Hardbone offers complete range of maintenance and repairing of electrical installations and supply lines to avoid electrical hazards. This includes Testing, Fixing and Replacing equipments installed in modern industrial plants and business & residential facilities.

Electrical equipments e.g. control panels, motor control centers (MCCs), air handling units, cooling installations, Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems etc., require more attention than lightly loaded and infrequently used ones. Therefore, we offer an analysis of past and future maintenance costs and the benefits of installing new equipment.

As far as Economic and Energy Efficiency is concerned, some simple initial steps can be taken with the maintenance of electrical equipment in buildings.

Energy savings can be achieved by changing the type of equipment used, for example:


Maintenance Classification Final

Proactive Maintenance

Proactive Maintenance is a maintenance strategy that corrects the source of underlying equipment conditions. The goals of proactive maintenance is to reduced unplanned downtime, equipment failure and risks associated with operating faulty equipment. Proactive maintenance is one highly effective but overshadowed generic maintenance strategy, which when effectively implemented, is significant in improving equipment reliability. Proactive Maintenance aims to eliminate, reduce, automate or simplify maintenance without compromising reliability or safety.

Preventive Maintenance

Preventive Maintenance emphasizes regularly scheduled maintenance tasks. The goal of preventive maintenance is to give an asset the care it requires while its still running. This approach actively minimizes the chance of failure, costly repairs and unscheduled downtime.

Predictive Maintenance

Predictive Maintenance is a technique that uses data analysis tools and techniques to detect anomalies in your operations and possible defects in equipments and process, so you can fix them before they result in failure. Regular Predictive Maintenance on electrical systems lets maintenance teams detect and correct problems before they can shutdown equipment or production lines of cause a safety incident.

Reactive Maintenance

Reactive Maintenance is the process of repairing assets to standard operating conditions after poor performance or breakdown is observed. The primary benefits of reactive maintenance are lower costs and it requires less staff to implement.



Routine Maintenance

Routine Maintenance are amonitenanace activities such as regular inspections or machine servicing. Routine maintenance is done on a regular basis, whether that be daily, weekly, monthly or yearly. Routine Maintenance is an important part of keeping systems up to date and functional.

Corrective Maintenance

Corrective Maintenance is an unplanned maintenance action that requires urgent attention that must be added, integrated with, or substituted for previously scheduled work. Corrective Maintenance or repair is an important element of overall maintenance activity.

Planned Maintenance

Planned Maintenance is the process of detailing what materials, tools, tasks and services are required to solve a problem. The purpose of planned maintenance is to determine what work needs to be completed and how it needs to be done.

Predictive Maintenance

Predictive Maintenance is a technique that uses condition monitoring tools and techniques to monitor the performance of a structure or a piece of equipment during operation.