It’s no secret that an electrical fault can comprise the productivity of your plant floor. It’s also no secret that an emergency call repair is drastically more expensive than a planned repair or preventative maintenance service.
In short, service maintenance contracts are designed to maintain your electrical services in peak, optimal condition. With the opportunity to tailor maintenance service contracts to fit your precise needs, you’ll be able to rest easy knowing your electrical systems are taken care of.
So why have a maintenance contract?
Benefits of Maintenance Contracts:
- Reduced Downtime: When a plant floor experiences power issues or equipment faults, productivity is halted, and costly downtime results. By caring for your systems in a planned, preventative way – such as through a service maintenance contract – issues are resolved early-on and your critical assets and infrastructure are protected.
- Reduction in Cost: Service maintenance contracts contain costs within an annual maintenance operational expense budget (OP EX). This allows for clear, seamless budgeting with predetermined rates and services verses paying for costly, immediate service work.
- Remote Work: Even in the current COVID-19 situation, teams can provide remote support – such as remote monitoring, health monitoring, and remote programming support. Remote support ensures that your plant floor receives immediate attention and solutions even during critical conditions.
- Mitigation of Risk: Downtime wrecks productivity on your plant floor. Service maintenance contracts provide you with predictability and a mitigation of risks since your equipment is reviewed and cared for on a consistent basis.
Maintenance service contracts are centered on keeping your facility and assets running optimally and in accordance with their designed operating specifications. Partnering with Feyen Zylstra’s electrical services team bring the years of experience and lessons learned needed to keep your assets, facilities, and enterprises working in ideal condition.
- Pre-determined numbers of days per month or quarter for an engineer to be onsite or provide remote services
- System troubleshooting
- Preventive maintenance
- Firmware and software updates on computers, PLCs, or SCADA Systems
- Operating system patches and test
- Field Instrumentation maintenance calibration and test
- Security and Virus Protection upgrades and test
- Networking and LAN infrastructure design and troubleshooting
- Historian Maintenance and Upgrades
- Customer training and minor system enhancements
- Control Systems, Process Instrumentation, and Information Systems
- Health Monitoring
- Remote Monitoring and Programming
- Backup and Restore of Programs
- Asset Management and Vibration Monitoring
- System and Application Training
- Emergency Service Contracts with guaranteed response times
- Thermography Studies
- Arc Flash Studies
- Networking Studies