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Coal’s Underground Remote Operating Control Room

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The Remote Operating Control Room, situated underground in the “green zone” safe area, is used to manage and monitor daily...
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The unit was fittingly named Remote Operating Control Room or ROC Room. Situated underground in the “green zone” safe area, the room will be used as a collaborative environment to manage and monitor daily operations, equipment, and production activities.

The ROC Room offers sites a platform for end to end integration of operations processes and management. By acting as a data collection hub to sustain operations and help staff make the right critical operational decisions.

 

Designing an Underground Control Room

Despite not being a safe refuge chamber, the ROC Room was manufactured to MineARC’s high-quality standards.

Made from 5mm steel, ROC Room was fortified with 50mm insulation and cooled positive pressure ventilation, including fixed and adjustable ventilation ports. The unit’s rear houses a ventilated electrical cabinet and compressed air source to filter the incoming air from contaminants.

Custom Mining Infrastructure Manufacturers 

MineARC’s capacity to meet client specifications through customisation has helped develop a remote operating centre for Anglo American’s Grosvenor Metallurgical Coal Mine in Queensland, Australia. The mine site which employs the longwall mining method to mine coal, is located 190 kilometres south-west of Mackay.

MineARC’s overarching mission is to continue to provide our customers with industry solutions that improve safety and increase the productivity of day-to-day operations and cost savings.

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