TPM from CatEagle Training

By: CatEagle Training  20-09-2015
Keywords: Basic TPM, Total Preventive Maintenence, TPM practical,

SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION OF TPM  About TPM  TPM Definition  Advantages of Implementing TPM  Six Big Losses  The 5 TPM Development Activities  Organizing For TPM Implementation  TPM Implementation  Difficulties Encounter  TPM Achievements SECTION 2: EQUIPMENT EFFECTIVENESS  Equipment Effectiveness  Six Big Losses That Limit Equipment Effectiveness - Breakdown Losses - Set-up and Adjustment Losses - Idling and Minor Stoppage Losses - Reduced Speed Losses - Quality Defects and Rework - Start-up Losses  Measuring Equipment Effectiveness - Calculating the Operating, Performance and Quality Rates SECTION 3: ELIMINATING THE SIX BIG LOSSES  Two Types of Breakdowns - Five Requirements for Zero Breakdowns - Zero Breakdowns: A Four Phase Implementation  Improving Set-up - Seiri and Seiton in Set-up Improvement - Separating Internal and External Set-up - Converting Internal to External Set-up - Shortening Internal Set-up Times  Eliminating Adjustments - Improving Unavoidable Adjustments  Reducing Idling and Minor Stoppages  Strategies for Reducing Idling and Minor Stoppages  Reducing Speed Losses - Approaches to Increase Speed  Reducing Quality Defects - Comparison Between Sporadic and Chronic Defects - Strategies for Reducing Quality Problems SECTION 4: AUTONOMOUS MAINTENANCE  Autonomous Maintenance  Keys to Successful Implementation  Objectives of Inspection  General Inspection  Why Inspection Fail? SECTION 5: WORKSHOP

Keywords: Basic TPM, Total Preventive Maintenence, TPM practical,

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