Most preventative maintenance falls into these three categories: Regular, predictive, and prescriptive.
Low voltage switchgear is used across multiple industries such as healthcare, industrial buildings, and water/wastewater to regulate systems up to 1 kilovolt. Depending on your facility’s specifications, you can incorporate different product features, including:
- Regular: Regular preventive maintenance, also known as calendar-based service, occurs at standard intervals. In many cases, a manufacturer determines the best plan for regular service. Inspections are a well-known regular maintenance service.
- Predictive: Predictive maintenance happens based on the wear and tear on the equipment, rather than age. Common predictive maintenance services include lubrication and adjustments.
- Prescriptive: Electrical equipment is sometimes connected to the Internet of Things through preventive maintenance software. Prescriptive services use data captured from this software to prescribe necessary maintenance on an as-needed basis.