GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2023
Must-Know Maintenance Kpis [Latest Report]
Highlights: The Most Important Maintenance Kpis
- 1. Planned Maintenance Percentage
- 2. Reactive Maintenance Percentage
- 3. Mean Time to Repair (MTTR)
- 4. Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)
- 5. Equipment Downtime
- 6. Maintenance Cost per Unit
- 7. Preventive Maintenance Compliance
- 8. Asset Utilization
- 9. Spare Parts Inventory Turnover
- 10. Maintenance Backlog
- 11. First-Time Fix Rate
- 12. Emergency Maintenance Ratio
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Maintenance Kpis: Our Guide
Staying ahead in the dynamic world of maintenance management requires a robust understanding of key performance indicators (KPIs). In our latest report, we unveil essential Maintenance KPIs that everyone involved in this field must be aware of. These KPIs can drive improved efficiency, reduce operational costs, and push businesses towards success in an increasingly competitive landscape.
Planned Maintenance Percentage
This KPI measures the percentage of maintenance tasks that are planned out in advance, compared to reactive and unplanned maintenance.
Reactive Maintenance Percentage
This KPI calculates the proportion of maintenance work performed in response to equipment failure or breakdown.
Mean Time To Repair
A lower MTTR indicates faster response and repair times, improving equipment availability and reducing downtime.
Mean Time Between Failures
A higher MTBF signifies longer operating periods without failure, indicating better equipment reliability and effective maintenance practices.
This KPI measures the total amount of time that equipment is unavailable for production due to maintenance activities.
Maintenance Cost Per Unit
This KPI calculates the total maintenance expenses divided by the number of units produced.
Preventive Maintenance Compliance
This KPI measures the percentage of completed preventive maintenance tasks compared to the total tasks scheduled.
Higher asset utilization rates demonstrate efficient use of equipment and can be a sign of effective maintenance management.
Spare Parts Inventory Turnover
This KPI measures the number of times the spare parts inventory is used and replenished within a given period.
This KPI measures the total outstanding maintenance work orders that have not been completed.
First-Time Fix Rate
This KPI calculates the percentage of maintenance tasks that are successfully completed on the first attempt.
Emergency Maintenance Ratio
This KPI measures the proportion of emergency maintenance activities compared to the total maintenance work.
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