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    PLANT OPERATION & MAINTENANCE

    TRACON INDUSTRI

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    TRACON CAPABILITY

    1. Experienced & Certified Man Power

    2. Good Maintenance Strategy Program

    3. High Technology Tools & Equipment Support

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    TRACON MAN POWER

    1. Experienced Man Power

    - TRACONs Manpower are Trained, Honesty , Integrity, & Have Good Safety

    Behavior.- Have Experienced 2 to 5 Years for Junior Grade, 5 to 10 Years to Middle Grade

    , and Over 12 Years for Senior Grade.

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    TRACON MAN POWER

    TRACON SPECIALIST / ENGINEERING EXPERT

    1. Vibration Analyzer

    2. Oil Analyzer

    3. Thermography Analyzer

    4. Ultrasonic Expert

    5. Welding Inspector

    6. Coating Inspector

    7. Vessel Tank Inspector

    8. Turbine Specialist

    9. Rotating Engineer

    10. Static Engineer

    11. Process Engineer

    12. Intrument Engineer

    13. Electrical Engineer

    14. etc

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    Good Maintenance Strategy Program

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    TRACONS MAINTENANCE STRATEGY

    CAPABILITY

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    1. RELIABILITY-CENTERED MAINTENANCE (RCM) RCM IS A SYSTEMATIC

    CONSIDERATION OF SYSTEM FUNCTIONS, THE WAY FUNCTIONS CAN FAIL, & A

    PRIORITY-BASED CONSIDERATION OF SAFETY AND ECONOMICS THAT IDENTIFIES

    APPLICABLE & EFFECTIVE PM TASKS.

    2. RELIABILITY-CENTERED MAINTENANCE (RCM) RELIABILITY-CENTERED

    MAINTENANCE (RCM) IS THE PROCESS OF DETERMINING THE MOST EFFECTIVE

    MAINTENANCEAPPROACH. RCM WAS FIRST APPLIED ON A LARGE SCALE TO

    DEVELOP THE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM OF THE BOEING 747. KNOWN AS MSG-3 IN

    THE AEROSPACE INDUSTRY.

    3. RELIABILITY-CENTERED MAINTENANCE (RCM) RCM IS A TECHNIQUE FOR

    DEVELOPING A PM PROGRAM. IT IS BASED ON THE ASSUMPTION THAT THE

    INHERENT RELIABILITY OF THE EQUIPMENT IS A FUNCTION OF THE DESIGN AND

    THE BUILD IN QUALITY. AN EFFECTIVE PM PROGRAM WILL ENSURE THAT THE

    INHERENT RELIABILITY IS REALISED.

    RCM GENERAL OVERVIEW

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    OBJECTIVE OF TRACON RCM

    Reduce Maintenance Cost

    Increase Plant Reliability

    Efficiency Energy Consumed

    High Plant Productivity

    High Level HSE

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    HISTORY OF RCM

    RCM HISTORY ORIGINATED IN THE AIRLINE INDUSTRY IN THE 1960S. BY THELATE 1950S, THECOST OF MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES IN THE AIRLINE INDUSTRY

    HAD BECOME HIGH ENOUGH TO WARRANT A SPECIALINVESTIGATION INTO THE

    EFFECTIVENESS OF THOSE ACTIVITIES. ACCORDINGLY, IN 1960, A TASK FORCE

    WAS FORMED.

    RELIABILITY CENTERED MAINTENANCE HISTORY CONSISTING OF

    REPRESENTATIVES OF BOTH THE AIRLINES AND THE FEDERAL AVAITIONADMINISTRATION (FAA-US) TO INVESTIGATE THE CAPABILITIES OFPREVENTIVE

    MAINTENANCE. THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THIS TASK FORCE SUBSEQUENTLY LED

    TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF A SERIES OF GUIDELINES FOR AIRLINES AND AIRCRAFT

    MANUFACTURERS TO USE, WHEN ESTABLISHING MAINTENANCESCHEDULES FOR

    THEIR AIRCRAFT.

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    HISTORY OF RCM

    Run to

    Failure

    Preventive

    Maintenance

    Basic

    Inspections

    Organized

    Preventive Maintenance

    Conditioning

    Monitoring

    Proactive

    Maintenance

    Reliability

    Centered Maintenance

    1930 1950 1990 2000 2010

    IncreasingReliability

    RCM Implemented in general industry

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    RCM FLOW PROCESS

    Step 1

    Select the Most

    Critical Equipment

    Step 2Identify the

    Functions of

    the equipment

    Step 3Establish

    perfomance

    Standards

    Step 4

    Determine Type

    of Failures

    Step 5

    Enumerate

    Consequences

    Of failures

    Step 6Rank the

    Consequences

    of failures

    Step 7

    Apply the mosteffective condition

    Monitoring

    techniques

    Step 8

    Establish an overallMaintenance plan

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    RCM CHART

    ReliabilityCentered

    Maintenance

    Reactive Interval ( PM )Condition Base

    MaintenanceProactive

    Small Items Non Critical

    Inconsequential

    Unlikely to Fail

    Redundant

    Subject to wear-out

    Consumable

    replacement

    Failure pattern

    known

    Random failurePatterns

    Not Subject to

    wear

    PM Induced failure

    RCFA Age Exploration

    Failure Modes and

    effect Analysis (

    FMEA )

    Acceptance

    Testing

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    EQUIPMENTS FAILURE SYMPTOMS

    TRACONS EXPERT IN RELIABILITY CENTERED MAINTENANCE

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    ADVANTAGE RCM STRATEGY

    STRATEGY

    DEFINITION

    REACTIVE PREVENTIVE PREDICTIVE PROACTIVE

    Fix it when itbreaks / Run to

    Failure

    Conductmaintenance at

    regular at

    intervals

    Maintain basedupon known

    condition \/

    standards

    Redesign toeliminate root

    causes of failure

    ADVANTAGE

    S ( WhenImplemented

    correctly )

    Cheap Can be planned

    for / Scheduled

    Spot a potential

    failure

    Less maintenance

    requires

    Disadvantage

    s ( When

    implement

    correctly )

    High Spare stock

    levels.

    Emergency

    Outages

    Unnecessary

    replacement of

    part. Poor

    utilization oflabour

    Costly if

    implemented

    incorrectly

    Could be

    expensive

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    BATHTUNB CURVE

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    PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY

    TRACONS EXPERT IN RELIABILITY CENTERED MAINTENANCE

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    PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY

    TRIBOLOGY

    1. Lubricating Oil Analysis

    2. Spectrographic Analysis

    3. Wear Particle Analysis

    VIBRATION ANALYSIS

    1. Rotating2. Static

    Other Maintenance / Failure Detection techniques :

    Acoustic monitoring

    X-ray or Radiography Inspection

    Magnetic Particle Inspection

    Eddy Current Testing

    Ultrasonic testing

    Liquid Penetrant

    Motor Current Signature Analysis ( MSCA )

    Bore scope InspectionTHERMOGRAPHY

    1. Infrared Thermometers

    2. Line Scanners

    3. Infrared Imaging

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