Refuge Chambers and Fresh Air Bases (FAB) are two types of shelters used in underground mines, particularly during emergencies.
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Consider if you work at a facility that uses chemicals or are within an area that transports them. Is it viable for you to evacuate the area safely and…
Learn the basics of the MineSAFE Standard Design Refuge Chamber.
In this video, you’ll learn about underground mine refuge chambers, standard components and parts, signage, and the basics of a sealed environment.
A refuge chamber has two critical systems that work together to prevent gases from getting inside and support an airtight environment…
What is a scrubbing system and how does it work? A refuge chamber scrubber uses chemical reactions to remove contaminants from the air within a sealed environment.
A refuge chamber, also known as refuge station, is a sealed environment, built to sustain life during an emergency or hazardous situation.
During daily activities or emergencies, refuge chambers operate in Externally Supported Mode. This state occurs when an active refuge station is…
How do chemical scrubbers remove carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide from the air within a sealed refuge chamber or safe haven?
During daily activities, refuge chambers operate in standby mode. This state occurs when a refuge station is not being used but is emergency-ready.
An easy to follow guide on how to install and connect GuardIAN Refuge Chamber Monitoring with IT equipment on site.