Training Chamber – Standard Design
The MineSAFE Standard Design SIV Training Chamber is engineered based on the MineSAFE Standard Design Refuge Chamber and features the flagship Series IV controller and scrubbing system; the most advanced safe-refuge technology in the world. The system features improvements on the older Series III model, including i.V.A.N (Intelligent Voice Audio Navigation), MARCISORB pre-packaged chemical cartridges and improved data logging capabilities.
The Series IV Scrubber is also a feature of the ChemSAFE Standard Design Safe Haven.
The Standard Design Training Chamber also features the Compressed Air Management System (CAMS) and Aura-FX Digital Gas Monitoring System.
The MineSAFE Standard Design Training Chamber features all of the major life-supporting features of a standard refuge chamber, including a Series IV scrubbing system, Compressed Air Management System (CAMS), battery bank and internal/external lighting and sirens. This allows sites to conduct comprehensive training in both the service and operation of all the vital componentry of a real-life MineARC Refuge Chamber.
Training Centre Upskill your team at one of MineARC’s Training Centres. MineARC Systems’ Training Centres – located in Perth, Australia; Dallas, United States; and Johannesburg, South Africa – offer a range of courses designed to assist sites in the operation, ongoing maintenance and general understanding of MineARC Chambers. Alternatively, MineARC Technicians are available to conduct on-site
Hinged Training Chamber – Series IV The MineSAFE Standard Design Hinged Training Chamber offers the same advanced features as the standard training unit, with the added benefit of a fully sealing, oversized door. This chamber is designed so that the entire face of the unit can hinge outwards; providing the ability to train a large
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,