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Machine Maintenance Checklist Template

Equipment Maintenance

Are switches, throttle control, zip starter, etc. in good condition and no leaks present?

Is the machinery clean and free of dust, filings, oil and other waste material?

Are lubrication labels, gauge limitations, bolt tighten-to-her marks and other visible indicators used?

Are all of the tools, materials, gauges and other things stored neatly and kept clean?

Are power lines, water lines, hydraulic lines and other lines neatly and properly handled?

Is the energy and other resource conservation practiced?

Are oils properly selected and properly replaced or filtered at the appropriate intervals?

Select cases when equipment diagnosis techniques are used

Specify

Is the equipment control closely integrated with production volume and scheduling?

Is equipment control closely integrated with quality control?

Completion

Additional Observations

Manufacturing Technician Name & Signature

Machine Maintenance Checklist Template

Created by: SafetyCulture Staff | Industry: General | Downloads: 23

A machine maintenance checklist template is used by manufacturing technicians in performing scheduled equipment maintenance in the manufacturing facility. This machine maintenance checklist template has been designed to make it easier for manufacturing technicians to adjust, fix, or clean equipment and select cases when equipment diagnosis techniques are used such as cracking, corrosion, or loosening.

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Machine Maintenance Checklist Template

Equipment Maintenance

Are switches, throttle control, zip starter, etc. in good condition and no leaks present?

Is the machinery clean and free of dust, filings, oil and other waste material?

Are lubrication labels, gauge limitations, bolt tighten-to-her marks and other visible indicators used?

Are all of the tools, materials, gauges and other things stored neatly and kept clean?

Are power lines, water lines, hydraulic lines and other lines neatly and properly handled?

Is the energy and other resource conservation practiced?

Are oils properly selected and properly replaced or filtered at the appropriate intervals?

Select cases when equipment diagnosis techniques are used

Specify

Is the equipment control closely integrated with production volume and scheduling?

Is equipment control closely integrated with quality control?

Completion

Additional Observations

Manufacturing Technician Name & Signature