Maintenance shutdowns are about just that: Maintenance, Repairs, Replacements, Retro-Fits, and New Additions.
Industry has a variety of different types of maintenance schedules when it comes to the safe operation of equipment. Profit and productivity are closely linked to maintenance, so shutdowns need to be systematic and efficient.
Predetermined or predictive maintenance of your equipment is the most cost-effective method. It often does not require a shutdown of a shop or factory; however, there will be times when the issue at hand cannot be solved during the predetermined or predictive maintenance schedules of a given company. When those situations occur, preventative and corrective maintenance systems are the only option.
Corrective maintenance is a series of tasks performed to:
- Identify the issue
- Isolate the problem
- Correct the fault in the failed equipment or machinery
- Restore the equipment to full operation in a timely and efficient manner
When a defect is detected on your equipment or production line, our goal is to get your business back on track. We can repair, replace, retro-fit, and add new additions to your equipment to get you back online quickly, efficiently, and with safety at the forefront of all that we do.
Our recent work, shown here at a local Calgary aluminum can manufacturer, is an example of a corrective maintenance shutdown where CL Johnson Portable Welding, in conjunction with Way-Tech Boiler Services, installed the new addition required for the vac-pump station.
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