Improving Performance and Electricity Production with the Overall Equipment Effectiveness Method as the Basis for the Proposed Application of the Total Productive Maintenance Concept on the PLTS Equipment System at Soekarno-Hatta Airport

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  •   Teuku Riza Syahrial

  •   Dewi Nusraningrum

Abstract

Soekarno-Hatta International Airport is one of the airports managed by PT Angkasa Pura II as the airport operator. At Soekarno-Hatta Airport there are several PLTS (Solar Power Plant) facilities, one of which is located at Terminal 3 of the Airport. There are 2 PLTS locations in Terminal 3, namely PLTS with a capacity of 2Å~60 KWp in Domestic Terminal 3 and a capacity of 2Å~60 KWp in International Terminal 3. Technically, based on the report on the activity, the PLTS production value has decreased in performance and production in 2020. The purpose of this paper is to calculate the OEE value, identify Six Big Losses, and analyze maintenance and repair data as an effort to implement the TPM (Total Productive Maintenance) concept for improve the performance and production of PV mini-grid. The method used in this paper uses the calculation of the value of OEE, Six Big Losses and causal analysis using a fishbone diagram. Based on the results of calculations at international terminal 3 the OEE value is 95.59% and in domestic terminal 3 it is 94.56%. At the airport, the expected availability value is above 99.18%, but at the domestic Terminal 3 it has an availability value of 96.93%. Regarding the calculation of the value of Six big losses, the largest percentage is in Reduce Speed Losses, where the value for International Terminal 3 is 95.71% and Domestic Terminal 3 is 94.35%. Reduce Speed Losses related to the operation function of PLTS not running well so that the performance and electricity production produced by PLTS is not as expected.


Keywords: Fishbone Diagram, OEE, PLTS, Six Big Losses, TPM.

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Syahrial, T. R., & Nusraningrum, D. (2022). Improving Performance and Electricity Production with the Overall Equipment Effectiveness Method as the Basis for the Proposed Application of the Total Productive Maintenance Concept on the PLTS Equipment System at Soekarno-Hatta Airport. European Journal of Business and Management Research, 7(4), 378–384. https://doi.org/10.24018/ejbmr.2022.7.4.1603