The importance of an effective maintenance program cannot be overlooked because it plays such an important role in the effectiveness of manufacturing. Good maintenance management is important for the equipment’s improved efficiency consequently contributing to cost control.
The main purpose of regular maintenance is to ensure that all equipment required for production is operating at optimum efficiency at all times. Through short daily inspections, cleaning, lubricating, and making minor adjustments, minor problems can be detected and corrected before they become a major problem that can shut down a production line. A good maintenance program requires company-wide participation and support by everyone ranging from the top executive to the shop floor personnel.
About 8th Edition MainTech 2018:
Eminent thought leaders and experts from Industry will share best practices and case studies focusing on new ideas & initiatives in modern technologies. The objective of this conference is to provide new insights, showcase and help corporates to build & put in place effective strategies and to take the importance of maintenance to new heights.
Highlights & Key Take Aways – Motors, Drives, Transformers & switchgears:
Related Maintenance Technologies, Challenges & Best Practices
Predictive, Preventive, Proactive & Corrective Maintenance
Understanding basic theories of maintenance for Motors, Drives, Transformers & Switchgears
Basics of Power Quality
Maintenance Cost Optimization
New & Future Trends in Maintenance – Breaking the Stereotype, Thermal Imagining, Internet of Things, Cloud data analysis
Industrial Case Studies
Who will Benefit (Participants’ /Attendees Profile - Recommended):
Plant / Unit Heads
Maintenance or Engineering Heads
Process improvement Champions
Maintenance Managers & Supervisors
Operators / Shop Floor Managers
Engineering & Maintenance Consultants
Quality Control Managers/ Executives
Field & Project Engineers