“Preventative Maintenance: Don’t start today by doing yesterday’s work” – Deniece Schofield
When it comes to maintaining your capital equipment, are you reactive or preventative? Many manufacturers are now returning to the office and getting back into full production mode. As they do, production and maintenance managers want to ensure each machine is capable of running at its full capacity. Manufacturers are now considering preventative maintenance schedules over reactive maintenance solutions. After experiencing slower production or outright shutdowns from the pandemic, any further loss in production is costly and unacceptable.
Due to time and limited resources, many companies are now searching for options for their maintenance program. At Orbitform, we recognize the importance of preventative maintenance to ensure your production is running at full capacity.
In addition to providing our customers with maintenance instructions for their new machines, our Spare Parts, Tooling, and Service teams now offer the opportunity to partner with your production crew to provide scheduled preventative maintenance at your facility.
We recognize that each maintenance schedule should be as unique as the assemblies that are being manufactured.
To ensure we develop the correct preventative maintenance schedule for your equipment, our service technicians will first complete an on-site survey. This survey will help our team determine any immediate actions necessary to get your equipment working at full capacity and create a preventative maintenance schedule. Our team will then visit your facility during the scheduled time required to complete your entire machine preventative maintenance plan.
When limited by time and the necessary resources, many manufacturers are now looking for help to move from reactive to preventative maintenance plans. Orbitform’s team of highly skilled Service technicians stand ready to assist you in your preventative maintenance requirements. Contact us today to discuss how we can support your efforts and prevent costly machine downtime.