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PiLog eSPIR Manager was built primarily to acquire, build, structure, clean and configure data, gathered during a Capital Expansion Project and then deliver this data in a format that can be easily uploaded into any operational ERP solution for further processing of transactional data from an Operational Data perspective, the opportunity of acquiring all the necessary data for a fully integrated ERP solution is at its highest during the project, as all the Vendors are quite possibly on-site and the contract close-out procedures can contain Master Data delivery checks and balances that will ensure the successful delivery of all relevant Procurement, Materials and Maintenance Master Data

  • To determine the spares which are required for operation
  • To understand about the planned consumption and maintenance capability
  • It will ensure proper control of high cost items
  • It helps in reducing production and standby charges
  • It prevents corrosion and any other kind of degradation during transport and long-term storage in a warehouse

PiLog eSPIR Manager was built primarily to acquire, build, structure, clean and configure data, gathered during a Capital Expansion Project and then deliver this data in a format that can be easily uploaded into any operational ERP solution for further processing of transactional data

From an Operational Data perspective, the opportunity of acquiring all the necessary data for a fully integrated ERP solution is at its highest during the project, as all the Vendors are quite possibly on-site and the contract close-out procedures can contain Master Data delivery checks and balances that will ensure the successful delivery of all relevant Procurement, Materials and Maintenance Master Data

This module allows the user to register all PO's placed during the acquisition phase of a capital expansion together with the list of items procured. These line items or the material take-on are then transferred to a Vendor Catalogue where they are classified and catalogued

  • This document is issued to the operator by the EPC (Engineering procurement contractor)

  • Initially 2 years normal operation of spare parts is recommended by manufacturer

  • The criticality of the equipment

  • Fully itemised sectional drawings of each item in reproducible form

  • Provides detailed part list for each item

  • Manufacturer's data sheets relevant to equipment listed

  • Complete BoM (Bill of Materials) for site equipment to identify replacement parts

  • A comprehensive up-to-date maintenance store catalog

  • Standardize plant equipment

  • Reduce or eliminate obsolete parts

  • All spare parts shall be packed and cushioned to prevent damage from shock, vibration and rough handling

  • Information given on the SPIR will be clear and the spare can be identified easily

  • The recommended spares for equipment parts are subjected to

    • wear, corrosion or erosion during normal operation
    • failure that would cause shutdown of the equipment
    • failure that would cause increased risk in operating the equipment
  • Minimized production downtime

  • Cost reduction

  • Established preventive measures

  • Increased productivity

  • Reduced impulsive buying

  • Provides detailed spare part list

  • Provides sectional drawings for each item with which we can identify the spare perfectly

  • Reduce or eliminate obsolete parts

  • Remove or eliminate duplicates

  • It will ensure proper control of high cost items

  • It helps in reducing production and standby charges

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