Proficy* Maintenance Gateway. Close-the-loop Between Your Plant Floor and Plant Maintenance Systems. What are the challenges today when applying maintenance practices…. Current Practices: NOT State-of-the-Art. Reactive Maintenance (Run the assets to failure then fix them!)
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Close-the-loop Between Your Plant Floor and Plant Maintenance Systems
Move Away from Being Only REACTIVE to Asset Failures!
Reduced Failure Rate
Schedule Maintenance Based on the USAGE of the Assets to Avoid“Under” or “Over” Maintaining Assets
Understand the “Health” of Critical Machines by ContinuouslyMonitoring the Trend of Key Process Variables and Derivatives
Forward-Loop Latency practices…. – the loop starting from data
collection in the plant to generation of a maintenance WorkOrder in the Enterprise Asset Management System
Reverse-Loop Latency – the loop starting from the generation of a maintenance Work Order in the Enterprise Asset Management System to the closure of that order“Real-Time” is of the Essence!
Your “Right Mix” of Strategies Must be Implemented withMinimal Latency for Maximum Agility
Agile Infrastructure: Minimize Forward-Loop Latency through real-time plant integration to Enterprise Asset Management Systems and Reverse-Loop Latency through real-time tracking of MTTR
Maintenance Work Orders Created, Viewed and Closed
Raw Process Data Stored and Contextualized by Equipment & Events
Monitors the Health of All Your Assets – All the Time
System maps GE Fanuc Software to your Maintenance System
Configuration wizards walk you through building your rules
Rules can be time or event-based and can be edited at any time
Rules configured and maintained by maintenance or production personnel in the plant
Allows You – in the Plant – to Configure Your Maintenance Rules
Leverage the Plant Model in GE Fanuc software to navigate the complexity of Maintenance Work Orders (WO)
Access all the information you need for each asset
Operating locations of equipment
Stores, repair shops and vendors for equipment
Equipment-related costs, histories, failures, etc…
Un/stocked spare parts
Your Window to All Asset Maintenance and ProductionPerformance Information
Maximo EAM practices….
List of open work orders, PMs, Job Plans, failure history, MBTF
Maintenance Work orders
Proficy Maintenance Gateway
Machine downtime, states, cycle times
Machine process variables
Proficy Plant Applications
Plant Floor Data(CBM, Sensors, PLC, HMI SCADA, etc.)Proficy* Maintenance Gateway
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PMG Intelligence Engines practices….
PMG Control Panel
PMG BusinessPMG Architecture
Plant X Listener
Note 1: The green boxes represent the adaptations for PMG 1.0.
Note 2: The dotted lines in the diagram refer to a data exchange between components, against continuous lines which refer to direct interaction.
Move away from a “Reactive-Only” Maintenance Strategy