Tag Archives: MineSAFE Permanent Shelters
Mine safety is a global concern, with organisations continually investing time and resources to ensure the safety of their workforce. A critical step to achieve this is improving emergency response procedures through using better technology and increasing skilled workforce. – More information
MineARC is pleased to have collaborated with Mopani Copper Mines PLC as they implement corrective action to strengthen the integrity and importance of safety on site. Recognising the value of emergency response preparedness, Mopani recently acquired 12 MineARC Refuge Chambers to ensure personnel are adequately protected when working underground. – More information
The MineSAFE Essential Design (ED) provides the most cost effective alternative to MineARC’s flagship Standard Design refuge chamber. The ED chamber offers all of the critical features required to sustain life during an emergency whilst maintaining the quality of a MineARC engineered
The Essential Design is designed specifically to accommodate tight mining confines such as shaft mines, while still providing ample internal space for a range of occupancies – from 8 to 26 people. The chamber’s narrow design makes it easy to manoeuvre and position around site. – More information
The MineSAFE Narrow Design (ND) features a slimmer shell, designed specifically to accommodate tight hard rock mining confines such as shaft mines, while still providing ample internal space for a range of occupancies – from 8 to 26 people.
The chamber’s portable design makes it easy to manoeuvre and position around site. – More information
The MineARC Compressed Air Management System (CAMS) is an improved, dedicated air management unit designed specifically for MineSAFE Permanent Shelters.
Aside from providing clean breathable air through a superior four-phase filtration process, some of the major benefits of CAMS include; optimisation of mine air services, guarantee against over pressurisation of the refuge chamber, gas toxicity monitoring and flood protection. – More information