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Machinations may break down or require maintenance services. S&IB provides a range of
services pertaining to repair maintenance utilities. Our professionals maintain a Planned
Preventive Maintenance or PPM checklist that documents the necessary maintenance tasks
that have to be performed. Details of the machinations are also recorded.
Role of PPM checklist in plumbing services & other maintenance tasks
A PPM checklist offers important data of the clients’ infrastructure. Inspection dates and
schedules are kept. Technicians often also keep the details of the important components of the
plumbing system like water heaters, plumbing fixtures, pipes, drains etc. Keeping tabs on the
checklist for corrosion, wear & tears, rusting of plumbing objects. Regular plumbing
maintenance becomes a lot easier with the PPM checklist.
What are the Repair Maintenance Utility Services provided by S&IB?
● Measurement of phase voltages and load balancing
● Earthing tests
● Checking and maintenance of LT panels, circuit breakers
● Interior and carpentry repair and maintenances
● Periodic checks and maintenance of DG, WTP, STP, pumps, motors
● Provides ventilation, mounting of extinguisher, rubber insulation mats at metre rooms
● Removal of naked electrical wires from the viewpoint of safety
● Checking overloading of cables
● Prevent leakage or jamming in plumbing lines including joints, valves and allied hardware
● Provides civil repairs & maintenances including waterproofing & painting
● Mechanised cleaning of tanks and all common areas
What is the difference between reactive and preventive maintenance?
Both the services are provided by S&IB and are covered within the PPM checklist as much as possible.
Reactive maintenance mostly incurs inspection and repair works of an existing damage in an equipment.
This kind of repairs are generally done at a short notice in the face of an impromptu glitch. The main
reason behind the repairs is to improve the functionality of the equipment and restore it to its original
working condition as much as possible. However, experts suggest reactive maintenance should be kept
at the bare minimum and should be performed on non-critical equipment. This is because it has a
significant risk of safety. It goes without saying any damaged equipment should be replaced rather than
repaired, unless absolutely necessary. Expert consultation is required to be employed in certain
instances. Earthing tests may need to be done before starting a repairing process.
Preventive maintenance on the other hand is an exclusive maintenance activity that ensures the smooth
running of an equipment or system. Chances of impromptu failure or breakdown of any system could
be curbed because of it.
Still have questions? Take a peek at some FAQs:
1. Why are plumbing services important?
Regularly employing plumbing services can weed out chances of water contamination
and water-related accidents. Leakages in water conduits, pipes can also be stopped.
Not only that, water efficiency in taps, washrooms, faucets could be increased through
regular servicing. Many times, plumbing services can also lead to savings in energy
2. What happens during plumbing maintenance?
Periodic checks in washroom flushes, basins, taps, etc are done.
Potential clogs and leaks are checked for.
All these and more are done during plumbing maintenance. If you are looking for quality
plumbing maintenance, S&IB provides a host of related services in the category. Contact
us to know about the details.
3. What is electrical earthing?
In the simplest terms, electrical plumbing refers to transmitting electrical energy to the
earth via low resistance wires and cables. Generally galvanised iron is used in most
cases to carry out the process. It is done to protect a professional during fixing a short
circuit via a safe route created for discharge of energy. It also protects equipment from
high voltages and lightning.
4. How to run tests for earthing?
There are four safe tests that can be run to check earthing. These are Injection Test,
Three Point Resistance Test, Loop Impedance Test, Soil Resistivity Test and Continuity
Test. The effects on the system for all these tests are live.
So, safety and precautions of the equipment should be prior checked before running the
R&M PROCESS FLOW CHART NB
R&M Call(s) mail from Client to FM Contact Centre
Ticket Generation by FM Contact Centre
Ticket Confirmation by mail to Bank and Area Executive by FM Contact Centre
Client Visit by Area Executive within 1 working day (Urban Area) & 2 working days (Remote
Area) and assess the R&M Call(s)
Area Executive to mail the work detail to FM Contact Centre immediately after work assessment
FM Contact Centre to send Commercial Proposal to Client towards approval/PO
FM Contact Centre to follow-up with Client for approval
FM Contact Centre to intimate and follow-up with the Area Executive towards execution and the
R&M immediately upon receipt of approval from the Client
FM Contact Centre and the Area Executive to ensure that all R&M Call(s) are closed within TAT
after receiving approval from the Client
Area Executive to confirm with endorsed WCC to FM Contact Centre Team post closure of R&M
FM Contact Centre shall raise and submit Invoice(s) to the Client along with WCC against the
closed R&M Call(s)
FM Contact Centre to follow up with the Client towards Payment against submitted Invoice(s)
Client releases payment against submitted Invoice(s)
NB: In case of logistics/mobilization/procurement/local resources issues concerned area executive to intimate FM Contact Centre
immediately after work assessment towards intimation to the Client without delay to avoid closure/non-fulfilment of TAT.