Tag Archives: Communications

  • What is Refuge Chamber Commissioning?

    Commissioning is a quality-focused process necessary to ensure the site is critically equipped for an emergency. The process involves ensuring that the refuge chamber remains in perfect working condition, following delivery and installation.

    Occurring at the time of install is critical, on occasion, a chamber may not be placed underground upon immediate arrival to site. Commissioning upon installation ensures the chamber is connected and positioned correctly, meeting the safety requirements of MineARC systems, site, and an active emergency response plan. – More information

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    The Value of Servicing

    Servicing and maintenance are a critical part of any organisation. The cost of servicing assets is a significant portion of a site’s operational budget. However, without regular servicing and maintenance checks, the value of machinery rapidly declines. – More information

  • Refuge Chambers and Safety Culture

    An organisation’s safety culture plays an important role in its development. The adoption and enhancement of safety standards across industries, in particular, mining, has positively impacted economic processes and workplace culture. – More information

  • 5 Advantages of Attending Service School

    MineARC’s capacity to meet client specifications through customisation has aided in the development of a remote operating centre for Anglo American’s Grosvenor Metallurgical Coal Mine in Queensland, Australia. – More information

  • OZ Minerals Leads the Way in Embracing New Refuge Chamber Technology

    OZ Minerals’ Carrapateena mine has become one of the first Australian sites to take advantage of MineARC’s recently released GuardIAN Remote Monitoring and Diagnostics System. – More information

  • MineARC Systems Attends EXPOMIN Chile 2016

    MineARC Systems’ Latin-American General Manager, Roberto Breyer, was excited to attend the XIV EXPOMIN in Chile this past April. As the most influential mining exhibition and Congress in Latin America, EXPOMIN is a great opportunity to introduce new products and technologies into the mining industry. – More information

  • MineARC Develops Custom Electric Stench Gas Network for Kamoto Copper Mine, Africa

    During 2015, Kamoto approached MineARC regarding the prospect of implementing a fully integrated stench gas network on-site in order to improve their wider Emergency Response Procedure. They required an automated system that would cover an underground area of around 5km, with the ability to disperse stench gas within 10 seconds to all active areas of the mine. – More information

  • Faster Emergency Response with MineARC’s Rescue Dog

    The highly anticipated film “Los 33”, based on the events that took place five years ago in the San José mine near Copiapo, premiered in Chile on August 6th. The release of the film is an opportunity to find solutions for the unfortunate event of a similar accident in the future. – More information

  • Growth in South East Asia with New Distributors on Board

    The start of the new financial year represents some significant milestones for MineARC in the South East Asia region. MineARC is very pleased to announce an official distributor agreement with Danka Minerals in Vietnam. – More information

  • Giving Back to the Industry: MineARC Sponsors 2015 MERD Competition

    In 2012, MineARC Systems were proud to donate a permanent refuge chamber to the Colorado School of Mines (CSM) for use in their Edgar Mine. MineARC has since continued to support the Colorado School of Mines when opportunities arise. MineARC Systems was proud to be a sponsor of this year’s Intercollegiate MERD Competition. – More information

  • Rescue Dog Demonstration Produces Positive Results

    In October of last year MineARC System’s Rescue Dog Emergency Communications System was taken to site as part of a product demonstration for Pan American Silver. – More information

  • Stench Gas System

    MineARC Stench Gas is an emergency alert system, designed to suit noisy locations where alarms cannot be heard. – More information

  • Electric Stench Gas System

    The electric stench gas system is MineARC’s premium range, comprising a twin cylinder stench gas unit and a sub-controller that can be connected through to an existing mine control system or to the optional MineARC Stench Gas Master Controller.
     
    This fully electrical system allows for safe, remote operation of the stench gas units via the sub-controller in the event of an emergency, removing the need for local activation. – More information

  • Manual Stench Gas System

    MineARC’s standard manual stench gas unit comprises a set of twin gas cylinders housed within a durable steel cabinet with reflective signage, designed specifically for harsh underground conditions.
     
    The stench gas cylinders are manually activated via gas release valves on the top of the exterior housing. Pressure gauges indicate successful release of the gas. – More information

  • Post Alarm Gas Units

    MineARC offers a selection of post-emergency units to compliment the stench gas system. The range consists of anti-stench, an effective stench gas neutralising agent, and wintergreen, an all-clear signal.
     
    Available in both manual and electric configurations, the units can plug directly into a MineARC Sub-Controller for remote activation and monitoring if required.
    – More information

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