OEE as a percentage can be calculated by either dividing what was actually produced against what in theory should have been produced if the equipment ran in its ideal state or by multiplying the Availability, Performance and Quality measures. To be able to better determine what is contributing to the greatest loss and so what areas should be targeted to improve the performance, these categories have been subdivided further into what is known as the ‘Six Big Loses’ to OEE. The reason for identifying the losses in these categories is so that specific countermeasures can be applied to reduce the loss and improve the overall OEE.Take me to the OEE & Sis Loss Calculator
OptimumFX can help you to improve your manufacturing productivity and OEE by offering a combination of automated systems that identify loss in real time, with processes that enable sustainable change through your teams.
We can help you achieve a sustainable increase in OEE and productivity to reduce costs by:
- helping you measure the real losses to OEE and productivity in your plant
- jointly creating effective ways of engaging your teams to use data to drive actions to improve OEE