One Service Predictive Maintenance
In addition to our preventive maintenance programs, we also offer our One Service (also known as Mosca One) predictive maintenance program. This program is based on the performance history of our five and six-series equipment. The One service program supplements regular preventive scheduled maintenance for maximum machine performance.
Our experience has given us a comprehensive understanding to predict when specific parts and assemblies, critical to reliability, will require maintenance and replacement. In turn, reducing the total cost of ownership.
Machine Models In Program:
- ROMC-6: Off-line, heat, and SoniXs® seal.
- TR-6 Base and TR-6 Pro: In-line, heat, and SoniXs® seal, any table version.
- TRC-5 and TRC-6 Models: In-line, heat, and SoniXs® seal.
- TRC5-SQ and TRC6-SQ Models: In-line squaring bundlers, manual or automatic back stop position, heat, and SoniXs® seal.
- SHU Heads: SoniXs® head unitizer
The Mosca One program requires the mandatory replacement of known wear items that we refer to as “A” parts, and as needed, the replacement of additional components that we refer to as “B” parts by an EAM-Mosca technician.
Before a scheduled maintenance visit, customers are required to order a kit of “A” level parts; any required “B” parts will be sourced from that specific technician’s inventory.
The replacement of “A” parts and all associated cleaning, lubrication, and adjustments will take approximately 3-4 hours to complete per machine. Any Mosca One visit requiring “B” parts would increase the time needed to complete a Mosca One.
We currently recommend that a Mosca One predictive maintenance be completed every 500,000 cycles or every 6-months. This interval could be adjusted over time depending on machine performance and other criteria.
- Lower total cost of ownership.
- Discounted ‘A’ parts when purchased through the program.
- Maintenance can be completed by one of EAM-Mosca’s experienced technicians, or customer associates can be trained on-site with EAM-Mosca guidance.
- 12 months of service.
- Initial checks at 6 months, or every 500,000 cycles with future maintenance intervals determined by participants. EAM-Mosca recommends checks be a minimum of 6 months.