Nabil Salman graduated from Mercer University, with a degree in Electrical Engineering. Nabil has extensive controls experience in both discrete automation and process manufacturing. He has worked in many industries such as Specialty Chemicals, Food and Beverage, Medical, and Water/Waste Water.
Below is an excerpt from Nabil’s whitepaper, an “Introduction to Overall Equipment Effectiveness.”
What is Overall Equipment Effectiveness?
Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) is one of the most common Key Performance Indicators (KPI) used to measure the performance of your manufacturing process. It’s comprised of the following three components: Availability, Performance, and Quality. By multiplying each component together, a single OEE number is calculated.
Why Use Overall Equipment Effectiveness?
Although OEE encompasses many components, it provides one number on a scale of 0 to 100% to determine how your process is running. OEE is quick and easy to understand by all levels of personnel. It can quickly identify weaknesses in your process.”