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Do your current cleaning products help meet your productivity goal?

Continuous improvement can come from unexpected places. Learn how to improve productivity with preventative maintenance. 

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Do your current cleaning products help meet your productivity goal?

Do your current cleaning products help meet your productivity goal?

Continuous improvement can come from unexpected places. Learn how to improve productivity with preventative maintenance. 

Small continuous improvements in unexpected places can significantly improve quality, cost and delivery

The last thing you want in manufacturing is downtime. But with small continuous improvements, you can significantly improve quality, cost and delivery. 


Machine operators usually work closest to the zones where problems or obstacles arise. They play an integral part in prevention and improving productivity within the business. By implementing autonomous cleaning and preventive maintenance, faults may be discovered, and accidents and interruptions averted.    

A guide to improving productivity

Jonas Svanäng, a continuous improvement and kaizen management consultant, provides recommendations and insight for increasing plant and machine productivity in the guide Equipped to Improve™ - a guide to improving productivity.

Equip every workstation with cleaning equipment

The right cleaning equipment in the right places can help reduce waste. Having cleaning tools close by gives machine operators the means to undertake autonomous cleaning. This makes it more likely to be done regularly. It's also more efficient for workers than going off to find supplies.  

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References

Tork machine operator research, carried out by Psyma (July 2019)
**  Equipped to Improve™ (2020)