CAMS MAKES DEBUT IN CHILE
August 2016 marked a milestone for MineARC’s Compressed Air Management System (CAMS) with the first unit in Latin America installed at Yamana – El Peñón. The mine is located 160km south-east of Antofagasta Chile, 1.8km above sea level. Alongside Roberto Torres (Yamana’s Mine Communications, Technology and Applications Manager), MineARC commissioned a 20 person MineSAFE Standard Design fitted with the unique Compressed Air Management System.
El Peñon requested that CAMS be included on their refuge chambers due to the numerous economic and safety benefits. Since installation, the site has already experienced many of the advantages that CAMS has to offer.
Clients all around the globe are recognizing the unique advantages of CAMS technology and the positive effects the system can have at their mine sites. CAMS can also be retrofitted to existing refuge chambers as part of MineARC’s Client Upgrade Assist Program.