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Maintenance and Repair

Maintenance and Repair

Maintenance and repair

Equipment, machinery, and facilities are maintained, repaired, and serviced as part of the maintenance and repair (M&R) process to make sure they are operating correctly, dependably, and effectively. M&R actions are carried out to prevent equipment failure, increase equipment lifespan, reduce downtime and production losses, and more.

The routine tasks carried out to keep equipment in excellent functioning order are referred to as maintenance. This could entail lubrication, inspection, cleaning, and replacement of any worn-out or broken parts. Regular preventive maintenance (PM) is a sort of maintenance that is done to keep equipment from breaking down and to make sure it is operating at its best.

On the other hand, repair describes the corrective measures that are performed to fix machinery that has broken down or is not operating as it should.

Some common M&R activities may include:

  1. Regular inspections of equipment and facilities to identify potential problems and perform preventive maintenance.
  2. Lubrication and cleaning of machinery to keep it running smoothly and efficiently.
  3. Replacement of worn or damaged components to prevent equipment failure.
  4. Troubleshooting and repair of equipment that has failed or is not functioning properly.
  5. Upgrading or modernizing equipment to improve performance, reliability, and efficiency.

M&R is an essential function in many industries, and organizations must invest in it to ensure that their equipment and facilities remain in good working condition and operate at optimal levels.
A comprehensive inspection data helps in making an effective strategy for repair and rehabilitation