Asset maintenance

Asset management and asset maintenance are direct contributions to your company's performance.  Streamline your asset program through an integrated view of workflow automation and real-time monitoring. 

The disciplines of maintenance

Assets maintenance has matured over the years.  Progressive asset managers employ a mix of preventative and predictive maintenance plans, understanding the strengths and weaknesses of each.  Assetas support your maintenance strategy.

Failure Maintenance

Failure maintenance is reactive and requires maintenance for an asset when they break. There is no investment after installation and prior to the failure.  The discipline is best used for less expensive and non-critical assets.

Predictive Maintenance

Predictive maintenance monitors the performance and condition of the assets to determine the next maintenance event. The discipline relies on tracking the operational history of assets to inform adjustments to the maintenance interval.  This strategy requires an investment to implement, due to the amount of data needed to set asset-specific schedules.

Preventative Maintenance

The most common type of maintenance planning, preventative maintenance is completed at set intervals. The discipline is easy to employ and satisfies manufacturer requirements or recommendations.

Reliability Maintenance

Reliability maintenance is an asset and operator framework for reliability for safe minimum levels of maintenance. The discipline uses specific maintenance tasks to address a potential failure mode, and grouping of maintenance tasks based on levels of criticality. For a specific asset, certain tasks may be based on failure maintenance while others are based on predictive maintenance.

Implementing maintenance

All companies employ asset maintenance strategies.  Assetas provides the tools, metrics, and oversight to establish your maintenance program.


Like an organized toolbox, sort, and store asset data uniformly with custom fields.

Maintenance plans

Create and apply maintenance plans to a single or group of assets.

Work orders

Store or lookup work orders, notes, and causes for the maintenance.

Failure modes

Record the failure mode(s) of assets for trending and analysis, like P-F Curves.

Task tracking

Ensure maintenance actions are executed with simple and transparent tasks.

Adjust periodically

Periodically adjust your maintenance plans with users and operational inputs.

Empowered workforce

Empower your employees to optimize the asset maintenance program.  Arrive at an optimal solution comprised of simple reactive and advanced proactive maintenance strategies based on your asset composition.  From basic inventory to planned and unplanned works to metrics and analysis tools, let Assetas help drive your operation.

Industry perspectives

Asset maintenance strategies

Most companies admit goals to optimizing asset maintenance does not meet their expectation.  There are many approaches and each with a benefit (and drawback).  A balanced, integrated maintenance approach typically brings increases in Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE).  Learn more.

FMEA and maintenance planning

Failure modes and effects analysis (FMEA) is an effective tool for asset reliability.  In a manufacturing or other operation, employing FMEA quantifies critical equipment using multiple metrics to identify and reduce asset failure risk.  

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Vibration and acoustic fault detection

Vibration analysis and emission signals are a useful method to detect diesel engine performance and faults.  Vibration signature changes can be detected to guide predictive maintenance.  

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