Underground ERT Vehicle – MineSAFE Rescue Vehicle
Underground ERT Vehicles by MineARC combine the safety and security of a high-quality MineSAFE refuge chamber with the manoeuvrability of a modern mine transport vehicle.
Engineered specifically for underground mining environments, the MineSAFE Rescue Vehicle gives emergency response teams the flexibility to safely extract injured personnel from the mine. Its 4-person occupancy, along with an integrated stretcher compartment, means that Emergency Rescue Teams (ERTs) can be dropped into emergency zones, while general personnel can be ferried to the surface.
A MineARC cabin can be integrated with any brand of mine vehicle, depending on site requirements and preference.
Underground ERT vehicle - Interior View
The rear carrier features MineARC System’s proprietary life support equipment; from the latest in gas monitoring technology to advanced breathable air management. A sealed, positive pressure environment prevents the ingress of toxins and smoke during rescue operations.
• Suitable for SCSR’s
• Securing strap system
• Optional CO scrubbing
• Under seat – compact footprint
• Custom seat backs to accommodate rebreathers
Underground ERT Vehicle - Rear View
Handheld Gas Detection Handheld gas detection with MineARC’s Aura-PT has been designed to provide underground personnel with the ability to continuously monitor up to six gases within their immediate surroundings. When used in conjunction with the GuardIAN Intelligence Network, Aura-PT automatically communicates dangerous gas levels back to the GuardIAN Server via adjacent GuardIAN Nodes. The
Self-Contained Self-Rescuer – DEZEGA Ci-30 KS The DEZEGA Ci-30 KS Self-Contained Self-Rescuer is a portable waist-worn SCSR that is used for escape from irrespirable atmospheres over medium- and short-haul routes in underground mining scenarios. The self-rescuer contains a cartridge with chemically bound oxygen (KO2) – enough to leave a danger zone within 30 minutes,
Stench Gas Systems for Emergency Alerts An Emergency Stench Gas Alert System is commonly used in underground ventilation systems as a warning gas for emergency evacuations. The powerful odour can be quickly dispersed throughout an underground mine to alert workers of impending danger. The MineARC Stench Gas Emergency Alert System is designed to suit noisy locations where