When selecting a maintenance strategy, we can confidently say that being proactive is better than being reactive. However, it is a big decision and there are a handful of viable proactive maintenance strategies to choose from. They vary in complexity, […]
Maintainability is a term that is often thrown around when talking about maintenance and reliability. But do you really know what it means to be easily maintainable, and how should the term be used? If not, we’ve got you covered. […]
Learning from past failures is the best way to understand and prevent future equipment breakdowns. In practice, that learning process falls under the umbrella of failure analysis. These days, there are plenty of failure analysis techniques to choose from. They […]
A company’s greatest asset is its workforce. To succeed, businesses need the right mix of talent, skill, and experience across the whole spectrum – from top leadership down to technicians and operators on the plant floor. That is easier said […]
Finding the optimal time to carry out maintenance work requires a deep understanding of asset failure modes, their maintenance needs, and the P-F interval. Join us as we explore the meaning, purpose, and use cases behind the P-F curve and […]
Businesses use different types of assets to create value – from complex machinery and digital goods to cash in hand. Among them, fixed assets are those that have the biggest long-term financial and operational impacts. Effective fixed asset management is […]
Acquisition of physical assets can be extremely expensive, especially in the industrial sector. Given the high level of capital expenditure involved, firms need to ensure their optimal use to generate maximum return on assets. In other words, they want to […]
Maintenance was a fairly straightforward concept in the early days of industrial production. Machines tended to be big, extremely rugged, and had simple designs. Production demand was far more relaxed and downtime was not as critical. But these days, industrial […]
A lot of thought goes into building reliable assets. Extensive testing is a part of the process which has to be done to estimate the durability of machines, materials, and components. The testing can be done destructively or non-destructively. In […]
Most physical assets have to undergo routine maintenance to address the wear and tear due to regular operations. In other words, scheduled maintenance has to be part of the regular workflow at any facility. The negative side of scheduled maintenance […]
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Very easy to use, functionality is great
"I can track my inventory and it sends me emails when I'm running low on an item. Also that I can track how much time I'm spending on certain jobs over an extended period of time."Jan 6th
It takes me about 10 seconds.
"Limble made my job easier pretty much right off the bat. Now I create Work Orders on the fly. It takes me about 10 seconds."Dec 19
Very easy to use, access
"I like the price, the fact I can see it on my phone or the computer. I like that it is internet-based."
Great time saver
"On average, [Limble] saves me an hour to two hours a day, depending on the workload. The biggest thing for me is being able to do things on my phone, on the fly."Nov 10
Limble has completed changed the way we do maintenance
"Limble is amazing. It has revolutionized the way we handle repairs and the upkeep of our assets and facilities. We not only can keep track of work that has been done on each asset, but we are also able to track costs associated with the asset itself."Nov 08
Very well written software. Easy to use.
"The support is fantastic. The guys who support this software even email you to check in from time to time. If you have any issues you can call directly, and get instant help!"