Preventative maintenance through regular servicing prevents emergency repairs – keeping your business running and reducing downtime. Whilst we are always ready to attend unscheduled outages we believe prevention is better than cure.
Fredon HVAC will customise a preventative maintenance plan to suit each clients’ business requirements. These plans are designed to increase equipment life and maximise the return of your assets.
All preventative maintenance planning will start with a full equipment audit conducted by a senior technician or engineer. The audit process is key to the development of a suitable plan – so Fredon ensures these are conducted with attention to detail resulting in a complete and accurate asset list.
These asset lists are then matched against service tasking schedules, which outline exactly what tasks are to be performed on each asset. This takes into account equipment age, condition and any site specific or client specific requirements.
Our management and co-ordination team then devise an annual calendar of tasks which ensures services are conducted regularly and at set intervals. Tasks are assigned to technicians on a weekly basis. Technicians return service reports that include time spent, materials and spares required and any recommended actions. All information is reviewed by management and communicated to our clients.
Preventative maintenance activities highlight and avoid unscheduled outages – and as a result maintenance plans are under subject to constant review and adjustment.
All maintenance activities are designed to meet or exceed Australian Standards, manufacturer recommendations and client corporate guidelines whilst being performed in the framework of the Fredon and site OH&S management plans.
Our technicians are inducted to site safety plans as well as Fredon management ensuring complete site familiarity. This means our team pays special attention to processes related to security, access control, operating hours and other site specific requirements.