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Title: Gestão da manutenção: ferramenta de lubrificação para redução de custos e maior confiabilidade
Other Titles: Maintenance management: lubrication tool for cost reduction and greater reliability
Authors: Figueiredo, Lincoln Henschel
metadata.dc.contributor.advisor1: Kieling, Antônio Claudio
Keywords: Manutenção;Confiabilidade;Lubrificação;Maintenance;Reliability;Lubrication
Issue Date: 7-Dec-2017
Publisher: Universidade do Estado do Amazonas
Abstract: The high competitiveness present in the corporate world requires that the internal processes are perfected continuously. The process of continuous improvement and operational excellence is common in large corporations looking for ways to optimize resources to reduce costs and increase revenues. Like any other department, industrial maintenance should also seek opportunities with evolution in reliability and efficiency. In this context, the application of continuous improvement methodologies, offer tools for identifying opportunities, correcting deviations and standardizing results. A study was made of the history of lubrication failures in a beverage company of the Polo Industrial of Manaus and tools were created to deal with the problems encountered and thus reducing recurrent lubrication failures in the production process stops, through the application of preventive maintenance of lubrication, presented as Lubrication Toolkit in the present work. It was used the inductive method by which a lubrication procedure was created (Toolkit) where it is described step by step how the lubrication should be done at each point of the machine. The work aims to reduce lubrication failures and bring excellence in maintenance performed by the operation, seeking reliability and continuous improvement in the MTBF. The result obtained shows that, in a brewery where an MTBF worked until January 2016 of 177 hours on average, it was started in the year 2017 with an average MTBF of 363 hours, thus resulting in significant efficiency of production lines, with a 20% increase in the accumulated from January 2016 to March 2017, in addition to the reduction with maintenance costs, where in 2015 a revenue of 3.6 million was spent, in 2016 (where it began the implementation of the Lubrication Toolkit) to 3 million and successively in 2017 to 2.7 million.
URI: http://repositorioinstitucional.uea.edu.br//handle/riuea/2317
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