Analysis and Implementation of Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) using Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) and Six Big Losses on Press Machine in P


Authors : Mohamad Nurdin, Muhammad Firdaus, Febrinayanti, Erry Rimawan.

Volume/Issue : Volume 3 - 2018, Issue 6 - June

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PT Asian Bearindo has implemented Total Productive Maintenance to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the manufacturing company as a whole. But in its implementation still not optimal which seen from not reaching production target. This study aims to measure the value of equipment effectiveness, find the root cause of the problem and provide suggestions for improvement. The research was conducted on the FDW02 Press Machine which has the highest breakdown rate. This study begins by measuring the achievement of overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) value, then identifying the six big losses that occur. The results showed that the average value of OEE on Press FDW-02 machine is 26.12%, the effectiveness value is very low because the standard of OEE value for world class company ideally is 85%. The biggest factor that influences the low value of OEE is the performance rate with the percentage factor of six big losses on idling and minor stoppages loss of 41.26% of all time loss. Proposed repair actions are to prepare autonomous maintenance equipment, to provide training for operators and maintenance technicians and to supervise operators on the cleanliness of the workplace.

Keywords : Total Productive Maintenance, overall equipment effectiveness, six big lossess.

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