Run-to-failure and predictive maintenance

The MTZ+ is the module in the STAIN+ suite that calculates and analyzes the costs of all maintenance activities, manages the spare parts warehouse, any run-to-failure maintenance requests and the deadlines for predictive maintenance, safety procedures and maintenance technical datasheets.

  • Configurability. The MTZ+ provides for wide unlimited configurability and tree-based parameterisation of all the components subject to maintenance.
  • Incidental maintenance (failure). The MTZ+ allows the operator to report any failure in the field and manage the entire process up to its solution and final balance.
  • Routine Maintenance (Preventive, Predictive, Cyclic). The MTZ+ handles the definition, planning and traceability of routine maintenance activities for each configured component, with time intervals or according to physical quantities (piece counters, kWh, etc.).
  • Documentation. The MTZ+ allows to associate, in electronic format, technical datasheets, videos and safety procedures to each component and intervention, thus eliminating paper and paperwork.
  • Simulation of expired activities. The MTZ+ implements a utility that allows for the simulation of activities expiring in the next N days. 
  • Spare Parts warehouse. The MTZ+ manages SPARE PARTS warehouses and the SPARE PARTS  log sheet.
  • Reporting. The MTZ+ provides an advanced reporting that is able to analyse in detail the interventions made to display times, costs and spare parts used for each component, intervention, maintenance engineer, period, reason, etc.
  • Alert e-mailing. The MTZ+ can send alert emails in the event of run-to-failure maintenance requests in the field by operators, the forthcoming expiry of planned maintenance interventions and other configurable interventions.
  • One platform and one field operator interface to manage production and maintenance.
  • Interface availability on a tablet to report any failures and interventions directly in the field and maintenance interventions performed.
  • Possibility of generating frequencies of programmed interventions not only over time but also per workpiece or actual production time.
  • Interface designed to receive hour count even from third-party systems.
  • Costs of run-to-failure and predictive maintenance detailed by component, period, type, etc.
  • Real-time updated spare parts stock in various warehouses.