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EQUIPMENT RANKING CRITERIA

Lepanto's TPM
Gearing Towards Pro-Active Maintenance

Gearing Towards A Pro-Active Maintenance System

INSTRUCTIONS :
1 Gather previous machine history records, data, and experiences of others and rank each machine on the inventory lists
according to the evaluation ranking criteria matrix for every equipment, wherien Rank C is the worst machine
2 Try to consolidate all the Rank A machines and determine the worst machine for every consequences
3 Place stickers on every machine to be provided by the TPM Office and update once the machine's worst condition had
been restored

CONSEQUENCES

Evaluation Ranking Criteria Matrix


o Equipment failure mode takes 4 hrs or more to repair, occurs 3 to 4

MAINTAINABILITY
Effect of failure mode on product quality

times per month


o Equipment failure mode takes less than 4 hours to repair, and BDO occurs
less than 3 times per month
o Equipment failure mode can be left unrepaired until a convenient
opportunity arises
o Equipment failure mode have major effect on production, without standby

OPERATABILITY
Time and Costs of Repair

provision, and machine will be shut down completely


o Equipment failure only causes partial shut-down of equipment

RANK
A - Mtce
(WORST - 1st Priority)

B - Mtce
(WORST - 2nd Priority)

C - Mtce
(GOOD - Least Priority)

A - Oper
(WORST - 1st Priority)

B - Oper
(WORST - 2nd Priority)

o Equipment failure mode have little or no effect on production and


operations

SAFETY
Effect of failure mode on people's
safety and environment

C - Oper
(GOOD - Least Priority)

o Equipment failure mode poses explosion risks or other hazards,

A - Safety

and causes serious pollution or environmental consequences

(WORST - 1st Priority)

o Equipment failure mode might probably affect safety and environmental


consequences
o Equipment failure mode have little or no effect on safety and environmental
consequences
o Equipment failure mode has major effect on quality (could lead to product)

B - Safety
(WORST - 2nd Priority)

C - Safety
(GOOD - Least Priority)

A - Quality

QUALITY

contamination or abnormal reactions and produces out of spec product

(WORST - 1st Priority)

Effect of failure mode on product quality

o Equipment failure mode produces quality variations that can be put right

B - Quality

by the operator comparatively quickly


o Equipment failure mode have little or no effect on quality and product
defects

(WORST - 2nd Priority)

C - Quality
(GOOD - Least Priority)