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  • 1. Total Productivity Maintenance
  • 2. TPM : Zero sum approach• Zero defects• Zero breakdowns• Zero losses
  • 3. Total productivity maintenanceTotal Productive Maintenance is productive maintenance involving totalparticipation for increased productivity.
  • 4. Why TPM: Downtime(a) Breakdowns due to equipment failure.(b) Setup and adjustment e.g . exchange of die injection moulding machines etc.
  • 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. 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. Requirements for TPMMaintain basic equipment conditionsMaintain operating conditionsRestore deteriorationCorrect design weaknessesImprove technical skillExpose hidden defects
  • 8. FICCI CE