Operation- and Maintenance

The operation- and maintenance module is ideal for Zoos. The system contains all tasks for every building and plant within the Zoo. Additionally, there is a budgeting tab. This provides easy surveillance of the different plants’ operation costs, visible in hours and KRONER. Last but not least, the module contains the data from all operation- and maintenance within the Zoo. This means, datasheets and maintenance plans for every building and all of the machinery.

As an example, weekly maintenance could be performed on the water treatment plants’ band filters, where they would be rinsed, oiled and adjusted. If there is need for new spare parts, you can quickly pull up the machine’s datasheet, and order the right part the first time.

The operation- and maintenance system is built upon a hierarchy. Every building and associated parts are numbered, and a specific part is then named the following way: Building -> Department -> Function -> Category -> Number.

Below is an example of someone looking at the water treatment plant of “The arctic ring, Copenhagen Zoo”


Shown above, the pump the navigated as following: Department (300 -Water system) -> Category (05 Water treatment) -> Function (11 Pump) -> Number (01). **Spørgsmål vedr hvilken rækkefølge hierkiet følger**

In addition, you can assign the building a DBK-number, in this case 049 for the building “DAR”. Meaning the part shown above is named as the following: 049-300-05-11-01. With this unique number, there is no doubt about which part is the subject matter. This ensures that, when you are in the building, you have got the right part.

If we onelooksdeeper into the operation- and maintenance module, you onecan about read how the pump has to be maintained, “Daily checks on operation temperature, leaks and bearings noise.”, in this case condition-based maintenance. The maintenance task automatically shows up on the workers’ task list. This way, it is always possible to see what maintenance needs doing.

Every maintenance task is added to the individual plant maps’ main- or sub elements. Every task is assigned a frequency, which determines how often the task needs doing, in addition to who has to complete the task, the estimated time and the material costs.

Below is showcased how the budgeting tool, in the operation- and maintenance module, works.





Through this, it is possible to seeHOWthe costs of the different frequencies. As an example, it is shown that 200kris spent daily, in this case the cost is referring to the single manhour spent, on the morning routine performed on the treatment plant. Furthermore, it is showing how the remaining maintenance is distributed across a year, and that the maintenance collectively costs 305.000kryearly. It also shows who has to perform the task next, and when the previous time of the task was done.