Total productivity maintenance technique

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Total productivity maintenance technique

  1. 1. Total Productivity Maintenance
  2. 2. TPM : Zero sum approach• Zero defects• Zero breakdowns• Zero losses
  3. 3. Total productivity maintenanceTotal Productive Maintenance is productive maintenance involving totalparticipation for increased productivity.
  4. 4. Why TPM: Downtime(a) Breakdowns due to equipment failure.(b) Setup and adjustment e.g . exchange of die injection moulding machines etc.
  5. 5. Why TPM - Speed losses(a) Idling and minor stoppages e.g. abnormal operations of sensors(b) Reduced speed e.g. discrepancies between design and actual speed of equipment
  6. 6. Why TPM - Defects(a) Defect in process and rework ( scrap and quality defects requiring repair )(b) Reduced yield between machine startup and stable production.
  7. 7. Requirements for TPMMaintain basic equipment conditionsMaintain operating conditionsRestore deteriorationCorrect design weaknessesImprove technical skillExpose hidden defects
  8. 8. FICCI CE

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