Adapting to a Predictive Maintenance Strategy

Predictive Maintenance focuses primarily on predicting the likelihood of the occurrence of a failure and preventing the failure by performing timely maintenance.


  • Reduces unexpected downtimes and improves the availability of the equipment

  • Reduces the maintenance costs and improves the maintainability of the equipment

  • Improves the overall performance and production outcomes of the installation/plant

Key Factors:

  • Human Resources:

    Adapting Predictive Maintenance doesn’t add or remove jobs. It enhances the performance of the existing maintenance personnel.

  • Skills & Capabilities:

    Most of the time, the skills and capabilities required to apply Predictive Maintenance strategy are already available in the organisation.

  • Criticality – the scope of work:

    Monitor the critical equipment which when fails, affect the installation/plant the most and in the worst case, stop the operations.

  • Approach of implementation:

    Adapt the Predictive Maintenance strategy to move from corrective or reactive based maintenance to proactive maintenance.

how can we help you?

Contact us to know how Predictive Maintenance can transform your organisation.

Imerys is fully satisfied by the performance of PREDICT and work regarding the implementation of the Kasem software within the Monicalc project, at the Imerys Minerals Site in the UK.

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