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Stainless steel TPM Maintenance Station

TPM, a method designed to eliminate waste and optimize production. Losses, production stoppages and machine breakdowns are all very costly problems in production plants. However, these costs can be avoided by having the right reflexes. This is the p ...
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TPM, a method designed to eliminate waste and optimize production.

Losses, production stoppages and machine breakdowns are all very costly problems in production plants. However, these costs can be avoided by having the right reflexes. This is the principle of the TPM (Total Productive Maintenance) method. This LEAN approach, developed in Japan in the factories of the Nippondenso group, follows Preventive Maintenance and aims to improve the productive time of the company's production equipment by reducing downtime and breakdowns. There are many advantages to this method such as involving everyone, keeping the equipment in good condition, improving the monitoring of equipment, and eliminating wasted time and material. To help companies implement this approach, SESA SYSTEMS has developed a range of maintenance stations with all the products essential for its implementation. Today, SESA SYSTEMS is also offering this range in a stainless-steel version for demanding environments.


Stainless Steel TPM Maintenance Stations for Use in Demanding Environments

The advantages of the TPM method have led various industrial companies to apply it in their production workshops. However, companies in the agro-food, pharmaceutical or cosmetics sector are subject to strict health regulations which require them to use certain materials. Stainless steel is one of these materials. Stainless steel is made of a steel alloy with more than 10.5% chromium and it is not very sensitive to corrosion. Suitable for use at temperatures up to 300°C, it is also resistant to water, food acid or atmospheric humidity, which makes it a versatile material that is perfectly suitable for these environments.