Planned maintenance

Published:  07 April, 2021

In most manufacturing and production processes, maintaining consistent environmental conditions is essential in achieving optimum performance, and relative humidity is often a critical variable.

Breaching required rh levels can also result in consequences such as costly financial penalties, enforced production downtime or machine breakdown and permanent damage to product.

By setting up a Planned Maintenance contract, managers can have peace of mind that equipment will be regularly serviced and maintained, ensuring consistent performance and pre-empting breakdowns due to out of date or faulty parts.

HUMIDITY SOLUTIONS’ Eddy Capraro has responsibility for Planned Maintenance – an area which has seen steady growth in recent years. Eddy comments ‘Businesses are increasingly seeing the value of Planned Maintenance as a cost- effective way of keeping equipment working at its optimum throughout its life, reducing workload and worry for site managers.’

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