May 20, 2024 | Justin Clark

Custom Equifactor® Tables

Custom Equifactor® Tables

Chances are, your proprietary equipment isn’t in the standard Equifactor® loadout. Building custom tables has always been easy and intuitive, but our new tool lets anyone build custom Equifactor® tables in the TapRooT® Software fast!

Equifactor® troubleshooting tables support TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis by helping your experts quickly prove equipment failure mechanisms and build your SnapCharT®. Equifactor® gives maintenance, operations, and engineering the tools to move past making educated guesses, to proving and removing the root causes of equipment failure.

Seven Ways Custom Equifactor® Tables Will Help You

If you’re not familiar, here are seven examples of how teams operationalize Equifactor® tables:

  • Adapt FME(C)A, CBMS, PMS, PdMS, or PSM analysis for troubleshooting field use.
  • Catalog your expert’s system knowledge before he promotes/leaves/retires.
  • Collect evidence to enable Human Performance investigations around equipment failures.
  • Train new technicians on complex equipment.
  • Structure how your team captures lessons learned and new failure modes for all processes/machines.
  • Enable rapid return to operations with no repeats of unplanned downtime.
  • Pre-game troubleshooting and repair for critical non-spared assets.

Using the tables will help you become more efficient and effective in the work you do every day.

Learn More About Custom Equifactor® Tables

To learn Equifactor® Equipment Troubleshooting and the TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis investigation methodology, register for the next 2-Day Equifactor® Equipment Troubleshooting and TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis course. We cover every step of the TapRooT® process focusing on equipment root cause failure analysis, specifically for equipment specialists or anyone looking to eliminate repeat equipment failures.

An example of how easy it is to create new Equifactor® Troubleshooting Tables.
Ken Reed, Vice-President at System Improvements, troubleshoots a pump failure using Equifactor®
Root Cause Analysis
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