Rescue Vehicle – TunnelSAFE

Designed for the tunnelling environment the TunnelSAFE Rescue Vehicle is the ultimate asset in emergency response providing mobile refuge for tunnel personnel trapped in a hazardous or toxic environment.

MineARC TunnelSAFE Rescue Vehicles have been successfully used around the world in multiple real-life tunnelling emergencies to save lives.

Rescue Vehicle Overview

  • Minimum capacity based on G-size cylinder (8,580L). Medical grade oxygen cylinders to be provided by end user.
  • Real-time gas monitoring with live analysis and voice prompting. Monitor up to 11 gases at any one time.

• 2 x 2,400 PSI Cylinders
• Regulated, high pressure gauge
• Guide rails and securing strap system

Rescue Vehicle Features Overview - Video

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