Planned Preventative Maintenance
Planned Preventative Maintenance involves regular inspections, cleaning and maintenance of drainage systems to prevent issues such as blockages, leaks and structural damage.
Implementing a PPM program can significantly reduce the risk of unexpected blockages, leaks, system failures, leading to improvised system performance, reduced downtime and cost savings in the long run.
How can PPM help you?
Inspection and Assessment
Regular inspections are conducted to assess the condition of drainage systems.
Cleaning and Clearing
Regular cleaning and clearing of drainage systems are essential to remove any build-up of debris, sediment, or other obstructions that can lead to blockages.
Drainage System Repairs
Identified defects or damage within the drainage system should be promptly repaired to prevent further deterioration.
Grease Trap Maintenance
In commercial kitchens or food processing facilities, regular maintenance of grease traps is crucial. Grease traps should be cleaned and maintained to prevent blockages caused by the build-up of fats, oils, and grease.
Drainage System Upgrades
Drainage systems may require upgrades to meet changing regulations, accommodate increased demand, or improve efficiency.
Implementing preventative measures can help reduce the risk of drainage issues.
This includes documenting inspections, maintenance activities, repairs, and any other relevant information. Such records can help track the condition of the drainage system, identify recurring issues, and plan future maintenance.
DID YOU KNOW?
Planned Preventative Maintenance is a scheduled maintenance routine with the aim of ensuring that drainage infrastructure is serviced at regular intervals.
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