Free Maintenance Calculators

Disclaimer: Calculations are approximate. A complete asset usage and maintenance history should be used for the best results.

How to use each maintenance calculator

Mean Time Between Failure Calculator

This calculator helps you determine the average lifespan of a piece of equipment. It also provides valuable data like the number of hours it typically takes for an item to break down and what percentage of these breakdowns result in the destruction of the machine. You can use this information to plan for repairs or replacements before they become necessary, saving time and money in the long run.

Mean Time Between Failure Calculator

Get more info about MTBF = (# of operational hours / # of failures)

Mean Time To Repair Calculator

This calculator helps you determine how long it will take to fix something if something goes wrong. This calculation may include multiple factors such as labor costs, material costs, parts availability, and shipping times—all of which can affect how quickly repairs can be completed after something goes wrong with an asset or system.

Mean Time To Repair Calculator

Get more info about MTTR = (Total Maintenance Time / # of Repairs)

Overall Equipment Effectiveness Calculator

This calculator is a tool that can help you determine how well your equipment is performing. It can also help you identify areas where your equipment needs work and what kind of work it needs. This can be useful for ensuring that your equipment is in good working order and able to perform the tasks it's meant to do.

Overall Equipment Effectiveness Calculator

Get more info about OEE = (Availability * Performance * Quality)

Preventive Maintenance Compliance Calculator

This calculator can help you determine whether your company complies with federal preventive maintenance regulations. In other words, it enables you to ensure you're doing everything right to keep up with maintenance on your equipment.

Preventive Maintenance Compliance Calculator

Get more info about PMC = (# of completed PMs ÷ # of scheduled PMs x 100)

Fiix offers a powerful tool that helps you optimize budgets, track expenses, and improve asset management. If you need more than these basic maintenance calculations, try Fiix's CMMS for free.

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What is a CMMS?

CMMS stands for Computerized Maintenance Management System. It's a software solution companies use to manage their maintenance operations more efficiently and effectively.

What is a maintenance calculator?

A maintenance calculator is a tool used to help businesses calculate their maintenance costs, including labor, materials, and other expenses.

Why should I use free calculators for my maintenance?

Free maintenance calculators are great for quickly estimating how much performing a certain amount of work will cost. But if you need more than just estimates and want more detailed information about how often your equipment is used, where it's used, and what kind of wear-and-tear it's experiencing, then a CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management Software) is the way to go.

How is a CMMS better than a free maintenance calculator?

A CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management Software) will help you keep track of all kinds of important information about your facility's assets and their condition. It will tell you which equipment needs repairs or replacement and when it needs it. It will even tell you how much money it would cost to do those repairs or replacements.

What businesses could benefit from a CMMS?

Any business that relies on equipment or assets to generate revenue could benefit from a CMMS. This includes manufacturing companies, facilities management companies, property management companies, and more.

How do I choose the right CMMS for my business?

Choosing the right CMMS depends on several factors, such as the size of your business, the complexity of your maintenance operations, and your budget. Look for a CMMS that offers the features and functionality you need, is easy to use, and provides good value for money. Consider customer support and training options when making your decision.

Consider reading our buyers guide to help make the right decision


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