MineARC’s new Compressed Air Management System (CAMS) marks the beginning of a new era in refuge chamber technology. This ground breaking piece of equipment was launched in July 2015, after more than a year of research, development and testing conducted by MineARC’s engineering team.
When utilised as part of the MineARC System Intelligence network, vital information relating to the integrity of the internal refuge chamber atmosphere is communicated in real-time via the GuardIAN Remote Monitoring and Diagnostics System dashboard. An increase in CAMS activity would indicate a breach of the refuge chamber seal, thus sending an alert to designated personnel that the chamber is compromised. For more information regarding MineARC System Intelligence, visit minearc.com/systemintelligence.
- Faster service time
- Flood Protection Valve for automatic mine air shut off in the event of water ingress
- Air toxicity monitoring and emergency shut off valve
- Optimisation of mine air usage, resulting in considerably reduced operational costs
- Security against over-pressurisation
Air Toxicity Monitor
Flood Protection Filter