Reliability centered maintenance - RCM - preventive maintenance template.

Reliability centered maintenance - RCM - preventive maintenance


Preventive Maintenance

Example Template Form

Task Example:

9 - MONTH PM FOR PLANT AIR COMPRESSOR # 2 (SULLAIR)
______________________________________________________________
ALWAYS WORK SAFE, FOLLOW ALL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
______________________________________________________________
PERFORM THE FOLLOWING TASK
______________________________________________________________
STARTING STEPS:

_____ 1. NOTIFY PRODUCTION THAT MAINTENANCE TASKS ARE BEING PERFORMED

_____ 2. INSPECT WORK AREA FOR SAFETY AND CLEANLINESS

_____ 3. INSTALL LOCKOUT/TAG OUT IN ACCORDANCE WITH COMPANY PROCEDURES

_____ 4. IMITATE PERMIT SPACE ENTRY PROCEDURES IN ACCORDANCE WITH COMPANY PROCEDURES.

TASK:
_____ 1. REMOVE ALL PRESSURE FROM THE SUMP TANK AND PACKAGE PIPE WORK.

_____ 2. DISCONNECT ALL PIPE WORK CONNECTED TO THE SUMP COVER.

_____ 3. LOOSEN AND REMOVE THE TWELVE (12) HEX HEAD CAP SCREWS FROM THE
COVER PLATE. LIFT THE COVER PLATE FROM THE SUMP.

_____ 4. REMOVE THE TWO (2) NESTED SEPARATOR ELEMENTS.

_____ 5. SCRAPE THE OLD GASKET MATERIAL FROM THE COVER AND SUMP FLANGE -
AVOID DROPPING ANY SCRAPS INTO THE SUMP.

_____ 6. INSPECT THE SUMP VESSEL FOR RUST, DIRT, ETC. REINSERT THE SEPARATOR
ELEMENT, PART # 02250060-462 (PRIMARY) 02250060-463 (SECONDARY)
WITH GASKET ATTACHED, INTO THE SUMP, TAKING CARE NOT TO
DENT THE SEPARATOR ELEMENT AGAINST THE TANK OPENING.

_____ 7. REPLACE THE COVER PLATE AND RE-FASTEN WASHER/CAP SCREW
ASSEMBLIES TO 155 FT. - LBS.

_____ 8. RE-CONNECT ALL PIPE WORK, MAKING SURE THE RETURN LINES EXTEND
WITHIN " FROM THE BOTTOM OF EACH ELEMENT. THIS WILL ENSURE PROPER
FLUID RETURN DURING OPERATION.

_____ 9. CLEAN THE RETURN LINE STRAINERS.

WARNING: DO NOT REMOVE GROUNDING STAPLES FROM THE GASKETS. DO NOT USE ANY TYPE OF GASKET
ELIMINATOR. DOING SO WILL INTERFERE WITH GROUNDING CIRCUIT AND MAY CAUSE SEVERE SHOCK.

NOTE: THIS PM IS TO BE COMPLETED AT LEAST EVERY 9 MONTHS OR AS INDICATED BY THE MAINTENANCE
GAUGE.

CLOSING STEPS:

_____ 1. REMOVE LOCKOUT/TAG OUT AND RETURN EQUIPMENT TO NORMAL OPERATING CONDITION.

_____ 2. NOTIFY PRODUCTION THAT MAINTENANCE TASK ARE COMPLETED AND EQUIPMENT IS
AVAILABLE FOR PRODUCTION.

_____ 3. CLEAN-UP WORK AREA AND INSPECT FOR SAFETY CONDITIONS.

_____ 4. INITIATE WORK REQUEST TO CORRECT NOTED DEFICIENCIES OR UNACCEPTABLE
CONDITIONS.

_____________________________________________________________
NOTE: ANY EXCESSIVE DAMAGE OR WEAR FOUND WHILE PERFORMING THIS TASK IS TO BE REPORTED IN THE
COMMENTS SECTION OF THIS WORK ORDER AND TO YOUR SUPERVISOR.
______________________________________________________________

COMMENTS:__________________________________________________

I have completed this work as laid out._________________________________

1. Back to developing a Preventive Maintenance Program - PM

3. On to Preventive Maintenance Software

This is Page 2 of the article "The perfect PM" by Ralph Hackle

President of Industrial Training Inc. (www.IndustrialTrainingInc.com)

