Core CMMS Modules
The modular design of the Idhammar MMS allows for greater flexibility and the choice of a wide range of modules to suit different environments and needs from enterprise to smaller and medium size businesses. The following provides a brief description of the foundation modules, but for more information on these and other modules please download the datasheet or contact us.
A key module for successful asset management – the asset register identifies and controls all maintainable assets within the organisation. Each asset can be described with details that can include:
- Unique identifier and Asset type
- Supplier & model details
- Cost centre
- Owner and Location
- Bill of Materials
- Technical Specification
A key requirement of any CMMS is the ability to manage maintenance work on a day by day or hour by hour basis by means of printed work orders or by use of PDAs. Idhammar MMS’ Work Management module allows users to:
- Set priorities, start and completion dates/times
- Allocate resources and balance workload
- Identify spare part and external purchase requirements
- Describe work to be done or already completed
- Estimate costs
- Group tasks within projects
The Planned Maintenance functions allow users to set up standard jobs which may be repeated either on the basis of periodic frequency (days, weeks, months, etc.), by a counter reading (hours run or units produced) or as determined by a planner. Maintenance schedules can be established by Asset Type and optionally linked to all Assets of that Type.
for more information on Preventive and Predictive Maintenance).
Inspections & Lubrication
Idhammar’s CMMS will prompt users to undertake inspections and lubrication rounds as necessary. Inspections can encompass sophisticated condition monitoring techniques such as vibration analysis or oil sampling or they can be simple look, listen, feel checks. Inspection frequency can easily be adjusted in response to changes in the incidence of equipment failure.
Documents & Drawings
The Document Management module includes definitions of all drawings and documents that are used by the maintenance teams. Physical documents may be stored in drawing offices, planning and control-centres, or close to equipment, whereas electronic documents may be stored on networked data servers. In both cases the Drawing module will identify which drawings are available and identify their location. Electronic documents (e.g. digital photographs, scanned test certificates, schematics, Word, and Excel files) can easily be launched from within the system.
For more information on key standalone Idhammar MMS modules which can also be seamlessly integrated with any CMMS, choose: