TPM: Collected Practices and Cases

Front Cover
CRC Press, Aug 19, 2005 - Business & Economics - 144 pages
0 Reviews
Equipment downtime can bring a lean manufacturing operation to a complete standstill. Total productive maintenance (TPM) is such a fundamental part of becoming lean because a machine failure at one step of a continuous flow process will halt all the steps before and after it. Strategies aimed at eliminating downtime are essential in any operation in which the processes require the use of complex machinery and equipment.

TPM: Collected Practices and Cases provides a variety of case studies taken from articles previously published in Lean Manufacturer Advisor: the monthly newsletter by Productivity Press.

 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

Chapter
9
Chapter
15
Chapter 4
21
Chapter 6
31
Chapter 7
37
Chapter 10
41
Kaiser Does TPM Wrong Then Gets It Right
43
Focusing the TPM Effort
59
Chapter 12
71
Chapter 13
77
Chapter 14
87
Chapter 15
93
Using OEE Effectively
99
Chapter 17
105
Chapter 18
111
Chapter 9
123

Chapter 11
65

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

Bibliographic information