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What is TEEP?
TEEP, or, Total Effective Equipment Performance measures the performance of a machine versus all time. Unlike OEE and OOE, TEEP assumes a machine is able to run 24/7 365 days per year. While OEE measures planned production time, TEEP measures the percentage of all time that is truly productive.
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Components of TEEP
Performance is a measure of the difference between the Ideal Cycle Time and the Actual Cycle Time.
For example: If each part produced has an Ideal Cycle Time of 2 minutes, and the machine's Actual Cycle Time for each part is 2 minutes, the performance of the machine will be 100%.
Quality refers to good parts vs bad parts, or how many total parts were produced and how many of those parts were considered good parts.
For example: If a machine is running a scheduled job and produces 200 parts, 150 good parts, and 50 parts were rejected, the Quality will be 75%.
When calculating TEEP, Availability is equal to scheduledTime/allTime
You can view TEEP for your factory or individual machines by using the Report Builder and selecting TEEP within the controls. To learn more, visit our Guide to Report Builder.
TEEP = (scheduledTime / allTime) * Performance * Quality
allTime- The queried range of time.
nonOptionalTime- The amount of time over the queried range of time covered by shifts that are not considered optional (an example of an optional shift would be an overnight 'AP off' that is not normally staffed)
scheduledTime- The amount of time that a machine has been scheduled to operate over the queried range of time.
scheduledTimeInCycle- The amount of time a machine has been in cycle (executing) during its scheduled times.
scheduledTotalParts- The number of parts produced during a machine's scheduled times, excluding periods of planned setup.
idealPartTime- Sometimes referred to as
idealCycleTime, the theoretical shortest amount of time that a machine should be able to complete a part.
totalParts- The total number of parts produced over the queried range of time.
goodParts- The amount of
totalPartsthat represent good parts.
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