So learning maintenance and asset management on-the-job is definitely a challenge. That is why we organise the Maintenance Management and Asset Management course for maintenance managers and anyone starting out in a technical leadership position.
The Asset Performance 4.0 Hybrid Conference & Exhibition offers a unique opportunity to learn how new 4.0 technologies and fundamentals in operations, maintenance and asset management reinforce each other in order to achieve higher equipment reliability and cost performance in asset intensive
BEMAS, the Belgian Maintenance Association, organises the Asset Performance Awards to highlight achievements in maintenance and asset management. Asset owners and service providers can participate in three categories.
Did you know that 40% of motor failures are electrical? It is therefore important to consider MCA (Motor Circuit Analysis) & MCSA (Motor Current Signature Analysis) techniques as an integrated part of a global approach, aiming to control the failure modes influenced by or at the origin of supply current and voltage disturbances.
Responding to breakdowns, preparing work, being on schedule for the execution of your preventive maintenance, preparing standstills and executing them within the given time... Every maintenance department operates in a demanding and challenging environment, often with shrinking teams.
During this three-day training, we go through all 4.0 concepts in a logical order and with constant attention to their applicability. After this training, you will have all the keys in hand to make your 4.0 maintenance programme a success.
During this two-day training course, you will learn all the principles and techniques needed to draw up a failure mode driven maintenance plan. This training allows you to select the appropriate predictive techniques for the failure mode in place.