The increasing costs associated with machinery repair
and downtime has created a demand for higher-level
detection and maintenance techniques, as well as
professional training and improved monitoring products.
IMPACT Engineering offers a variety of services and products
that increase equipment reliability and safety while
significantly reducing maintenance costs by:
Asset Management Strategy
- Targeting required maintenance actions
- Eliminating unnecessary repairs
- Professionally training and educating technicians
- Supplying monitoring products with full support
- Offering engineered corrective services
IMPACT Engineering efficiently balances the selected
practices of Reactive Maintenance (RM), Preventive
Maintenance (PM), Predictive Maintenance (PDM), and
Proactive Maintenance (PAM) into an asset management
strategy called Total Reliability Management (TRM).
The TRM process has been designed by IMPACT Engineering
to highlight developing machinery defects, minimize
initial installation related problems, eliminate machinery
related downtime, obtain waivers toward previously
required open-and-inspect maintenance (when justified)
and significantly reduce overall maintenance costs.
Total Reliability Management coupled with well trained,
experienced engineers gives IMPACT Engineering an edge
in the field of Condition Monitoring and Predictive
Maintenance. IMPACT Engineering uses the latest proven
diagnostic technologies to determine the condition of
a machine without internal inspections or disruption of
normal machine operation. The TRM program greatly
reduces the need for costly and unnecessary maintenance.
IMPACT Engineering Headquarters
Browns Point, Washington
IMPACT Engineering was founded in 1988 with the
specific purpose of implementing and supporting
Predictive Maintenance programs by using the latest
diagnostic and proven condition monitoring technology.
In late 1995, the IMPACT Engineering team enhanced
their services by offering the Total Reliability Management
(TRM) package of services to clients.
IMPACT Engineering was recognized by the American
Bureau of Shipping (ABS) in April 1995 as a “Certified
External Specialist” authorized to collect, analyze, and
submit condition monitoring data per classification
requirements. This was an elevated status given to
Predictive Maintenance (PDM) companies since
incorporating PDM into the ABS Guidelines in 1985.
This certification follows the ISO 9001:2000 process
model that incorporates internal and external audits.