Pinacia Inc.
5739 Kanan Road, # 349, Agoura Hills, CA 91301
Phone: (818) 396-8550 Fax: (818) 396-3524
EZ Maintenance, Easy CMMS Preventative Maintenance Software
Call Us
Ask it here:
Tour EZ Maintenance for Winddows

Maintenance Schedules for Equipment
Entering and Viewing Equipment
Viewing Maintenance Due
Creating Work Orders
Maintenance Due Report
Maintenance History
Barcode Scanning
Cost Totals Report
Sample Reports
EZ Maintenance™ for Windows
EZ Maintenance™ is also available as a Windows® program for the user seeking a flat priced maintenance software solution.
Partial Client List
EZ Maintenancefor Windows
EZ Maintenance WEB
  • Schedule All Maintenance
  • Equipment & Vehicles
  • Full Inventory Control
  • P.O.s, RFBs, Invoices
  • Work Orders, Bar Coding
  • Emergency Work Orders
  • Email Alerts
  • QuickBooks Link
  • Send Work To Vendors
  • Customer/Vendor Tracking
  • Track Customers
  • Maintenance Histories
  • Access Passwords
  • Supervisory Control
  • And Much More!
Contact Information
Pinacia Inc.
5699 Kanan Road, #349
Agoura Hills, CA USA 91301

Phone: (818) 396-8550
Sales Support: ext. 1
Tech Support: ext. 2
Fax: (818) 396-3524

Tour Equipment Module

Next Section:
Entering and Viewing Equipment
Click here to see details on Equipment Setup
Setting up EZ Maintenance Web
Equipment SetupIn order for the Equipment Maintenance module to function, basic information must be entered. The SETUP menu is where entering basic data takes place. Once entered, the information will never need to be entered again. This one time entry makes data available throughout the application to schedule preventive maintenance, create Work Orders, produce reports, etc. You can either enter all data at one time or enter the various data as you develop Work Orders and preventive maintenance requirements. Entering all at once or as you go makes no difference to the functionality of EZM Web.
Equipment Setup
Enter data into the tabs of the "SETUP" menu as follows:
Equipment Name: Allows you to define broad categories of equipment.
Equipment Classifications: Allows you to further classify equipment by physical location or other criteria.
Maintenance Types: Allows you to give names to your different time intervals for performing preventive maintenance.
Materials: Here, you enter a comprehensive list of the various materials actually used in maintaining your equipment.
Parts: This section is a list of individual parts of equipment to be maintained so that you can schedule maintenance on a transmission instead of a whole tractor, for example.
Operations: This is a complete list of the individual steps required to perform your maintenance tasks.
Maintenance Profile: Building a profile is what ties together all the other entries in the setup menu. Profiles are essentially building your maintenance schedule. Your profiles will detail what type of equipment is being worked on (Name), which group of equipment it belongs to (Classification), how often it gets worked on (Maintenance Types), what part of it is being worked on (Parts), what is necessary to work on it (Materials), and how it is actually performed (Operations). By creating a Maintenance Profile and then selecting that Profile from the drop down list when entering new pieces of equipment, all preventive maintenance events will automatically be set up and scheduled for that piece of equipment from that date forward. Maintenance Profiles are an incredibly powerful feature of EZM Web.
Some closing SETUP notes: For maintenance management and quality-control purposes, data, (Equipment Names, Classifications, Maintenance Types, Materials, Operations and so forth), can only be entered from the main SETUP menu. To ensure consistency throughout the program, the data cannot be entered 'on the fly' by maintenance staff or workers handling the job or creating a Work Order. To guarantee the information being used throughout the program is reliable, data can only be entered in SETUP.

The Equipment Maintenance Module contains numerous reports ranging from Work Orders to Maintenance Histories, etc. These reports can be viewed or printed from the section of the EZM Web tour that coincides with the particular report purpose or from the main index of reports. The Report Index is available for review by clicking here.
Next Section:
Entering and Viewing Equipment
1. If we enter a maintenance/service procedure once, can we use that procedure on another piece of equipment or vehicle without having to re-enter it?
  Yes, of course! In EZ Maintenance Web, you can create a maintenance profile that describes the maintenance schedule and materials used for a number of similar vehicles, and any time you want to reuse this maintenance schedule for another vehicle, all you have to do is select it when creating the new vehicle and all the scheduled maintenance for the vehicle will be created.
2. Can we enter both detailed instructions on how the scheduled maintenance or service is to be performed and the parts and materials required?
  Yes, you can enter the individual steps to perform scheduled maintenance as well as the materials used in the maintenance and the parts on the piece of equipment that are to be serviced. All of these items will be printed on the work order.
3. If I forgot to enter something in setup, do I need to go back to setup?
  EZ Maintenance Web allows you to add to or revise any information in Setup at any time. So if you want to, for example, create or modify an existing equipment maintenance profile, this can be done not just when using the application for the first time, but also at any time during which you use EZM Web.
4. Can I organize material names/numbers in alpha or numeric sequences?
  Yes. EZ Maintenance Web allows you to change the display of tables of information by clicking on the column headers for the tables. For example, you could sort a table of the materials you use for maintenance by the name of the material or the material numbers you use to catalogue them.
5. Do I need to enter every service or material I'll ever use?
  No. EZ Maintenance Web allows you to enter additional materials and services as you need to and as your maintenance requirements change and grow.