Compressed Air Management System (CAMS)
The Compressed Air Management System (CAMS) is a breathable air system that is unique to the market; offering a range of features aimed at reducing running costs and improving operational safety during an emergency.
Aside from providing clean breathable air through a superior four-phase filtration process, some of the major benefits of CAMS include; optimisation of mine air services, guarantee against over pressurisation of the refuge chamber, gas toxicity monitoring, flood protection, and reduced service time during filter change-out.
All new MineARC Refuge Chambers with compressed air requirements are supplied with CAMS. Currently owned chambers can be upgraded with the CAMS upon request.
Refuge Chamber Monitoring Refuge Chamber Monitoring with GuardIAN is an exciting new development in refuge chamber technology. GuardIAN Refuge Chamber Monitoring enables real-time monitoring; providing confidence that an operation’s fleet of refuge chambers are emergency ready at all times. It is an independent system that continuously monitors all vital refuge operating systems. During standby mode, GuardIAN
Aura-FX Digital Gas Monitoring Aura-FX Digital Gas monitoring is an essential aspect of maintaining a life-supporting atmosphere within the refuge chamber. During entrapment, occupants consume oxygen and expire carbon dioxide (CO2) and carbon monoxide (CO) as part of their normal respiration. CO can also enter the chamber during occupant entry and if the compressed air