Agustiady, Tina Kanti

Total productive maintenance: strategies and implementation guide - Boca Raton CRC Press 2016 - xxi, 299 p.

Table of Contents:

1. Introduction

2. Overview--TPM and How It Fits into Lean, Goals and Benefits of TPM, History, Pillars of TPM

3. TPM and Lean

4. TPM and Six Sigma

5. Overview--Types of Maintenance

6. Equipment Effectiveneß

7. Introducing and Institutionalizing TPM

8. Preparatory and Introduction Stages

9. TPM Pillars

10. Hoshin Kanri

11. Organizational Change Management

12. TPM Case Study: Hydraulic Leak Reduction

13. Chad Olson, Xueyang Chen, Heng Liu, and Elizabeth Cudney

14. TPM Case Study: Preßure Regulator

15. Bill Dean, Charlie Barclay, Nanda Dey, and Elizabeth Cudney

16. TPM Case Study: Roller Aßembly Redesign

17. DeVaughan Woodside, Apurva Chinchore, Sujitkumar Dongare, and Elizabeth Cudney

18. TPM Case Study: Sticky Foil

19. Adebolaji Jobi-Taiwo, Adam Miller, Amelia Lopez, and Elizabeth Cudney

20. Future and Challenges of TPM

A systematic approach to improving production and quality systems, total productive maintenance (TPM) involves all employees through a moderate investment in maintenance. Therefore, a successful TPM implementation requires support of all employees from C-level on down. Total Productive Maintenance: Strategies and Implementation Guide highlights the importance of effective communication on all levels to successful TPM implementation. It also discusses the role of the right set of tools from the right perspective—and demonstrates how to obtain a healthy balance of both.

Authors Tina Agustiady and Elizabeth Cudney recognized a need for better understanding of how to apply and integrate the TPM philosophy and its associated tools and techniques. In this book they build a framework of problem-solving methods and tools from the TPM toolkit that help you understand the problems, develop process improvements, and develop a plan to implement change. They also provide an overview and introduction to the TPM methodology, detailed information on TPM implementation, and in-depth case studies.

A major highlight of the book is the inclusion of case studies and applications of TPM that have shown significant improvement in meeting customer requirements and reducing downtime of processes. These in-depth descriptions demonstrate how to successfully apply TPM based on real-world projects from a wide variety of processes. They provide hands-on experience—an invaluable resource when instructing the use of methods and tools in training or in a classroom. And, these case studies give you detailed step-by-step approaches to TPM integration with clear direction from project infancy to completion.



Total productive maintenance
Plant maintenance
Industrial equipment - Maintenance and repair

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