By carrying out routine inverter maintenance and management service inspections, we can provide that specialist assistance by ensuring that the inverters are serviceable, ready for use 24 hours per day.
Utilising a database if necessary, we can keep customers informed and up to date on all drives, in operation, in stores and in repair.
By increasing the reliability of the inverters used in a manufacturing environment, we can reduce the downtime due to a reduction of inverter failures, therefore helping the customer increase their productivity, with the aim of zero breakdowns.
System Approach Summary
RJW divides the inverter maintenance function into four distinct areas in order to maximise performance and delivery the best possible results. Each area can be tailored around each customer’s specific requirements. These sections are: –
By carrying out careful planning (including asset registration) and setting out the project in clear areas we will ensure all requirements are covered. This includes ensuring, where required by the customer, the inverter maintenance program incorporating an asset register, repair history and condition monitoring reports, is used and is delivering the outputs required. The planning stage will also ensure the inverter stock is correctly stored and the correct stock coverage is also in place.
We aim to carry out the most suitable form of condition monitoring (most likely thermography) or preventive maintenance technique to every available unit in order to generate a complete database of information on the state of each item to prevent the occurrence of unknown failures.
We carry out best practice techniques in all aspects of repair designed to maximise the life of the components involved to provide greater reliability and prevent downtime and unwanted failures.