Gas Monitoring Systems for Underground Mining

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Gas Monitoring Systems for Underground Mining

Gas Monitoring Systems are a crucial tool in underground Mining. By measuring the level of gases, both in and outside the building, from various sources, it is possible to ensure the safety of miners by keeping them informed about the presence of dangerous gases. In addition, these systems can be used to monitor the ventilation system in the mine, making sure that there is no build-up of dangerous gases. 

There are many different types of gas monitoring systems available on the market, each designed to measure different gases. The most common type of system is the multi-gas monitor, which can measure methane (CH4), carbon dioxide (CO2), and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). These monitors are typically installed on-site by plant managers or contractors. 

Another type of gas monitoring system is the single-gas monitor. These monitors are designed to measure only one type of gas, such as methane (CH4) or carbon dioxide (CO2). Single-gas monitors are typically used in mines where there is only a risk of one type of gas buildup. 

Why Are Gas Monitoring Systems Important?

Methane is the primary component of natural gas and is often found in mines. Methane is highly combustible and can be explosive if it builds up in a confined space. Carbon dioxide is another gas that is often found in mines. Carbon dioxide is not combustible, but it can displace oxygen in the air, causing asphyxiation. 

Buildups of these gases can be extremely dangerous to miners. That is why it is important to have a gas monitoring system in place. By constantly measuring the levels of these gases, the system can provide early warning of a buildup and allow miners to take precautions to avoid danger. 

Why You Need Reliable Equipment When Underground Mining

No matter what type of gas monitor is used, it is important that it is regularly calibrated to ensure accuracy. Gas monitoring systems are an important part of keeping miners safe and ensuring that the ventilation system in a mine is working properly.

Our equipment is quality-checked and comes with a series of built-in testing components that can ensure the device is powered up and ready for use. We work in the mining industry worldwide and we have developed and produced gas monitoring systems that can work in the most hostile environments on earth. 

Why The Smartsense SSFM 100 Gas Monitor Is An Excellent Choice

An affordable and efficient technique for staff who work in a small space to measure chemicals in the air is the SmartSense® Fixed Monitor SSFM-100 gas monitoring system.

You can reduce the time to detect hazardous levels of chemical gas exposure by up to 90% with SmartSense®. The SSFM-100 includes Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) technology that sends information to your compatible device allowing you to view it from anywhere.

This system is excellent for monitoring the levels of methane (CH4), carbon dioxide (CO2), and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in the air underground. This is the one of the best gas monitoring systems for underground mining on the market!

If you would like to learn more about the SmartSense® Fixed Monitor SSFM-100 gas monitoring system, or any of our other products at Becker WholeSale Mine Supply, please contact us today. We would be happy to discuss your specific needs and provide you with a custom quote.

How Does Radio Communication In Tunnels Work?

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How Does Radio Communication In Tunnels Work?

Radio communications in tunnels work slightly differently than any other form of communication throughout work sites worldwide.  The main difference is that the radio waves have to travel through very dense materials, such as concrete and metal, in order to reach the other person. In order for the signal to be strong enough to make it through these materials, a different type of antenna is needed. The most common type of antenna used for radio communication in tunnels is a whip antenna. This type of antenna is able to send and receive radio signals through the dense materials and allow for clear communication between people. 

Another difference in radio communication in tunnels is the power output. The power output has to be much higher in order to make it through the materials. This means that the battery life will be shorter, but it is still possible to communicate through a radio in a tunnel. 

Why Do We Need To Maintain Communication In Tunnels

Tunnel radio communication is an important part of keeping people safe while they are working in these dangerous environments. It is essential that all workers have a clear and reliable way to communicate with each other in order to make sure that everyone is safe. 

Having a radio system in place can help to make sure that all workers are able to stay in contact with each other and that they can coordinate their efforts in case of an emergency. 

In addition to safety, radio communication in tunnels is also important for coordinating traffic. When there is a lot of traffic going through a tunnel, it is important to be able to coordinate the traffic so that everyone can get where they need to go without any accidents. 

