OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness)

How effective do you use your business center?

How do you measure how much you use?

Efficiency, planning and improvement issues are usually much spoken but less applied. One of the main reason is, there is small number of people who know the methods and applications. Most of plants installed in our country or in the world works in the range of 50-60% efficiency.

Only saying capacity utilization rate of 80% gain company no money but also destroys opportunities for improvement. A company is considered a world-class if OEE is 85%​​. If so many people have knowledge and experience about OEE, our country's resources will be used more efficiently.
The company-wide productivity growth began to gradually push up the country's competitiveness in the sector.
Efficiency formulas used by production companies often are not accurate, however everyone that are not confused with formulas knows this fact.

Efficiency = perfectly done / done in the theoretical.
A business center can process 3000 units in one shift but the number of intact parts is 1350 than Productivity = 1350/3000, 45%.

OEE known as Overall Equipment Effectiveness, prevents the company from false measurement and concept confusion. Because this method focuses on losses and gives it highest priority. This way you can get rid of general statements and focus on important issues.

Often measured by the method of OEE, company's efficiency ratio is 50%, as many times the values ​​found in 35-45%. Notice that the value of a machine's OEE is 45% means that machine could not use 55% of the production time.
With a study to reduce your losses, this ratio can be increased to %60, means gaining %33 without spending any money.

Efficiency growth will protect you from additional investment, additional use of space, additional inventory and funding. Now just calculate your productivity and stay away from words such as "but" , "not it" , "an exception today" and "our situation is different" . If you stay below 85% OEE values, ​​you have a need for development.

With Trex DCAS automated system, downtime, waste quantity, availability, and production quantities are evaluated and OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) and TEEP (Total Effective Equipment Productivity) analyze the data made available. Business center and workstation filters can be created. Total working time of machines, total downtime, total planned and unplanned downtimes can be viewed.

With user-friendly flexible analysis screens, the data can be reported in different ways by the user.