3 Principles of TPM / Total Process Reliability (Video)

Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) is not a new concept, however it is often misunderstood.  It is still viewed as solely a maintenance initiative and lacks respect in other departments. Through the years Marshall Institute has refined TPM into Total Process Reliability.  A concept, highlighted in the name, that focuses on the efforts of everyone in order to improve equipment reliability and production output.

Greg Folts, president of Marshall Institute, outlines 3 key principles of Total Productive Maintenance and Total Process Reliability to help answer a few questions that people may have about the purpose and goal of these reliability improvement strategies.

 

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