Tag #UndercarriageManagement

TrackTreads releases new Microsoft Mobile Inspection Tools

TrackTreads are pleased to announce the release of its Inspection Management Tools for the Microsoft Environment. This gives inspectors the choice of using a Microsoft Platform in the field for capturing Inspection data. Advantages Include. No need to change your devices – Apple, Android and Microsoft supported Auto-Updates – removal these issues – via Google …

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What ROI to expect from investing in Undercarriage Inspections on your jobsite

Investing in the implementation and use of Undercarriage Inspection Management Software needs to provide a return on investment. Undercarriage can make up more than 50% of the maintenance costs of a machine. Therefore managing undercarriage has the potential for large savings. How is the ROI measured:- Undercarriage Inspections guarantee better undercarriage life performance. Fleets of …

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"Undercarriage Inspections provide multiple Benefits for Fleet Managers"

Inspecting and Managing Undercarriage increases cashflow, profitability and improves Maintenance Scheduling

Undercarriage Inspections involve measuring each component using diferent tools and then using formula to calculate the % worn of the undercarriage components and the condition of the Undercarriage System. The percent worn of the component wear surface is then used to calculate the remaining life on each of the components. This can be added to …

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Undercarriage Budgets set the Scene

Every Undercarriage has a budget or target life it is expected to live within a specific environment. This budget can be affected by Changes to the specific Environment Weather patterns for the year The Inspection regime identifying intervention maintenance required Budgets however perform a far more important role. They identify which machines undercarriage components are …

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Why identifying Critical Life Path Undercarriage Components is important

All Undercarriage Components wear at different rates and the aim of monitoring the undercarriage is to review the differences in the wear rates between the components and identify which components will limiting the life of the entire undercarriage system as a whole. This means identifying which components will wear out first and thus prevent the …

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Where does the advantage lie in Digitizing Undercarriage Inspections

The time taken to complete a full Undercarriage inspection manually on a dozer is on average about 20 to 25 minutes covering both sides. A field Rope Shovel inspection on the other hand can take between 2 and 4 hours depending on the number of inspection or observation points and how much cleaning needs to …

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The most important Undercarriage Inspection is often missed

The most important Undercarriage Inspection is the End-of-Life inspection where the undercarriage components have reached the end of their useful life. This vitally important inspection is typically missed by most inspectors. So why is this inspection and the data so valuable. Undercarriage residual life is normally determined through inspection where the measurement of the remaining …

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A comprehensive Field Inspection Dataset has tremendous value to your business

Data that is collected over multiple inspections creates a dataset that can be extremely valuable to your business. So how can this be the case? Well there are a few reasons the dataset collected is specifically to your fleet of machines operated in your environment by your operators. This fact alone makes the dataset unique. …

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"Undercarriage Inspections have a cost, but its the value gained which is far more important"

The cost of Undercarriage Inspections and $ value gained

Undercarriage Inspections are not as common as Oil Sampling yet, but they are just as important. Every activity has a cost and a potential value added. Take and Oil Sample on an engine. Take all the oil samples over the life of the engine and full life can be achieved instead of a catastrophic failure …

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