What is a Plant Walkdown?
The plant walk down is a physical verification of plant, equipment, and spare parts data. It is a process of collecting detailed information of plant including P&ID drawings, plant design/schematics, spare parts and location of each equipment. The major objective of plant walkdown is to stitch gaps between the actual plant and data across EAM / CMMS systems.
When should I do a plant walkdown?
Often organizations are face issues with EAM/CMMS data not matching the ground reality. Also, the data inside systems may not have enough information to identify the right spare part when needed. You need a plant walkdown if:
What is the approach to plant walkdown?
Enventure has conducted multiple plant walkdowns to help organizations reduce wrench time at least by 15%. Enventure has a unique offering in plant walk down service:
How long a plant walkdown take and How much does it cost?
Any plant walkdown depends on various factors such as number of production sites, number of equipment/assets/spare parts and the quality of existing data. Hence, the whole activity would take from a couple of weeks to a few months. The cost depends on the level of detailing and approach adapted to conduct the plant walkdown.