Motor Asset Reliability Management

T5 Group offers a comprehensive suite of Motor Asset Reliability Management services tailored to optimize motor performance and reliability. This includes maintaining an In-Service Motor database and a Spared Motor Database for efficient inventory management and replacement planning. They also manage motor protection settings through a Motor Protection Database and develop Motor Equipment care plans based on criticality assessments and operational requirements. On-site management ensures timely maintenance, while reporting and annual financial assessments provide insights into performance, cost analysis, and optimization opportunities. Additionally, they leverage PDMA Remote Monitoring for predictive maintenance, early fault detection, and performance monitoring, all aimed at maximizing motor efficiency and minimizing downtime.

T5 Motor Management Servies

Motor Asset Reliability Management: Comprehensive management of motor assets to ensure optimal performance, reliability, and longevity through strategic planning and execution of maintenance activities.

In-Service Motor Database for Site: A centralized database containing information on motors currently in service at the site, including specifications, maintenance history, performance data, and maintenance schedules.

Spared Motor Database: An inventory database of spare motors available on-site, including details such as model numbers, locations, conditions, and availability for quick replacement during equipment failures or maintenance activities.

Motor Protection Database: A database that records motor protection settings, alarms, and trip conditions to ensure motors are operating within safe parameters and are protected against potential faults or damage.

Motor Equipment Care Planning: Developing and implementing detailed care plans and maintenance schedules for motor equipment based on manufacturer recommendations, operational requirements, and reliability goals.

Criticality Assessment: Evaluating the criticality of motors based on factors such as operational impact, downtime consequences, safety considerations, and financial implications to prioritize maintenance efforts and resource allocation.

Motor On-Site Management: On-site management and oversight of motor operations, maintenance activities, inspections, repairs, and troubleshooting to ensure continuous and reliable motor performance.

Reporting: Generating regular reports on motor performance, maintenance activities, downtime events, energy consumption, cost analysis, and key performance indicators (KPIs) to monitor progress, identify trends, and make data-driven decisions.

Annual Financial Report and Assessment: Conducting an annual financial assessment and reporting on motor-related expenses, maintenance costs, savings from reliability improvements, return on investment (ROI), and recommendations for optimization.

PDMA Remote Monitoring: Implementing Predictive Maintenance and Condition Monitoring using PDMA (Predictive Maintenance Analytics) technology for remote monitoring of motor health, early fault detection, predictive maintenance scheduling, and performance optimization.