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Breakdown maintenance

Hi, team in my client ,they want breakdown analysis. They identified formula breakdown hours/ total avialable hours. What will be the total available hours. How can i achieve this at object type. Class and equipment level. And one more here in my case, we have machines like welding machines, cranes,jacks etc. I have to prepare maintenance plan. How should i prepare it. Thanx in advance.

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    Posted on Oct 07, 2009 at 03:57 AM

    The Available of machine = Total hour - ( Breakdown hours+Maintenance work Hours ). Calculate the breakdown hours from The notification or Breakdown order actual hour . The same case for other general maintenance work hours on the machine. Your total machine hours per day consider as 24. If you want to calculate the stoppages like shutdown also you can go for specific notification or measurement points.

    This case ABAP report only helps if you want intorduce into equipment via classification check while creating the charecter by class, field value of your abap report. Unless need other developements

    For welding machine etc you can easily create the Time based preventive maintenance plan. Go for task list with required frequncy.

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