PM (Preventive Maintenance)

Regularly scheduled maintenance tasks performed to prevent future breakdowns and extend the life of a vehicle.

Components of Preventive maintenance 

  • Data Collection: Sensors on vehicles monitor engine performance, fuel consumption, and other vital signs.
  • Data Analysis: Advanced analytics identify patterns and trends in the collected data.
  • Maintenance Scheduling: Alerts trigger preventive maintenance based on predicted issues, not just mileage or time intervals.
  • Inventory Management: Predictive maintenance allows for optimized ordering of spare parts to ensure availability when needed.

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Examples 

  • An engine sensor detects a slight coolant leak, prompting a scheduled repair before a major breakdown.
  • Vibration analysis predicts a potential bearing failure, allowing for pre-emptive replacement to avoid costly repairs.

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Benefits of regular Preventive Maintenance 

  • Reduced Downtime: Prevents unexpected breakdowns and keeps vehicles on the road.
  • Lower Repair Costs: Catches issues early, allowing for cost-effective repairs before major failures.
  • Improved Safety: Minimizes the risk of accidents due to mechanical failures.
  • Extended Vehicle Lifespan: Proper maintenance practices prolong the life of your fleet vehicles.
  • Enhanced Operational Efficiency: Maximizes vehicle availability for productive use.

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Cuts costs, boosts safety, extends vehicle life, and keeps them running smoothly.