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  • Best Practice Maintenance Strategies for Mobile Equipment

    Best Practice Maintenance Strategies for Mobile Equipment A Conference Paper presented to the Maintenance in Mining Conference Bali Indonesia By Sandy Dunn March 1997 Introduction The traditional approach to maintaining mobile equipment based on fixed interval component replacements and overhauls is rapidly dying

  • Equipment Maintenance and Replacement Decision

    machines are both constraints in terms of maintenance in the same way they are constraints in production7 Applying data mining to manufacturing the nature and implications provides a perspective on the possible use of data mining to improve equipment maintenance procedures

  • How AI is Making Predictive Maintenance a Reality for the

    Predictive maintenance uses data from various sources like historical maintenance records sensor data from machines and weather data to determine when a machine will need to be serviced Leveraging realtime asset data plus historical data operators can make more informed decisions about when a machine will need a repair

  • Analysis of Mobile Equipment Maintenance Data

    mining industry and the susceptibiiity of this equipment to the mine environment Some specinc contributors to the challenges faamp by the rnining Uidustry are 1 A major portion of the equipment used in the mining industry is mobile or semi mobile 2 Factors influencing maintenance costs of mobile equipment include

  • TPM framework for underground mobile mining

    Maintenance is the combination of all technical administrative and managerial actions during the life cycle of an item intended to retain it in or restore it to a state in which it can perform its required function EN 13 306 2001 The maintenance of mining equipment is both challenging and expensive Over the years remarkable progress has