MineARC is honoured to be named the 2018 WA Telstra Business of the Year, along with category winner for Medium and Making Waves. The award recognises businesses making an impact across Australia.
MineARC launches to market the Satellite UPS System; easing the process of replacing refuge chamber batteries underground and ensuring they perform at full capacity for their expected life span. The Satellite UPS also connects to GuardIAN as part of MineARC’s System Intelligence suite
MineARC repositions itself in the market with a heavy focus on R&D and new technologies. We communicate our Vision Beyond Refuge Chambers to our clients.
MineARC releases the Aura-FX Digital Gas Monitor and GuardIAN Remote Monitoring and Diagnotics System that join CAMS to form the MineARC System Intelligence suite. System Intelligence reduces costs, increases productivity & efficiency during servicing and improves operational safety
MineARC picks up it’s second ITA Safety Initiative of the Year Award, this time for the new Compressed Air Management System. The ITA recognises CAMS as an industry leading solution to providing compressed air and maintaining positive pressure within a refuge chamber.
MineARC announces a company-wide product re brand after 15 years in the industry. The change allows for easier identification of products across MineARC’s expanding range.
MineARC releases the Compressed Air Management System (CAMS); a ground breaking innovation in refuge chamber technology. The breathable air system is a first for the market, providing a range of features aimed at reducing running costs and improving operational safety during an emergency.
Nearly 500 miners are trapped 2km underground during a fire at Harmony Gold mine in South Africa. Fortunately, personnel are well trained and move to refuge bays within the mine before being safely rescued. The incident reinforces the importance of refuge chambers in underground mining.
The MineARC EnviroLAV wins the 2014 Australian Mine Prospect Awards for Innovation in Mine Safety
MineARC takes its first step into above-ground disaster relief; developing the StormSAFE Cyclone Shelter for Australian Iron Ore company, Atlas Iron. The StormSAFE was built to withstand wind speeds in excess of 300km/hr.