Refuge Chambers and Fresh Air Bases (FAB) are two types of shelters used in underground mines, particularly during emergencies.
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.
This video explains the operational procedures for the MineSAFE Standard Design Refuge Chamber, an underground mine refuge alternative by MineARC Systems. This video also describes how to enter a refuge bay with an airlock.
This video explains the operational procedures for the MineSAFE Standard Design Refuge Chamber, an underground mine refuge alternative by MineARC Systems. The training demonstration includes a 20-person refuge chamber,
Hydrogen sulfide is exceptionally hazardous, due to its high levels of flammability and toxicity. Risks to personnel should be known…
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.
Regular service and maintenance ensure a refuge chamber is in optimal status to provide life-saving support to all staff in an emergency.
A refuge chamber, also known as refuge station, is a sealed environment, built to sustain life during an emergency or hazardous situation.
Methane hazards can occur during manufacture, use, and transportation. Although we inhale methane in the air we breathe, exposure to high concentrations of methane is dangerous.
Safety shares in underground mine refuge chambers, help know what it is like during emergencies… It was about a decade ago now, an incident occurred when several oversized rock debris from a drive extension blast…