Maintenance & Repair

Improving Preventive Maintenance On The Shop Floor

The best shop floors are those that provide the goods and machinery required for efficiency and effectiveness. Small differences in technology, work ethics, and plant management could make all the difference in the production levels. Small flaws could see manufacturing plants slip away from the competition.

Besides production levels, the employee accident incidents need to stay low or be preventable with the correct procedures in place. This is why it is so important to stay on top of developments and problems within the plant. The best way to do this is with scheduled preventive maintenance.

Topics Outline For Preventive Maintenance Planning and Shop Floor Improvements:

  • What is preventive maintenance?
  • Why should manufacturing plants implement new plans on the shop floor?
  • What approaches are there?
Maintenance & Repair

First Robotic Waste Sorting System

Maintenance & Repair The Waste Material

Many things are happening in the commercial world of cleaning and handling waste. Warehouses need to be safe for workers, inventory, and heavy machinery to move around and clear of obstructions. It should also be safe for workers such that they don’t contact any disease or health risk as a result of dust or exposure to industrial chemicals.

The best methods should necessarily combine superior cleaning technology with affordable equipment; this provides for efficient use of time and money. The sources of debris on an industrial floor vary from stocked material, and fuel spills wooden planks even forklift tires not to mention dust.

 All these sources of the waste make it difficult to maintain high standards of cleanliness. And …

Maintenance & Repair

Monitoring Motors and Gearboxes Using Thermal Imaging


Every object has a distinct heat signature. An object’s infrared radiation is used in thermal imaging to improve the visibility of objects in the dark. Thermal imaging receptors detect an objects rendition and create an image based on that information. Thermal imaging can penetrate any obscurants such as smoke, haze, and fog. Thermal imaging works for Maintenance & Repair without ambient light since it detects the heat signature of an object.

It uses a thermal camera (Thermal imager) which is a heat sensor that is capable of detecting the slightest differences in temperature.