How do chemical scrubbers remove carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide from the air within a sealed refuge chamber or safe haven?
The decision to develop and expand a mine also brings with it a distinct set of challenges to determine feasibility, including the refuge chamber fleet.
Addressing key questions on the installation of MineARC Systems GuardIAN Refuge Chamber Monitoring and how it can integrate with IT equipment on site. As mine sites become digitalised, the need to collect and analyse more data increases, as does the number of devices linked to a network. Refuge chambers are ideally positioned to be an […]
One way to overcome downtime is through implementing a remote monitoring system into a company’s existing maintenance, repair and operational programs.
Large scale operations can have thousands of personnel on site during each shift. It is imperative that safety and emergency response procedures are designed to accommodate such a large number. Evacuation is always the primary course of action; the provision of Self-Contained Self-Rescuers (SCSR) diminishes the risk against the inhalation of toxic gases as personnel […]
Will advances in technology to improve safety underground reduce current limitations and challenges on site?
Safety is paramount in any tunnelling project. Trusted tunnelling safety initiatives safeguard against accidents and emergencies.
The modern mine refuge chamber is designed to host Internet-of-Things-enabled integrations, including the GuardIAN remote monitoring system.
Every refuge chamber requires an emergency power source to maintain the life-sustaining equipment if mains power fails.
MineARC Australia manufactures 1500th refuge chamber, MA1500 – a major milestone for the global safety company.