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The technical meaning of maintenance involves functional checks, servicing, repairing or replacing of necessary devices, equipment, machinery, building infrastructure, and supporting utilities in industrial, business, governmental, and residential installations.
All Facility and Maintenance Officers, Home and Business Owners can manage Planned and Reactive Maintenance.
As much as they may wish it weren’t true, every asset wherever there located requires maintenance. Planned or Reactive maintenance can severely impact your day to day responsibilities. This is why a well thought out approach to maintenance is an essential part of running your business or home.
Reactive maintenance (also known as breakdown maintenance) refers to repairs that are done when plant & equipment has already broken down, in order to restore the equipment to its normal operating condition. This requires a quick, convenient, efficient and reliable response. At CoralAir we pride ourselves on our response time and solving the problem quickly
As for after-hours, CoralAir’s Contracted Clients emergency phone number is our Office line 9584 7200, then by following the prompts we can get you to the best field technician, who can be called at any time including public holidays where critical repair requires attention.
Planned or Programmed Maintenance
At CoralAir all planned (as well as reactive) maintenance tasks is performed and compliant with AS 4801 which is the safety standard and compliant with the Work Health and Safety Act 2011. All works are preceded by a site review, a safe work method statement and a risk assessment where applicable.
Planned maintenance is scheduled work in accordance with the asset supplier’s warranty and service manuals. This pre-arranged work often focuses on core aspects of the business and endeavours to service the asset before they fail and/or need to be replaced. For example, planned maintenance in a commercial facility could include the heating/cooling/ventilation and Fire systems. All of these assets are crucial to the day to day functioning of the facility and therefore the manager may be relieved to have a planned approach to compliance and the requirement for the facility’s assets.
This approach has many advantages, including extending the life of assets and equipment due to appropriate and scheduled maintenance over time. However, it’s important to understand that although this method significantly reduces the chance of equipment failure, it does not rule it out completely.
At Coral Air Conditioning we work with you to deliver improved facilities management, better performance, energy efficiency and a return on investment. Our specialist HVAC+R programmed maintenance services encompass the full life cycle of assets from design, construction, maintenance, service, compliance, sustainability, auditing, training and upgrades.
In our experience, determining your project’s functional & financial requirements is an essential process. It is extremely important for you to know the return on investment (R.O.I.) and effective life so that you can expect to receive so that you can allocate an adequate and realistic maintenance budget and understand the life expectancy.
This can be achieved via utilising CoralAir’s Bar-Coding Building Management System (BMS) software which assists with Asset life cycles and maintenance services performed and scheduled.
This will include the basic functionalities of building asset management, being:
In planning for the future, the following become essential
Our Asset Management Process will provide: