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A

SEMINAR REPORT
ON

TOTAL PRODUCTIVE MAINTENANCE


Submitted in partial fulfillment of Award of the Degree of

BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY
IN
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Rajasthan Technical University Kota
(Session-2014-15)

Submitted To:

Submitted By:

Mr. RAGHAV SINGH


Assistant Professor
Deptt. Of Mech. Engineering

LOKENDRA SINGH
11ERIME034
B.Tech 8th Semester

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING


RAJASTHAN INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
BHANKROTA,AJMER ROAD,JAIPUR-302026

CERTIFICATE

hereby

declare

that

this

seminar,

titled

TOTAL

PRODUCTIVE

MAINTENANCE is being submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the reward
of B. Tech. in Mechanical Engineering with specialization in Manufacturing and Assembly in
the department of Mechanical Engineering,

Rajasthan Institute of Engineering &

Technology, Jaipur.

Dr. VINOD SINGH YADAV

Mr. RAGHAV SINGH

(Head of Department)

Assistent Professor

Deptt.Of Mech. Engg.

Deptt.Of Mech. Engg.

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERIN


RAJASTHAN INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
BHANKROTA,AJMER ROAD,JAIPUR-302026

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
First of all, I would like to thank my course coordinator Mr. Raghav Singh,
(Assistant Professor, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering) for all the support, guidance and
encouragement throughout the course of my study. He devoted considerable time in guiding
and checking work and made valuable suggestions and correction in my draft. I would like to
thank my departmental head Dr. Vinod Singh Yadav

for guidance and providing the

facilities and assistance to carry out my work. I would also like to thank my colleagues at
Rajasthan Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jaipur for their suggestions and support at
various stages. At last but not the least, I would like to thank my parents as well as my family
for their constant encouragement and support.

LOKENDRA SINGH
B.Tech 8th Semester
Roll No.:- 11ERIME034
DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
RAJASTHAN INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
BHANKROTA,AJMER ROAD,JAIPUR-302026

PREFACE

To attain a very high standard on average, it is essential to impart seminar right from
engineering to the specialized executive in every concern. Today due to advancement and
mass production, a very high skill is required, which can only be developed by proper
seminar report.
SEMINAR REPORT is the most important of an engineering student. Seminar
report is a way to implement theoretical knowledge to practical use, to become a successful
engineer. Practical Training is the way by which we can acquire skill to work in industry.
This seminar report is my own experience gained at our college RIET, I could
understand the importance of experience gained by practical on the working field. Thus it is
very necessary for mechanical engineering student.
Development of our country depends upon the development and growth in the field of
industries and technology. All industries depend upon machinery for production both in terms
of quality and upon quantity for a well developed industrial base. Every country needs new
and modern technique as well as experienced and qualified engineer. Such practical training
plays a great role in education of an engineering student especially of mechanical engineering
student.

CONTENTS

PRELIMINARY PAGE.i
CERTIFICATE ................................................ii
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT................iii
PREFACE.....................iv

S.N. TITLE

P.N.

CHAPTER:01
1.

INTRODUCTION.............................................................................................1

CHAPTER:02
2.

CONCEPT OF TPM...2

CHAPTER:03
3. HISTORY...........................3
CHAPTER:04
4. TARGET OF TPM.............................................4
CHAPTER:05
5.

OVERALL EQUIPMENT EFFICIENCY. ..............6

CHAPTER:06
6.

STAGES IN TPM IMPLEMENTATION...................9

CHAPTER:07
7. PILLARS OF TPM........10
7.1 AUTONOMOUS MAINTENANCE............................10
7.2 PLANNED MAINTENANCE..11
7.3 KAIZEN12
7.4 QUALITY MAINTENANCE.......13
7.5 TRAINING...15
7.6 5S .....16
7.7 OFFICE TPM....20
7.8 HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT.23
CHAPTER:08
8. THE RESULT OF TPM.....24
CHAPTER:09
9. CONCLUSION......26
CHAPTER:10
10. REFERENCES......27

LIST OF FIGURE
FIGURE NAME
Overall Equipment efficency
Element of OEE
TPM stages
Pillars of TPM
Quality control
5s
TPM result

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LIST OF TABLE
NAME
Difference in TPM & TQM
Target of TPM
Detail of 5s
Seiri
Activities under 5s

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