Category Archives: Machine Service & Maintenance

What You Need in Your Machinery and Tool Servicing Maintenance Plan

October 3, 2017 - 7:01 pm, by Abs_nettclicks A good facility is one that knows to have a machinery and tool servicing maintenance plan in place, and a smart facility knows that the inclusions oFf such a programme must be properly established. Meng Solutions believes in equipping every workplace in Australia with the information that they need to achieve a higher quality of results, streamline their processes, and facilitate higher yields. So in this article, we will take you through the di Continue Reading...

Operative Planned Preventative Maintenance

May 16, 2016 - 11:42 am, by Abs_nettclicks Also known as Predictive Preventative Maintenance, O.P.P.M. as the purpose of to avoid completely any possible fault in a production equipment. The idea is to predict possible faults, before this happen, like the fault of a bearing which have a fixed “live” according to its working conditions. In order to replace those possible faulty bearings, the downtime required to replace them is planned in advance. The indication of scheduling the downt Continue Reading...

Punch and Shear Prevenative Maintenance

October 14, 2015 - 8:19 pm, by Abs_nettclicks Date issue; 25.08.15 Date review Author: Mengsolutions Step 1: Turn the machine off from the main power point and fit your tag??? Out of Order??? , to avoid someone can try to use the machine during your maintenance procedure. Step 2: Open all the cover (and remove if required) at the top of the machine to verify conditions of the blades and punch. Guillotine blades: if these blades are damage, they must be rotate or taken for resharpening. Don Continue Reading...

Lathe Preventative Maintenance Procedure

October 14, 2015 - 7:54 pm, by Abs_nettclicks Operation procedure No: Date issue : 24.08.15 Last review: Author: Mengsolutions Step 1: Turn the machine off from the main power point and fit your tag??? Out of Order??? , to avoid someone can try to use the machine during your maintenance procedure. Step 2: Open side cover and check; Driving belts, if the belts are damaged, excessive cracks, or an excessive wear, they must be replaced Check tension of belts. Check brake conditions ( on models Continue Reading...

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