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PM Optimization in Steel Industry Through Re-Engineering Critical Parts

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Original date: 
Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Abstract: 
The evolution of Preventive Maintenance (PM) is based on analyzing equipment operating conditions, its criticality to production and maintenance cost. In this case study, participants will see the journey starts with setting safe PM schedule and parts stock to sustain production. Then root causes of failures are analysed, and plans for improvement are launched. Learn how plans-in-action should be supported by motivating everyone to the expected achievement. Ahmed will share that implementation is not the end of journey - it is where we need to evaluate whether we landed on the right solution from all aspects. He will also show that sometimes, touch ups are needed. Participants will see the real journey of RajhiSteel, started with a greenfield mini mill 8 years ago. See real examples of doing more than PM in the harsh environment of steel melting Electric Arc Furnace (EAF) and its specific equipment as Water Cooled Cables (WCC).
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MainTrain 2015
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Author Title: 
Electric Maintenance Manager
Author Employer: 
RajhiSteel
Author Bio: 

Ahmed has over 20 years of maintenance experience in Middle East leading companies ranging from steel to cement industries. He is a certified PMP, as well as an accredited consultant electrical engineer (SCE). Ahmed has been with RajhiSteel since 2004, which produces about 20% of the Saudi Arabia reinforcement bars needs, starting from scrap melting process. Previously he was a maintenance and automation supervisor engineer in ASEC - Sinai Grey Cement project, a company that specializes in EPC and O&M of cement plants. Prior roles as a maintenance engineer at EZDK Steel Meltshop, and EZZ group provides Ahmed with an indepth knowledge in maintenance.