Maintenance Systems

Reactive maintenance


  • "Drive to breakage" - this concept means little effort for maintenance; just until the machine fails


  • Increased costs due to unforeseen downtime

  • Increased staff costs, especially for jobs requiring overtime

Preventive maintenance


  • Fixed maintenance intervals reduce machine downtime. Compared to the reactive maintenance, a cost saving of approx. 12% (pure material input) can be achieved.


  • A Maintenance based on time intervals leads to increased staff costs and high costs for spare parts, since components with remaining service life may also be replaced.

Predictive maintenance or condition-based maintenance


  • The permanent monitoring detects damage to components already in the development.

  • Maintenance work is therefore carried out only as needed and can be planned in good time.

  • Compared to preventive maintenance, a further cost savings of about 18% can be achieved. Costs for machine and process stoppages are thereby reduced.

  • Costs for personnel and spare parts are also reduced.


  • The costs of traditional surveillance systems such as thermography and vibration analysis can be very high.

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