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3 Ways To Reduce Your Equipment Maintenance Cost

Follow these tips and your company’s equipment won’t require as many tune-ups!


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Equipment Maintenance

 

There’s no two ways about it: you spend a lot of money on the equipment you need for your company. With the costs of the machinery, you don’t want to also be constantly worrying about your equipment needing repairs. Not only does this cost you money to have a piece of equipment maintenance, it also costs you money from a lag in the production timeline.

Continue reading below to learn more about how you can keep your equipment performing at the highest level.

Maintain The Proper Oil Levels With An Oil Quality Sensor

One key piece that can cause your machine to require a check-up sooner than should be necessary is from the oil levels not being at the proper amounts. If your machine lacks the right amount of oil, then the gears will have to work harder and they may start to grind slightly. This will cause unnecessary wear on your equipment.

With an oil quality sensor you will be able to actively monitor any oil degradation that is taking place. Using an oil quality sensor can help you save money on the amount of money that you have to spend on oil as well because many oil changes are charged based upon the oil’s condition, not on the historical schedule of changes that you’ve completed previously.

Through monitoring your machine’s oil condition, you’ll be able to have a better fundamental understanding of your machinery and you’ll know when the optimal time is for your oil change.

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Clean Your Equipment Regularly

While this piece of advice may seem fairly obvious, that doesn’t mean that it’s not important. You need to make sure that you clean your equipment on a regular basis to ensure that there isn’t a build-up of dirt anywhere in the machine’s system. Preventing a build-up of excess dirt in moving parts can help to prevent future breakages or a lack of movement. If there is a lack of movement in one part of the machine, it could begin to cause stress. Any stress in one part of your equipment can cause another part of the machine to overheat.

Store Your Equipment Correctly

Storage is an important part of making sure that your equipment lasts for a long time without requiring a lot of equipment maintenance check-ups. This is something that you should look into before you buy any equipment for your company.

Storing your equipment properly can become especially important if you have a machine that houses a lot of smaller pieces. Even if your equipment is meant to be used outdoors and it can withstand harsh conditions, your machinery will still last longer if you store it appropriately when the machinery is not in use. If your equipment will only ever be used indoors, be sure to read through some of the user’s manual before you purchase that equipment so you know you can take care of it correctly.

Follow these tips and your company’s equipment won’t require as many tune-ups!

 

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