Planned Preventative Maintenance – keeping businesses running this winter

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With winter 2014 predicted to be the ‘coldest for a century’ (or wettest, depending what you read) we  are urging businesses to implement a strategic approach to the maintenance of plant and machinery through ‘Planned Preventative Maintenance’ (PPM), to minimise the risk of damage from potential sub-zero temperatures, while generally keeping equipment running efficiently and stopping expensive downtime.

 

Don’t react, plan

Maintenance is often ‘reactive’, undertaken once equipment has failed or is becoming less efficient. However, plant and machinery represent a major investment for any business and it is vital these assets are properly maintained. Time is quite literally money so anything that can be done to stop downtime will have a knock-on effect to a business’ profitability.

 

If you supply or store fuel on-site, for example, the winter months could see tanks and pipes more liable to damage as temperatures plummet. Regular checks and maintenance procedures can prevent such incidents from occurring, but only if the correct measures are in place.

 

Putting into practice a ‘predictive’ Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM) programme could help firms reduce total building costs by up to 50 per cent, as well as extending equipment life, reducing energy consumption, and minimising disruption and costly downtime.

 

Schedules are based on the actual equipment and the environment in which they operate. By laying out clear planned maintenance operations, breakdowns and failures can be minimised, if not stopped, by preserving and enhancing equipment reliability, resulting in peace of mind for business of all sizes.

 

PPM support

We offer Planned Preventative Maintenance services and consultancy to a wide range of sectors, including national utilities, logistics, transport, FM companies and government agencies, covering the following areas:

 

As part of our Planned Preventative Maintenance consultancy services, we deliver a comprehensive site assessment with specialist engineers. The assessment covers a full environment asset list and will provide an overview of equipment status.

For more information about our Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM) services, click here. 

Call 0800 592 827 to talk to one of the team now!

 

 

 



Testimonials


We are very grateful to all those who assisted with the water ingress, starting from the initial call out response, co-ordinating and deploying the team to site with all the necessary equipment to help manage the large volume of water that was entering the building and the continued support until resolution of the external leak and the assistance with the cleaning up process.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch

I'd like to take this opportunity to thank you and your operatives for a speedy response and good work on site (as always).

National Grid
A&A dealt with the tanker leak very professionally, effectively and had very good knowledge of your work…
Cornwall Fire & Rescue Service