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Data-driven maintenance solution for assembly tools

ToolCover, our three-level preventive maintenance agreement, meets your specific needs and tool utilization levels. With ALTURE Maintain, our data-driven solutions optimize your maintenance schedule and increase your tool availability — all based on actual tool usage.

Optimal maintenance strategy powered by real-time data

What is ToolCover with ALTURE Maintain?

It is a combination of our preventive maintenance agreement ToolCover and data-driven solution ALTURE Maintain for optimal maintenance by analyzing the actual usage data of your tools.

What do I get?

Tool maintenance offerings based on your package and tailored to actual tool usage, real-time visibility, maintenance and calibration schedules and reminders, and tool inventory management.

What are the benefits?

Proactive visibility in real time, automated tracking of service needs, increased production uptime, lower total cost of ownership, and simplicity of information.



Take care of your investment while minimizing failures and reducing your maintenance costs

  • Yes Improve your overall productivity
  • Yes Have your tools maintained by the original manufacturer
  • Yes Control maintenance costs



Ensure reliability while avoiding unforeseen increases in repair and downtime costs

  • Yes Ensure tool reliability
  • Yes Avoid frequent line stoppages
  • Yes Reduce spare parts and tool inventory
  • Yes Minimize maintenance costs



Keep your line up and running while optimizing your production process

  • Yes Maximize production uptime with the shortest possible turnaround time
  • Yes Optimize line quality
  • Yes Reduce data loss
  • Yes Reduce total cost of ownership


ToolCover Protect enabled one of our Japanese customers to achieve a remarkable 50% reduction in failure rates, and cost savings compared to competitors in the industry


ToolCover Stability helped our Tier 1 customer to reduce weekly failures by up to an astounding 94% across 29 tightening tools


After shifting to our preventive maintenance plan with onsite support, ToolCover Uptime, a power train customer producing 800,000 engines annually witnessed a reduction in yearly failures from 32% to an impressive 1.3%


Frequently Asked Questions

What is Preventive Maintenance?

Preventive Maintenance is a proactive approach to maintainining tools or joining equipment. It generally includes parts replacement or lubrication to prevent potential failures and extend the life of assets. The primary goal of preventive maintenance is to identify and address issues before they lead to breakdowns or significant damage, thereby reducing unplanned downtime and costly repairs.


After Preventive Maintenance, a test must be performed. For assembly tools, calibration is required. To perform tests and calibrations, you will need a workshop with hand tools, specific equipment, and expert technicians.

What are the common types of Preventive Maintenance?

There are three common types of preventive maintenance:

  • Time-based maintenance (also known as interval-based maintenance): Maintenance tasks are scheduled at regular time intervals, regardless of the asset’s usage or condition.
  • Usage-based maintenance: Maintenance activities are triggered based on metrics of actual usage, such as hours of operation or production cycles.
  • Condition-based maintenance: Maintenance is performed when certain key indicators, such as temperature or pressure, show signs of decreasing performance or upcoming failure.

Why is usage-based preventative maintenance better?

Traditionally, service intervals are determined based on time of usage. However, this approach has limitations because a tool’s service life depends significantly on its specific usage context. We address this challenge by implementing usage-based maintenance. This approach schedules service not only according to time intervals but also considers actual tool usage, including factors like tightening frequency, torque levels, and joint types. The outcome is a maintenance strategy that offers greater accuracy. 

What is a Tool Management Center?

Part of our Uptime service level agreement, a Tool Management Center (TMC) is Atlas Copco's unique onsite service model. Our personnel are based in the customer’s facilities, on fixed schedules, within a designated space. In this space, they are equipped with all the necessary tools to repair or maintain Atlas Copco tools or other brands of tightening tools, removal tools, percussive tools, hoists, etc., as well as to manage the installed base.


At a Tool Management Center, our certified service technicians and engineers perform specific Preventive Maintenance and Calibration tasks. They take responsibility for Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM), Line Support, Setups, and ISO Document Management. We constantly aim for lower Turnaround Time (TAT) to increase customer productivity.

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