Propuesta de Modelo de Gestión de Mantenimiento para Industrias MAFAM S.A.
Varela-Otárola, Andrés Alberto
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The following project was developed in Industries MAFAM S.A., also known commercially as Nutrisnacks, and whose economic activity is in the food sector, with a wide variety of products like cookies, bars and snacks. This project aims to give the maintenance department the tools and management mechanisms required to improve the availability of equipment, as well as facilitate the organization and planning department due to the expansion of the plant, which since July 2016 is working to triple its production. In the diagnosis of the current situation, it's possible to delimit the problems that the department has, in which planning and information management are the main points against the department to increase its efficiency, for this reason is designed and elaborated a software for maintenance, this through the program Microsoft Excel to handle all the departmental information, from the management of spare parts and inputs, such as the management of the work done and programming of the Preventive maintenance plans that they wish to restructure. As mentioned above, the company requires a restructured preventive maintenance plans for all machines, because there are no maintenance manuals or a study of machine requirements based in manufactured technician’s aspects and the requirements due to the work environment in which they are submitted, for this reason it's proposed to make a preventive maintenance program based on failure mode effects analysis, which is executed with the help of technical staff and operators. Finally, the proposed maintenance management will be carried out to use the preventive maintenance plans efficiently, in addition to defining a course for the department, efficiently managing its information and controlling both spare parts and supplies and the work performed by the technician’s staff.
Proyecto de Graduación (Licenciatura en Ingeniería en Mantenimiento Industrial) Instituto Tecnológico de Costa Rica. Escuela de Ingeniería Electromecánica, 2017.