1.9.               Vibration

1.10.             Chemical and material compatibility

1.11.             Corrosion

1.12.             Fluid flow

1.13.             Cavitation

1.14.             Welding metals

1.15.             Welding plastics

1.16.             Heat transfer

1.17.             Bearing isolation and protection

1.18.             Electric motors

1.19.             Process control and monitoring

 

  2.       Equipment Maintenance Best Practice.

2.1.               Creative disassembly

2.2.               Bolting and gaskets in flanged connections

2.3.               Threaded connections

2.4.               Chain and sprocket drives

2.5.               Vee-belt and pulley drives

2.6.               Mechanical seals

2.7.               Soft-foot distortion

2.8.               Shaft alignment

2.9.               Pneumatic valve actuators

2.10.             Process control valves

2.11.             Isolation valves

2.12.             Roller bearings

2.13.             Oil cleanliness

2.14.             O-ring seals

2.15.             Gear box drives

2.16.             Gland packing

2.17.             Vibration control

2.18.             Nondestructive thickness checking and crack detection

 

  3.       Maintenance Philosophies and Methods.

3.1.               Equipment Reliability

3.2.               RCA (Root Cause Analysis)

3.3.               RCM (Reliability Centred Maintenance)

3.4.               5 Whys

3.5.               5S

3.6.               Watch keeping by operators

 

  4.       Maintenance Management and Asset Management.

4.1.               Equipment criticality

4.2.               Work planning and scheduling

4.3.               Preventive maintenance

4.4.               Work order instructions and history reporting

 

  5.      Fault Finding and Troubleshooting Check Lists

5.1                Shafts breaking

5.2                Bearings failing

5.3                Mechanical seals failing

5.4                Flanges leaking

US$32.00

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The Maintenance and Operation Crew reference book

47 key factors explaining best practice maintenance to maintainers and operators in detail.

maintenance reference book

Free book sample - Contents

Pocket Maintenance Advisor - hard copy
ISBN: 0-9750232-0-9
Description:  

The 180 page, A6 page-size booklet contains thorough explanations of the 47 top issues in maintenance and reliability that people working in maintenance and operations must know. Every person in the maintenance department and the production department learns dozens of benefits overnight from reading this one reference book.

It brings world class maintenance into perspective for maintenance and operations crews.  Now in one book all the concepts that are necessary to grasp have been laid out in 'black and white' for maintenance and operations workers.  With this book you can talk to them about the most important issues to address to achieve major improvements.  It's a great resource for people who want their workers to rapidly learn, understand and appreciate the critical maintenance and reliability issues.  It contains all the important information a maintenance, repair or operations crew need to have at their finger tips so that they can appreciate the importance and the methods of best practice maintenance.  With 'The Pocket Maintenance Advisor' at hand they will know where they are going!

Shipped to address in your pay pal account unless you specify alternate.
Price:  US$25.00 + US$7.00 shipping TOTAL US$32.00

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Industrial manufacturing services provider you can trust.

 


 

Free Online Book Sample Page

maintenance

 ^  Click on a page to see full size  ^

Table of Contents

Detailed explanations of the 47 factors that produce the greatest results in the war against maintenance and how to use them properly every time.

  1.      Engineering Principles for Maintainers and Operators.

1.1.               How equipment is designed to work

1.2.               Force transmission

1.3.               Stress in materials

1.4.               Clearance, fits and tolerances

1.5.               Bending stress

1.6.               Torque stress and combined loads

1.7.               Metal fatigue failure

1.8.               Lubrication

1.9.               Vibration

1.10.             Chemical and material compatibility

1.11.             Corrosion

1.12.             Fluid flow

1.13.             Cavitation

1.14.             Welding metals

1.15.             Welding plastics

1.16.             Heat transfer

1.17.             Bearing isolation and protection

1.18.             Electric motors

1.19.             Process control and monitoring

 

  2.       Equipment Maintenance Best Practice.

2.1.               Creative disassembly

2.2.               Bolting and gaskets in flanged connections

2.3.               Threaded connections

2.4.               Chain and sprocket drives

2.5.               Vee-belt and pulley drives

2.6.               Mechanical seals

2.7.               Soft-foot distortion

2.8.               Shaft alignment

2.9.               Pneumatic valve actuators

2.10.             Process control valves

2.11.             Isolation valves

2.12.             Roller bearings

2.13.             Oil cleanliness

2.14.             O-ring seals

2.15.             Gear box drives

2.16.             Gland packing

2.17.             Vibration control

2.18.             Nondestructive thickness checking and crack detection

 

  3.       Maintenance Philosophies and Methods.

3.1.               Equipment Reliability

3.2.               RCA (Root Cause Analysis)

3.3.               RCM (Reliability Centred Maintenance)

3.4.               5 Whys

3.5.               5S

3.6.               Watch keeping by operators

 

  4.       Maintenance Management and Asset Management.

4.1.               Equipment criticality

4.2.               Work planning and scheduling

4.3.               Preventive maintenance

4.4.               Work order instructions and history reporting

 

  5.      Fault Finding and Troubleshooting Check Lists

5.1                Shafts breaking

5.2                Bearings failing

5.3                Mechanical seals failing

5.4                Flanges leaking

US$32.00

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This title also available in ebook format for immediate download.

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