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    SISTEM PEMELIHARAAN TERPADUSISTEM PEMELIHARAAN TERPADU

    PROGRAM MAGISTER MANAJEMEN INDUSTRIPROGRAM MAGISTER MANAJEMEN INDUSTRI

    UNIVERSITAS MERCU BUANAUNIVERSITAS MERCU BUANA

    20102010

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    TantoTanto PratondoPratondo UtomoUtomo

    PendidikanPendidikan::S1: Teknologi Hasil Pertanian Fakultas Pertanian

    Universitas Lampung (UNILA) 1992S2: Teknologi Industri Pertanian Program Pasca-

    sarjana (PPs) IPB 2000S3: Teknologi Industri Pertanian Sekolah Pasca-

    sarjana (SPs) IPB 2008

    Course:Course:

    Material Flow Analysis(MFA), 2006, Department of Ecological Engineering Toyohashi University of Technology (TUT) - Japan

    KorespondensiKorespondensi::

    tputomo@yahoo.com; 0813 86 83 43 07

    Current Collaborative Research:Current Collaborative Research:

    Proposed Model of Improved Crumb Rubber Production ProcessProposed Model of Improved Crumb Rubber Production ProcessCompetitive Strategic Research Grant, Directorate of Higher EducCompetitive Strategic Research Grant, Directorate of Higher Education,ation,

    Ministry of Education, Republic of IndonesiaMinistry of Education, Republic of Indonesia

    mailto:tputomo@yahoo.commailto:tputomo@yahoo.com
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    Evaluasi penilaian

    Ujian tengah semester : 30 persen Ujian akhir semester : 30 persen Tugas

    (paper & presentasi) : 30 persen Kehadiran : 10 persen

    Nilai akhir

    A 85 100 4 sangat baik

    A- 80 84.99 3,75 sangat baik B+ 75 79,99 3,5 baik B 70 74,99 3 baik B- 65 69,99 2,75 baik

    C 60 64,99 2 cukup

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    ReferencesReferences

    Seiichi Nakajima. 1988. Introduction to Total Productive Maintenance.

    Cambridge, Massachusetts: Productivity Press Inc.

    Kunio Shirose. 1996. TPM: New Implementation Program in Fabrication and

    Assembly Industries. Marietta, GA: JIPM USA Office.

    Steven Borries. 2006. TPM. McGraw-Hill.

    Terry Wireman. 2005. Developing Performance Indicators for Managing

    Maintenance. New York: Industrial Press, Inc.

    Up to date information from well-known sources.

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    OverviewOverview

    SistemSistem (System)(System)

    PemeliharaanPemeliharaan (Maintenance)(Maintenance)

    TerpaduTerpadu (Integrated)(Integrated)

    Integrated Maintenance SystemIntegrated Maintenance System

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    SistemSistem

    adanya berbagai komponen (unsur),

    berbagai kegiatan (menunjuk fungsi dari setiap komponen),

    adanya saling hubungan serta ketergantungan antar komponen,

    adanya keterpaduan (kesatuan organis = integrasi) antar komponen,

    adanya keluasan sistem (ada kawasan di dalam dan di luarsistem),

    gerak dinamis semua fungsi dari semua komponen tersebut mengarah (berorientasi = berkiblat) ke pencapaian tujan sistem

    yang telah ditetapkan lebih dahulu.

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    Sistem adalah komposisi (susunan yang serasi) dari fungsi komponennya

    Sistem adalah rangkaian komponen yang saling berkaitan dan berfungsi

    ke arah tercapainya tujuan sistem yang telah ditetapkan lebih dahulu

    (Warijan, dkk., 1984: 1)

    Sistem adalah pengkoordinasian (pengorganisasian) seluruh komponen sertakegiatan dalam rangka pencapaian tujuan yang telah ditetapkan lebih dulu.

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    The modern view of maintenance is that it is all aboutpreserving the functions of physical assets.

    In other words, carrying out tasks that serve the central

    purpose of ensuring that ourmachines are capable of doing

    what the users want them to do, when they want them to do it.

    The possible maintenance policies can be grouped

    under four headings viz.

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    Corrective - wait until a failure occurs and then remedy the situation(restoring the asset to productive capability) as quickly as possible.

    Preventive - believe that a regular maintenance attention

    will keep an otherwise troublesome failure mode at bay.

    Predictive - rather than looking at a calendar and assessingwhat attention the equipment needs, we should examine the

    'vital signs' and infer what the equipment is trying to tell us.The term 'Condition Monitoring' has come to mean usinga piece of technology (most often a vibration analyser)to assess the health of our plant and equipment.

    Detective - applies to the types of devices that only need to workwhen required and do not tell us when they are in the failed statee.g. a fire alarm or smoke detector

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    When a guy goes out on the floorWhen a guy goes out on the floor

    to fix a machineto fix a machine

    HeHes not doing maintenance!s not doing maintenance!

    HeHes doing repair!!!s doing repair!!!

    (Ellis New Productivity Inc.)

    Maintenance isMaintenance is..

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    Changing attitude happensChanging attitude happens