Scheduled Maintenance

Scheduled Maintenance

Our trained experts are here to keep your equipment operating as efficiently as possible.  Our experienced service department is made up of licenced millwrights and fluid power specialists that have the expertise to install / service power units, valves, pumps, cylinders, motors and much more.  We also provide service, parts, and maintenance for DeCloet harvesters and other specialized agricultural equipment.  As of Jan 2016 DFP’s service department has achieved it’s TSSA B31.1 Power Piping and B31.3 Process Piping certification.  We can help you achieve your certified TSSA inspected system.

With this approach, the vendor is responsible for minimizing the retailer’s scheduled maintenance is any repair and service work performed within a set timeframe.  It details when given maintenance tasks are performed and by who.  scheduled maintenance may occur at repeating intervals or in response to an emergency work request.  Contact Us today to learn more.


Scheduled maintenance can offer a strong return on investment.  This will benefit several operational categories in your business.  Apart from that, it will eliminate equipment breakdown, increase productivity and also boost assets life expectancy.

Recurring Work

This type of maintenance is usually used or considered when a company or an organization has recurring work.  The scheduler must have a plan, meaning he should assign a technician in advance and set a timeline for completing the task.

Industrial Preventive Maintenance

Industrial preventive maintenance is usually carried out regularly to keep equipment in better shape.  Several maintenance tasks are performed to prevent equipment failure.  The schedule is done depending on the machine operating time or calendar.  This helps avoid unexpected or unplanned shutdowns and also allows everything to run normally.

Challenging Priorities

In most cases, maintenance services are scheduled, given a deadline, and tasks are performed and completed on time.  But sometimes, this is usually not the case, and maintenance becomes overdue.  When this happens, it can be challenging to decide what task should be prioritized.

Protect Assets

It is crucial to protect your assets before their due date.  The best way to do this is to use scheduled maintenance.  It helps you minimize costs and promote workplace safety.  You can also use special tools to help you determine which assets in your business need regular maintenance.

When should Scheduled Maintenance be used?

Benefits of Scheduled Maintenance

In conclusion, it goes without saying industrial facilities require regular maintenance and are sometimes faced with unexpected maintenance.  This is because theses industries require movable parts that are prone to wear and tear.  To be on the safe side, you should opt for scheduled maintenance plans.  With such plans, you can ensure the integrity of your system.  But, more importantly, you can also certify that you are compliant with recognized safety standards.  Once you do that, you reap the benefits of optimal facility operation.