•About The History
After you have used 'Equipment Maintenance Control' for awhile, and have
established a history of servicing for your equipment, you can click
on a menu selection to see the complete history of servicing for all
your equipment. This list can be sorted by the headers so that you can
see all the services in a variety of ways. This allows you the ability
to individually inspect every service on every piece of equipment. The
list may be printed so that you can see a single service done on a single
piece of equipment such as oil changes or adding oil. Using this information,
you can determine if any changes are needed as to how often a service
should be done or if mechanical or over consumption problems may be occurring.
By noticing how much it takes to keep a reservoir filled each time a
service is done, you may discover that something needs mechanical attention
before it becomes serious. Also see: About the warning system for automatic
notification of over consumption problems.
•About The Warning
There is a also a warning system for services which have a reservoir
and could leak. When you put a service on the Warning System it will
be monitored and placed on a warning list if there is a possible consumption
problem. It is not unusual for a engine to need a quart of oil. There
is no cause for alarm. But if it needs a quart of oil everyday, then
there may be a problem. (See Next Paragraph)
•How The Warning System Settings
Can Be Used
In the case described above, the service could have been set for 2 quarts
in a service which would place the service on the Warning List when 1 quart of oil. It could
also have been set for 3 quarts in a services which would place the service
on the Warning List after the third the engine took
3 quarts. In the case of heavy construction equipment which could use
a gallon of oil a day with no cause for alarm the setting might be set
for 3 gallons in a services. The settings
are up to you.
Warranty Information is maintained in the equipment list and allows you to maintain the expiration date and the warranty type, parts and labor or just parts or labor.
•About The Problem
You may also keep a list of problems you have had with your equipment
to locate problems and or their solutions to past problems.
Listings are linked to individual equipments to find out what was done to fix a problem that occurred in the past.
In the case of hard to figure out problems these features could save
a lot of downtime, and ultimately, money. Recurring problems are easier
to locate and document.
EMC is available, as a FREE - no obligation 45 day evaluation application
that may be registered any time during or after the trial period without
losing your data, for the low price of $109.00 We have been asked us
how we can sell EMC at such a low price. The answer is EMC s gives you
all the features you need to maintain your equipment in the best possible
way without the bells and whistles of more expensive applications that
incorporate features that are better left to presentation and financial
applications. When it comes to actual maintenance of your equipment EMC
is designed better because it concentrates on your equipment. Whether
large or small Equipment Maintenance Control has the potential of helping
you eliminate breakdowns that could cost you hundreds or thousands of
dollars every year. Not a bad return on a $109.00 investment.
• EMC is now available
as a single or multiple user application.•