Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) is a crucial measure in TPM that reports on how well equipment is running.
It factors three elements — -the time the
machine is actually running, the quantity of products the machine is turning out, and the quantity of good output – into a single combined score.
Directly addressing those who are best positioned to track and improve the effectiveness of equipment, OEE for Operators defines basic concepts and then provides a systematic explanation of how OEE should be applied to maximize a piece of equipment’s productivity and recognize when its efficiency is being compromised.
Productivity Development Team – 1999 – $29,95 [Buy: Productivity Press]
Written primarily for those responsible for the reliability of equipment and the production operation, this innovative book centers on developing and measuring true Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE).
The author demonstrates that true OEE correlates with factory output, provides a methodology to link OEE with net profits that can be used by reliability managers to build solid business cases for improvement projects, and draws on his own experience by presenting successful improvement applications in every chapter.
Additionally, it will also help practitioners better understand Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) and develop an effective foundation to support Reliability-Centered Maintenance (RCM).
Robert Hansen – 2002 – $47,95 [Buy: Industrial Press]
Your machinery could actually be twice as large as you think. See, in addition to every machine there is often an identical ‘hidden’ machine. OEE for the Production Team reveals the trick to find this hidden capacity and use it.
‘The mystery of the hidden machine’ offers you the key to unlocking this secret: Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE). This measuring instrument, which originated in Japan, sheds light on production losses and consequently enables them to be solved using improvement strategies such as TPM, Lean Manufacturing or Six Sigma.
‘OEE for the Production Team’ is suitable for both extensive study and a quick scan of the key points of OEE. In other words, it is the ideal guide for operators, mechanics and team leaders, as well as management and human resources. OEE, according to the description in this book, is more than just a measuring tool; it is the foundation for improving effectiveness.
In order to achieve this, a number of things must be arranged properly during implementation. You can proceed through the eight steps described one at a time.
Once OEE has been implemented, you carry out a critical step by step evaluation in order to determine if any improvements can be made to the measuring system.
Arno Koch – 2007 – € 41,99 [Buy: Makigami Publishing]
In Zeiten von High-Tech und komplexen Fertigungsstrukturen ist es unumgänglich, betriebliche Anlagen so effektiv als möglich zu nutzen.
Viele Unternehmen handeln unwirtschaftlich, verschwenden bestehende Ressourcen in der Produktion, schaffen zusätzliche Ressourcen anstelle einer effektiveren Nutzung der bestehenden Ressourcen.
Der OEE ist ein Werkzeug um die Effektivität zu messen, wird aber oftmals in der Praxis falsch angewendet oder interpretiert. Dieses Buch zeigt auf, wie der OEE in der Produktion sinnvoll eingesetzt werden kann, und dessen Eignung als Effektivitätsmaß der Produktion.
Spezielle Rahmenbedingungen wie vorliegende Engpässe, sowie Wechselwirkungen auf andere logistische Kennzahlen und dem OEE sind weitgehendst unbekannt und werden in diesem Buch mittels Berechnungsbeispielen thematisiert.
Gregor Hintringer – 2010 – € 49,00 [Buy at Amazon.de]
Robert Strout ZF-Lemforder 24 Jul 2002
Most industries are striving to eliminate waste. I have been using a system different from OEE Toolkit, although I have had knowledge of it from the demo disk. Our company started 6 Sigma and used the OEE information for the basis of it’s initial projects. We found that the information from our system was lacking because of the general areas of loss. The toolkit would allow a accurate definition of losses. I was wondering if other company has used the OEE information for 6 Sigma projects and what were the results?