Reduce plant breakdowns to zero and increase productivity with this step-by-step guide to implementing TPM. Included are discussions of TPM for complete elimination of losses; the outline of TPM; the five countermeasures to TPM breakdown; and the seven steps of autonymous maintenance: initial cleaning, countermeasures to source of contamination and inaccessible area, cleaning and lubricating standards, overall inspection, autonomous inspection, process quality assurance, and autonomous maintenance in manual work. With 118 illustrations and an index.4.2 The Autonomous Maintenance Development Program 4.2.1 The seven steps of autonomous maintenance In previous chapters, the natures of losses and countermeasures to eliminate them were discussed. In this section, a summary of anbsp;...
|Title||:||TPM implementation, a Japanese approach|
|Author||:||Masaji Tajiri, Fumio Gotō|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Companies - 1992-06|