Maintenance 2000 has developed proprietary software packages to conduct Reliability-Centered Maintenance
or FMEA analyses, to perform RAM (Reliability, Availability & Maintainability) Simulation Modelling, provide
Reliability Data, Reliability Calculations and optimise Maintenance Strategies:
RCM Pro is an easy-to-use yet powerful
RCM / FMEA software program designed to hold, manipulate, and analyse
Reliability-Centered Maintenance or Failure Mode Effects Analysis data in an intuitive, structured, and
RCM Pro will hold any number of projects, with only one being open for input
at any one time. A project may be of any size, from a single function with an
associated functional failure and failure mode, to (for example) the safety systems
on an oil platform. Easy to use with extensive (context-sensitive) help menus, RCM Pro
is based on the RCM methods developed by Nowlan and Heap and is largely consistent with
the SAE standard (JA1011 - Evaluation Criteria for Reliability-Centered Maintenance Processes),
but is configurable to virtually any other RCM / FMEA method.
Find out what's new in the latest release (version 3.0), by clicking
FREE evaluation trial (full program plus sample analysis) available.
E-mail Kenneth Lees (kenny@M2K.com).
PLASMA (PLAnt SiMulation Analysis) is a powerful RAM (Reliability, Availability & Maintainability) simulator
which will enable you to analyze the availability and reliability of complex and dependent systems efficiently
and accurately. Conventional analytical tools such steady state availability calculations are unable to fully
account for all relevant variables and are usually based on a "snap shot in time". They can tell you what is
possible, not what is probable. This approach also limits the scope for assessing the interactions between
elements of a system and quickly answering "what if" scenarios presented by designers and operators.
PLASMA offers the solution to these problems.
Click HERE for an overview of RAM Simulation using PLASMA.
FARADIP (FAilure RAte Data
In Perspective) is one of the largest failure rate and failure mode data banks in
the reliability profession, based on over 40 published data sources together with M2K's own reliability data
collection.   FARADIP has been available for 10 years and is now widely used as a data reference.
It provides failure rate data ranges for a nested hierarchy of items covering
electrical, electronic, mechanical, pneumatic, instrumentation and protective devices.   Failure
mode percentages are also provided.
A Quantified Reliability Centred Maintenance
Package with graphical outputs for use in word processing.  It allows:
Weibull analysis of failure times with graphical plots and 3 independent means of assessing significance.
Optimum replacement intervals for given costs.
Optimum proof-test intervals for given costs.
System availability and optimum spares holding calculations (using a MARKOV model).
A low cost fault tree package which
nevertheless offers the majority of functions and array sizes normally required in reliability analysis.
TTREE is highly user friendly and, unlike more complicated products, can be assimilated in less than an hour.
Graphical outputs for use in word processing packages.
David Smith has developed
and calibrated a new generation common cause failure partial beta model. Unlike previous models, it takes
account of proof-test intervals and involves positive scoring of CCF related features rather than a
subjective "range score".  It has been calibrated against 25 field data results obtained by M2K and
has the facility for further development and calibration by the user.
CURRENT PRICE STRUCTURE (2013)
RCM PROFESSIONAL: £995 single-user; £4,995 multi-user (unlimited)
Prices in UK Pounds or equivalent local currency.
Support fee, dependant on number of users, also applicable.
COURSES/WORKSHOPS: inclusive of text book, course material and one copy of software package available on request.
Enquiries or comments to info@M2K.com