 

Preventive Maintenance

Example Template Form

Task Example:

9 - MONTH PM FOR PLANT AIR COMPRESSOR # 2 (SULLAIR)
_
ALWAYS WORK SAFE, FOLLOW ALL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
______________
PERFORM THE FOLLOWING TASK
______________
STARTING STEPS:

_____ 1. NOTIFY PRODUCTION THAT MAINTENANCE TASKS ARE BEING PERFORMED

_____ 2. INSPECT WORK AREA FOR SAFETY AND CLEANLINESS

_____ 3. INSTALL LOCKOUT/TAG OUT IN ACCORDANCE WITH COMPANY PROCEDURES

_____ 4. IMITATE PERMIT SPACE ENTRY PROCEDURES IN ACCORDANCE WITH COMPANY PROCEDURES.

TASK:
_____ 1. REMOVE ALL PRESSURE FROM THE SUMP TANK AND PACKAGE PIPE WORK.

_____ 2. DISCONNECT ALL PIPE WORK CONNECTED TO THE SUMP COVER.

_____ 3. LOOSEN AND REMOVE THE TWELVE (12) HEX HEAD CAP SCREWS FROM THE
COVER PLATE. LIFT THE COVER PLATE FROM THE SUMP.

_____ 4. REMOVE THE TWO (2) NESTED SEPARATOR ELEMENTS.

_____ 5. SCRAPE THE OLD GASKET MATERIAL FROM THE COVER AND SUMP FLANGE -
AVOID DROPPING ANY SCRAPS INTO THE SUMP.

_____ 6. INSPECT THE SUMP VESSEL FOR RUST, DIRT, ETC. REINSERT THE SEPARATOR
ELEMENT, PART # 02250060-462 (PRIMARY) 02250060-463 (SECONDARY)
WITH GASKET ATTACHED, INTO THE SUMP, TAKING CARE NOT TO
DENT THE SEPARATOR ELEMENT AGAINST THE TANK OPENING.

_____ 7. REPLACE THE COVER PLATE AND RE-FASTEN WASHER/CAP SCREW
ASSEMBLIES TO 155 FT. - LBS.

_____ 8. RE-CONNECT ALL PIPE WORK, MAKING SURE THE RETURN LINES EXTEND
WITHIN " FROM THE BOTTOM OF EACH ELEMENT. THIS WILL ENSURE PROPER
FLUID RETURN DURING OPERATION.

_____ 9. CLEAN THE RETURN LINE STRAINERS.

WARNING: DO NOT REMOVE GROUNDING STAPLES FROM THE GASKETS. DO NOT USE ANY TYPE OF GASKET
ELIMINATOR. DOING SO WILL INTERFERE WITH GROUNDING CIRCUIT AND MAY CAUSE SEVERE SHOCK.

NOTE: THIS PM IS TO BE COMPLETED AT LEAST EVERY 9 MONTHS OR AS INDICATED BY THE MAINTENANCE
GAUGE.

CLOSING STEPS:

_____ 1. REMOVE LOCKOUT/TAG OUT AND RETURN EQUIPMENT TO NORMAL OPERATING CONDITION.

_____ 2. NOTIFY PRODUCTION THAT MAINTENANCE TASK ARE COMPLETED AND EQUIPMENT IS
AVAILABLE FOR PRODUCTION.

_____ 3. CLEAN-UP WORK AREA AND INSPECT FOR SAFETY CONDITIONS.

_____ 4. INITIATE WORK REQUEST TO CORRECT NOTED DEFICIENCIES OR UNACCEPTABLE
CONDITIONS.

_________________________
NOTE: ANY EXCESSIVE DAMAGE OR WEAR FOUND WHILE PERFORMING THIS TASK IS TO BE REPORTED IN THE
COMMENTS SECTION OF THIS WORK ORDER AND TO YOUR SUPERVISOR.
__________________________

COMMENTS:______________

I have completed this work as laid out.____________________

1. Back to developing a Preventive Maintenance Program - PM

3. On to Preventive Maintenance Software

This is Page 2 of the article "The perfect PM" by Ralph Hackle

President of Industrial Training Inc. (www.IndustrialTrainingInc.com)

 

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