Radio communication can also be used to provide information about the construction or other work that is going on in the tunnel. This can be important for people who are traveling through the tunnel so that they can avoid any areas that might be dangerous. 

How Does Radio Communications In a Underground Tunnel Work?

The way that radio communication in a tunnel works is by using a system of low-power transmitters that are positioned throughout the entire tunnel. Each transmitter has a specific range for which it will broadcast its signal. They will overlap one another so that people can be reached throughout the tunnel. 

Tunnel workers can talk to one another through walkie-talkies or cell phones. They usually have a base station on their person that can be used to keep in contact with the tunnel’s main system. 

The base station is typically a portable radio that has been specifically designed for use in tunnels. It is important to have a radio that is able to transmit its signal through the materials in the tunnels. 

Smartcom Leaky Feeder System

The SMARTCOM 100 LEAKY FEEDER SYSTEM is a system that uses low-power transmitters to communicate with people who are working in tunnels. It is specifically designed for use in these environments. 

The system comes with two wireless devices, one for the helmet and one for the wrist. These devices allow for clear communication between people who are working in the tunnel. 

In addition to the two wireless devices, the SMARTCOM 100 LEAKY FEEDER SYSTEM also comes with a handheld device. This device can be used to communicate with the surface by using a signal that is transferred through the transmitter. 

If you would like to learn more about our communication system contact us today at Becker Communications for more information!

Single Gas Monitor By Becker Varis

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Single Gas Monitor By Becker Varis

Looking for a reliable and durable gas monitor? Look no further than the Single Gas Monitor by Becker Varis. This top-of-the-line gas monitor is designed to withstand even the most challenging environments, making it ideal for use in industrial settings. With its field-proven performance, you can rest assured that the Single Gas Monitor will provide accurate and reliable readings. 

 

The Single Gas Monitor is available in two versions – with an on-board sensor to provide an all-in-one environmental monitoring solution, or as a display module to provide quick access to real-time data. Further system expansion is available through the optional external input/output ports for both versions of the terminal module. 

 

The Single Gas Monitor is also notable for its modular architecture; robust multi-gas monitoring systems can be customized by adding up to six SSSG-100 Sensor Modules that stack easily and neatly together. Hot-swap capability allows for quick and easy sensor replacement in the event of a failure. 

 

 The SSSG-100 Alarm Module allows for extra safety with its wide viewing angle Red-Amber-Green visual warning system, and a 100 dBa audible alarm. 

 

The device functions as a true black box for your monitoring system, storing critical information such as Calibration and Alarm History, and data logging for post-accident investigation. These tools are crucial for preventing accidents in the future, improving the safety of your mining site, and ensuring the best quality future for your mining operations. Having this extra data set is very useful for keeping your employees safe and for preventing accidents across all of your mining operations. 

 

Fully programmable set points allow you to tailor the SSSG-100’s alarms to your specific needs, while the large LCD display provides visual confirmation of gas concentrations in real time. 

 

Becker Varis’s smartsense® technology ensures that the Single Gas Monitor is always operating at peak performance, with self-diagnostics and status indications to provide peace of mind. 

 

We inspect all of these monitors prior to shipping so that we can ensure the best quality of results for our clients. We  know that you need accurate readings in order to make informed decisions about the safety of your mining operations, and we are dedicated to providing you with the best products on the market. 

 

We also guarantee our devices and provide customer service through our phone line. We want to ensure that you can get the very best in responses for your gas monitoring and support.  

 

You can trust that the Single Gas Monitor by Becker Varis is a top-of-the-line product that will serve you well in all of your industrial applications. We have purpose-built this monitor to serve the mining industry and in heavy equipment applications. It is one of the most durable and sophisticated on the market. 

 

If you are looking for a reliable and easy-to-use gas monitor, the Single Gas Monitor by Becker Varis is a perfect choice. Contact us today to learn more about the Single Gas Monitor by Becker Varis, or to purchase a unit, please visit our website today.