Efficient maintenance planning is essential to ensure and maintain maximum plant availability. Through its add-on brewmaxx Maintenance, ProLeiT offers a compact and parameterizable solution for evaluating and planning all maintenance activities. Individual automation objects, such as valves, motors and frequency inverters, and entire package units, such as compressors, packers or pasteurisation units, can be clearly managed thanks to the intuitively designed solution.
brewmaxx Maintenance provides the process industry with real potential for optimisation in several respects: The extensive analysis functions allow maintenance staff to examine the maintenance objects with regard to varying categories, including operating cycles, operating hours or the service cycles defined in each case. Thanks to the add-on, shift supervisors can, at the start of each shift, gain an overview of which maintenance activities have been carried out and which production units need to be maintained / serviced in the near future. Production managers, on the other hand, benefit from greater machine and plant availability and the resulting increase in productivity.
Key functions of brewmaxx Maintenance:
- Predictive maintenance –
Display of the expected next maintenance date based on collected data
- Extensive analysis options –
Evaluation of the frequency and duration of operating cycles, operating hours and specified service cycles. If desired, the database can be exported to Excel. This enables a quick overview of required spare parts and documentation of the completed maintenance activities.
- Quick plausibility check by means of visual support –
Deviations can be identified quickly and easily
- Numerous selection options –
For example, overdue maintenance, expected maintenance (each according to calendar weeks), only objects with maintenance, only objects without maintenance, all objects
- Maintenance data is stored on a daily and monthly basis
- Clear representation of complex plants / plant components –
Multiple maintenance activities can be planned easily and quickly for each object
- Considerable time savings –
Due to, e.g., reduced parameterization requirements and the parameterization of maintenance activities via Excel
- Flat data structure and simple data export to external systems (e. g. SAP)