Mine Radio Systems
Radio communication systems are a key part of mines health and safety 'toolbox'. Radio communication between workers underground is vital to ensure everyone is kept informed in a fast moving area
In addition to voice communication, modern digital radio systems also include features such as location monitoring, voice recording, telephone interconnect, and lon worker facility.
CommTrack engineers have worked all over the world in underground mines, from coal mines in China to copper mines in Portugal.
Many existing mine sites use leaky feeder cable to enable reliable communication underground, CommTrack are experts are designing, deploying and supporting leaky feeder systems.
CommTrack also deploy and support mining WiFi systems, these modern systems allow very high speed data & voice systems to be deploted underground.
Why do mine sites require radio communication systems:
Allow constant communication between users below ground
Productivity and logistics
Relaying of telemetry and data control, such as gas monitoring and fan control
Emergency communications for fire brigade & mine rescue co-ordination
Location monitoring of people
Allow telephone access to workers underground
Transportation of data from longwall and machinery underground
CommTrack work with many mine operators all over the world. We build, test, and integrate systems in the UK and have engineers deployed regularly underground supporting our radio systems
All our engineers are confined space trained and are experienced working in challenging areas.
Typical mining site radio system features include :
Gas Detection Monitoring
Motorola DP4400e Radio
Mine Radio Head End Unit
Radio System Amplifiers
Personnel & Asset Tracking